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Rupe

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About Rupe

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1994-11-12

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Surrey, UK

System

  • CPU
    i7 7700k @Stock
  • Motherboard
    Asus Prime Z270-A
  • RAM
    Corsair LPX 16GB 3200 MHz
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 1080 Armor OC
  • Case
    Phanteks P400s
  • Storage
    SSD: Sandisk Ultra 2 960GB SATA M.2: 500GB Western Digital Blue HDD: Seagate Barracuda 2TB
  • PSU
    Gigabyte B700H
  • Display(s)
    AOC G2460PF 1080p 144Hz
  • Cooling
    be quiet! Dark Rock 3
  • Keyboard
    Cheap Mechanical
  • Mouse
    Logitech G900, Razer Deathadder Chroma, Corsair Scimitar
  • Sound
    Astro A50 Gen 3
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home

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  1. Rupe

    Parents won't let me spend my own money

    That would be one rich kid
  2. I agree, a good app should try to pair you with those you are most likely to want to go out with. Not attempt to try and get you to date people you have less preference too due to some ideological reason. This doesn't only include race of course but other factors as well.
  3. Nope all PvE co-op with your friends, storyline and everything
  4. Rupe

    PC SHUTTING DOWN When opening games

    I would recommend having a look at this
  5. Rupe

    PC SHUTTING DOWN When opening games

    I have just had a quick google of that PSU and it doesn't seem to have the best reputation. It probably is an issue with the PSU but don't think you need to get anything more than 650w. Just a better brand
  6. Rupe

    PC SHUTTING DOWN When opening games

    650w is more than enough for your setup. The question really is if there is something wrong with your configuration or if the PSU is faulty
  7. Rupe

    Should I buy this LG G5 (and it's accessories)

    As someone who has been using the G5 for a while now, I feel like I can answer your question. The battery life is not great, although get a second battery (as I can see in your basket) and keep that on you and take advantage of that feature. Plus if you are getting it second hand it's worth getting a new battery anyway. The screen looks great to me. The camera I think is really good and it's nice to have the wide angle option as well. It uses USB-C. The fingerprint scanner is fast and consistent. Now one issue, the phone has a tendency for the GPS to go wrong. I had to get mine repaired and it's a known issue that this phones GPS will fairly often go wrong. There is a fix for it and the phone is really easy to open up, just two screws no hot glue or anything https://forum.xda-developers.com/lg-g5/how-to/gps-issues-demystified-t3707934. And the GPS might not go wrong. Just had to mention it. The processor is a Snapdragon 820 which is still a decent chip, 2016 flagship chip. Assuming the GPS plays nice I think it ticks all your boxes.
  8. In games like fortnite and csgo you'll still be able to take advantage of that 144hz screen, for pubg and bo4 you're probably gonna wanna upgrade that Processor, as @Cigano said, very good socket for upgradability. 2400mhz RAM is slow for ryzen as ryzen benefits much more from faster RAM than intel so it's a bit of a shame you got 2400mhz RAM. You could try and overclock it though. Plus you're probably gonna wanna upgrade to 16gbs at some point
  9. Me and 3 friends blasted through Magicka 2 when it came out, had a great time, it was funny how we got better and not killing each other as we progressed. Borderlands 2/Pre-sequel are also fun to do co-op little boring by yourself
  10. Rupe

    Black Ops 4 Already Dying?

    So you posted a screenshot showing what exactly? That at some period of time it had 22k viewers. Really informative post....
  11. Rupe

    Which gaming mouse, headset should I buy?

    HyperX Cloud Flights is a good relatively affordable wireless headset. If you want wired probably best go for headphones something like Sennheiser 559 or more expensive Sennheiser 600, as you already have a mic. As for mouse, the Logitech G Pro Wireless is hot shit right now. Lightweight, great sensor and good shape. Also it's wireless with logitechs wireless tech can't go wrong. Wired mouse and something cheaper the Steelseries rival 310, Logitech G403. Zowie do mice that are particularly popular among FPS players, the EC2B (Ergo shape) or FK2 (ambidextrous). This Youtuber who plays allot of Quake rates mice http://www.rocketjumpninja.com/top-40/, of course, he is rating them as an FPS player so keep that in mind
  12. Rupe

    CS:GO mouse on sec. Monitor

    I know razer synapse has been known to cause this issue specifically in CSGO. If you are using it try turning it off and running CSGO
  13. Rupe

    what is better high resolution or higher refresh rates?

    Just throwing it out there I'm of the same opinion as @Vasllo that 144hz 1440p is the way to go. People have been downplaying how good 144hz is to 60hz but I find the difference to be significant. I immediately notice if my settings have been reset to 60 hz it seems very jarring, which happened in the game battalion 1944 a few times. It obviously depends on what kind of games you like playing to a certain extent as if you are playing Cities Skylines/Civilization it's probably not going to matter as much. But for most games, particularly First person shooters 144hz makes a big difference.
  14. Rupe

    New mouse?

    True but I think it's very unlikely they set up an unfair test/cheated and there are many other good reasons to believe wireless tech is as good as wired
  15. Rupe

    New mouse?

    Don't worry about the wireless technology it's as good as wired mice now on Logitech Wireless gaming mice. The G305 is a great budget wireless mouse. It's also a thing of 'Is it actually any different' and it turns out it's not. Go back to Linus's original video in the logitech labs with the G900 and you can see they compared it to the Wired Deathadder and it had better latency. So no, when it comes to logitechs wireless tech it's not a person to person thing it's a numbers thing. Do I even need to mention all the CSGO pros who have since moved to using Wireless logitech mice as well.
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