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  1. Personally I would go the extra mile and go for a 5600 not the 3600xt or intel. The extra investment is worth it
  2. Not sure if this might help and my advice is based on the assumption that your motherboard HDMI output actually works. Connect PC graphics card HDMI to onkyo input. Connect motherboard HDMI output to Samsung 24" Connect Laser set top box to onkyo input via HDMI Connect onkyo HDMI output to 32" monitor. Your 4x1 switch is redundant. Your onkyo can switch between your PC and your set top box
  3. I personally wouldn't take up their services. If you're not keen on building it yourself, I can assist you since you're in Sydney. I am based around Macquarie Park and can help you fit the parts together etc
  4. HI LHC, I will respond to you in PM
  5. The more the merrier There will always be disagreements and everyone has their opinion on what's optimal. I tend to keep those opinions to myself if someone posts conflicting opinions as long as I believe there's no real harm in the advice.
  6. If 3600 doesn't work then run them at 3400 and tighten the timings. I can provide you with recommended timings if you wish to go down the manual tuning path.
  7. Hi LHC, You shouldn't have any issues with cable length for the PSU in that case I wouldn't suggest updating the bios if you are on the old series CPU. Use it as is and if you run into any stability issues, I will help you find the latest update that is stable for your CPU Your CPU infinity clock may not be able to run at 1800 (if you are looking to run your RAM at 3600) I would not recommend a 3060 TI. If you plan to go the 3 series, then the 3070 is much better value - (if not a cheap 3080). An older AMD card (5700xt) or a 6800 would also be better value. R
  8. Further information: RRP $2500. I bought these for a bedroom setup however it did not eventuate. These are great value compact speakers. Great design and discontinued - your chance to get them brand new. I previously listed these as black and have since found out that they are the highly sought after gloss brown ones Photos:
  9. This is less than what I paid for them around a year ago from Eastwood Hifi ?
  10. Further information: RRP $2500. I bought these for a bedroom setup however it did not eventuate. These are great value compact speakers. Great design and discontinued - your chance to get them brand new. Black Edit: Price drop to $1100 Photos:
  11. Hi all, As a way of giving back to the community, I am happy to provide free advice for anyone wishing to build PCs whether it's for gaming, audio and whatnot. I have built hundreds of PCs and always keep up to date on what's latest and greatest. Please post your questions here or you can message me directly. I will respond when I can
  12. Have you listened to the Yamaha HS8 active speakers? Might be worth giving them a listen. I've recommended that to many friends and all seem to love it for the $.
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