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RBPEDIIIAL

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About RBPEDIIIAL

  • Title
    Newbie

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    Male

System

  • CPU
    i7 - 4790K
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Maximus VII Hero
  • RAM
    24Gb DDR3
  • GPU
    ASUS STRIX 1070
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define S
  • PSU
    Evga 750W Gold
  • Cooling
    Hardline Watercooling
  • Mouse
    Logitiech G703
  • Sound
    AKG x Massdrop K7XX, KZ ZS10Pro, SMSL M3, Micca MB42X
  • Operating System
    Windwos 10, Manjaro
  • Laptop
    Lenovo T440P
  1. I would get the Patriot Viper Steel 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) at 3733Mhz or 4000Mhz max, and then use the $60 or so dollars you save to purchase a Noctua NH-D15 CHROMAX Black (or the non-CHROMAX Black version if you don't mind the brown/white color scheme). The NH-D15 will trade punches with most AIOs in terms of cooling performance and will be equally quiet or quieter while having the added benefit of being very low maintenance.
  2. I would go with the Cooler Master simply solely because it's fully modular. That's just my preference and in reality either one will sufficiently power your computer. However, for the same price (based on what I saw online) you might as well get the extra 100W and added perk of modularity that comes with the Cooler Master 650W.
  3. From Razer you could get the Razer Blade Stealth 13 or Razer Blade 15. Neither models offer a 1440p option, but the Stealth can be outfitted with a 4K Touchscreen, 10th Gen CPU, and 1650 Max-Q, which would likely be sufficient for indie games and photo editing. Note that the 4K display will result in worse battery life than an equivalent specced laptop with a FHD screen. If you get the Blade 15 you could get the 2060, FHD 144Hz display, and 9th Gen CPU. The Blade 15 would undoubtedly blow through anything that your workflow would throw at it and have room for more demanding tasks in the future
  4. It is the Netdata Web Dashboard. https://docs.netdata.cloud/web/gui/
  5. There doesn't seem to be very many headphones that support aptX LL, nor does it seem like many major brands carry such headphones. Included below is a link to the aptX website showing all the aptX LL headphones officially certified by Qualcomm. https://www.aptx.com/product-listing?product_category=7&aptx_type=3 Alternatively, you could purchase some sort of adapter to enable wireless/bluetooth connectivity on a pair of wired headphones that you already like. One such option would be purchasing the Audio Technica ATH-M50X and the FiiO BTA10 adapter. For a headphone a
  6. There are really only two (commonly recommended) brands when it comes to ANC: Bose and Sony. Sony's Options: - WH-1000XM3 (Over-ear headphones) - WF-1000XM3 (Earbuds) Bose's Options: - QC35 II (Over-ear headphones) - Bose 700 (newer version of the QC35s) Beyond deciding between earbuds and headphones, it really comes down to which pair has the features you want. Most reviews seem to find only minor differences between the various pairs, so final decision really comes down to the person. Note that almost all of these headphones
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