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  1. Hey guys, Seems I'm not lucky. My motherboard is just 1 year old and the fan started to make some loud bearing noise (when the computer start, because then the fan remains off most of the time). Now, I'd really like to avoid sending my motherboard for repair/replacement... I don't mind installing a replacement solution if that's not too hard / pricey. Any advice ? related resources ? Thanks!
  2. That's exactly what I'm afraid of. I'll use it as display for my work during the day. We can expect 8h+ of Operating System/Window per day.. That's the point, I don't care much about the look (even If I think the Alienware is ugly). Performance/usability are my main criteria
  3. Correct me If I'm wrong, but I think the Alienware AW3821DW is using the same panel. Do you know which one is best ? LG 38GL950G-B vs AW3821DW
  4. Which one to pick ? - LG CX 48 - Alienware AW3821DW - Asus ROG SWIFT PG43UQ - or Keep my Dell U3818DW... and wait for HDMI 2.1 gaming monitors next year ? A little bit of context: - I work from home as a programmer on the day (on Mac), game at night (Ryzen 3800X, RTX 3080). - I would love to have GSYNC + HDR. However I know that going 4K will kill the framerate, especially if using RT. And I plan to play Cyberpunk 2077 eventually. - I don't like 32:9 49 inches, way to wide for me - I really enjoy the size of my 38 but it really sucks for g
  5. I guess you are right. I dreamt of a sleek setup. but will not happen I'm affraid Simplicity is key. Back to basic but working stuff
  6. Hello guys, I try to have an efficiant setup at home for work and gaming. I plan to buy a LG CX 48" which is a great tv as PC display (4K 120Hz GSYNC!). So I'm thinking about a good way to be able to switch computer while using the same display, mouse, keyboard. - My desktop PC motherboard is a X570 Aorus master, so it has a USB-C that seem to be TB compatible. I might need a PCIe TB card. - Macbook Pro 16 I was thinking about thunderbolt KVM, do you think this is a good option ? Thank you!
  7. I would recommend python because if you are new to programming, it's great to learn general computer science with very nice learning curve. I found C# too coupled to .net which is very microsoftish/windows. Python also is supported by a lot of open source communities. Workin professionals also thrive for python. See https://insights.stackoverflow.com/survey/2019 Also, once you get to know python, it's a great tool to support a lot of other work you do. Analyzing data sets, advanced plots, eventually machine learning and generation algorithms. It's very popular
  8. Actually, did you consider trying to find a used 6800k ? I think it would be pretty cheap, and you will get very good performances compared to new models. You can find a vid from Gamers Nexus from the last 10 days where Steve talks about new vs older cpus. 6800k remains a very good performer.
  9. Yes, thank you. I forgot to mention. BTW the bios from factory was very broken and barely usable ?
  10. Hello! I recently bought a new system: - Ryzen 3800X (cooled with Noctua NH-D15) - 4x8GB DDR4 3600 16-16-16-36 TridentZ RGB - Asus X570 Aorus Master - Samsung 970 Evo Plus 1TB - GTX 1080 Gigabyte G1 (from my previous system, already a little bit OCed) - Fractal Design R6 Everything seems to work properly. But I'm wondering if there is anything specific to do to make sure It run its full potential without doing crazy stuff (I don't want to do manual overclocking yet). So far I did: - Load XMP profile from RAM in bios - Changed CPU fa
  11. Don't you think it's just a matter of time ? Sometime new technologies don't achieve what previous tech can do, however that can change once it matures.
  12. I would personally wait and buy both CPU and GPU in the same time. Also, based on the video of the day of LTT, a 1660 SUPER might be a better option than the 1660 Ti. Good luck in your hard decision!
  13. I would say upgrading your CPU and RAM might be the best option depending on your usage. B350 is still supported by RYZEN 3000.
  14. @Plouffe What other model would you consider for me ? I tried to have as much features as needed because sometime my needs changes and I might recycle that machine. But I totally agree that this is overkill for my daily usage.