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About DaltonM

  • Title
    Sarcastic Douche
  • Birthday 1994-08-09

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  • Biography
    One day a child baby was born. I was born a baby. But not a baby child, but a baby man. I was born a young man of babitube. I once had a bike with 4 wheels, until I learned to ride the bike of 2. Then after that I had my first touchly caress of a woman and from then on I was known to myself as man of all mans.
    Thank you.
  • Occupation
    Hardware Technician


  • CPU
    i5 4690k
  • Motherboard
    Asrock Pro4 Z97M
  • RAM
    DDR3 1600 16gb (4x4)
  • GPU
    MSI LP GTX 750 Ti
  • Case
    Who cares
  • Storage
    PNY 240gb
  • PSU
    EVGA 750W 80+ Bronze, Semi Modular
  • Display(s)
    A monitor from 2005
  • Cooling
    Evo 212!
  • Keyboard
    Logitech walmart $10
  • Mouse
    came with my keyboard
  • Sound
    Anker portable speaker lolz
  • Operating System
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  1. Just as the title says, I'm looking for a good, dual purpose headset. I play drums and guitar as well as game with my current headset. I've had a pair of cheapo sennheiser's since I found them in lost and found in 2011. They sound great, but I'm pretty sure I blew a driver in one side and they're falling apart. Who knows how old they were when I found them. Anyway, I think I would prefer a closed headphone design. My budget is 200 or less, I don't want something wireless unless I can plug it in to reduce latency. I don't want a headset with a mic either, I won't use it. I have a USB DAC I can plug them into or my Scarlet 18i8 interface. What are the brands or product ranges I should even look at? I have never purchased a good over ear set in my life. Thanks :)
  2. If there's going to be a Minecraft server, we need a forum section for it
  3. We've seen Nintendo and Capcom doing some of these for Nvidia, mainly in China or other regions. Square has been overpricing their older games on mobile for a while. But my question is, where are the PS2+ games? Earlier, I was playing GameCube games on my phone with Dolphin. Metroid Prime 1 runs almost perfectly. I can only imagine what a true port would be like. Xbox One S controllers now support Android, same with Android 10 and Switch Pro. Razer is making $100 joycons for 2018 phones. My note 10+ has a bigger screen, and when paired with xbox one s controller, it plays Minecraft and most of my other games better than my switch could. So that leads to my question? Why don't we have Dark Souls Remastered, Final Fantasy X-X2 remastered, Monkey Ball etc on Android? I would pay big money for these games natively on my phone. Until then, I'm steam linking
  4. I love my PC, but sometimes it randomly turns on. Even when the mouse and keyboard are unplugged. I thought it might be because my cat was messing with them, but it still does it. I have had to unplug my LED strips because the lights wake me up :(. I'm running windows 10.
  5. So I built my PC a while back, right now I have 4690k and of course DDR3 RAM. When I build it, DDR4 had just come out, and 1000 series were impossible to get a hold of. I eventually got my hands on 1070 after years of my placeholder 750ti. But with the next gen consoles around the corner, I have no doubt that PC games/ console ports will take advantage of newer hardware. I am fine lowering settings to conform to my GPU. But what I'm worried about is my 4690k, and to a lesser extent, my RAM. Right now I have used my MOBO's built in overclock for a modest over clock and games run fine. Will my CPU be able to handle the next gen of games? Or is time to upgrade? Thanks ahead of time
  6. I have the 10+. I put my phone through hell everyday. Constantly paired with my Gearfit 2 Pro, occasional use of my Galaxy Buds throughout the day, near CONSTANT youtube/music playing with screen off, GPS for navigation (I do delivery driving) for 8 hours a day. I come home with around 50% everyday. I seriously use my phone a lot at work and I am happy with the battery life. My aging Note8 ended my work day at 15% if I was lucky. But the charger in the box is super fast, you can get nearly 20% in 10 mins, I cant wait to get my 45w charger.
  7. I use the Spigen Slim armor case. I have use Spigen since the note 4. I got the Ultra Hybrid S first, but the kickstand fell off in less than a week, and I didn't like the case. But the Slim Armor is SO GOOD. Plus, Spigen has amazing customer service that has always taken care of me. When I got the Note 7 and it got recalled, I asked them for a discount for a new case, and they sent me one for free! Totally not their problem but they took care of me. Here is what I have: https://www.spigen.com/collections/galaxy-note-10-plus/products/galaxy-note-10-plus-case-slim-armor?variant=12074236477487 Unfornately, they don't have fun colors anymore also I suggest buying them from Amazon because it's much cheaper for some reason. Seriously, this case is awesome, slim, has a kickstand, and I have used it for years on Note 4, 7, 8 and now 10. Yeah I skipped note 5 lol
