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  1. I haven't personally tried it, but FreeSync is reportedly working (in most cases) with the Nvidia GSync functionality/drivers, yes. I highly recommend that you read up on any requirements I might have missed though.
  2. Check the review first, please. Affordable means (to most people) having a good price tag that's not too far-fetched. Of course, this is highly personal depending on your point of view and frame of reference. This monitor sits, while having some decent specifications, right between the utter trash and the high-end.
  3. Just thought I'd do a drive-by recommendation for a new monitor from Viewsonic. Affordable while still having decent stats.
  4. New generations of both new AMD CPUs/GPUS and Nvidia GPUs are to be released at CES (a couple of weeks away) and July at the latest. A motion that new hardware always comes out and you should buy whenever could be made, but this release of AMD CPUs is the one where they are expected to be at least as quick (frequency-wise) as Intel's desktop flagships. Nvidia will also update their lineups and this time not expected to release cr*p-cards (incremental performance) as they switch to the Ampere architecture. Even if you are on a slightly limited budget this is also good news as most e
  5. This is a personal reflection, but I have to say that this is one of the best websites I have seen in a long time. Clean and professional aesthetics. My hat off to you.
  6. Teamspeak is a great tool, but it can get pretty annoying trying to balance it's output to suit all kind of peoples' voices, good/poor mics, lack of pop filters etc. TS3 has the option to individually set the output per user, but that's a daunting task and has to be redone for every new member that shows up. It gets even more annoying if you are live streaming and trying to smooth out the output for the audience. A free and very easy way to handle this is to add a compressor and a limiter to Teamspeak's output before it reaches your headphones/speakers/streaming application (OBS/Xsplit). This
  7. Already seen it and done a lot of research. Put my audio solution together today with VSTs (and VSThost) and it sounds decent. I will continue to do some tweaks here and there to see if it can be even better. Thank you a lot for your hints & tips. Much appreciated. Edit: I used Adobe Audition CC before switching over to proper VSTs and even though Audition is really nice, the VSTs are easier to configure and manages to mask out my noise much better.
  8. Thanks for the tip. Really appreciate it. Most people I've seen favors the AT-2020USB+ when compared to the Blue Yeti so your PoV is quite interesting. Considering it comes from one of the best voice setups I ever heard I'm seriously going to consider the Rode NT-USB. My problem with the Blue Yeti is that it's too sensitive. It picks up a butterfly's fart three rooms down the hall. The AT-2020USB+ is a dynamic mic which supposedly not that sensitive. What mic are you using, please? If you don't mind, would you please share your VST set up as well, please?
  9. Finally got my audio set up as I want it. Still need to change my mic from a Blue Yeti (Blackout Edition) to a AT-2020USB+, but that's another story. Besides being able to have a decent output audio solution now for streaming and voice comms I now also have put a compressor and a limiter on my incoming Teamspeak audio so you are all at the same volume, even if you have a loud and noisy voice or have a weak and gentle voice. No more need to individually set the audio level per user in Teamspeak. It's all freeware and takes about 10 mins to set up, including tweaking, as long as you have a basic
  10. Thank you for your tip. I took you up on it and even though the firepower is a bit lacking the gimbals makes up for that quite easily. Yeah, the Delta sure needs another balance pass as it's slow, but in PVE it just perfect now with a full gimbaled loadout. Six Type-1 lasers are pretty decent
  11. Hello, I'm reaching out to the fellow Mustang Delta owners here wondering what your favorite weaponry is, please. I'm going to remove my rocket pods, but I'm not sure if I should go with a all gimbal solution or just lock the gimbals (read: forward turret) and go with heavier weaponry instead. What would you recommend? Note: This is just for PVE.
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