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Ging06

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About Ging06

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 2001-12-23

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core 4770k @3.5GHz OC'd to 4.5GHz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte GA-Z87-HD3
  • RAM
    Kingston (2x8)
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 760
  • Case
    Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX TG
  • Storage
    SanDisk 128GB SSD + 2TB WD Black
  • PSU
    Cooler Master 600W
  • Display(s)
    Packard Bell Viseo243D
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken X62 w/ Case Fans ofc
  • Keyboard
    CoolerMaster Master Keys Pro S RGB (Cherry MX Brown)1
  • Mouse
    Razer Naga Epic Chroma
  • Sound
    HyperX Cloud II
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Ging06

    ADSL Modem + Router Combo

    Hey there, So I've recently purchased a new router, the Archer C7, and I'd like to use it along with the adsl modem my isp provided. I've tried bridging the 2 but it drastically hinders my internet speeds. How else would I be able to get them to work together efficiently without affecting my internet speeds greatly? Regards, Ryan
  2. Ging06

    Mouse Tracking Issues

    Bump. Really frustrating
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    Mouse Tracking Issues

    I guess no one knows the issue?
  4. Ging06

    Mouse Tracking Issues

    Razer Naga Epic Chroma doesnt have the option, I may have to move on too considering how often it happens ;(
  5. Ging06

    Mouse Tracking Issues

    I have multiple times.
  6. Ging06

    Mouse Tracking Issues

    Hey there! So about 1 month ago I purchased a new Razer Naga Epic Chroma, upgrading from its predecessor the razer naga 2014. I had never had issues until the last couple months with the naga, the cursor would freeze up and just spazz all over the screen occasionally. After that I decided it was time to change, so I got the Razer Naga Epic Chroma, which was doing fine for a bit less than a month. The problem was the same problem I had with the previous naga, just spazzed all over the screen and froze randomly, pretty frequently. I decided it was time to get it replaced after I tried everything in my power and knowledge to fix it. For the first week of the replacement coming in it was doing perfectly fine, but whenever I plug it in with the wire it just stars to spazz out all over the screen, and occasional freeze. When it is wireless there is rare freezing but I bought this mouse to be able to use it wired/wireless, and this is preventing me from doing so. This problem also occurs in the bios, I do not have another pc to test it but I'm going over to a friends soon and could test it there. I really hope I do not need to get it replaced / refunded as I am very fond of this mouse, could there be a comparability issue with my system setup? MOBO: Gigabyte Z87 (not sure exact model) CPU: i7 4770k @4.5GHZ GPU: 760 PSU: Cooler Master 600W Thank you for your time, Ryan.
  7. Ging06

    Dell Gaming S2417DG vs BenQ XL2430T

    Amazing! I love hearing that everyone who purchased it and have seen it commend it, I was scared is was one of those too good to be true monitors honestly. Thanks, I've found this one others forums too but I appreciate the information still. I'll be purchasing this in the coming week, thanks to all again, Ryan.
  8. Ging06

    Bottleneck

    Oh great! That really put my mind to ease. I really appreciate all of your comments and thanks
  9. Ging06

