Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited


This user doesn't have any awards

About UnycornyRainbow

  • Title

Contact Methods

Profile Information

  • Location
  • Gender
    Not Telling
  • Interests
    Photography, Videography, Digital Art, Gaming
  • Occupation
    Student, soon to be IT specialist


  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2600x @4.1GHz
  • Motherboard
    Asus Prime B450-M
  • RAM
    2*8G Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR4 3466Mhz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte Vega56 GamingOC
  • Case
    BeQuiet! Pure Base 600
  • Storage
    256Gb SSD + 2TB HDD
  • PSU
    BeQuiet! PurePower11 700Watt
  • Display(s)
    HP Pvillion 32QHD
  • Cooling
    BeQuiet! SchadowRock slim
  • Keyboard
    RK61 (Blue Switches)
  • Mouse
    Logitech M510 / Huion HS64
  • Sound
    Phillips Stereo System MCM207
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 pro
  • Phone
    Galaxy S20
  • PCPartPicker URL

Recent Profile Visitors

147 profile views
  1. I wouldn't get this ASUS if you care about imagequality since it only has a 6bit TN panel. I personally would rather go for 1440p monitor because of the higher resolution (trust me, it makes a HUGE difference over 1080p) and the difference between 144Hz and 240Hz shouldn't be too big, especially since you used only 60Hz monitors so far. If you can finde a cheap one at black friday, you could also look into a 1440p 240Hz? Maybe you could look into the AOC Gaming CQ32G1 or the Dell S3220DGF, but you have to consider they are VA, so you'll get some smearing (but I doon't know how bad on them), th
  2. Heyy, first things first: I've got a Ryzen 5 2600X, an Asus Prime B450M-A Mainboard and 2*8G of Crucial Ballistix 2400Mhz RAM. My BIOS reports the ram correctly as 2400Mhz but in Windows it only shows up as 1500Mhz (Taskmanager and HWiNFO). Then I tried autooverclocking in the BIOS just to see what happens: The RAM gets reported as 3000Mhz in the BIOS but no change in Windows. Can I do something about it? With Ryzen MAster it becomes instable at atleast 1700Mhz...
  3. Thanks for reply^^, jusst wanted to make sure since I have a AMD GPU right now
  4. I think the before mentioned MateBook looks quite good, however I don't know how the colours are on this one: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08HR4H9FM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_rA1HFbPF3YTA4 Otherwise you should maybe look into an HP Envy, doesn't have an H processor, but still 4000 and it also has very good colours as far as I know: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0877LFKQZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_7C1HFbNV8CJXF Also I wouldn't recommend the Lenovo Yoga Laptops as they tend to have quite bad colours
  5. Heyy, I'm considering a RTX 3060 if it comes out eventually and I read that newer Nvidia cards (I think since 900 series?) should support 10 bit colour with Open GL programms. I have only a "fake" 10 bit monitor (8 bit + frc), so I wanted to ask if the Nvidia cards only support it with a native 10 pit panel or also a 8 bit + frc?
  6. I think it depends on what you want to do, I personally have a 32" QHD VA monitor from HP and I LOVE the bigger size and the higher res, also I don't think the smearing or the response times are too bad but I'm also only playing non competitive games. So if you do video/ photo editing or play games like Metro, Horizon, Far Cry... go for the Samsung. If you mostly play games like CS Go, you probably should go for the MSI. And btw, the higher contrast on the VA is awesome
  7. heyy, thanks for your response. My monitor automatically changes the resolution based on the input signal and there is no way of changing it manually. Also I am able to change the Dex resolution, but only from Full HD to normal HD and not to Quad HD
  8. I can connect my S20 with my monitor (HP Pavillion 32QHD) via a USB-C Cable (10 Gbit/s) and DEX instantly works. The resolution is set to 1080p even though my monitor is 1440p and my phone shows a 1440p option, which I`m not able to choose (btw, my monitor supports DP 1.2 via USB-C), so the monitor, the cable and my phone should support everything that`s needed for 1440p. Is that a restriction from Samsung to use their proprietary HDMI adapter or is there some software solution/setting I first need to activate? Hope someone can help me.
  9. Thanks, your monitor sounds also quite interesting but I'd like to have a bit bigger screen, I think 25 or better 27 inch. How do you get along with this high pixel density?(I'm only used to 93 ppi or less^^)
  10. So I'm looking for a new monitor for not really more than 300€ (so far I had some randome 1080p, 60hz, bad response time display from LG). I want WQHD and a very good colour accuracy. I want to do photo/video editing, drawing (with a graphics tablet) and a bit light gaming (refresh rate and response time are not that important). I'm working in srgb. By now I have fgured out the Benq 2500Q and the Ilyama Prolite XUB2792QSU would fit the best, but I just can't decide. I'm looking for some tips to help me decide. The BenQ: https://www.amazon.de/BenQ-PD2500Q-ultra-schlankes-Blendend