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#2 Looking for headphones around $200 in Hardware

For informing any future suggestions: Why did you choose to sell your HE-400s?

posted about 5 years ago
#9 i7 4790(non k) temperature spiking/fluctuation in Q/A Help
CheeseMan_ScrewballIntel's stock coolers are garbage. Check the plastic clips again. If you added thermal paste did you remember to remove the thermal paste that was already on the cooler? If all else fails get some cheap aftermarket cooler with heatpipes.
I did NOT remove the thermal paste that was already there. Should I clean both the cpu and heat sink with rubbing alcohol?

Yes, strip everything off down to the bare metal on the cooler and try again.

posted about 5 years ago
#117 peanut butter preferences in Off Topic
being peruvian i haven't tried peanut butter bros, can someone recommend me where to start?

Get the stuff that's pure peanuts and salt, you don't need the extra sugar and garbage they add to cheap brands.

posted about 5 years ago
#11 QoS Setup in Hardware
crazybeaniegroovenAnyone help me?

Is it UDP for sure? or TCP, or both?

for me it tells me to set a starting port, and a ending port.

UDP for sure. Videogames do not use TCP for game traffic, due to latency concerns.

posted about 5 years ago
#8 need good prog metal in Music, Movies, TV

Prog Metal:
Ayreon - Theory of Everything
Haken - Visions/The Mountain
Leprous - Bilateral/Coal
The Ocean - Pelagial

Prog Rock:
Anathema - Weather Systems
Riverside - Shrine Of The New Generation Slaves/Anno Domini High Definition

posted about 5 years ago
#4 earbuds for small ears ? in Hardware
Geknaiircouldnt you just get longer/thicker tips

Yeah, you can get foam tips which mold to fit your ear better than the silicone ones. They tend to have better noise isolation too.

posted about 5 years ago
#14 A few questions by a 500hr TF2 player in Q/A Help
PellovleyQueyhPellovleyarent the hitboxes on walkway really fucked up?Source for this? Asking out of curiosity.
i dont have the source, ive just heard a lot of rumors about the hitboxes being weird

I've heard this too; I think the bots are in the wrong animation or something so their head hitboxes are in the wrong place, which is why you usually want to use other maps like tr_aim for headshot training.

posted about 5 years ago
#39 Suggestions for high end headphones/sound cards? in Hardware
ShiftaOn another note I would also recommend the hifimans over sennheiser, but they are a lot less comfortable.

No lie, they are the heaviest headphones I've ever worn, but I find them extremely comfortable, since they balance the weight pretty evenly across the top of your head and around your ears. I wear the HE-500s up to 8 hours a day and don't experience any neck or head fatigue. After getting used to the weight, I don't even notice I'm wearing them anymore. I will note that some people do indeed find them uncomfortable, so your mileage may vary.

posted about 5 years ago
#36 Suggestions for high end headphones/sound cards? in Hardware

Astonishingly, you can now get Hifiman HE-500s for around the price of Sennheiser HD650s. In all honesty, I'd take them over the Sennheisers any day. They objectively beat the Sennheisers in most measurement tests, but of course the sound profile you look for in a pair of headphones is simply a matter of preference.

posted about 5 years ago
#10 Amazon Prime Day - July 15th in Hardware
bl4nkI have to say the best part about living in seattle is amazon prime and having a lot of things with same day shipping.

Have you ever actually used same-day shipping though? Unless it's like an HDMI cable or 3.5mm adapter I need *right now*, I figure I can wait 2 days for prime.

posted about 5 years ago
#16 Suggestions for high end headphones/sound cards? in Hardware

I'm gonna go against the grain here and put in a recommendation for the least expensive integrated USB DAC/headphone amp I would spend good money on: The Schiit Fulla at $79. Yes, most integrated audio chips are decent, but usually they are chock full of noise because manufacturers run analog audio traces halfway across the board and they pick up EMF noise from your GPU (among other things). I have a $200 stack of Schiit myself, but only because I use it to run planar magnetic headphones, which in general require more power than your average mid-range Sennheiser dynamic headphones. I think a good rule of thumb for dac/amp purchases is to never spend more than 50% as much as your headphones cost.

posted about 5 years ago
#35 Tip of the Hats 2015 Announced in News

My wallet is ready

posted about 5 years ago
#3 Anime to watch over the summer in Music, Movies, TV

Gravity Falls

posted about 5 years ago
#3 Internet speed slowing down? in Off Topic


posted about 5 years ago
#6 Best video editing software in Hardware
bearodactylIt is annoying how you can't really ever have real time playback in after effects but you have a lot more power and flexibility. Premiere has pretty smooth playback because of the cuda gpu acceleration, even with multiple layers of color grading and effects it's usually fine.

Having just edited a 1440p video on Vegas 10 with a 6 year old CPU, I would agree with your premise that the live preview is glacially slow. However, their marketing site for the latest version (13) claims that they recently added GPU acceleration, so that issue may in fact be solved in the most recent versions.

posted about 5 years ago
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