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HappyDog_420

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About HappyDog_420

  • Title
    Member

System

  • CPU
    Intel i7 8700K
  • Motherboard
    MSI Pro Gaming Carbon Z370
  • RAM
    16gb DDR4 G.Skill Trident Z 3000mhz
  • GPU
    EVGA gtx1070 FTW edition
  • Case
    Coolermaster H500P
  • Storage
    250gb nvme.2 || 240gb Crucial SSD || 500gb Samsung 850evo SSD || 1TB Seagate HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair RM 650x
  • Display(s)
    BenQ Zowie 27" 144hz
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i v2
  • Keyboard
    Logitech Orion 810
  • Mouse
    Logitech g402
  • Sound
    Logitech z623
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • PCPartPicker URL

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Bomb Site B
  • Interests
    Linus' socks & sandals
  • Biography
    I like Linus' socks & sandals
  • Occupation
    Looking at Linus' socks & sandals
  1. Never bought one but every time I find myself trying one in my local Techstore, they seem to allow one way of sitting only, can't lean on one side. Furthermore I'm 190cm (6'2.66), the "shoulder-rests" are pushing against my back instead and the head rest against my neck. Got the Markus from IKEA, it's a good chair for tall people.
  2. I never had one, but my brother and best friend got one and consider it the best mouse. I got the g402 for no particular reason years ago, I got so much used to it that it's the only model I can game with. Anyway, I digress: Indeed I suggest the G502
  3. Yes, it was 4-5 years ago. So maybe it got better now
  4. Mouse: Razer Deathadder. Felt awfully cheap, it was too light and the texture made my hand slip the whole time. Razer synapse did not allow me to choose 2160dpi but only 2100 or 2200. EDIT: it was around 2013
  5. RAM constant +50% Usage

    Now I've put everything back like it was and my usage is now back to normal... Weird?
  6. RAM constant +50% Usage

    My PC boots normally with both sticks individually. But this is interesting, 46-49% usage on idle with 8gb (1stick) on both individual stick. Is windows just gonna constantly take 50% because it can?
  7. RAM constant +50% Usage

    Here is a screenshot of my PC running at idle
  8. RAM constant +50% Usage

    how do I see if my "RAM is good"? Screenshot is posted on previous answer
  9. RAM constant +50% Usage

    here, ignore malwarbytes. But you can see that even without malwarebytes scanning and Google Chrome, it would run at around 50% I really don't think 50% usage reflects the amount and latency of my RAM
  10. Hi community, I don't know if it's an issue or not. I have 16GB DDR4 3200mhz in my rig, but I'm a constant 50-55% RAM usage at idle (windows10). I can't identify a good reason for it other than A LOT of small processes taking up my ressources. Does that mean, that if I only had 8GB, I'd be at 100% usage? Although Linus said in a more recent video, 8gb was enough for a gamer? Can someone tell me if there's indeed an issue and/or enlighten me about the subject?
  11. PUBG TPP vs FPP

    Haha but that isn't really the issue. I just wondered what people's opinion were in order to situate mine
  12. Uploading music on Youtube

    Sadly, my knowledge of the law is pretty basic so I don't know copyright law in any depth whatsoever. At the legal level, what is the difference between playing the music at a party and uploading it on youtube without monetization and the (obsolete) disclaimer?
  13. Uploading music on Youtube

    How does it work?
  14. PUBG TPP vs FPP

    Hi community, I definitely don't think it's right for me to feel that way, but I feel embarrassed watching TPP gameplay on PUBG. It looks clumsy: the funny movement, the weird peeking and lazy aiming from TPP gameplay looks ridiculous to me. Furthermore, being able to gather visual information around you without taking some risks in such a game is incoherent. And it promotes camping, passive and boring gameplay. In my honest, personal and subjective opinion, I play FPP because it requires increased awareness, puts more emphasis on aiming skills rather than "TPP hipfire RNG", requires you to take risks in order to gather information which in turn discourages camping, is way more immersive and intense, and encourages the further use of your auditory senses to acquire further information. All in all, all of this makes me think that FPP rewards skill more than TPP. What do you guys think? Remember: I'm aware it's my own insignificant opinion and it does not apply as an immovable truth for the whole galaxy. So please debate the subject but don't attack the author. (TL;DR no h8 pls)
  15. Uploading music on Youtube

    Like Linus always says: "So... it depends." :b
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