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About Ryan_Vickers

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    i7 4770 "K" @ 4 GHz, 1.25 v
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    ASUS Z87-Deluxe
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    32 GB Corsair DDR3-1600
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    SAPPHIRE NITRO R9 Fury @ 1150 MHz core / stock mem (really gotta set that back up one day)
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    Modified Cooler Master 690 II Advanced (USB 3)
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    240 GB SSD (OS + programs) + 4 TB HDD (files) + 1 TB SSD (games + VMs)
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    EVGA SuperNOVA 550 G2 plugged into a CyberPower CP1000PFCLCD
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    BenQ GW2255 + Samsung SyncMaster 940BF
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    Logitech G610 w/ Browns + o-rings
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    Mionix NAOS 7000
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    Audio-Technica ATH-MSR7 + Kanto YU5
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    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Ryan_Vickers

    Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned

    Wouldn't that just be a product listing then and not a meme?
  2. Ryan_Vickers

    Windows 10 May Reserve Another 7GB For Updates.

    oi I'll have you know 32 GB holds the normal fluff (browser, etc.), Windows itself, MS Office, and even a few Adobe Creative Suite apps with 5 GB to spare
  3. Ryan_Vickers

    The Audio Board's Recommended Gear

    Thank you that's all I was looking for. Unless you know objectively for certain that something is the best, it's not accurate to present it as such.
  4. Ryan_Vickers

    The Audio Board's Recommended Gear

    idk, not really important imo. You said that is the best wireless you can buy and I highly doubt that. This thread is about making (accurate) recommendations, so a claim like that is going to need a bit of proof.
  5. Ryan_Vickers

    The Audio Board's Recommended Gear

    I'm just throwing out a random number since I'm sure some do cost that much, but idk what's typical. Regardless the condition was never a gaming mic, it was just anything "mobile", as in, "[if you] need to be mobile then this is the best you can buy". I'm still just speculating though so I'd very much welcome anyone who can link some examples of what actually exists and how their tech compares to this.
  6. Ryan_Vickers

    The Audio Board's Recommended Gear

    Professional solutions would use their own proprietary radio frequency I would imagine, not bluetooth, so while this might be the best consumer one, I dont think it's even relevant in the grand scheme of things.
  7. Ryan_Vickers

    The Audio Board's Recommended Gear

    I'm no expert in this field but right away I can't help but think this is far from the best wireless mic you can buy. I'm pretty sure there's professional solutions in excess of $1000 that offer more for the price than just a brandname
  8. Ryan_Vickers

    A Different WAN Show

    I'll pass this along to the team, although I'm not sure what if anything will happen. It's a bit odd to say the least. @CPotter
  9. Ryan_Vickers

    What happened to 240Hz monitors ?

    -threads merged- As for the question, it's probably a combination of factors including but not limited to: harder to render that many frames diminishing returns (144 is already quite smooth, is 240 really that much better?) as refresh rate increases, other aspects of image quality unavoidably decrease given the same price, and at some point, even regardless of price
  10. Ryan_Vickers

    Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned

    I like how the rainbow has a hard line and doesn't blend back into itself I guess they hadn't discovered all the colours yet in 2003
  11. Ryan_Vickers

    Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned

    I used to have a program for editing gifs at a more basic level. You could do things like set the duration of each frame (gifs work using a duration per frame rather than a uniform framerate like videos in case anyone didn't know). I know photoshop also has this feature, but hopefully you can find something else. If you do, that would be how you can speed it up
  12. Ryan_Vickers

    The LG 38GL950G; The new God of the gaming 21:9

    a bit of an odd resolution is it not? Just 20 px shy of the common 3840 x 2160 (4K) at 3820. If they had gone all the way it also would have been a very nice 2.4:1 instead of the random decimal ratios we usually see on 21:9 panels.
  13. Ryan_Vickers

    SouljaGame ConsoleS the game console that never was

    So blatant false advertising, copyright infringement, piracy, just to start, and then topped off with insulting people who question him and then immediately backpedalling. Amazing, clearly someone who knows how the world works and how to make a legitimate successful product. /s
  14. Well that's the thing, it would have been, at least looking at the normal consumer prices. Perhaps behind the scenes AMD likes to cut these companies a much larger discount than Intel would have offered. That or they just made a bad choice. Remember that's always possible Never assume everyone behaves logically, because they don't.
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    Turning off a DisplayPort monitor moves around my windows

    I've heard of this before. I think what's happening is when you turn it off, it effectively disconnects it from the computer, so Windows of course moves all your windows off of that space that no longer exists. If you find a solution, let me know I might need it one day.