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About Vadise

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  • Birthday 1991-01-23

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  • Gender
  • Location
    Buenos Aires
  • Occupation
    Retailer Tech Support


  • CPU
    AMD A10 7870k
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Crossblade Ranger
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance Pro DDR3 2400 16GB
  • GPU
    AMD A10 7870k + Sapphire R7 250 Dual Graphics
  • Case
    Corsair Obsidian 450D
  • Storage
    Corsair Force LE 240GB SSD + WD Black 1TB HDD
  • PSU
    Cooler Master V650
  • Display(s)
    Samsung SyncMaster 793DF
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-U9S
  • Keyboard
    Zowie Celeritas II
  • Mouse
    Logitech M90
  • Sound
    Logitech G430
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit

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  1. I personally dont enjoy aluminum on laptops. While they look premium and may contribute to their thermal solution, they never felt good in the hand, pick greasy fingers up like crazy and I was always afraid of scratching or bending/denting the panels. Matte plastic finishes do conceal scratches and wear much better and they dont bend/dent permanently.
  2. That is not light gaming is it?
  3. I use an R7 250 alongside my A10 7870k APU, and I can play Warframe on max settings.. I dont know how that is not a good value.. but sure.
  4. I'd say an R7 250 should have you covered for light gaming.
  5. I'd pull it out and keep it sepparate, the less parts in the case the better. You dont know where and how the machine is going to be in the cargo hold. If it is going to be upright, upside down, on it's side, or if it is going to have a lot of stuff stacked on top.
  6. You will need to add support to the graphics card if you intend to leave it in. Otherwise nothing else.
  7. I can only recommend the HyperX Cloud just from pure experience. The Void's microphone has a tendency to break, and the Astro, I cant speak for it as I have never seen or used one.
  8. I would recommend against the 1000W PSU, you dont need that much. I would recommend against the storage M.2 drive and go with a WD Black instead if you intend to use it for games and general storage. I would also recommend against RoG motherboards, since the price tag is overly inflated just because it is branded RoG. So far, everything else looks okay otherwise.
  9. HardwareCanucks did make a video about playing off a Kingston HyperX Savage, and how it worked relatively painlessly. So... There is that.
  10. In that case, then go right at it. Games and Programs are not essential irreplaceable data. And you are not constantly writing and reading from it. You should be fine then.
  11. I havent had good experiences using external HDDs as internal replacement. An old laptop I have needed an HDD replacement, I thought to cheap out and buy one of those external Touro hard drives, take the case off, and stick it in. It lasted two months. I replaced it again because I thought I had bumped the laptop while it was on, but no. The second replacement lasted 3 months, and I kept it almost completely stationary. I can only come to the conclussion that external drives are for ocassional use.
  12. Greetings. I have recently acquired a Celeritas II to replace an ancient Razer Lycosa keyboard from ages past. And I have been having a good experience thus far. The Flaretech Optical Switches are definitely something different for sure. I have been trying to learn more about the keyboard however, to see proper ways of cleaning, maintenance, maybe some instructions on how to replace the Switches, since Flaretech are supposedly easily removable from what I have been able to gather thus far. And the lack of reviews and material in English is kind of worrying, why is Zowie not that popular in the west? are they known for bad quality or something? If you had a Celeritas before or other Zowie peripherals for that matter, what was your experience like?
  13. Yes, this is mostly an experiment. No, this is not my main rig. I am just too silly to let an idea go once I get it. If you do dig though my older posts, you can find how they also told me my experiment with AMD's APUs and their Dual Graphics setup was not worth it for gaming, yet I was intrigued by the prospect. Well, my main rig is designed and constructed with that setup in mind, and no, it isn't worth the effort. Damn cheap to build though, I'll give it that. Once again, thanks for all your input. It's been a big help.