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Loveluk

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  1. T300rs GT seems to be pretty good. Compatibility is not a choice concern since I will be playing on pc anyway. But PlayStation compatible racing wheel seems to be more common.
  2. I am looking to buy a racing wheel for my pc for around $500 Canadian. I want clutch, and force feed back. There is some option I found Logitech G29 and G920. I think they are the same just one for x box one for PS4. Thrustmaster TMX pro, T150 pro, T300 and TX. The major difference between the two brands are the force feed back. Logitech is gear drive and thrustmaster is belt drive, which force feed back is better? I also read some reviews online, I found they are mostly objective. Is there a clear winner here? I will appreciate any advice.
  3. I am thinking about buying a 960 EVO and I was looking at reviews from other people. There a quite a few cases of people's 960 EVO (and one review unit) fails within days of purchase, the shortest is only after 400MB of write. Is it really that unreliable?
  4. I was thinking about upgrading the SSD in my laptop recently, currently it's a SM951 256GB. I am almost running out of space. I am considering upgrading to a 500GB M.2 drive. So I did some researching on the internet, but it only confuse me more that it help. There is so many bench mark and each one will have a different result from another. I normally play games with my computer and it's going to be my boot drive, I want some fast loading time. I will also do some light video editing from time to time. I don't really have a budget, but I don't want to spent more than $300 unless the cost can be justifies with performance gain. Which one should I get? Here is some that I am considering. I will include link to manufacture and review I saw. Most review out there is for top capacity model only, which on paper is faster that smaller models. How does the around 500 GB model compares? High end Samsung 960 Pro 512GB Link to manufacture: http://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/minisite/ssd/product/consumer/960pro.html Review: http://www.anandtech.com/show/10754/samsung-960-pro-ssd-review Samsung 950 Pro 512GB Link to manufacture: http://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/minisite/ssd/product/consumer/950pro.html Review: http://www.anandtech.com/show/9702/samsung-950-pro-ssd-review-256gb-512gb There is the Corsair MP500 480GB It has a theoretical better performance, but from review I have seen it is not quite as fast the those about in benchmarks and in real life. Some say it's just the driver, but I am not sure. Link to manufacture: http://www.corsair.com/en/landing/mp500 Review: https://www.kitguru.net/components/ssd-drives/simon-crisp/corsair-force-mp500-480gb-ssd-review/ Mid Range Samsung 960 EVO 500GB Link to manufacture: http://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/minisite/ssd/product/consumer/960evo.html Review: http://www.anandtech.com/show/10833/the-samsung-960-evo-1tb-review Plextor M8Pe 512GB Link to manufacture: http://www.goplextor.com/Product/Detail/M8Pe(G)#/Features Review: http://www.anandtech.com/show/10909/the-plextor-m8pe-512gb-ssd-review OCZ RD400 512GB Link to manufacture: https://ocz.com/us/ssd/rd400-ssd.html Review: http://www.anandtech.com/show/10328/the-toshiba-ocz-rd400-pcie-ssd-review Low end PCie and SATA Intel 600p 512GB Link to manufacture: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/solid-state-drives/solid-state-drives-600p-series.html Review: http://www.anandtech.com/show/10850/the-intel-ssd-600p-512gb-review Samsung 850 EVO 500GB Link to manufacture: http://www.samsung.com/us/computing/memory-storage/solid-state-drives/ssd-850-evo-m-2-500gb-mz-n5e500bw/ Review: http://www.anandtech.com/show/9023/the-samsung-ssd-850-evo-msata-m2-review Crucial MX300 525GB Link to manufacture: http://www.crucial.com/usa/en/storage-ssd-mx300 Review: https://www.cnet.com/products/crucial-mx300/review/ *review is for 2.5", I can find review for M.2, but it should be similar Which one should I get or is there a better option out there? any help would be appreciated.
  5. I bought a Aorus X5v6 a week ago. I am having problem with the download speed with it in my room. I only got 1-2MB per second compare to the 3 I got on my old Toshiba laptop(according to steam) and about 4 time as bad lag. I decide to try again in my living room where the router is located. I got 3.8 with my Aorus. With is the listed speed for my home's internet(30Mbps, 3.75MB per second). I tried to move around a bit and figure out is the range causing the slow connection. I literally move back 2 meter and the speed drop to 3.2MB per second. I contacted Aorus support with little success so I Google it. I found out some Alienware and MSI with the killer card also have this problem. My question is: is this a defect on some product or is it just a characteristic of the Killer network card? If this is a characteristic of the network card, is the anything I can do to improve the situation? My house is fairly old, running a second router or just wire to my room is not very practical, so that solution is not viable. Any help would be appreciated.
  6. I recently noticed that the posting time for Linus tech tips has changed. It was some time in the morning and a couple day back they change it to afternoon (Toronto time). I wonder why they change it. I have been following the channel for a while and I am surprised by the schedule change. As far as I know, no one with a YouTube schedule has shift the upload time.
  7. Except faster Ram and better clock speed, is there any other change that will impact the performance? And by how much will the performance different out of the box?
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