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VesperMoirai

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About VesperMoirai

  • Title
    Newbie
  • Birthday Sep 29, 1992

Contact Methods

  • Steam
    https://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561197995353037/

Profile Information

  • Location
    Pennsylvania, USA Pittsburgh Area
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Gaming, Video Editing, Lite Streaming, Art. Graphic Design.
  • Biography
    Graduated from WCCC in 2015 for Graphics Communications
  • Occupation
    Assistant Manager at a Convenient Store... :C

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 5800X
  • Motherboard
    ASUS ROG-STRIX X570-F
  • RAM
    32GB G.Skill Royal Silver 3200Mhz
  • GPU
    EVGA RTX 2080XC
  • Case
    Phanteks P500A High Airflow
  • Storage
    (1x 500GB PCI 3.0 M.2 Drive by WD) (2x 7200 RPM HDDs with 1TB Capacity Samsung & WD)
  • PSU
    RoseWill Quark 1000w Platinum
  • Display(s)
    LG Ultrawide 2560x1080 IPS 8 Bit @ 60Hz ASUS TUF VG27W IPS 10Bit 2550x1440 @ 165Hz
  • Cooling
    Fractal Celsius S36
  • Keyboard
    Razer Deathstalker Ultimate
  • Mouse
    Razer Naga Trinity
  • Sound
    Razer Nari Ultimate
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home 64Bit
  • Laptop
    iBuyPower Laptop I saved from Water Damage: Intel i7 4000 Series CPU, Nvidia GTX 880M 8GB (ASUS Variety), 17" 1920x1080 Monitor and a 120GB SATA SSD + 256 GB 7200RPM HDD. Wife Primarily uses it for our room TV. May the 880M rest in peace. :C
  • Phone
    Samsung S21 Ultra 5G
  1. I found a hybrid kit for 3080XC3 and others on EVGAs website but not sure if it will work on the 2080 XC
  2. It's fairly new. I was just trying to squeeze a little more out of it since I upgraded my monitor and would give me some more peace of mind if playing with OCing that it be on water. That and winter is coming up I need a effective space heater. That and having it as a center peace in my house it is always nice that it looks cool. lmao Get so many comments from people that don't understand water in a computer. I would really like to do a custom loop it's just not in the cards ATM.
  3. I was playing with EVGA EX1 and saw that at a extremely aggressive fan curve I was able to get marginally better headroom twithought having the fans to 100%. With that I feel like on water I can squeeze a fair amount more out of it while also keeping it cooler... I have a EVGA RTX 2080 XC....Does anyone know if EVGA has a AIO cooler specifically for that card? Comes with back plates or proper stuff for VRMs and such. Or do I have to go the route of getting a CPU cooler and rigging it to the card with ALIEXPRESS mini heatsinks for the other components. I would rather a one and done solution. Si
  4. Need help deciding weather or not to outright replace my laptop or get a new MXM card. I believe the 880m in this one bit the dust unexpectedly. I was watching YouTube before bed, while in bed. Since my wife imperialized the laptop and since I've had it. It's been sitting plugged into our TV. It has been cleaned and such since but It basically become permanently attached to it once she realized how much stronger it was to her Surface 3 lol. The TV output sound that was just a stutter of the same sound and the TV went black and signal was lost. Restarted the Laptop from it's main
  5. I just went with the Elgato4K60 MK2. It won't reduce load but at least she can stream the Switch and PS4.
  6. Not sure if this is the right thread seires ... However,, I was wondering if there is any capture Cards that do the encoding on their own. I was told AverMedia ones will but Elgato will not. Built my wife a streaming machine and she lost interest in it. Recently picked it back up. For her birthday I want to get her a loupdeck and a capture card. Was wondering which Cards would reduce load on her CPU and GPU as well as let her stream non PC. Like a switch or something. Maybe she'll finally touch the switch I bought her for more than just Animal Crossing lol. PCIE not USB. Her desk is gonna be c
  7. Thanks for all your help! I'm gonna with the 34GP83A-B and get it calibrated seems like one of the better buys in that price range. Edit: Added thanks
  8. Hmm I see. Well back to the drawing board. I'll continue looking. While I'm at work tomorrow. I usually get 8 hours of work done in 3 so... I'll have time. I'm liking the way the 10bit panels looked when I went to Best Buy just to look. Unfortunately they were all slow 60hz 5ms monitors...
  9. @SolarNova Also, what do you use to find out? I'm quite curious how well they calibrated the one I am using now.
  10. Yea. Google results didn't show anything for that one lol. Must be super out of stock. I found it on a Chinese storefront but was almost 1.2K.
  11. Unfortunately it was a Community college so I guess you get what you pay for. It was basically buy a Mac and you get what you need. The computers in the Lab didn't even have Photoshop on them if windows was installed. Lmao. I did forget to mention that if it's not ultra-wide I tend to get headaches easier. Ever since I switched those many years ago I haven't had an issues like that. I think it's because my right eye does not always work well with my left... But, doctor says my vision is mostly fine and it will only mess with me if I'm dead focused on something. Maybe the wider view helps
  12. I'm not quite sure... we used Macs in college so it was just what it was. They never quite told us what is good and what isn't. Just that Adobe RGB, and sRGB are different... I know when I originally purchased the monitor I have now LG did do calibration on it. At the time I thought they were the best right up there with Samsung. I have Read that iMacs come with a 93-95% color space of sRGB. As price gouged as Apple stuff is they do happen to know color so I was going by that. Max Brightness is usually 400-500nits. Not sure how true that is though for either.
  13. Any recommendations for a Ultrawide? Since it looks like I have a little more wiggle room with budget.
  14. I'm looking for a monitor that is good for color accuracy and gaming. I've been researching for weeks and am trying to make a good purchase decision since my upgrades are VERY spread apart. Key things I wish for: Panel Type: IPS Size in Inches: 27" or Bigger Resolution: 2560x1440 or 3440x1440 Response Time: 1-2ms GTG Adaptive Sync Tech: Free-Sync/G-Sync Speed: 144+ Hz HDR: 600/1000 (If possible) The PC I have to drive the monitor specs: EVGA XC RTX 2080 Non TI/Super AMD R7 5800X 32GB of 3200MHz G.Skill Royal M.2 Dr
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