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About MorbidAngel

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  • Birthday 1995-05-11

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  • Steam
  • Battle.net
  • PlayStation Network
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Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
  • Interests
    Computers, traveling and music!
  • Occupation
    Working as a temp.


  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 4790K @ 4.7GHz
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z97S SLI Krait Edition
  • RAM
    16GB Corsair Vengeance Pro @ 2133Mhz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 980 4GB G1 Gaming
  • Case
    Corsair 750D
  • Storage
    120GB SSD / 2TB HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair RM850W
  • Display(s)
    BenQ XL2411 / BenQ 21"
  • Cooling
    Water cooling
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70
  • Mouse
    R.A.T 5
  • Sound
    Razer Kraken Pro
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1 64 bit
  1. Nope I made it in PS, but when I trace it then it get's all messed up But I don't know why Wow if you could actually do this you have saved me!
  2. Hello everyone! I made a logo for my friend that he will use for some websites etc etc. The problem is, after I made it he told me it needs to be vectorized, so I opened up Illustrator and I've been sitting here for hours now not knowing what to do ... Seriously I've Googled it so many times now but none of the guides I follow can solve the problem for me. Is there anyone that could help me with this? All I need is for the logo to be vectorized, the background doesn't matter. I really appreciate the help, thank you so much! cafenaomi.psd
  3. This is basically what I told him, I said that even if he upgraded his CPU to a very good one it will only give him a few more frames, but I also want to be sure that am I not lying ^^ He told me he had an 1155 socket, I don't even know what that is, I'll tell him to spend a few bucks on a new Mobo as well if he can! Thank you! I'll tell him to get the 970!
  4. Hello guys! I'm going to keep it short so a friend of mine is ordering new parts to his PC and I'm helping him but I don't know much about the "older" components due to me being relatively new to computer components all I've cared about is basically the newest stuff, sounds dumb yes but you have to start somewhere. So, he currently has an i7-2600K CPU and a GTX 760 GPU. He can only afford to upgrade one of the components and the choice is between a GTX 970 (maybe SLI) or a new CPU, maybe the i5-6600K. So which one will benefit him the most? He told me that when he is playing "The Division" it's really laggy and he needs to play below medium settings and he still only has 30-35 FPS. Either way he will upgrade the other component In a few months but he can only afford one of them at the moment, I told him to buy the GPU for now and upgrade the CPU later because it won't make that much difference, but then I got unsure because I realized I know nothing about his CPU lol and I was afraid a new GPU might be bottlenecked by the CPU so I decided to ask you guys! I didn't know where to post, either here or GPU category but I guess it doesn't matter ^^ Thank you for your help guys!
  5. Hello everyone, I know this might be the wrong forum to ask on but I couldn't find anything anywhere else. My friend wants to trade his TV for mine since I have a Sony Bravia TV and he wants to connect his Xperia Z2 to it, but the problem is you need "Wi-Fi Direct" to connect your phone to the TV, and my TV doesn't have wireless network. But I found that you can buy a wireless adapter to connect to the TV, and my question is, if he buys the wireless adapter will he be able to connect his phone to the TV and share screens etc etc? Thanks for your help guys!
  6. When I had my first computer I got from my dad I decided to buy some UV lights (these: ) And I had NO idea how to plug them in so I (for some unknown reason) just decided to plug it in where it looked like it was supposed to be, I can't remember what I did but I connected something to the motherboard and I ended up setting the motherboard on fire when starting the computer, and the fire from the mobo burnt the GPU, so I went to the PC Repair shop and they told me they couldn't fix it then they wanted 100$ bucks just for telling me that, so I ended up never returning to get the PC back and paying the 100 bucks. I also bought these kind of lights about 6 months ago and I took about 30 minutes to plug them in just because I was still scared of setting my PC on fire, even though this incident was many years ago.
  7. Hello guys! I recently started playing Dying light, I've been unable to play it before because it was laggy as hell on my computer for some reason, I tried it every now and then but the game wouldn't save etc etc but I gave it another shot about 2 days ago and it worked like a charm! But I have a few questions, I'm the kind of guy that never ever does side missions, I just rush through the story because I want to know what happens! But I've taken my time (kinda) to do some side-quest and stuff. First question: I have all the DLC's and whatever, the Ultimate Edition I think it's called, but should I go to the DLC now? Storywise I just escaped the arena and fled from Rais men. Is the DLC like end-game material for when you have done everything else or is it just another area to explore with new weapons? I tried to Google the questions