Update, line re appear, got a tech come over and replace the panel. Probably different panel then original one, contrast is like 700 less, max bright is like 30nit less and much more "whiter" (higher CCT). not that I can complain...
the tech quote "they give you a new panel, most of time, you...
Look like I got a blue line of death, how is the rma process? For people who did it before?
samsung support say move the tv from surge protector to outlet and it seems that it fixed the line, now I am paranoid...
Some numbers, all from PC mode, dont know how to toggle hdr or hdr+ mode in pc mode so didnt bother.
So warm1 seem to be the TV's most native state, calibrated warm 1 seem to fare a little better in term of contrast and tracking compare to warm 2, but not subtle enough to care about. So if you...
Open frame PSU, not 750w though. You better ask the question on PSU review site(say johnny guru) to see which spot need more cooling. Then monitor what temp you are getting.
Ideally platinum or titanium rated for best efficiency.
Real passive PSU do exist? So I don't get why you can't find...
Maybe you can try not spreading it.
I have a tube of pk3 back I play with laptops since those are all direct die cooling. Now I play with desktop I just grab that huge tube of creamique 2, I don't need to worry using 2 much or getting a bad mount since it is not expensive. If thing go wrong I...
I often play game in windows, and there are such game that only support 1080p max, which rely on windows dpi scaling, 150%. Obviously, I can run them at native 1080 but then it will be tad small.
These game often are not AAA title, recently for me this is darkest dungeon and romance of three...
Well, if you can't stand software calibration(w.e faux they are talking about), you are stuck with models that can do hardware calibration.
If you can go smaller, eizo have srgb monitors with hardware calibration ability.
Profit margain of gaming monitor compare to the pro monitor they sell is a joke though, look up their flag ship medical monitor msrp, and they have almost 0 competition.
Consumer line had been where they dump their crap panels.
Not that tempting unless you must do everything on 1 display imo.
For media and gaming, larger is almost always better. Web surfing/ email and word processing dont require a OLED/120hz/wide gamut etc, i think.
ofc, if tv never get real 120hz input then its a different story.
Your motherboard is ocing it. Typically you can get away below 1.25 for 4.4. In general, if a chip do 4.5 at 1.2,it is above average. I had a 4770k that can't do 4.2 at 1.2 though, sad story.
Thicker rad really don't help that much, if you like aio cooler, upgrade to 240 or 280.
But I would...
1.3v, pretty high, and result seems typical for a 120 rad. The difference on paste application don't go more than a few degree at most.
Drop your vcore and you will see a much bigger temp drop, unless you got real unlucky with the silicon.
To be honest, with a blower fan, you can make the same design with heatpipe. I highly doubt this will beat say a axp 200 with those 10mm extra as clearance.
And this blower is hardly larger than gpu ones, gpu blower is about 70s mm, remember the coolit block is ~60mm length and width.
This is as comprehensive as it get. CPU only don't brother unless you cooling...