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About Stahlmann

  • Title
    OLED is the best and if you say otherwise youre a bad person

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  • Interests
    Gaming, Tech, Drums, Home-Theater
  • Biography
    Really nothing special...
  • Occupation
    Selling stuff


  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 5600X
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG B550-E Gaming
  • RAM
    4x8GB G.Skill Trident Z RGB 3600MHz CL16
  • GPU
    PNY RTX 3080 XLR8
  • Case
    Lian-Li O11 Dynamic
  • Storage
    500GB Corsair MP600 (System) + 2TB Sabrent Rocket Q (Storage)
  • PSU
    Corsair RMx 850W
  • Display(s)
    LG 27GN950-B + LG C9 OLED 55"
  • Cooling
    CPU/GPU: Alphacool Aurora Blocks

    Pump/Res: EK O11 DDC side distro plate

    Rads: 2x HW Labs Nemesis GTS360

    Fans: 6x Noctua NF-A12x25
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G915 + Corsair K63 Wireless (incl. Lapboard)
  • Mouse
    Logitech G Pro wireless + Powerplay mouse pad
  • Sound
    DAC/AMP: FiiO K5 Pro

    Headphones: Beyerdynamic Amiron Home

    Micophone: Antlion ModMic
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
  • Phone
    Samsung Galaxy S9
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  1. I don't remember where i read it, but it seems like LG is planning on more OLED displays between 42" and 27". It remains to be seen how many (if any) of these will be gaming models.
  2. These high-end motherboards pretty much only make sense if you're into extreme overclocking. (for example liquid nitrogen cooled overclocking) Even cheaper boards like the B550A Pro can easily handle a overclocked 5800X. You won't get more overclocking headroom out of these high-end boards if you plan on air or water cooling. The only other reason the get the high-end boards is if you really need some of the features like 5GB ethernet, etc. That's a good combo. The X570 Tomahawk will handle a 5900X as far as it will overclock anyway. Just like the B550-A Pro.
  3. That doesn't really make sense. The motherboard is normally not a point of failure. But if you mean the maximum lifespan for your CPU, then you'll want to run it within intel's limits. In this case go for the cheapest motherboard that has all the features/IO you need. Pretty much any motherboard can easily handle a stock 11400f.
  4. I did watch the video. The main takeaway was that they're basically the same. The near-black uniformity is completely up to panel variance and my TV for example is better than any of vincent's TVs. The near-black handling is extremely obvious with his worst-case GoT scene, but i've never seen these artifacts on the C9 in any real world use. Even in GoT. Even if they are very similar, the point still stands that they struggle to really innovate anything after they released the C9.
  5. If you plan on running Intels spec, then any will do. If you plan on running outside of Intels power limit, then that's another story probably worth it's on thread tbh.
  6. Then i have no idea. Maybe check your manual.
  7. Basically what i already mentioned: This would explain why the buzzing was only there once.
  8. First off, this kind of overclocking won't gain you much in terms of FPS in games. This kind of overclocking is for scraching up every point in TimeSpy that you can get. If that's not your usecase, stay away from power limit modding. As soon as you go over the specs of your cables, connectors or your VRMs on the GPU, no one can guarantee it won't lead to issues. Only mod your power limits over-spec if your REALLY know what you're doing.
  9. Maybe you still have to initialize the 2nd ssd in windows. Search for "disk management" in windows search, then right click the black bar that says "unallocated" space and click initialize.
  10. I've started to read the first few pages and prepared a response just to realize whatever i'm quoting was posted years ago lol. Btw, if anyone thinks cheese generally bad, you should reconsider your life choices and then get back here to talk about your problems.
  11. Just stumbled across this topic. This is basically 920 pages of nonsense right? Just leaving this here:
  12. Is it still buzzing? It just might have been some internal speaker saying "no OS found" and then it realized it's on the other SSD.
  13. U might want to cancel this one. This monitor is 2 generations old at this point and the 27GP850 has just been released. It's pretty much slightly better in every way. Now don't get me wrong. The 27GL850 is a very good monitor, but if you can get the 27GP850 for the same or slightly more money, i'd strongly suggest picking this one up instead.
  14. I'd pull the battery, leave it out for a few seconds and put it back in. To clarify: Did you REPLACE your original SSD or did you ADD a 2nd one?