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About scons

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  • Birthday 1997-06-09

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  • Gender
  • Location
    A small island off the coast of Australia
  • Interests
  • Biography
    I do things i like to do
  • Occupation
    school :(


  • CPU
    i5 4670K 4.4GHZ
  • Motherboard
    Gryphon Z87
  • RAM
    1X8 GB Kingston HyperX blu 1600MHZ
  • GPU
    Zotac Gtx 560 (soon to be a 660 TI)
  • Case
    Corsair 350D
  • Storage
    1TB WD Green (With rubber band mounts)
  • PSU
    Ocz 700W modular 80 plus something
  • Display(s)
    Samsung SyncMaster 171N (AOC i2367F on way)
  • Cooling
    Stock, (IKR that OC on stock cooling, am i mad!)
  • Keyboard
    Old logitech machine
  • Mouse
    Corsair Raptor M30
  • Sound
    Audio technica ATH-M50 (velour pads soon)
  1. scons

    Overwatch Mouse lag??

    Its not you dude. There is an option called reduce buffering in video settings you should enable. Furthermore you should turn settings down to the point that you are cpu limited (Basically you are after 200+ fps). The game engine seems to induce a couple of extra frames of delay compared to other games.
  2. scons

    i5 2500K bottlenecking Vapour 280X?

    Doubtful the CPU is being a bottleneck, might want to reinstall the drivers or something, i have had some issues with AMD driver lag and stuff and things
  3. scons

    Aoc 23 Monitor I2367F: Yay or Nay?

    Soo... you guys still recommend the monitor, i can get one on a local sort of Ebay for far cheaper than any other IPS panel that is 1080p
  4. scons

    Wireless Charging

    fairly sure batteries in phones dont give a crap anywho
  5. well... this is what happens when you go to a school that has wifi and the techs are tards http://mail.garincollege.ac.nz/~reubenhorner/nonwifi1.png http://mail.garincollege.ac.nz/~reubenhorner/wifi1.png
  6. okay, i know this is an older thread but cant pass up the oppertunity. anyrate with an asus board you dont need to bother with anything if you want to overclock casually, so VT-x and all that can stay. also leave the voltage on auto and crank the multiplier up to 42 or so and boot if she boots fine the stress and check temps, if all is well then keep pushing else just take the voltage off auto and set it to a + value and just make some more like make it 0.2v over stock or something. as far as safe voltage goes, anything that doesnt push too much heat is fine and btw people get scared at 80 deg but thats fine so just keep pushing till temps make u go off or volts or it becomes unstable
  7. Free CPU: sweet Reuben Hornerhttps://www.facebook.com/reubarb.scons/posts/4294404818852
  8. yep... (REALLY FRICKING WANT ONE!) FB Reuben Horner https://www.facebook.com/reubarb.scons/posts/4294371058008