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About LizardsAreOP

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  • Location
    Lizard Headquarters , Waiting for my GeForce 259 !
  • Occupation


  • CPU
    i7 2700k (4.7 GHz)
  • Motherboard
    Asus Sabertooth Z77
  • RAM
    Kingston Savage 32GB (4x8gb) - 2400Mhz
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX TITAN Superclocked Signature
  • Case
    MS Falcon
  • Storage
    WD BLACK 2TB , Kingston HyperX 480GB , Asus ROG Raidr
  • PSU
    Corsair AX860i , Cable Mod Kit (Red)
  • Display(s)
    Asus ROG SWIFT PG278Q , Asus ROG SWIFT PG279Q
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Nepton 240mm
  • Keyboard
    MSI GK-701
  • Mouse
    Zowie FK2
  • Sound
    Logitech G230 , Audio-Technica M50x
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro (x64)
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  1. your an idiot to be honest i cant argue with somebody who does not understand
  2. how is that? the 4650 is a very slim GPU and your is a very thick one ??? :?
  3. Like they are gonna look what thermal paste he uses...he just says that he did not replace anything and its all good,the world is a tough place
  4. The GPU,get a r9 380,390 or RX 480 but depends on the prices in Italy
  5. Custom Water loops are hard to build and are expensive id rather have them built for me or just spend the money on something
  6. Your funny,i had experience with TV's and can tell you THERE is nothing you can do about 1080p being blurry its CAPABLE of 1080p but cant display 1080p properly thats why there called TV's there not supposed to be used as a monitor that close you would need to be far away understand? there is NO solution
  7. You sound like a little spoiled brat You cant fix it,i had a LG monitor which was a TV 1080p was blurry even tho it was capable of 1080p,just use the resolution that is the highest but not blurry
  8. But at 1680x1050 has 49 PPI hmmm...i had the similar problem with my LG monitor and personally settings cant be changed or anything its a 1080p TV not a monitor
  9. Its to big thats the point...1080p on a 40" TV has a PPI (PixelPerInch) of 50.07 which is low so the screen looks blurry
  10. I had the issue to,i bough a LG monitor/tv it WAS capable of 1080p but it was blurry so the resolution i set it to was 1366x768 can you please tell me the brand and serial number of the tv?
  11. You dont understand still...ITS NOT THE MONEY its the way they act forwards there customers i bough the GPU for the release price and was happy later to find out that the performance gain thru drivers was 0 and they ditched it...
  12. It was never a problem for modern motherboards,it was lowered with the new driver so older boards can use the card,lets see nvidia fail by stating "GTX 1060 PERFORMANCE OF A 980"
  13. I blame them yes not because of my decision because i love my Titan,but because they are money whores