  8. A nice wireless charging pad would be nice. Lay my Note 10, my Gear Sport and Galaxy buds down on it and only have 1 thing connected to the wall? Sign me up. I alternate between the Gear Sport and Gear Fit 2 Pro, including my battery bank and speaker, that's SIX things I need to charge. It would be nice to have 3 of those on the same pad. Still waiting for my 45w charger to become available samsung >_>
  9. you can get a sketchy windows key for 10 and under on ebay. I bought one for like $6.70 on ebay 3 years ago. and if it gets revoked, that's fine. I'm okay with possibly paying $2 a year for windows. You can also save a little money by looking for a case that includes fans.
  10. Right click sound icon in task bar Sound settings> In that window, under related settings Sound control panel make sure your playback devices is 1. enabled and 2. set as default
  11. If you have a PC, then all the xbox exclusives worth playing are on that. PS4 simply has way better options. I just sold my PS4pro tho, I am now waiting for PS5 and I'll play my backlog there... KH3, TLoU, God of War, Uncharted 3/4.. I basically only played Bloodborne when I got a ps4 lmao
  12. Click the sound icon in the lower right of the task bar, then click the 'device name' about the volume bar and try to reselect your desired output device. If it doesnt show up, right click that sound icon Speaker Setup>Advanced Setup> playback devices tab and make sure your device is enabled.
  13. Story time! So back in the day, my friend and I were dabbling in game development using Macromedia Flash MX. We loved flash games. We wanted to make one like Megaman X. Our idea was just like megaman, but it was called Bleak. It was about colors. Basically, a scientist was making a gun/backpack device to harness the power of colors. But the machine malfunctioned and sucked all color from the area, turn the scientist evil (think Glover). It turned everything monochrome, and it was up to the protagonist (never named) to restore color to the world. The game was divided into 8 'robot master' levels, each representing a different color. Once each master was defeated, you'd gain their power/color. Unlike megaman, more like MNo9, the powers weren't simply guns, but new weapons/transformations. Example, purple was sword weapon, red was hands/fist combat with combos that added platforming abilities (like guacamelee). Not only would you gain powers, but defeating a master would restore their respective colors to other levels, opening new paths and secrets. There was also to be a mechanic to use the weapons themselves to open paths. Instead of 'light capsules' like MMX, you could use certain abilities from robot masters by equipping them permanently, which you could swap between levels. The game was ambitious, and we designed all the bosses, and characters. The farthest we got was making an animated character that could run around and shoot. We had no idea how we were going to make a flash game of this scale, but we were encouraged by the progress we were making. I knew enough action script to make enemies, health bars, platforming/shooting elements as well as level transitions. But little more than that. The gameplay was to be fast paced, heavily inspired by Megaman Zero games for GBA, we wanted a true combo system with style rating akin to switching weapons like Dante from DMC4, but in 2D. But alas, after a year of off and on work, I moved away and we never began work on this game. What made me even think of it was trying to find the old files. Unfortunately, the harddrive the files are on was dead. I would have posted them here if I could recover them. /Story Time. I should have kickstarted it lol, but I was 14 at the time and I didn't know what I was doing. I have never shared the ideas anywhere, but I wanted to share after all this time. It was so close to what MNo9 wanted to achieve I find it odd that the games have so many similarities. What do you think? would you have played Bleak? Does the almost metroidvania style of backtracking with in depth combat in Megaman X style gameplay sound interesting? It was exactly the kind of game I wanted to play.
  14. Now we're being pedantic. Of course it comes down to using the muscles. I feel that gaming is the most common use for this particular muscle (set of muscles?) That's why I said gamer.
  15. Lots of carrying cases have slots for cartridges, so I can always carry 10 in the case, and 1 in my switch. I buy smaller games digital, but I love the look of cartridges and their cases. I hate discs, so on ps4 it's all digital unless it's like KH3 and I got deluxe edition. I think switch is unique due to the cartridges, kinda nostalgic for me, reminds me of gba.