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JaqenHghar80

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About JaqenHghar80

  • Title
    Newbie
  • Birthday 1985-04-06

Contact Methods

  • Steam
    ibanezjah
  • PlayStation Network
    Underdog80

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Austin
  • Interests
    Theatre, Gaming, A Song of Ice and Fire, Doctor Who
  • Occupation
    Web Programming

System

  • CPU
    Core I7 3770k
  • RAM
    Patriot Viper 3 16GB
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 680 Classified
  • PSU
    Thermaltake 700W
  • Display(s)
    Dell 19in
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Fans
  • Sound
    Altec Lansing
  • PCPartPicker URL
  1. So I have a question regarding the general quality of Dell Monitors that have been made recently. Specifically their IPS displays (do they make VA panels) of the curved variety. I have had a Dell E207WFP 19" that has been on practically continuously for the past almost 13 years and so was wondering if they are still making monitors of the same quality as I'm looking to upgrade. I mean there isn't anything wrong with my current monitor just that I'd rather replace it before it actually dies and it's a 16:10 ratio display and I'd like to go to a different ratio that is at least 1440p and 120hz. Also if Dell has become junk monitors what are some decent brands (that don't cost $600)?
  2. I posted this on the YouTube video but thought I would post it here as most would actually benefit from it plus I could post a picture of my rig and my specs. I actually recommend Magic Micro on Ebay they build made to order custom PCs with parts you pick and choose including towers and have 100% positive feedback. I had my PC done by them back in 2013 (still working) since I would normally build mine but can't due to my condition. Free Shipping with a 3 year warranty and all components you pick out are compatible or they contact you and work out what will. They're not all flashy and don't do any tricks so there isn't the overhead and you're not paying for advertising. It is literally as if you paid for the parts and just had someone assemble it for you but that someone was really really good at it and the parts were top of the line. Now if you can build the machine yourself I recommend doing it that way as you get the knowledge and save money but if you're someone like me who has lost the ability to do fine movements well I think this is the best option. My rig I got in 2013: Thermaltake 700w Power Supply Core i7 3770k 3.5ghz 16gb Patriot Ram EVGA GTX 680 Classified 4GB
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