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  1. I use a Soundblaster Z card and I haven't had any driver issues (Windows 10). The best part is that there's software called SBZ Switcher that allows you to set the switching from headphones to speakers with a hotkey. I don't really use it anymore since I switched to wireless headphones, but it worked well when I did use it.
  2. I'm not sure about beer resistant, but this one is spill resistant: https://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=834-W0-12US-KR
  3. In theory, yes. It really depends on the controller. For example, I have Thermaltake fans connected to a TT Sync controller. That controller is sold specifically to do that. https://www.thermaltakeusa.com/tt-sync-controller-tt-premium-edition.html The fans have to be able to be supported by the controller. Many companies will make their own proprietary connections for their fans. Both Corsair and NZXT make proprietary fan connections, both of which are 4 pins where the 4th pin is a data return to chain fans together. However, I don't believe that their fans are cross-compatible, as
  4. The Huntsman V2 Analog seems to have problems with the analog keys. https://insider.razer.com/index.php?threads/huntsman-v2-analog-ascend-to-analog.69792/page-6 I don't know how widespread it is, but it's something to be aware of.
  5. Can you elaborate on what you mean by "paddles?" When I hear paddles, I think of the buttons that are on the back of the Xbox Elite controller that are sort of shaped like paddles, I don't think of the PlayStation controllers as having them. To me, those are more like triggers. Are you referring to their shape or how they work, analog vs digital? I know the Wii U Pro controller has those as digital, but they still have that shape. The Swtich Pro controller has them as digital, and the lower buttons look similar to the upper ones.
  6. World of Warcraft. That's the only game I've played that demanded my soul.
  7. I've never looked into non-diy solutions. However, here's a guide on for the Adafruit RGB matrix. It'll tell you everything you need to get setup with one. https://learn.adafruit.com/32x16-32x32-rgb-led-matrix I run a 32x32 matrix that's attached to the front of my case to show the temperature. But, I use a Teensy 3.6 https://www.pjrc.com/store/teensy36_pins.html along with the SmartMatrix https://www.adafruit.com/product/1902 instead of an Arduino since they aren't that fast. The tutorial goes over that. But luckily the Teensy also works on the Arduino IDE so the coding is the sam
  8. It's still Mystic Light, but it is integrated into the dragon center software. It depends. There's just so many different ways they make leds strips nowadays. SMD 5050 refers to the size/style of leds on the strip. Then, there are both analog and digital styles. You can have 12v analog strips that have 4 pins(12V,G,R,B). You can have both 3 and 4 pin digital strips. There's different type of communication standards for digital. A common one is WS2812 or WS2812B, which is usually what mobos support. These are 3 pins (5V,Signal,GND) and even ones that are 4 pins (5V,Signal,GND,Si
  9. I'm not sure what you mean. Time dilation refers to you observing how time flows in a different inertial reference frame that's moving relative to your inertial reference frame. You can be in a ship travelling at .99c relative to Earth and claim that you aren't moving at all, but Earth is moving past you at .99c. You see your watch tick off at normal intervals, but when you look at a watch on Earth, it will be slowed. You can also be standing on Earth and see a watch on that ship tick off slower while your watch ticks off normally.
  10. It doesn't mean no time dilation. It means that for an observer in a moving reference frame R', when looking at a clock in a fixed reference frame R will see 1 second tick off (or even 1 hour, it doesn't matter with this result) in the time it takes for 0 seconds to tick off in the observer's reference frame. All time will pass in R before the observer can see it. No time dilation means that t' = t (here we have 0 = t), when both reference frames are moving at the same speed. Time dilation was derived from special relativity, where the universal speed limit is c (unless you somehow
  11. 32gb. I don't really need it, the only time I go above 50% usage is when I run Star Citizen which is almost never, but when the ram dropped in price last year after that price hike nonsense, I wound up buying another 16 on the guess that I will probably want it before I upgrade to DDR5 and it was priced below what I bought my first 16 at before the price fixing increase.
  12. Looking at the equation for time dilation given here http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/Relativ/tdil.html The Lorentz factor would be sqrt(-infinity), which means you're dividing time by imaginary infinity. WolframAlpha tells me that's 0 for anything where time is finite.
  13. Razer Naga Pro. I use the 12 button side for MMOs and the 6 button for everything else.
  14. A larger res wouldn't mean the chiller would be on less (consume less electricity). It means you have to keep in on longer at the start to cool all the liquid down whenever you start the system up. It's possible the chiller will be turning on/off less frequently during operation, but the time that it is on will be longer since a larger res will need more time to chill. If the chiller is on all the time with a smaller res, then it will also be on all the time with a larger res once the water heats up to the point when it needs to be chilled again since the chiller can't chill the water fast eno
  15. Not really. My electric kettle has many temperature settings so that way I can get the temp just right for making my teas. Boiling water will overbrew green/white teas, making them bitter. If the water is too cool, then it won't brew fast enough and will also taste bad. It's much easier/convient to use this kettle than to try to get the right temp with the stove and a thermometer. It heats the water up really fast, something like 6 mins to boil with it full (1L). It has a keep temp setting so it'll keep the water at the same temp for like 30 mins. It's also insulated so even after a few hours