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About noscope420YOLO

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  • CPU
    i5 6600K
  • Motherboard
    MSi Z170A Krait Gaming
  • RAM
    8GB DDR4 HyperX
  • GPU
    Sapphire R9 390
  • Case
    Fractal Design R4
  • Storage
    500GB 840 EVO, 2TB Barracuda
  • PSU
    RMx 750
  • Cooling
    Dark Rock Pro 3
  • Keyboard
    Logitech K750
  • Mouse
    Razer Ouroboros
  • Sound
    5.1 JBL
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. AMD is back! My R9 390 would love to find a new home if I would get the 480. Thanks for the giveaway!
  2. I can see that however why would they then compare the G900 to other mice if it were just showing how logitech test their mice, it was an advertisement for the G900 using an what seems like empirical evidence
  3. Now we have a video showing off the strengths of Logitech's G900 179 Euro gaming mouse. I have a problem with the fact that this video not only is sponsored by Logitech by the fact that the testing using Logitech's testing equipment. Every scientist knows any experiment or test can be shaped to achieve a certain goal and in this case it was to make a product look favorable compared to others. You can easily spot this in the video. The G900 obviously works using 5Ghz connection, so in a unbiased experiment regarding interference you would assume that they would create 5Ghz interference as well as 2.4Ghz interference, however they clearly do not as is seen at 4:58 in the video. Now is 5Ghz better for a mouse, yes probably as they do not suffer from the same interference issues as 2.4 Ghz does, now does that make the 'experiment' or 'test' that they did ok, no it does not. If it was the goal for Linustechtips to review or test this product they might test range which might be useful for some couch gamers, this is where you would not want a wired mouse or a 5Ghz mouse as the range would not be as good, thus might have been cleverly left out of the Logitech testing suite. Not only that but the click test for example showed how large the standard deviation was huge, at 13:20 you can see that their were only 33 samples too little to form a valid conclusion. I write this rant because I want people to be more vary of videos on Youtube and tests in general. I am a big fan of LTT and as a fan I am disappointed to see a Channel that prides themselves not letting their reviews get influenced by the companies that make their product when this video clearly shows how Logitech did just that. I am sure the G900 is a great mice and I am not disputing that fact, I am disputing what LTT calls testing in their review. LTT please do not let companies sponsor the testing of their products, I do not trust when companies test their own products and neither should you (and yes in this video it is essentially Logitech testing the product, when I see Luke using and setting up his own equipment then it would be Luke testing it). Thank you for reading my rant, good day and please leave your comments down below.
  4. So my friend had bought a new motherboard, hooked it up and then his computer ran so badly he could not even run basic programs without waiting forever, core clock was always lower than it should be and benchmarks were ridiculously bad. Having skyped with him for hours trying to figure out what was causing the issue. He swapped out the new motherboard to put in the old one and still had the same issue. Then I had the ingenious idea that it might be windows power saving... High Performance so that was not the problem but upon further thought and extensive google searching. I asked him to check the advanced settings and for some reason the maximum and minimum processor state were at 5%.... 5%. So I wanted to ask if anyone here might know why the settings were changed and hopefully help anyone wondering why their computer is as slow as a laptop from the 1990's.