My name is Adam, A.K.A TitaniumNX and I live and breathe technology!

So why do I call myself TitaniumNX? Well, the answer is pretty simple. I really like the look of Titanium metal and NX “next” meaning my next project.
 
Technology is my life! Has been from a very young age. From computers, to smart phones, TVs and electronics, technology has pushed me to be the person I am today.

Having worked many different jobs in the IT sector, I've experienced different types of jobs ranging from: help desks to server administrator and local repairs on university campus. I've built up a vast knowledge of customer service and problem solving techniques. I'm the type of person who excels with a challenge and thinks outside the box. Below, I've created a little chart of my attributes to showcase what I believe my skills are at this point in time in my life.
Workstation & Server Administration
Music Creation
Photoshop
Web Design
Computer Repair
Video Editing
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90%
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65%
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91%
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One of my favorite things to do is, take old songs from TV, games, movies and cartoons and transform them into modern remakes. Using advanced synth keyboards and midi interfaces, I'm always recreating or improve on sound quality and adding my own flair. Currently most of my music comes from my new Yamaha Tyros 5, but I like to also use "Reason" as my midi interface to create vintage music.

Enjoy some of the samples I've put together. I'm always adding new material so check back later!
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    From a very young age, I've been interested in computers. Back in the 80's, my father received our very first beige box, sideways laying computer. A brand-new i286, 6 MHz processor with a shiny turbo button!

    I spent many weekends installing games and wreaking havoc on that machine. After watching my parents invest money to fix problems, I made it my mission to understand and learn how to fix them myself. Growing up through the age of Windows, I've experienced every very of Windows OS going back to Windows 3.1.

    Illustration of burning laptop in fire flames
    Skip ahead to 2018, I pride myself on being someone who is able to fix not only issues for myself, but for others too. As computers have evolved from cheap boxes, so have the designs. Computers are no longer unimpressive mono tone boxes. Custom designs and art have taken the spot light. From colors, to flashy lights, design has become the center of the PC world.  I love putting a new computer together and turning it on for the first time. the scary moment, heart pounding stress of "Will it boot". Seeing the finished product come to life.
    Future of gaming?
    Monday, September 10, 2018
    Something to look forward to: Nvidia's recently-announced RTX 20-series GPUs have garnered quite a bit of attention from tech media outlets, and the reception has been mixed. Some doubt the cards' performance capabilities, while others feel the tech behind them will be revolutionary. Regardless, we'll all know for sure on September 17, when the RTX 2080's review NDA finally lifts.

    The raytracing technology Nvidia showed off on stage was certainly impressive, If you aren't up to speed on the situation, Nvidia's RTX GPUs boast "real-time raytracing" technology, which will supposedly improve reflections, shadows, and lighting in video games.

    At any rate, the general consensus among tech experts seems to be "don't pre-order, wait for benchmarks," as is often the case with new video card architecture. Naturally, this is tough advice for some to follow. Nobody wants to get left in the dust, and stock for new graphics cards tends to sell out fast.

    HTC & Oculas play nice?
    Monday, September 10, 2018
    Virtual reality hasn't caught on with the masses as quickly as some had hoped. By welcoming Oculus Rift users to its
    marketplace, HTC may be realizing that the only way for the genre to move forward is through unity. HTC launched Viveport as a marketplace for VR games and apps in 2016. The following April, the company rolled out a subscription service that allows members to download up to five titles per month.

    Viveport was initially seen as a differentiator, a way for HTC to drive hardware sales through the curation of software. Having seemingly milked that angle for long enough, HTC is now interested in expanding the offering in hopes of generating additional revenue from Rift owners.
    HTC notes that Viveport currently offers more than 1,400 VR titles with 500 available through its $8.99 per month subscription service although at launch, only 200 titles have been tested to be compatible with the Oculus Rift.

    From now through September 16, Rift and Vive owners can take advantage of the Best in Both Worlds promotion to get additional free titles to keep forever. The breakdown is as follows for three-month, six-month and 12-month plans:

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    From a very young age, I've been interested in computers. Back in the 80's, my father received our very first beige box, sideways laying computer. A brand-new i286, 6 MHz processor with a shiny turbo button!

    I spent many weekends installing games and wreaking havoc on that machine. After watching my parents invest money to fix problems, I made it my mission to understand and learn how to fix them myself. Growing up through the age of Windows, I've experienced every very of Windows OS going back to Windows 3.1.

    Illustration of burning laptop in fire flames
    Skip ahead to 2018, I pride myself on being someone who is able to fix not only issues for myself, but for others too. As computers have evolved from cheap boxes, so have the designs. Computers are no longer unimpressive mono tone boxes. Custom designs and art have taken the spot light. From colors, to flashy lights, design has become the center of the PC world.  I love putting a new computer together and turning it on for the first time. the scary moment, heart pounding stress of "Will it boot". Seeing the finished product come to life.


                                                                         The following illustrations are the creation original creator. Photos have been modified/enhanced.

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