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LordGrizzillaKreme

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About LordGrizzillaKreme

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1997-10-11

Contact Methods

  • Steam
    Vlad the Inhaler
  • Origin
    GrizzyKreme

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Toronto, Ontario
  • Interests
    Technology and Death Metal
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    i5 6600k
  • Motherboard
    MSI Gaming M5
  • RAM
    16GB GSKILL DDR4 2400
  • GPU
    MSI Gaming GTX 1070
  • Case
    Phanteks Eclipse P400
  • Storage
    250GB Samsung Evo / 2TB Seagate Barracuda
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNova GS 550
  • Display(s)
    ACER 1440p / ASUS 1080p
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i V2
  • Keyboard
    Corsair Strafe RGB Brown
  • Mouse
    Perixx M3000B
  • Sound
    Blue Mofi / Blue Snowball / Sennheiser 598 SE / SMSL SD793-II
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

Recent Profile Visitors

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  1. I replaced my phanteks fans and h100i fans with af120 fans. I agree with @bgibbz, there were no real changes in thermals however the build is almost dead silent. If the noise bothers you that much like my build was very loud and I use open headphones, go for it.
  2. I used to have some serious anger issues but I outgrew them a while back. Find a creative outlet for all that pent up rage. I personally developed a deep passion for music and started playing really extreme metal. Find a sport or hobby and use your anger to drive you forward in life. Trust me, you'll be much happier in your everyday and much better off in the end.
  3. The connections should be 3 pin. Follow the instructions on page 23 of the manual. (http://www.phanteks.com/assets/manuals/PH-EC416P_Western.pdf)
  4. For recording you would need a quieter switch. Reds, browns, or silent switches would be your best bet and stay away from blues. See if any store has them on display and go and test out a few keyboards with different switches.
  5. I know that ASUS has a card with a decent amount of LED's. MSI's gaming series cards have red leds on the front and an rgb logo on the top, but the Z cards have a backlit logo on the backplate. EVGA and Gigabyte cards also have a few leds.
  6. I play with 2 other people. Were lvls 18 - 25 but one of us is around 130 on PS4 so he understands the game very well. We would love more people to play with so we dont have to deal with the randoms that for some reason 1 in every 5 games we get a full team of Genji's.
  7. Have you tried turning the PSU so the fan faces downwards? If his case has a cutout for a PSU outtake, rotate it and try again.
  8. Make your own. Get a set of actual headphones and get a modmic and attach the mic to whichever side you want. "Gaming" headsets are usually just marketing and not very good with a few exceptions, one being the clouds. Get a Superlux 668B and put the modmic on the left side. Boom, better setup than any "gaming" headset and fully customizable.
  9. Also a ton of the people that work at best buy dont actually know much about tech and you can easily fool them into giving you crazy deals with the price match. The thing is your also less likely to get hired at best buy if you know a lot about tech since your less likely to spread their marketing bullshit to the public.
  10. I would say that its not worth. gaming doesn't use up too much data but YouTube is going to kill you. 4G is meant to be a phone plan and I would say is more that enough for mobile but the second you connect that to a pc its going to be gone very quickly.
  11. I just put my PC in the passenger seat and buckle it in when I take it to uni or LAN parties. The leg area in the back seat also works very well. If you're scared take out any parts that can move around like anything in the pci slots and make sure the hdd is secure but I wouldnt be too worried about it.
  12. I fully understand where their coming from. Its very similar to a patreon subscription. The paying consumers need a reason to pay for free content. This doesn't affect the YouTube audience in anyway. You still get the same flow of videos (new vid everyday) and important, time sensitive videos still get uploaded day one on YouTube. Their a business and they need to make money to support themselves and the company.
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