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About OutlawedConsole

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  • Birthday 2000-08-05

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  • Gender
  • Location
    Glued to my 1440p monitor
  • Interests
    League of Legends, Tennis, Traveling (Dubai? Hopefully)


  • CPU
    Intel 4670k @ 3.4 Ghz
  • Motherboard
    Asus VI Hero LGA 1150
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance Pro 2x4 GB
  • GPU
    Asus CU II GTX 780
  • Case
    Fractal Design R4
  • Storage
    WD Black 2tb
  • PSU
    Corsair 760i
  • Display(s)
    Ghetto Korean 1440p Monitor
  • Cooling
    Corsiar H80i
  • Keyboard
    Razer Death Stalker
  • Mouse
    Razer Death Adder
  1. I have 2 monitors- one is a 27" 1440p monitor, the other problematic monitor is 23" Dell S2340m- this monitor needs to be set to 1080p I have gone into the settings and it claims it is 1080p but it's quite obvious it isn't the resolution is much lower and no matter what I change I can't seem to fix it. For the S2340m I am using the Vga cable into a vga to hdmi adapter and then I used the hdmi cable to plug it into my pc. So VGA->HDMI->PC. The orientation of both are landscape and the displays are extended. Thank you very much for your help
  2. Hi Guys, Would two 1080p monitors, one running league of legends ( not a highly demanding game) and one running obs, a program used to livestream, strain the xfx amd 7700? I thought that it would be able to handle it but I'm not 100% sure Thanks Guys
  3. gtx 770, if you go much higher you risk the chance of bottlenecking
  4. No, but some kids at my school tried to start one and posted it on social media. They wanted random people to dress in velvet and bring cupcakes. Boy did they have a fun time in the principals office.
  5. Lego Star Wars 2-- keep in mind I was 6 and HOTH FRCKIN BATTLE was impossible
  6. Any other suggestions other than ethernet?
  7. Could it also just be a simple problem of having too many things blocking the signal. The card's receptors are buried in a corner behind two monitors and my huge Fractal r4- could that be it?
  8. 1 & 2 have been taken care of since I'm typing this right now 3. Yes 4. did that 5. did that 6. I'm a kid so definitely yes 7.yup EDIT: How about 8- call comcast and rage about crappy internet and how they need to fix their crap
  9. Thank you! I'll see if it works
  10. Ok so about half the time I start up my computer Windows 8 says my wi-fi is limited. I run the troubleshooting program and it says to restart my modem/router. The wi-fi on my phone works fine so that's obviously not the problem. I have even gotten a new wi-fi card (ethernet is impossible for me). One thing I notice is when I click on the wifi symbol of the taskbar, the menu on the side at the top says Wi-fi 2. Is this because I have another card or something else? If you need me to provide any additional information just ask and I will. Thank you for your help. Oh yeah, and if i run the troubleshooting program enough, or I restart my computer the wi-fi will work fine. I am completely puzzled. (i'm bad with wifi)
  11. ^^ Price doesn't matter- Feel free to add any other suggestions under $200 but above $100. Thank you!
  12. that will be kinda close- if you're willing to risk it go for it, but I would get a slight upgrade to make sure everything is fine
  13. You might want to stay away from my room