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About KingSpycrab

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  1. What case do you recommend for the HTC 10 that isn't too bulky/ugly but will at least slightly protect your phone?
  2. So I recently upgraded the RAM in my laptop from 6GB to 14GB, due to the constant transfer of data from RAM to my page file causing a lot of lag in various games(for example, Overwatch loved to take forever to load in character models, maps, etc. even after running the game for hours). There was an obvious change for the better after upgrading, with game data loading fast and staying. I let NVIDIA GeForce Experience decide what settings I should use after upgrading, even though NGE has NEVER given me good settings, and while they work for the first hour of gameplay, the performance drops due to possible thermal throttling or just too much work on my laptop. Here are my specs; I'd like to know what people with similar specs are using for settings and what everyone recommends for smooth gameplay: Toshiba Qosmio X70-A(late 2013) Microsoft Windows 10 Home Intel i5-4200M(2.5GHz) NVIDIA GTX 770M 14GB DDR3 RAM @ 1600MHz Let me know if you need anything else, thanks!
  3. A mostly broken Razer Blackshark, a Razer Naga 2014, an old generic mousepad, and the default keyboard that came with my computer. These all look awesome, especially the headset!
  4. This looks like the perfect alternative to a standard projector for events that are in small places but have a lot of people. This looks like a really high definition projector as well, and I can't wait to hear more from LG about their lineup.
  5. After a quick Google search(should've done this first), I found that Linux's form of registry is kept in text files stored in several locations. What I want to know is if this is slower/faster than the Windows Registry and, as mentioned in the Techquickie video, if the use of text files hinders the ability of software to communicate with the OS and other software.
  6. While discussing the differences between Windows and Linux, those in support of Linux often mention "Registry Rot" as the major flaw with the Windows OS. From personal experience, I can attest that Post-Windows XP machines that run slow are usually because of bad software, and not because of the OS itself. What are your experiences? Do you think that Registry Rot is real, or just an excuse to tout Linux above Windows? Does Linux have an alternative to the Windows Registry that performs the same functions with equal efficiency? Do you think that machines slowing over time is because of the OS or 3rd Party Software? I'd appreciate everyone's input on the matter, especially if you have experience using both Windows and Linux. Thanks!
  7. My main computer currently doesn't have an SSD boot drive, so having one for a fresh install of windows would be excellent.
  8. I would love to get my hands on the Kova White!