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About Hyper_panda369

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 2700x
  • Motherboard
    x470 Aorus Ultra Gaming
  • RAM
    2x4GB 2400Mhz vengance + 2x8GB 3200Mhz Vengance
  • GPU
    Strix GTX 960 2GB
  • Case
  • Storage
    860 evo 500GB + semi broken 1TB HDD + external 256GB HDD
  • PSU
    650w Be quiet
  • Display(s)
    2x1920x1080 21inch + 32inch 1366x768
  • Cooling
    Ryzen Wrath RGB
  • Keyboard
    Corsair Strafe Mk2
  • Mouse
    Corsair Harpoon
  • Sound
    Corsiar HS60 7.1
  • Operating System
    Win 10 pro

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  1. he has a home Windows Desktop but he brought a MacBook Pro for school because it was eaiser for him to use, he didnt plan on playing games at school, but we have alot of free periods so he is very bored and wants to play games. I will get him to use boot camp, and he is get him to get a external ssd to put it all on
  2. Is there anyway to download uplay launcher on MacOS, my friend wants to play ghost recon in breaks with me but he has a MacBook Pro for school is there any way he can download Uplay and play Ghost Recon Wildlands with me?
  3. it looks like a good laptop, but if you not buying it now then i would only lightly look into laptops, because buy next year there could be a better cheaper one, this was the case with me and my HP OMEN 15, i brought it for £850 but then 2 weeks later a better one came out and it was the same price, and i didnt even need a laptop for another week
  4. the thing is the morphie power banks are meant to extend the battery life of ultra books, small very power efficient laptops, not 15inch performance laptops like the Zephyrus s, the power you would get from the power bank will make it not worth it, you have to carry around 2 to get any practical battery life out of it, keep in mind the Zephyrus s says it can do 65W type c charging, but I does this a very slow speed because of the amount of power the laptop consumes because of its H series i7, 144hz display, and RTX 2060, as well as I just realised the Zephyrus s is a 17inch laptop, meaning everything I just said but worse
  5. im not an expert but i know 4GB of vram will do you for anything up to 6k past that you might get a bit of a bottle neck but, nothing game changing or something that would hinder productivity greatly
  6. i havent seen or heard any issues, so i dont think its a problem, considering its from the Thinkpad line the build quallity is very high so thermals shouldnt be an issue. i had a 1050 in my old laptop and it ran photoshop fine, i was reading up about it and i found out that adobe programs tend to not know how to use the "gaming graphics cards" like a 1060, but they know how to use a Quadro card really well and thats what the ThinkPad P1 has
  7. i was just thinking you need a massive powerbank to charge a 15inch laptop, prob on the size of an ipad (but alot thicker of course). tbh i thought that laptop would weigh alot more, i can only think because it weighs less its got a smaller battery.
  8. battery life is a big problem and just carrying around a power bank is not a great solution. I would understand carrying around a power bank for something like a blade stealth or XPS 13, but a 15 inch gaming laptop just doesn’t seem worth it at all, you will only get probably and extra half of your laptops battery life making it all just not worth it, as well as it will probably be REALLY heavy to carry around. my friend had a alien ware for school and got rid of it within 3 weeks because of how heavy it was to carry around, and he was a pretty strong guy. another thing with graphics, in my opinion you are over estimating how much GPU performance you need, a MacBook Pros GPU will easily be enough to run lightroom and photoshop, because that is what the MacBook’s are designed to run, hence the "Retina display", 500 nits, 25% more colours than sRGB (just listing what apple says). the Mac has great battery life, a lot better than anything else in this category, as well as its running MacOS so everything just runs a bit faster if you are really against the MacBook Pro, then have a look at the ThinkPad P1 Gen 2, it has a i7, "Dolby Vision™ 4K OLED", and an optional "X-Rite Pantone® calibration" (I dont know if it is good or not, they are just boasting about it on their website). it is running a Quadro card, meaning adobe lightroom can actually utilise the GPU, and it has average battery life. no need for chunky power bank.
