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Suzanne Vega: easiest for me to discern. Lip/tongue/mouth noises are most clear at highest quality. highest quality sounds worst. LOL Neil Young: I narrowed it down to 2 out of 3, but then picked the 128kbs instead of the uncompressed wav. Coldplay: I based my decision on first half of song which all sound bad. picked the 128kbps should have listened longer. Katy Perry and Jay Z: too many sounds. too hard to concentrate. too messy. can't decide did not choose. Murray...
In case this helps, "I Remember reading the DT880 had problems with rear positioning in Dolby headphone in games if your planning on using. The DT990 lacked that problem and will have the bigger bass(although it higher quality bass as well) and ...."
I don't know but I can guess.You can search online for reviews.My guess is that most reviews will say DT 880/990 and HD600 are good for gaming, however, my guess is that most people who buy such headphones are not hardcore first person shooter gamers.How is the sound positioning on your AD700? Can you pinpoint the location of rear sounds just as well as front sounds? Any difficulty pinpointing sounds which are above or below? or left/right?
I have been using DT - 880 (250 ohm) for the past few years. They are overall excellent headphones, but I should warn you about something. In games, it's not easy to discern the exact position of sounds which originate from behind you. Front, left, and right are very easy to discern distance to sound. But noise behind you sounds like it's all coming from slightly behind your head or inside your head. After a while, you become used to it. Turn around and then that rear...
You already have 8GB DDR3 ram which is adequate.get inexpensive cpu cooler and overlock cpu to 4GHz.possibly upgrade graphics cards now.DDR4 ram and windows 10 are unnecessary for a simple gaming PC.Edit: try disabling hyperthreading on your core i7.It might give you a few more fps in mmo games.
Yes, people want to see comparisons. Please show comparisons to g3258.If g3258 benchmarks are not included, then it's not a comparison, it just another cpu benchmark.There are thousands of cpu benchmarks on this site. We don't need them all posted here.If I want to see FX-4300/6300 benchmarks (without g3258 benchmarks), I will use search.
If you want to benchmark G3258 vs another cpu, then please do that. But you are posting benchmarks of other cpu's without any information about G3258.If I want to see other cpu benchmarks (without G3258 benchmarks), I will go find those benchmarks myself. AMD cpu's are already benchmarked in other threads.No reason to post every cpu benchmark here. This discussion is primarily for G3258.
The WinRAR built-in benchmark does not indicate actual performance in WinRAR. The built-in benchmark uses all 4 cores of my cpu, yet when making rar files, I never see WinRAR use more than 3 cpu cores. To test actual "real world" performance in Winrar, make some rar files and then un-rar those files. Don't use the built-in benchmark. If you want to benchmark G3258 vs other cpu's, I suggest you do that in the intel forum (amd guys might complain). Please focus the...
I am tailoring the argument to the youtube video of a dual core cpu recording video using shadowplay which you initially claimed would be "game over".My guess is you presume video is recorded on the cpu (such as FRAPS) which is actually no longer necessary.
How do you know that Nvidia shadowplay will "crap out" in Wow on a dual core cpu?
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