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  • Birthday 05/10/1984

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  • Computer specification
    CPU: Intel® Core ™ i5-760 2.80 GHz
    Motherboard: Gigabyte P55A-UD3
    Memory: G.Skill 4x4GB DDR3 1333Mhz
    GPU: GTX970 MSI
    Hard Drive #1: Samsung 840 Evo 256GB
    Hard Drive #2: Hitachi 1TB
    Hard Drive #3: Seagate 320GB
    Cooler: Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro
    Optical Drive: Asus DRW-1814BLT
    Case: CM 690 II plus
    PSU: SeaSonic M12II-620
    Monitor: Dell U2715H
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  1. After a few more tests I am currently debating between 3 screens in size 32 "1440P: 1. FI32Q 2. XB323UGP 3. M32Q What do you recommend?
  2. The recommendations they gave you were correct. Because in size 27 and 1080 resolution you get a pixel density of 82. For this nation in screen 32 and resolution 1440 you get pixel density of 93 - which is exactly the same density as in screen 24 with 1080 resolution
  3. Anyone experienced a 43-inch screen? For example Acer Predator CG437K or AORUS FV43U How far should you sit from this "TV"?
  4. 1. Say did you calibrate it with a dedicated device? 2. How to play with it in the dark (I usually play in the dark)? Because according to the RTINGS website its contrast is not something - 735: 1 3. Is there a light leak? In addition to its hosting, there have been some good reviews on the following screens: 1. Acer Predator XB273U GX 2. Gigabyte AORUS FI27Q-X Anyone have a personal opinion on them? Which is more recommended?
  5. Available only in sizes 32 and 27. They have no UW. Too concave I was wrong -1000R. Size 32 is better in my opinion 4K. Because the UW I mentioned is currently out of stock. Requesting a recommendation for 27 1440P from the following list: 1) Gigabyte M27Q 2) Dell Alienware AW2721D 3) MSI Optix MAG274QRF-QD
  6. After reading reviews it seems to me that I am dropping from 4K and changing the question to ultrawide 34 inches at a resolution of 3440 * 1440 or 1440p standard? I am willing to invest more than NIS 2000. In the 1440p 16: 9 range the currently undecided is between: 1) Gigabyte M27Q 2) Dell Alienware AW2721D 3) MSI Optix MAG274QRF-QD in the 1440p UW range currently the undecided is between: 1) ASUS TUF Gaming VG34VQL1B 2) LG 34GN850-B 3) LG 34GP 83A LG 1G -B The problem is that at the moment I do not see for sale at all the screens I mentioned in the UW domain. 😨 I wanted to ask people who currently use UW screens: 2) How long does it take to get used to the screen being concave? It does not bother? 3) How many of the games support this resolution and if there is no support what do you do? XNUMX) Does it not interfere with normal work on the computer? Is it necessary to constantly move the head to the sides? Comfortable to surf?
  7. Why go for a screen like this if in most cases I will not get much above 60FPS in 4K? It's just a waste I do not feel comfortable with ultrawide screens. Prefers a 16: 9 screen
  8. My question is is it better to increase to 32 "and switch to 4K but of course there will be less FPS then 60HZ will be more suitable or stay with 27" and 1400P but increase frequency to 144HZ and even up? I've never experienced a screen with more than 60 HZ and I never had anything more than 27 ".
  9. Hello following previous discussion Looking for a screen for a new computer. I am currently with U2715H. It's good but because I bought a new computer based on 5600X + RTX3080 something better is needed. My question is is it better to increase to 32 "and switch to 4K but of course there will be less FPS then 60HZ would be more suitable or stay with 27" and 1400P but increase frequency to 144HZ and even up? I have never experienced a screen with more than 60 HZ and I have not had anything more than 27 ". 80% of the use is gaming. WITCHER 3 and RDR style games.
  10. I'm debating whether to go for the 2TB of the SSD I chose that costs 1050 NIS or to go for the SN4's PCie850 which costs 950 NIS.? Prefer to go to the same store. And I also very much hold from SEASONIC. I now have their supplier and I am really happy with it.
  11. Thanks to all the respondents. On the one hand it helps and on the other hand it confuses me more. In light of the bad reviews of Intel's 11th generation and after reading a lot of comparisons between 10th generation and RYZEN I decided to go for AMD. This is the new specification. Go into the budget. What do you say? Is there anything worth changing?
  12. right. My mistake. I did not notice in 99% of cases will not work in parallel. Does that mean you should go down to 10600K? I inquired. It comes with one fan and RGB lighting. What do you say about this fan? Arctic Cooling Freezer 34 What do you say about this supplier? Corsair RM750x 750W
  13. Moon-Mage Intel is cheaper right now - which is a bit strange. For example the 5600X costs a little more than 10700 KF. Only in 5600 X there are 6 cores and in 10700 K there are 8 cores. And also in the tests in the vehicles I managed to see a net for INTEL gaming are better. Regarding the operating system - can you please give a site that is worth financing? chaikr by calculation comes out that even 650W is enough
  14. chaikr just because of the price difference. Moon-Mage 1. Regarding hyper 212. Strange that on the coolermaster website they do not recommend this cooling for the 10700k. Maybe it's really better to go for the NH-D15 or DARK PRO 4? 2. And if I do not intend to overclock at all, why even go for a processor with a K extension? They are more expensive and warmer. And a motherboard not from the Z series? 3. How to buy an online operating system for a tenth of the price?
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