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Cosmopath

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About Cosmopath

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  • Birthday November 13

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    Toronto, Ontario

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  • Keyboard
    DZ60RGB w/ lubed T1s in a dark green Tofu
  • Mouse
    MX Master 2s
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    Many
  • Operating System
    macOS 10.15 / Windows 10

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  1. Razer switched OEMs to Greetech last year.
  2. Honor 8, no question. Blazing fast, incredible camera and display, Nougat update is awesome, quick fingerprint scanner, great build quality, the list goes on. By far the best phone you can buy under $400 imo
  3. Doesn't exist. Don't believe any services that say they do it. There's some complex developer emulation software that's suitable for testing apps only, but you need a Mac for it.
  4. Yes. I own an Honor 8 with 4GB of RAM and I rarely dip above 2GB of usage total (heavy usage consists of gaming and emulation) Anything more is nothing but a gimmick.
  5. Seasoned eBay seller here. This is a scam, no question about it. These exact sellers are popping up everywhere: they're targeting PC components, and have randomly-generated names. Usually they price things at over half the going price, and copy descriptions from another retailer. The accounts are always opened 1-2 days at max before you see them, and then are taken down by eBay. Watch this account be deleted in no time. The item's description is a carbon copy of this listing, but without formatting: http://www.ebay.ca/itm/EVGA-NVidia-Geforce-GTX-1080-FTW-DT-Gaming-ACX-3-0-8GB-Edition-In-Stock-/122087741999 Note how the description and the pictures are the same as the legitimate listing above. Don't listen to anyone who urges you to "try it anyways". It is a scam. Do not even think about buying.
  6. I don't handle it. I hate the cold and I hate snow. I try to avoid going outside as much as possible when it's below 0. Thankfully we're getting decent weather now.
  7. Cosmopath

    Newbie to Audio

    Would also like to add two of my favourite reviewers to this list. InnerFidelity: These guys know their stuff. Renowned within the audiophile community for having thorough, unbiased reviews. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs5A6Gg74iPHyTFJh69w-RA http://www.innerfidelity.com/ Metal571: Not as well known, but this guy is hands down one of the best YouTube reviewers out there. Most of his content consists of headphone reviews. Very knowledgeable on the field. https://www.youtube.com/user/metal571/
  8. This is a very common issue that's entirely inevitable: after extended usage, the wires inside each earcup either get shorted or break off entirely. This is permanent damage and will not be fixed on its own without DIY work (as in moderate soldering skills). Of course, there are headphones that have stronger wires than other, which always increases longevity. This is one reason why you should never buy cheap headphones/earbuds: by the time you've replaced them over and over, you could've saved money getting a solid pair in the first place. I can't say I'm surprised that it happened to the Kraken as it's a very mediocre headset for the price (as with almost all headsets), and I'm especially not surprised with the Apple EarPods...it's happened to people I know for the latter. Even if this isn't the answer you wanted, spend some money on quality headphones that will last you for years. And remember, quality =/= expensive, as seen by your Razer headset. Recommendations for headphones is another discussion.
  9. If you have a Micro Center near you, this is a much better deal than this: http://www.microcenter.com/product/467635/G313_Desktop_Computer A 6600K and GTX 1070 is actually a sensible combination. $999 is a great price. You can see every single component they use. Even if you don't, you can order this online: http://www.microcenter.com/product/473972/IdeaCentre_710-25_Desktop_Computer Almost the exact same specs as this with some slight differences (6700, 1TB HDD, no shitty liquid cooling) Actually from a trustworthy brand. --- This company is pretty sketchy. Look at their website: https://www.skytechpc.net - basic Shopify site, no names, no address, no other identifiable information other than a generic 'support' email address and a phone number. Seems like an incredibly new company. Very few social media pages, and the ones that are there are reasonably inactive. Out of the whopping three reviews on Facebook, there's one highly negative one. Do you really want to give this company $1100 before they've made any kind of reputation of themselves?
  10. Cosmopath

    TechJerkMe

    1. Stop messing with shit that isn't yours 2. Learn to deal with technologically illiterate people 3. ??? 4. Profit
  11. Have you checked your Chrome extensions? The virus may have installed a rogue extension which is causing the pop-ups.
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