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About DededeKirby

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  • Birthday October 30

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  • Steam

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  • Gender
  • Location
  • Interests
    cars r cool hahahhahahhh


  • CPU
    Intel Core i7-3770
  • Motherboard
    ASUS P8Z77-V LK
  • RAM
    32GB Kingston HyperX Fury
  • GPU
    ASUS Dual Radeon RX 480 (4GB)
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide 500R
  • Storage
    512GB Samsung 840 Pro, 2x 3TB WD Green (Raid 1)
  • PSU
    Corsair CX500
  • Display(s)
    HP w2207h
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i
  • Keyboard
    Corsair Strafe (MX Browns)
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Sound
    Sennheiser RS160
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. DededeKirby

    MORE RGB even for your M.2 SSD

    It seems like companies are taking our sarcastic "WE NEED MORE RGB" jokes for real. Unless they aren't sarcastic. Unless they aren't jokes. Are they?
  2. DededeKirby

    Intel to Launch B360 Motherboard Chipset

    They're doing all they can to get people away from AMD, including this.
  3. But when war comes it's quite the opposite frankly
  4. DededeKirby

    "Jesus Loves You" Hidden In Doom (2016)

    I'm in my basement by myself reading this
  5. After upgrading to Windows 10, our family desktop has gone through numerous, but small expected problems and glitches. Fortunately, we were able to fix all of those. Now, however, one of the user's start menu bars (the thing that goes across the bottom) can't be used at all. The only thing it can do now is open applications by clicking. Otherwise, nothing related to the start menu works (logging out, accessing files, etc.) We have tried several things recommended on the Microsoft forums, but weirdly none have worked. If you can, please send help. Thanks.
  6. DededeKirby

    Feenix Gaming Bundle Giveaway

    The only thing I'm proud of right now is my mouse (G502) and mouse-pad (G240). My keyboard's (really generic Acer branded rubber dome) spacebar is breaking, and I don't have a viable audio/microphone (currently some earbuds and a Blue microphone) setup for csgo.
  7. DededeKirby

    Cherry new keyboard switch: MX SPEED (light gray color)

    I feel like Cherry now represents Corsair, even though Cherry is supposed to be a freelance switch making company. I wonder what typing on these would actually feel like...
  8. DededeKirby

    Fury X giveaway

    I have: an i3 4160 (that'll work) and a GTX 750 Ti (worse than I thought; can't 1080p very well...) Reason(s) AMD owns ATI - ATI is Canadian (I want to support my country's economy) A Fury X will let me free with my next rig, not having to worry about a GPU and more of a monitor that can use this beast; I'm not going to be building anything until post-secondary, and it'll help me if I already have a GPU that'll last; technology advances too fast, but this thing should keep up for a long time (especially with water cooling). I'd appreciate something like this a lot...
  9. DededeKirby

    Corsair Teases a new product #SPEEDCOUNTS

    Looks like an RGB Rad. That would make a lot of sense, even though this may not be it.
  10. I want a mechanical keyboard :l

  11. DededeKirby

    New Keycaps for G910 Orion Spark

    Materino, just wait until the G810 hits stores and get that. You'll save $40... (Same switches, media keys, without a wrist rest though it includes the keycaps found in the pack you listed above)
  12. DededeKirby

    Samsung Galaxy S7: Leaked pictures

    That looks damn CHEAP. Goddamnnit Samsung.
  13. Thank you for your help mate.
  14. DededeKirby

    CS:GO on a MacBook Air 2015 13"?

    I have an 11inch-er Mac that I use, graphics 5000, low is around 40 to 50 fps, so you could try and go medium with some of it. Like they've said, a VERY hot computer.
  15. Hello everybody, I have a Dell Latitude E6410 laptop which I've decided to upgrade by SSD. As I said in the title, I wish to reinstall Windows (or rather, preferably all the contents of the old Seagate HDD) onto a new SSD, though I don't have any form of actually installing it, neither CD nor USB. I don't know if I'd have to plug them both in and copy everything or if I have to just backup all the stuff and reinstall on the SSD later. Basically, just a OS and file transfer to another drive (which can't be plugged in at the same time, I'm afraid), and I don't have any other form of being able to install Windows (e.g. CD/USB, etc.) apart from a product key (which goes back to having to transfer... Thanks for your help, Dedede