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leyo96

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  1. Macrium reflect. We live in 2019 and you do your backup manually....
  2. Ok but with what program? That's my question
  3. Well, I know it. That's exaclty why I asked which is the best way to do a back up as you'd do with time machine
  4. As the title say what's the best way to back up my pc so if I lose a file, I get a virus, I have a drive failure, ecc. I'd be able to recover my system with no problems? Time machine is the only thing I miss from Mac Os since switching a long time ago.
  5. P20 pro I can find it used as new for 340€ but it has a major flaw I didn't notice before: no headphone jack!
  6. I'm 22, the house isn't mine and I don't think it's none of your business. Either way even if I was god rich I see no reason to spend more than that on a phone when they can't last me more than two years.
  7. I don't know, I like that I can access my photos without having to wait if I'm somewhere my data is slow (like in my summerhouse)
  8. Hello guys, I'm looking for a new phone! I'd like to spend under 400€ since I really mistreat my phones and they don't last very long for me, but I see that at around 400/450€ you can get a really good phone so probably that's the better price point. By far the most important thing in a phone for me has to be the camera, especially photos, I care less for videos. Second thing battery life, at least getting a full day. For "raw power" and speed I just need it to don't lag while using it normally, I don't play any games on my phone, just regular use of social network, maps, YouTube, Netflix, web browsing. Once I'd have said that screen is important in a phone, but my phone screen has been broken for few months and I don't really care. If it's oled it's better, but camera and battery are by far more important. I was considering the Google Pixel 3a at 400 € but I have a big concern with having oy 64 GB of storage. Rn I have 32GB + 64GB SD card and I use like 70 GB total and I deleted my Spotify songs (but I have to download them again). If the Pixel 3a is really worth it I could delete like 25GB of photos and videos (I have them on my pc). Then I was thinking of the p20 pro but it's more expensive at like 450€. What do you think? What would you recommend me? Thank you
  9. Hello, I'm looking for a new gaming monitor and can't decide which one to pick. I already have a really good 27in 4k 60Hz monitor so this monitor would be purely for gaming. Panel performance (response time and input lag) comes before picture quality (it's my second screen), but if I can get something with decent colors and contrast it'd be better. I don't care about the stand, I'm going to use a Vesa mount. I have a rtx 2080 and mainly play fps games (Apex legends and csgo are the one I'm playing the most rn) and I can still use the 4k 60Hz monitor for more cinematic games. After some reaserches I have to decide between one of these three: -AOC AGON AG271QX: 466€ -Dell S2719DGF: 455€ -Asus PG278QR: 490€ USED (bought in july so I still have the warranty, two years in Italy, it's in my city so I can check it before buying it) What do you suggest me and why? If you have other suggestions let me know Thanks
  10. On reddit a guy told me that 165Hz is worse than 144Hz for Gtg and Input lag, do you know anything about it? "The 165hz monitors are designed as 144hz monitors. The 165hz is an overclock which the hardware does not handle well. Even the G2G response is worse on 165hz as well http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/images/asus_rog_swift_pg279q/response_8.png http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/images/asus_rog_swift_pg279q/response_7.png "
  11. Hello, I'm looking to buy a new 2k gaming monitor and so I did a research on the various options and I was wondering if getting a 165Hz monitor is worth it considering the 120Hz ULMB that you'd get as well in a 144Hz monitor. (In this case I'm talking about the Asus PG278QR) I know that in side scrollers or rts games ULMB it's the better option, but what about fps games? I mainly play Apex and Csgo. Does ULMB add input lag? Is it worth to not use Gsync to have ULMB? (I'd still use G-sync uncapped since I don't want the added input lag but at least I won't get tearing when I drop under 165 (or 144) fps. Thanks
  12. Hello, I received suggestions to get this monitor but there aren't any reviews from my top 3 monitor reviews sites (tft central, pcmonitors, rtings) so I'd like to hear your opoinion about this monitor. I already have a really good 27in 4k monitor so this monitor would be purely for gaming. Panel performance (response time and input lag) comes before picture quality (it's my second screen), so how is the response time and input lag compared to other IPS panels and to TN panels? I don't care about the stand, I'm going to use a Vesa mount. I have a rtx 2080 and mainly play fps games (Apex legends and csgo are the one I'm playing the most rn) and I can still use the 4k 60Hz monitor for more cinematic games. -Price in Italy: 460€ Other popular 2k gaming monitor prices: -Samsung LC27HG70: 480€ -DELL S2719DGF: 496€ -HP OMen 27: 617€ -Acer Predator XB271HUA (TN): 560€ -Acer Predator XB271HUA (IPS): 750€ -AOC AGON AG271QX: 473€ -Asus ROG SWIFT PG279Q: 775€ Thank you!
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