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About circeseye

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  • Birthday Oct 02, 1968

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  • CPU
    amd 3600
  • Motherboard
    asus tuf x570 gaming
  • RAM
    gskill ripjaws 3600
  • GPU
    Sapphire NITRO+ RX 590
  • Case
    coolermaster hab x
  • Storage
    1 Corsair Force Series Gen.4 PCIe MP600 500GB m.2, 256gig samsung evo ssd, 1tb hd, 4tb hd, 2x 2tb hd
  • PSU
    EVGA 750 GQ, 80+ Gold 750W
  • Display(s)
    65" samsung 4k 7100 series
  • Cooling
    air wraith max
  • Keyboard
    logitech g910
  • Mouse
    logitech g602
  • Sound
    pioneer vsx-532
  • Operating System
    win 10 pro

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  1. if its a u.s.a tv you just need a 220/240 to 110 adapter/converter. https://www.amazon.com/s?k=220%2F240+to+110+adapter&ref=nb_sb_noss
  2. check the cable for possible damage. doesnt matter if its a 80 dollar cable or not. if everything was working fine and out of the blue it doesnt work as it was. its either cable related or your tv updated and you have to redo settings. 2 most likely culprits
  3. the amd wraith stealth heat sink sucks. wraith max and wraith prism coolers are way better. or a better cooler period
  4. yes....its the number you need to pay attention if the m.2 slot supports....that a 2280 so your good NVMe is an open standard developed to allow modern SSDs to operate at the read/write speeds their flash memory is capable of. ... It is also unrelated to the form factor, which is why NVMe drives can come in both M. 2 or PCIe card form factors
  5. i got it working. once watercooling got installed with pbo cranked it screams now. highest temp it hit was 73c and watched it hit 5.2 a few times while running cinebench single core. held at 4.7 in multi. so im happy now lol
  6. sigh...hdmi 2.1 is new...hell theres hardly any certified for short distances. later in the year im guessing more will show up but for 6' and under...anything over 6' will take longer and im guessing pricey it sucks for some of us that need that distance...but even optical hdmi 2.0 are pricey unless you go generic
  7. i got that receiver...as long as audio is set for arc in the tv it "should" work the receiver going to "tv" is normal. top right button on remote is audio select. need to make sure to the right of the display of tv it has a "H" showing.. oh also in receivers settings make sure arc is on now another issue your going to run into with arc if it works...audio from the tv apps will be surround...but not devices plugged into tv those will be stereo welcome to the crap fest that is arc if you use a optical cable the right of the tv symbol should a "A"
  8. oleds do support it...but your getting crappy color gamut at 420 not to mention 8bit. 4k 60hz 444 10bit is what you should run till you get your new gpu. better picture
  9. oohhh so its not a powered sub? then no... sub settings in that receiver will not work. actually sub wont work because you will have to pull from the fronts so sub will get full sound and sound like crap you need a amp just for the sub to use the receivers sub feature what you need is something like this (this is a example) https://www.amazon.com/Acoustic-Audio-WS1005-Subwoofer-Amplifier/dp/B00VF5TY7E/ref=sr_1_10?dchild=1&keywords=external+sub+amp&qid=1610609844&sr=8-10 im guessing that sub came from a all in one system where the receiver itself
  10. can you post a pic of the back of sub to see the connections? the receiver is a low power connection (rca) for the sub output if your sub doesnt have a low power rca input then it wont work.
  11. if your sub still doesnt work the speaker setting need to be set to small.
  12. thats more then i paid for my sapphire 590 nitro years ago. not a deal
  13. now a days they are pretty good. the higher end they are the better. the tu7000 and tu8000 are more mid/low end but are decent in game mode
  14. because the LG UJ6300 is a lower end tv. samsung does the same thing...you wont see 1440 support till the mid/higher end tvs a lot of times. there are a brand or 2 that might have it on a lower end tv.