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About Dr0y

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  • Location
    Some place in Québec
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  • Interests
    Computer hardware ...
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  • CPU
    I7 4770
  • Motherboard
    Asus Z97-A USB 3.0
  • RAM
    16 Gb ddr3 1600mHz
  • GPU
    Sapphire Nitro+ Rx 590 SE
  • Case
    Antec 302
  • Storage
    TeamGoup L5 3D Lite 1TB sata ssd
  • PSU
    Corsait HX850 gold
  • Display(s)
    Dell S2419HGF, 120Hz, 1ms
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-U12S with 2 fans
  • Keyboard
    Redragon K552 white no led with outemu blue, YMDK double shot PBT retro keycaps with o-rings
  • Mouse
    Logitech G305
  • Sound
    Siba Sonic game dac
    Teac DC-D1500
    Mordaunt-Short MS 3.10

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  1. That is not true, cpu can still be the bottleneck cause the game is not using all the thread of the cpu but the threads it's using are pinned to the max ... you won't see 100% cpu usage in most games unless you have something like an old 4c4t cpu ... Also a lot of games still rely on one thread do to all the input/output communication and that's probably what is bottlenecking you. 10% is a huge amount coming from ram alone ... it sure doesn't help specially with ryzen IF clock being tied to ram clock ... I would not matter much on an intel cpu tho ... also if you are running si
  2. I guess it's a you have to try it to see if it works kind of thing ...
  3. ddu the drivers in safe mode. run some synthetic gpu benchmark (unigine heaven or superposition, firestrike and such) and compare to the online score from normal users, not top tier user with crazy oc anything weird like artifact and such ? how are your temps and clocks ? seems normal or they just fluctuating and goes everywhere ? how are the cables plugged in the gpu ? two single cables of one with piggyback ? bottlecneck calculator doesn't mean anything, don't use them would be my advice. same for user benchmark. I'm not saying that that cpu will or
  4. Watch that video It doesn't mean that it won't work, but you might have to tweak some settings.
  5. the cooler master mh751 are based from the takstar pro 82 headphone and should be quite good for music as well as gaming. The best thing to do would be to watch some reviews of those that look the most interesting to you among those you selected.
  6. Start by lubing the stabs and see if it improves the sound ... if not then maybe redo the stabs and do the clip mods ... if the space bar still sound like crap maybe put some dampener in the spacebar ... something like neoprene sheet. If you want to improve the sound of the keybaord some sound dampening inside the case will help ... also some thick doubleshot keycaps will change the sound ... After that, if everything fails to make it sound like you want ... maybe consider lubing the switches ... or get another keyboard.
  7. If you want some kind of dust resistance just look for kailh box switches ... the contact mechanism is enclosed in a box which makes them a bit more dust proof than normal switches.
  8. There's no best for gaming or best for typing ... it's always and only a matter of preference ... That being said you were probably thinking about a keyboard with switches that have low spring force, a high actuation point and a really short total travel which is usually marketed as "speed" switches that perform better in gaming. If it's something like that you want then look for something with mx speed switches or kailh speed. I've read several comments about the mx speed saying that the spring was so light that just resting your finger on the key often made the key to register,
  9. You can also buy the gmmk complete with switches and keycaps and when you're tired of the switches you have the option to change them for anything you want ... it's as nice as that.
  10. My dream if I ever get a ddr4 capable system.
  11. I've had a used blackwiddow 2013 and it was build like a tank ... it was too big for my desk and I sold it because of that ... also the switches were not the greatest, them being cherry mx brown. If you like the feeling of the green switches and the keyboard have other features you like then I would go for it.
  12. I have a g305 and I've never turned it off even if I don't use my pc for a week.
  13. You can have really good and expensive rubber dome keyboard that will do great for a lot of use ... and you can have crappy mechanical keyboard that will be a pain to use every day. It also depend of your need and use of the keyboard. Your budget will also be one of the determining factor. Also mechanical keyboard absolutely don't mean loud keyboard ... you can get mechanical keyboard that are as silent as a rubber dome keyboard.
  14. You should check out the gmmk or other barebones and get some gateron yellow with some lube and a nice set of keycaps. It's not because you have unlimited budget that it needs to be expensive ... Of course you can always go full custom board if you want to ...
  15. Well as of now the queue for the 3060 ti muct be quite long and I don't axpect to get one in the next 6 months, maybe even longer ... My best bet would probably wait for the 3060 12gb and enter the queue for that one on the release day and hope to have less than 3 months of wait ... I should probably enter queue for more than one model of card too.