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Murasaki

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About Murasaki

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    2,264 posts

Profile Information

  • Occupation
    Picture framer

System

  • CPU
    i7 6700
  • Motherboard
    Asus H170 "Pro Gaming"
  • RAM
    16 gigs
  • GPU
    RX480 8gigs
  • Case
    Meshify C Dark
  • Storage
    2 SSDs and 1 HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA G3 750W
  • Display(s)
    Three
  • Cooling
    Four 120mm helicopters
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G413
  • Mouse
    Logitech G305
  • Sound
    Audio Technica ATH-M30X
  • Operating System
    MS-DOS 10

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  1. I can definitely say im way better with it now in comparison to when i first got it (it was horrendous). But still its not 100% on par with what ive used before in terms of accuracy. Maybe with more time it'll get there I hope. I definitely don't want clicky switches, they drive me INSANE.
  2. I'm playing beatmania style games so they're keyboard mashing pretty much. Amount of force needed for a press could be it but not really sure. Maybe travel distance or actuation point? People are calling me crazy when I try to explain and they just go "wtf its impossible for a mech to be worse than membrane", it's not what I mean at all but meh..
  3. Hello people. I have an interesting story for y'all. A few months ago I got a keyboard called Logitech G413 which is my first mechanical keyboard ever. The switches this keyboard came with are Romer-G Tactile, they're not very clacky which I was going for, overall feel nice, no qualms. That is until I tried playing music games like osu! or DJMAX with it. For some reason my accuracy plummited heavily in those games. How on Earth can that happen? I thought I was going crazy so I pulled out an old rubberdome IBM KB-9930 which ive BARELY used and everything was completely fine. I know nothing about switches and all that so I am seeking some information from all you people who are familiar with this stuff. Any clue what is going on? Are these switches that bad to be worse than an actual rubberdome? Am I just not used to mechanical keyboards?
  4. Because earlier Windows versions were basically running ontop of DOS.
  5. Tech scams can get boring fast as its pretty much the same thing over and over really.
  6. Please return this thing you have been scammed, new one costs 450$ on amazon. 500 euro for it USED is wrong and it might cost you even more to get it running properly.
  7. I guess this has something to do with China banning foreign technology?
  8. I see, glad its resolved. Edit: ah shit here we go again
  9. Reason why i dont want to go 144 is to spoil my eyes. Once you go one tier above you cant go back, just like SSDs.
  10. When I see another "how to make your old pc go faster" video I just hide it from my feed and say "SSD"

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