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    I believe in speed and power!

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  1. Have you already tried right clicking on the desktop, clicking display settings, and then clicking detect? Sometimes monitors will not be detected automatically.
  2. FCF - Fused Chicken Fabrication? So if we apply the RepRap principles are we making more 3D chicken printers using 3D printed chicken parts? I realize it's imitation meat but extruding a meat-like substance just sounds a bit off to me, unless you're making sausage.
  3. Looks good, I'd recommend either buying it in store if you can or on Amazon. Most other places have very strict return policies on monitors and won't let you return them unless their requirements are met.
  4. Have you tried looking some up? The q6600 is 13 years old at this point. I'm honestly amazed you're still running one. I had one back in high school and loved it but I sold that thing off a long time ago.
  5. Functionally it will still work. HDMI 2.0b has more than enough bandwidth to carry a 1080p 144hz signal. Just be aware that you'll only be able to enable G-Sync on 2 of the 3 FreeSync monitors. What does this mean exactly? One of your monitors will not be adaptively syncing it's refresh rate with your cards current frame rate which could result in visual tearing. You could always forgo the triple display config in favor of a nice ultrawide monitor instead.
  6. What GPU do you have? If you're using a Nvidia card and you're looking at monitors with FreeSync (they're much cheaper) you will need to use DisplayPort to get to 144hz with Adaptive Sync enabled. If you're using a AMD GPU HDMI 2.0b and DisplayPort will work with 144hz monitors with FreeSync enabled. You can refer to this article for more info.
  7. Are you looking for something for gaming, 3D modeling, editing, are heavier work loads a priority? Are you going to travel with it, is weight a concern? We need more to go on to offer you an appropriate recommendation.
  8. The exposed power supply in the back of that TV is making me nervous, nice PC otherwise.
  9. You might want to provide some pictures of what you've rigged up and the model of both the camera and the capture device. What software are you using to capture the video/audio?
  10. The cards perform similarly but Nvidia's drivers are generally more stable and less temperamental. AMD was having issues with driver instability recently, but from what I've gathered they got that sorted out. Anytime you update display drivers on either you're going to want to use DDU. The cards are close but I went with the 2070S.
  11. Tennant was definitely the best Doctor, but I don’t see a resemblance with Linus. Hey, it took him 33 years but it’s a start. Every beard has to start somewhere. I’ve kept a beard for the last decade and I could probably count on one hand the number of times I’ve shaved it completely. I always hate the 2-3 weeks it takes to grow back in properly. If Linus gives it a little more time it could actually look pretty solid.
  12. As @tikker said a sponsorship is only really applicable when both parties benefit in some way. It’s not a one way street. It’s also somewhat difficult to get 3D printers right now due to supply/demand. The quickest way to get one is to buy it unfortunately. If you have a Micro Center near by they stock them regularly. Good luck OP!
  13. The fact that he cleaned up his neck tells me he's thinking about keeping the beard awhile. Personally, I'm cool with Linus looking a little less like a cute lesbian moving forward.
  14. Linus, you were so preoccupied with whether you could, you didn't stop to think if you should. Perhaps a 55 inch 4K or even an 8k display would have gotten the job done. Both at a lower cost, no split in the middle, and you can always set custom snapping zones for Windows with Fancy Zones.
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