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ZXR

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About ZXR

  • Title
    Member

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    UK

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2600 @ 4ghz
  • Motherboard
    Asus Prime X470 pro
  • RAM
    16GB Corsair Vengeance LPX @ 3000mhz CL16
  • GPU
    GTX 1080 8GB MSI AERO
  • Case
    Lian Li PCO11 Dynamic - White
  • Storage
    Samsung pm981 256gb nvme ssd, 2tb HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair TX650M
  • Display(s)
    HP Omen X 35 inch ultrawide 3440x1440 100hz gaming monitor
  • Cooling
    All stock atm :(
  • Keyboard
    Drevo Blademaster 87k TKL RGB keyboard, Gateron Browns
  • Mouse
    Logitech g903 Lightspeed
  • Sound
    Michrophone: Behringer UMC22 + AKG D5
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    Surface Laptop 2 Platinum- i5 8250u, 8gb ram, 256gb storage

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  1. No way this will be shipped at $349. Material and production costs are simply too high for folding phones with these specs right now.
  2. No offense, but this is probably the worst place you could ask for dating advice. This is a tech forum, not an advice column.
  3. Finally upgraded my monitor, coming from a 1080p 21inch 60hz LG monitor from 2009, its definitely a massive upgrade. I picked the Omen X 35 because I really liked the design and the panel seemed good enough. Also the price I paid for it sealed the deal, £291 with free shipping on amazon. The monitor is basically brand new, it still had all the stickers and accesories, no cosmetic damage aside from the box. Inside the box Monitor was really well packed with foam, which was nice. Before purchasing I knew that the omen x 35 had some faults when it was first manufactured, so i was a bit concerned. Luckily I got the 2018 model with the updated firmware ax161 which fixed the ghosting, overshoot and gsync issue. My panel was really good, no dead pixels and the backlight bleed is very minimal, hardly visible. I downloaded an icc profile from a reviewer which improved the greys, but a friend is lending me his spyder 5 pro to properly calibrate soon. Anyways, i'm super happy with it, it is absolutely stunning and immersive as expected. For £291 I cannot fault it at all.
  4. A used surface laptop is a great bet. I got my surface laptop 2 (256gb i5) for £500 a month ago and its a beautiful, incredibly well built machine. Another option would be a used/new Hp elitebook, something from the 800 series most likely. An 830/840 G5 or G6 would do him well as they are very nice machines with good build that can be had for sub 500 easily.
  5. mi 9t or mi 9t pro. No contest really.
  6. For the online work, most of the sites I used to use are no longer profitable or no longer exist, aside from a few which are no longer accepting applicants. Like I said, do some searching and im sure you'll find something.
  7. It got released, and is availible to purchase. I believe it just got buried by other devices such as the mi 9t/9t pro, which are far better value and even better in some ways.
  8. Mainly buying and selling goods for profit, as well as repairing devices. As a start last year I just did some online work, basically testing websites and apps for a decent pay without taking much time.
  9. Personally id suck it up and save up for the pc. At the beginning of this year I was in a similar situation, had no cash and only an entry level gaming laptop. However, throughout the year I managed to save up for everything you see in my signature now, all the pc stuff incl. monitor and peripherals costing under £1000 through some great deals I was able to find. Its a hard road to go down, took me about 4 months of hard work and saving before I could afford all that but having gone through it, id say its worth it. For reference, Im 15 and living in the UK. There is money to be made if you look hard enough, and you'll need to if you want the pc. Personally Id say go AMD, a ryzen 5 3600 is a great bet.
  10. You cannot exchange that note at a currency exchange. It is no longer valid, the new Zimbabwe dollar is now in use in the country. The note is worth 40 cents USD.
  11. ZXR

    2K Ultrawide

    Alienware is probably your best bet, but if you happen to want deeper blacks for movies and yt then you might want a VA panel found in the benq.
  12. ZXR

    2K Ultrawide

    Alienware is the best all-rounder imo. x34 is decent too. Do you want it for gaming, watching movies, creative work?
  13. Don't get me wrong, I do agree in that the seperate devices would do their respective jobs better, but you cant exactly fit an ipad in your pocket now can you?
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