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About xresume

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  • Birthday 1995-05-21

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    Graphic/Web Designer/Somewhat IT Associate


  • CPU
    i5 2500k
  • Motherboard
    AsRock Extreme6 Z77
  • RAM
    16GB Gskillz RipJaws
  • GPU
    2x EVGA GTX 660 SC Edition
  • Case
    NZXT Switch 810 (Matte Black)
  • Storage
    120GB Kingston HyperX SSD + 2TB WD Green
  • PSU
    Corsair HX650W
  • Display(s)
    2 Random Hanns-G Monitors, need to upgrade
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow Ultimate 2013
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder
  • Sound
    Some $30 Logitech Speakers with a sub
  1. I thought the same, I got the early bird discount on Kickstarter so I only paid $30. But they're a start up company (as far as I can tell), and this is a brand new product. $45 is mostly for the convenience in my opinion. But yeah I agree, I would have got the EasyAcc if I had only the option of $45.
  2. Hey guys, I apologize ahead of time if I'm posting in the wrong forum, I usually just lurk around and don't post much. I also apologize if this has already been posted. I figured I'd share this. I backed this on kickstarter awhile ago and just received mine today. I think it's pretty amazing for what it is. It's literally just a small 1500mAh battery with a built in Micro USB or Lightning cable that fits in your wallet to charge your smart phone. It's actually a tiny bit bigger than the credit cards I have, and thus does not fit in my wallet. But my wallet is tighter fitting and smaller than most so I wouldn't go by that. But nonetheless I am very happy with this and would like to share it with you guys http://www.travelcardcharger.com/
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    ASUS RoG G550JK Gaming Notebook & GIVEAWAY

    I enjoy the matte screen over the TN panel from the last ROG laptop you guys reviewed. I like Matte screens a lot better because I tend to use my computers in scenarios where there tends to be a lot of glare.
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    LG G3 Review and.... TWENTY-FIVE Phone Giveaway?!

    It won me over when you can reply to texts without closing the app you're using. This is the reason I'm still using an LG Xpression.
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    Screen Tearing on Chrome Videos

    Unfortunately no, it seems the problem only arose when they released the update with the new "Metro" scroll bars.
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    Issues with Flash in Chrome

    Yes, my Flash Player is up-to-date, just double checked, and unfortunately no change when I re-install it
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    Show off your old and retro computer parts

    An old computer I tore apart that was in our basement from 2000, some Dell that had Windows ME on it. Motherboard was fried in like 2006 when my mother tried upgrading the RAM.
  8. Over the last week or so I've been having some issues with Chrome's built in flash player. The issue only started when Chrome updated to version 32.0.1700.76 m. What's happening is if I view YouTube videos (or any video on any site for that matter) with the pepflashplayer, the video has extremely bad screen tearing. If I disable pepflashplayer and run the normal Flash Plugin downloaded from Adobe (which is up-to-date) any video I open in a new tab is just a black screen with audio. Things I've Tried: Disabling/Enabling Hardware Acceleration Updating Graphics Drivers Re-installing Chrome (Worked temporarily until Chrome force-updated to the current version) Disabling/Re-enabling both versions of Flash in different configurations (both enabled, one disabled, etc) Windows Updates Clearing Cookies/Cache Endless searching on the issue Is anyone else having this problem? Some threads I found on the Google support site are saying a version of Chrome was unstable and meant to stay on the Beta channel, and it has all sorts of issues. As of right now I've hopped over to Firefox until I can find a solution
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    Screen Tearing on Chrome Videos

    Made an account just to respond to this, usually I just lurk. I am having this EXACT same problem. The tearing goes away if you disable Chrome's pepflashplayer Flash plugin via "Chrome://plugins" (for me at least), but the problem I have when I do that is that every video I open in a new tab is just a blank black box with audio. I have tried: Disabling both Chrome's pepflashplayer and external Flash - Nothing Disabling/Re-enabling hardware acceleration - Nothing Updating Graphics Drivers - Nothing Clearing Cache/cookies - Nothing Re-installing Chrome - Worked, temporarily. According to some threads on support forums, Google rolled out an update to Chrome that was unstable and was supposed to stay on the Beta channel. I'm currently on version 32.0.1700.76 m. When I re-installed Chrome, the version had been reverted to 32.0.1700.63 m, which I can only assume was a stable version. But Google had automatically updated to the most recent version a day later.