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  1. I'm aware of audiophile quality headphones, however I need a mic and have no space for a dedicated mic on my desk. If I'm going to spend ~$300 on a pair of headphones, it's gotta be my headset for everything, not just explicitly listening to music or watching movies. (can't game with no mic). This doesn't really answer my question
  2. Why? I just want to know if the audio quality is at least the same or better than the Siberia V2
  3. Hi guys, I've been looking at the Steelseries Arctis Pro Wireless for a while now, and it checks every box except for 1. I've been using Siberia V2's for the last 7+ years because all the other headsets I've tried in recent years have had much worse sound quality than my V2's. I'm aware the Arctis Pro Wired headset has near audiophile sound quality and the Wireless version has worse sound quality. Has anybody tried both the Siberia V2 and the Arctis Pro Wireless headsets? I want to know from somebody who's tried both if the sound quality is at least the same or better than the Siberia V2
  4. Thanks for the informative answers. I will be manually wiping the drives a couple times then reinstalling Windows.
  5. Couple questions: 1: Is choosing "Reset this PC" with all the data deletion settings checked functionally the same as if I booted from a Windows Recovery/install disk, opened command prompt, and ran "clean all" on each disk, then reinstalling Windows? 2: Will anything I do affect change the Raid configuration 3: If I write all bits to 0 with "clean all", then how would it be possible to recover ANY data from the SSD/HDD? Why would I need enterprise grade data deletion software? Link to original comment and question: Sorry I'm double posting, but I feel like the original thread probably died. Thanks in advance
  6. Okay so I just saw Linus's NCIX video about configuring Raid and it's not painful at all like I thought it would be. Couple questions now: 1: Is choosing "Reset this PC" with all the data deletion settings checked functionally the same as if I booted from a Windows Recovery disk, opened command prompt, and ran "clean all" on each disk, then reinstalling Windows? 2: Will anything I do affect change the Raid configuration 3: If I write all bits to 0 with "clean all", then how would it be possible to recover ANY data from the ssd? Why would I need enterprise grade data deletion software?
  7. So can I just use the "Reset this PC" function? Or do I have to manually write all drives to 0 and reinstall Windows and configure Raid myself? I mainly just want to avoid having to learn about configuring Raid right now
  8. Okay, so I'm planning on selling an MSI laptop with Windows factory installed on 2 128GB NVMe drives in a Raid 0 configuration. Like any time you want to sell a pc or get rid of it, you want to erase all your data from the drives to prevent someone stealing something important. Can I just choose "Reset this PC" in Windows settings to erase all files (write to 0) while keeping the Windows 10 installation on Raid 0 intact? Or do i have to manually write all drives to 0 then fully reinstall Windows 10 on a newly configured Raid 0? I hope not because I have no experience configuring Raid and I don't have the Windows 10 key it came pre-installed with.
  9. Decided to go with the Corsair Dark Core RGB SE https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826816109 It's cheaper, has higher DPI, has a sniper button, has wireless charging, looks way more ergonomic and less ugly, and has that same low latency tech. And as an added bonus, it matches the rest of my Corsair branding lol
  10. Well, it seems to be working for me! I typically get top frag in most of the casual matches I play using the "sniper" button (it's cringey just saying it, I know). But considering the G900 seems to have the lowest input lag for wireless mice, I might get it for that reason alone. Do you know if it's possible to map a sort of sniper button to one of the side buttons?
  11. I would've normally agreed with you, but now after using the M65 Pro's sniper button, it just feels unnatural on the m95 because the sniper button on the m65 is in the ergonomic position for your thumb to press it in it's resting position instead of having to move it to hit that button. I use this constantly, as I play with a high DPI-low sensitivity setting on CS:GO for quick turns and situational awareness, then hold the "sniper" button when i want to aim more precisely to shoot at someone. This wouldn't be achievable with the normal DPI arrow buttons that only switch between settings, while the "sniper" button only uses that lower (or higher) DPI setting while the button is depressed.
  12. Thanks for the find! by the way, is there a "sniper" button on the Logitech G900 or a button I can configure to change the DPI setting when pressed? I tend to use that a whole lot.
  13. I'd prefer to stay away from wireless charging mats, as it's for my laptop and i generally use it on my lap or on the couch with a small (flimsy) table stand. something like, a hybrid, where you can use it wirelessly and it has a removable usb cable that can charge the mouse and use it wired if need be would be nice.
  14. I have a (x years old) Corsair Vengeance M95 USB wired gaming mouse and a Corsair M65 Pro USB wired gaming mouse. I've noticed there seems to be a noticeably larger amount of input lag with the M95 than the M65, And I was considering replacing the M95 for my laptop with a wireless gaming mouse. Is it possible for certain wired USB gaming mice to have MORE input lag than certain wireless gaming mice? I play FPS games typically with maxed out DPI (12,000 on my M65 Pro) and low in game sensitivity, because I prefer my micro movements to register input.. Can anyone recommend me a good high DPI, low latency wireless gaming mouse?
  15. Or if you really dont care about your wallet catching fire, you could get 2 1080ti's and run them in SLI. Or better (worse) yet, 2 Titan Xp's in SLI
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