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Badger906

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About Badger906

  • Title
    Veteran
  • Birthday Jan 01, 1989

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  • Location
    United Kingdom
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Building land rover defenders! The fountain of all their knowledge.
  • Occupation
    Retail Managment

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 3900x
  • Motherboard
    ASUS X570i
  • RAM
    16gb Corsair RGB PRO
  • GPU
    FOUNDERS EDITION 2080TI
  • Case
    NZXT H1
  • Storage
    2x Crucial 1tb Nvme SSD
  • PSU
    NZXT 650w
  • Display(s)
    Asus ROG XG32VQ
  • Cooling
    NZXT H1
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G915TKL
  • Mouse
    Logitech G pro
  • Sound
    SteelSeries arctis Pro wireless
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    MacBook Pro M1

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  1. Well by remote I meant further down the gun. It's a bullpop! Not as in remote firing
  2. Afraid not. My electronics knowledge goes as far as 1980s and earlier cars..! So simple and basic!
  3. Pretend I'm an idiot lol and explain of possible what is need. I know what Arduino boards are. But I also know there's a million and one modules and thingies that connect to them. I know pcs and car mechanics. Not this electronic gibberish
  4. Ok terrible title, hard to shorten lol. I need a circuit for an Airsoft gun that nobody makes! Basically the way an Airsoft gun fires by semi auto is that when you pull the trigger the contacts close and send power. The gearbox does 1 rotation and a cam on one of the gears hits a lever that disconnects the contacts. When you release the trigger it drops back to its original position and then you can pull it again. Now I want a remote trigger. That obviously cannot interact with the cut off lever as its not in the same location. So I plan to use 2 micro switches. 1 at the
  5. Buy some feeler guages and set your bed level to 0.1mm. Set your first layer to 150% width to get the good squish. Apply pritt stick or similar paper glue to the bed. Can be removed with methylated sprites
  6. computers through use eventually wear out. components break. however that isn't measurable in any sense. heat kills.. but how much and how much it effects longevity.. again its an unknown. but unless your got 500 graphics cards and a few hundred cores you'll not make anything.
  7. yeah it'd called overclocking. but its not always guaranteed. not all motherboards allow it, and your ram might not take the increase in voltage.
  8. id go with 16gb. any ddr4 will do as long as its dual channel. (2 identical sticks)
  9. https://www.amazon.com/Equipped-Socket-Motherboard-PRIME-MicroATX/dp/B07Q29M7Z8/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=asus+lga1151&qid=1609013979&sr=8-3 or similar. you want an lga 1151 motherboard. doesn't have to have bells and whistles.
  10. TAA, FXAA and 8x MFAA.. yeah there's your problem. you'll double you fps just by turning MFAA off. if you don't understand game stetting, then let Nvidia experience do it for you and take the headache out of the issue.
  11. im an Asus fanboy so id recommend them. a prime b360 is 70 bucks. just make sure the listing says its 9th gen ready as some will need a bios update
  12. you got a 9900k and a 2080 and paired it with a 1080p 75hz display lol.. ok that isn't the point here but hey.. when you run the game what monitoring software have you got open? what is cpu usage, gpu usage? power draw? temperatures? and "ultra"? you could have 16xmfaa running so you're basically running the game at 16k and downsampling.
  13. I mean the absolute fastest is a little pointless. a gen 4 nvme drive will only have noticeable performance advances over a a gen 3 or even sata in only a few use cases. gaming is not one of them. day to day file transfers too don't really benefit either. personally id go for a sata based 2tb one..basically cost the same, and not going to be a bottleneck. laptops you're held back by power management as it is.
  14. going to need more information than just the graphics card. you could have a 3090 but pair it with a core 2 duo e6400 and you'll get 3fps
  15. if you want a 1tb ssd then you'll severely impact you budget. prices will vary from when you look, but an i5 9400 and a Nvidia 1650 should be in budget. motherboard and ram choices are quite large.
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