Well it's been a long time since I am looking into getting a monitor that suits more than one purpose but I have finally given up. I wanted a nice 32" 4K with Adobe RGB, great uniformity and maybe at least 75Hz that also don't suck for games (casual) and could also maybe support HDR.
(FYI - This is also posted on another forum)
I think I messed up the grounding of my front panel ports (all of them).
My case is a Coolermaster Cosmos II and I decided to swap the USB 2.0 ports of its front panel with USB 3.0 (extra) ports and a USB type C port since my motherboard...
I am in the process of putting together a new main PC and consequently I am trying to re-arrange everything including storage for my new set-up.
Currently my main PC has the following drives:
5X 1TB WD Green (old)
2X 1TB Samsung F1 (old)
1X 1.5TB WD Green
1X 2TB WD Green
2X 4TB WD RED (not...
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I am finalizing the parts list for my new rig and the last part is my custom waterloop.
Initially, I will only cool the CPU but I want very low noise and room to grow so I went with a big external radiator. Another reason for going external is because I...
Well I am torn between the three chips for my upcoming build so any input from people using them would be appreciated.
So here is the scoop;
Let's assume that price is not a factor between the three which one would you choose based on the following:
Motherboard will be: Asus Rampage VI...
I am trying to put together a new system described in my other thread here
and was wondering if I could use an older PSU I have until I get a Corsair AX1500i.
It is a Thermaltake Toughpower 1200W Cable...
Well after many years out of the loop the time has come to build my self a new system since my old one (Q9550 CPU) ain't cutting it anymore.
The new system is going to be used for work 95% and perhaps a little bit of gaming on the side but chances are slim due to time constraints.
Although gamers might not be interested in this it certainly looks great for anyone looking for a professional monitor with color accuracy beyond gaming.
It also mentions HDR support.
Well trying to buy me a 4K monitor these days seems like a huge trouble.
I was ready to buy the new 43" Philips but it seems that it has issues so I am seriously considering the new Asus ProArt PA329Q that has just become available.
My main worry is how small is the text is going to be in...
My trusty HP LP3065 30" has decided to stop working after almost 10 years of hard daily use but I was looking for an opportunity to jump into the 4K bandwagon anyway.
To my surprise thought buying a monitor these days is not that simple it seems. I have spent most of the day trying...
I have 18HDs of varying size (2TB, 1.5TB, 1TB) in my workstation plus 6 more like those that are used for backup of critical data but I keep them offline.
My system is quite old (Asus P5Q3 DELUXE, Q9550 @ 3.4Ghz, 8GB DDR3 1600, Samsung 840pro SSD) but still performs quite nicely form...
Well I am just about to move my Windos XP installation from a motherboard with the i975 chipset to a motherboard with the 680i chipset. I am using a RAID 0 array from the onboard controller for my boot drive.
Is this possible? I am also moving to SLI but I could add the 2nd card...
I have been following the situation with the 30" monitors for about a month and I have to say that I finally have narrowed down my options down to 2 choices:
A) Buy the HP 30" (I can't be bothered to wait for the Dell 3 more months and I understand that it might not be that...
This is my first post on this forum but I have been reading a lot here and its one of the best forums about computer hardware.
I have recently gone crazy with watercooling and I bought myself some of the best parts I could find (Thermochill PA 120.3, DDC+ with Top etc).