    Bottleneck

    Hey there! So, I'm looking into purchasing a new GPU, mainly for the reason that my gaming experience is slowly dwindling as the fps is getting lower and lower. My current gpu is a GTX 760, it's done wonders for the past couple years but its time for an upgrade, I was thinking of a 1070. I was looking into upgrading my whole pc, but I do not have a high enough budget to purchase a graphics card along with all the other components, so I thought I might buy just the GPU. My current build: - CPU: i7 4770k @4.5Ghz - GPU: GTX 760 - MOBO: Gigabyte GA-Z87-HD3 - RAM: 16GB Naked Kingston sticks I have concerns that it would be a dumb thing to just upgrade the gpu, I'm fairly confident that the cpu will bottleneck me to such a length that it wouldn't even be worth purchasing the gpu. My questions: Will the CPU Bottleneck the gpu to a point of making it obsolete? Should I go for an older card like a 970, and save a couple more hundred euro to upgrade the whole PC? Are there any other options? Thank you for taking your time to read this, Ryan.
  10. Hey there! To start off, I'm fairly confident that this is the correct section to post in, and if not I apologize and please tell me! So, I've been interested in purchasing a new monitor for a while, and after scanning through every monitor within my budget, its come down to 2, the "Dell Gaming S2417DG" and the "BenQ XL2430". This monitor is mainly for competitive games such as CS:GO, but I would also like a nice all around monitor along with the capabilities for esports. The BenQ XL2430T is pretty notorious within the esports scene as a reliable and efficient monitor. The dell gaming is fairly new and isn't really seen as a go to monitor in the gaming scene. My mind is kind of headed towards the dell, mainly for the 1440p, OC to 165Hz, the thin bezel and G-Sync, which the BenQ lack. These features are not necessary, but considering how often I get a monitor, I think investing it one with such features would make sense. I would really appreciate if you guys could give me some personal experience with the monitors or some pros and cons not found on articles and such. Thank you for taking your time to read this, Ryan.
  11. Ging06

    Laptop Choice

    Ill look at other laptops, thanks to all of you for opening my eyes on how trash the razer is before I invest so much money into it.
  12. Ging06

    Laptop Choice

    I looked at the MBP with the Radeon, but the bloody thing costs nearly 3.4k, way too much for me.
  13. Ging06

    Laptop Choice

    I've got a PC, that can run 90% of new games. I'm looking for a laptop that I will be able to use for school (compulsory), as I will be out and busy much more after this summer, so I'd like to be able to game on it. Also, "Razer says it should be good for about 5 hours of runtime." I've read lots of articles and the answers are all different. Most tend to give the battery life of gaming only and not just browsing the web, writing documents etc.. I've read it is around 7 hours but I don't trust the source completely. Are there ways of saving battery like disabling the GPU when not gaming? Thanks for the reply, Ryan.
  14. Hey there, I need some help with choosing my laptop. I've been looking through the internet for a few days now just looking at the options I have for a laptop. At the end my mind is mainly focused on the Razer Blade (2017 Edition, with the 1060 and Kaby Lake) and the MacBook Pro 13" (This one to be exact: https://www.scanmalta.com/newstore/computing/laptops/macbook/apple-macbook-pro-mpxw2b-a-13-space-grey-w-touch.html) . Both are able to carry out most task I plan on shooting at them, but as a gamer, the ability and freedom to be able to game on the go is a huge bonus! I'm mostly leaning towards the razer, due the reason it has a 1060 inside it. My main concerns are the reliability and battery life. This laptop will not only be for my leisure and entertainment, but I'd like to use it for school. I'm taking a software development course and also some english literature on the side. For the school part I plan on writing essays, doing research and of course opening up the programs needed for my software development. So how is the battery life in the new Razer Blade? (Cannot find accurate answers online) (Preferred if I could get an answer such as Idle=X, Small Load such as web browsing=X, and Intensive Load=X) X Being the hours it would last. Will it last me a few years (Without variables)? For the MacBook, my main concern is the GPU in the MacBook, it just wont cope with the games I play. Though, I've heard great things about the reliability and the battery life (After the issue ofc), but as a gamer it's just not me to have a laptop that cannot game. Priority is school so if the Razer cannot cope with battery and such, Ill go with the Mac. P.S Budget is around 2400 Euros. Thank you for taking your time reading my thread, and helping me out Ryan,
  15. Ging06

    DSL Problem

    Thanks for the efforts, I've worked out a solution which involves changing the provider. Turns out the old provider was using a different method, and the new provider allows the home line not to be connected to the modem. Therefore I can connect the homephone where it was, all I had to do was change provider. Thanks again and sorry for the late reply mate!
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