  9. A MacBook Pro, has a great screen with amazing, colour. it has type c charging and thunderbolt 3 for Q U I C C file transfer. MacOS will take some time to get used to, but it is well worth it. Because MacOS is well optimised, everything runs alot faster, the way i look at it, is an i5 on Mac, is the same performace as an i7 on windows, its a bad way to look at it, but from what iv seen its mostly true All adobe programs are on MacOS, and if you need to use a windows one, you can just use bootcamp.
  10. I had an HP OMEN 15 from 2 years ago, had a i7-7700HQ, GTX 1050, 8GB ram, 256GB of storage but it had a "4 hour" battery life (i averaged just 1.5 hours, or 2 hours if i was just using chrome and word), and when it wasnt plugged in (half of the time) it had terriable performace. i sold this laptop and im looking for a new one that is a bit more practical iv looked around the internet for ages, but cant find anything or just cant make up my mind. theses are what im looking for in a laptop -3 hour battery life at least -i7 or Ryzen 7 (i would perfer a H over U series) -some kind of dedicated graphics, but not over kill. -a good screen with high nits, (there is alot of light in my collage, and i could bearly see my old laptops screen,) -16GB of ram (or more but dont need it) -500GB SSD (i need an SSD for what im doing) -15 inch or lower, (my bag cant fit a 17 inch) -something just practical in genral. sorry for any bad grammer or spelling mistakes, im not the greatest at english and btw im in the UK
  11. Thank you for showing me this website, but it has a very high shipping costs and there will prob be high import prices, making the laptop not worth it thank you for showing me the site tho, it is very good
  12. i dont think i could get them from china because of the shipping costs, and if i get them from germany it would cost more to get the keyboard replaced, and im kinda trying to keep costs down
  13. I wanted to buy the X1 Extreme from Lenovo either the Gen 1 or the Gen 2 The Gen 2 was meant to come out in July and it did but only in the US shortly after they released the Gen 2 in the US the gen 1 was no longer customisable in the UK (don’t know about the US) The X1 Extreme Gen 1 was fixed at a certain spec and a really high price of £2400 (or something like that) I thought they where just going to slowly stop selling the Gen 1 in the UK to push the Gen 2 as the main laptop (which is unlike what they normally do with laptops). But now the Gen 1 has been taken off the website and all other UK websites have stopped selling the laptop, you can still find the page by manually putting in the URL, but its just the normal page without the price or the option to buy. So, I’m very confused by this all, There is no X1 Extreme Gen 1 being sold in the UK And the X1 Extreme Gen 2 seem to be not released yet in the UK So, I’m stuck what to do, with school fast approaching I need a new laptop, and the laptop range that i was going to get seem to have disappeared in the UK X1 Extreme Gen 1 link, UK https://www.lenovo.com/gb/en/laptops/thinkpad/x-series/ThinkPad-X1-Extreme/p/22TP2TXX1E1?gclid=CjwKCAjwnMTqBRAzEiwAEF3ndtv6K5zH-cen6LENqv_8wnC3-Ccz6m8BH0Z1dTZkRvlvGCbqBy0LfhoC0cMQAvD_BwE&cid=gb:sem|se|google||*+ThinkPad+X1+Extreme+Exact+Match+Ad+Group|***+G+-+UK+-+Search+-+Commercial+-+Laptops+-+ThinkPad+X1+Extreme|2076148225&s_kwcid=AL!4309!3!372762745669!e!!g!!x1 extreme&ef_id=CjwKCAjwnMTqBRAzEiwAEF3ndtv6K5zH-cen6LENqv_8wnC3-Ccz6m8BH0Z1dTZkRvlvGCbqBy0LfhoC0cMQAvD_BwE:G:s&s_kwcid=AL!4309!3!372762745669!e!!g!!x1 extreme X1 Extreme Gen 2 Link, UK https://www.lenovo.com/gb/en/laptops/thinkpad/x-series/X1-Extreme-Gen-2/p/22TP2TXX1E2 Image attached is where the X1 Extreme is meant to be on the UK website and where it is on the US website Need help....
  14. Thanks crisis averted 20190420_001901.mp4