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Original concept +1 for that. It certainly looks very cool and compact. However it does not seem very effective. It took 35 minutes to build a single Assembling Machine 2. Therefore it's not very suitable for reaching the endgame. It's fun to build but in the end ordering that stuff from your player inventory is probably faster and more efficient since it only uses the stuff it needs.  

I guess factorio needs some new options because counting stones and coals to program factories should not be needed right? You might love Friday Facts #88 - Combinators.

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I like the idea of the test but running OBS to do on the fly encoding kind of takes op cpu usage so it is not a true representation of how the game performs. Would love to see the same test with OBS using NVENC (which takes almost no cpu power).

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Could you tell me the distance between the desk and the bottom of the display in the lowest setting of the flexible stand? It feels a bit high. My current display has about 9cm from the desk to the start of the visible screen (which is a bit low).

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For gaming it is hard to recommend the 3440x1440 display because this means it has 79% more pixels. Because gpu's scale pretty well you can expect your framerates to drop by at least 44% compared to the 2560x1080 display (assuming there is enough vram). So to game properly on these LG 34UM65 you need a Titan SLI setup costing 2400 euro/dollar or you will be gaming at sub 30 fps (stuttering, framedrops and bad frametimes)

If you care about the pixels per inch then you could consider a smaller display. Where the 34 inch has only 81 PPI (pixels per inch), the 29 inch has 95 ppi and the 25 inch has 111 (!). The recommended LG35UM95-P has 109 ppi. I guess the 29 inch UM65 would make the most sense if you care equally about DPI, gaming and screen size.

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Planetary Annihilation Galactic War campaign gameplay.
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LEGO Batman 3 Beyond Gotham Walkthrough for the first level called "Pursuers in the Sewers". In this level you will attempt to defeat a boss called Killer Croc.

This walkthrough is a story guide meaning it only uses characters that were unlocked for that specific level. 
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I like the idea behind this test but the way it was done makes not much sense. In the video you mention you do not understand why your Original 2 stick test result were  better. Well USB is a hub system meaning that the bandwidth is shared between all devices connected to a single port. However in your original test you used two different native ports. In the second test you use a single port to connect multiple USB sticks. Therefore you lose 50% bandwidth... (about 35 MB/s per native  port).

Instead this test should have been completed on USB3 hardware which can reach 280 MB/s and/or on multiple ports.

As a final note there are also affordable quick usb drives available. I tested a Sandisk Extreme 32 GB that can read up to 200 MB/s and write up to 145MB/s. That makes the raid array of 8 "cheap" stick a bit pointless right?

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Are you using multiple keys to "steer" it? Have yet to figure out how to creat a vehicle nimble like this. The steering hinges are a bit lame for that and the reverse rotating steering units are really slow!

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Ist, dass die niedrigste Einstellung der Stand ?
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This 21:9 display seems to be the ultimate hybrid. It will still fit two fully sized windows (e.g. Notepad++ and a live website for coding) but everything on the edges should still be readable. I estimate it to be +- max 35cm from the center.

I am currently using two 'old school' 22 inch 1680x1050 16:10 displays for multitasking. Here I sit in front of a primary screen (used for gaming) and I use the second screen on the right for multitasking.

Now the "issue" in my current setup is that stuff on the right screen can be as far away as 77cm compared to the center of my primary screen. Meaning that basically I will have to physically readjust my position in order to read. Or I have to move the windows back to my primary display.

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LEGO Batman 3 Beyond Gotham playthrough of level 2 named Breaking Bats.

In this level Batman is being mind controlled and it is up to Robin and Alfred to defeat Batman without hurting him. The boss in this level therefore is Batman himself. Alfred has some unique abilities such as the ability to walk through fire using his food tray.
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Factorio is a strategy game that is all about automation. You basically start with an iron stick and you will have to construct and puzzle your way to the ultimate factory. In order to progress in the game you will need green science packs. The production chain is quite complex, so here is a guide to get you started!
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