I had but everywhere I went there were to many spoilers and I'm kinda into the story and I don't want any spoilers at all. Second question: Is it really worth it to do like every side-quest I come across? Of course it's nice to get upgrades etc etc but will I be underpowered later in the story due to me not having good weapons or being high enough leveled? Third question: Should I buy weapons or just go around and find them? Some weapons are like 15000$ and for some reason you can only repair your weapon like 3 times before they are useless, I don't understand that system, maybe I'm doing something wrong .. Fourth question: I just realized when doing a mission in the night that you get more XP for killing monsters at night, should I run around and kill stuff at night or I can just skip it? I'm around level 20-24 right now, not sure .. Don't know if that is good or bad since. Fifth question: Totally forgot what I was going to ask but if you have tips or stuff like that feel free to tell me everything you know! I feel like I suck on this game I just run past everything because I don't want to get swarmed and killed. Thanks for taking your time reading/helping me
  8. Yepp, I always buy from G2A. I've never seen Steam being cheaper than G2A, also if you want to be 100% safe, since you are many times buying from other people, buy G2A shield (it costs 1€). If ANYTHING should happen like you don't get the code/gift or it's not working or anything G2A will give you a new one for free, I never buy G2A shield and I've never had any problems when buying from other people and I've bought over 80 games there, but better safe than sorry.
  9. Well you don't need to choose, https://www.g2a.com/celebrat10n-trackmania-complete-pack-steam-cd-key-global.html here you go.
  10. What do you mean with this? That the led lights stops working after a while? I've had mine for a looooong time now and I've never had a single problem with it.
  11. "Now when I have a new computer I'll be real picky with the games I install" aaaaand I have 20 games and play 2 of them.
  12. Well to make it really simple for you: CPU = All the small things, many stuff moving at the same time, helmets flying around, physics on the capes they are wearing, the arrows flying through the sky. GPU: The looks of the game, the quality of the textures and all other things related to how the game looks. The game has a lot of both, so if you have a bad CPU or GPU doesn't matter because the game will probably not run smoothly if either one is bad. (Note: Just because a game looks really good doesn't mean it's more GPU demanding than CPU, in-case someone tries to correct me on this.)
  13. Yes I already bought it before I posted ^^ And yeah I just saw someone building the treehouse like 10 minutes ago before I lost connection to the host, it looked awesome! Ah okay cool! I just hope I can find someone to play with since I pretty much suck atm And yeah I'm okay with glitches and stuff like that, but what happens when you die in an multiplayer game with your friends?
  14. Hello guys! I received 12 bucks as donations when I was streaming last night and since it takes foreeeever to transfer them from Paypal to my bank account I decided to see if G2A had any games for around that price, and I found 'The Forest', I've seen my friend play it before when it was just released (so yeah it was in a very early state) and I quite liked the idea but the game itself was a mess, my friend who had a fairly good computer got around 30 FPS and medium settings and there was a lot of bugs. Either way before I bought it I searched on YT for the latest patch to see if anything was different from when I last saw it, and my oh my has it changed, it has multiplayer, it looks better, runs better and has a lot more features. So I bought it. So I was going to ask you guys, what do you think of it? It's safe to say I am a total noob since I have played it for about 30 minutes in total and I have basically no idea what I'm doing, I'm just running around chopping down trees for fun, is there more to it than just building stuff and killing cannibals? What do you do when you play? So onto the point, I am wondering, what should I do? I can search Google all day to find what to do but there is nothing better than hearing other peoples tips and tricks for what to do, and I also just like to hear other peoples opinions and discuss games. What do you do when you play, do you just build a base and survive, or is there more to the game in this stage? I know the main story (If I remember correctly you are looking for your son) so I know what the game is about, but can you really find your son yet or is it something they will add in the future? I may find the answer by looking at the patch notes but I haven't come that far yet, since I just bought it and I am cooking dinner atm and I'm gonna watch a movie later! And also, does anyone here play on the EU servers? I joined a few multiplayer games but as soon as I joined I got killed by the other players for some reason, so it would be fun to team up with someone! And for everyone that has followed the development of the game, how are the devs? Are they committed to the game and release regular updates or are they like many early-access game devs that totally abandon their games as soon as they get some cash? Lastly I just want to point out that the main purpose of the thread is to discuss the game overall and that I'm not just looking for answer to my questions, I just figured I could ask you while I'm at it! Sorry for wall of text