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About seoz

  • Title
    Light Theme Enthusiast
  • Birthday 2000-03-31

Contact Methods

  • Discord
  • Twitter

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
  • Interests
    PC hardware, mobile technologies, gaming, and a whole lot of K-pop
  • Biography
    Way too into aesthetics.
  • Occupation
    Korean Student at Home


  • CPU
    Intel Core i5-8600K (4.9GHz 1.2V)
  • Motherboard
    Asus Prime Z370-P Mk.I
  • RAM
    16GB Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4-3000
  • GPU
    Asus Dual GeForce GTX 1060 OC 3GB
  • Case
    NZXT S340
  • Storage
    500GB Crucial P1 + 250GB Samsung 850 EVO
  • PSU
    Corsair CX450M
  • Display(s)
    LG 29WK600 29" 2560x1080p Ultrawide
  • Cooling
    Arctic Freezer 33 eSports One
  • Keyboard
    EagleTec KG011
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum
  • Sound
    Audio-Technica ATH-M50x / Jaybird X3
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit

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  1. Weaker passwords coupled with 2FA is the bare minimum to me. One wall isn't enough, 2FA is next-level authentication and almost guarantees that the account owner is aware that their account is being accessed and denies the individual trying to access the account short.
  2. These are the same people who cry "Oh my lord, I've been hacked!" and act all shocked at how someone could possibly enter their account when they set themselves up for it in the first place...
  3. seoz

    PC Showcase Photography

    An album for any photography I take of my very own custom PC.
  4. seoz

    What shift button do you use when typing?

    My right shift key probably gets less used than my Scroll Lock key, everything that requires a shift I always use the left shift with my pinkie.
  5. seoz

    Looking for keyboard solely for gaming

    I looked on Amazon again and it does appear to have blue switches... My brother's model has red switches and are different from my Outemu Blue switches found on my own keyboard. Apologies for the confusion, not sure what happened there.
  6. seoz

    FloatPlane For Everyone

    That would defeat the entire business model of Floatplane...
  7. seoz

    Looking for keyboard solely for gaming

    I recommend the Redragon K552. It fits a majority of your criteria with its Outemu Red switches - a clone of Cherry MX Reds - along with a red backlight (or RGB if you pay a bit more) and is tenkeyless. It doesn't include a wrist rest unfortunately. I bought a Redragon K552 a year ago for my brother's PC, and he's a serious gamer, so the K552 has been a worthy choice.
  8. For the kicks, I used my old Samsung AKG stock earphones - which needed a dongle - that I used pretty much since I got my S8, and then listened to music again but this time with my Jaybird X3 earphones.


    Night and day difference, my X3 are so much more clear and crisp. It made me appreciate my Jaybird X3 purchase a lot more since back then, I was still quite hesitant to invest into Bluetooth audio.


    Apple has truly changed my perspective on wires.

    1. Show previous comments  1 more
    2. DrMacintosh


      I don't own bluetooth headphones because I'm cheap. I also hate the idea of knowing that all bluetooth headphones are technically consumable because their batteries will eventually go to shite and are very difficult (if not impossible) to replace. 


      Wired headphones will work for as long as they don't physically break. 

    3. LukeSavenije


      even with my e50bt i would've appreciated a headphone jack


      but the mi8 was irristable for the price and i broke the dongle

    4. seoz


      @DrMacintosh Worth it for the convenience, ultimately. I wouldn't mind wired Jaybirds, but Bluetooth wireless adds to quality of life.

  9. The ideas they have are quite plain compared to the old days like mineral oil PC, classic unboxings, stuff like that, not to mention the new style of titling videos... Production quality with the new studio 'kitchen' is for sure better.
  10. seoz

    Anyone remember Linus Tech Tips?

    The revolution has begun...
  11. It's cheap, really cheaply made. I used one for my brother's PC and it fits a micro-ATX motherboard at max. It's a hassle to build inside as the back barely has any width for any cables, so watch out. I ended up using the front 5.25" bay as a secondary cable nest. You're able to fit that SSD on the back, not too sure about where the HDD would go as I don't have any experience with mechanical 3.5" drives. Watch out for extremely sharp edges, I cut myself a lot building inside a Deepcool Frame...
  12. seoz

    Amazon Expert Installation

    I've not had a bad experience with Amazon and I've been a customer for 3 years now. Deliveries often come through either Royal Mail or DPD. I personally prefer DPD, they give you a text letting you know of a delivery time and are always on-time. All of my deliveries at least fulfilled and dispatched by Amazon have gone smoothly for both deliveries directly to my house and also to a local Amazon locker.
  13. If you have the money, I don't see why not. I feel like Discord stuttering would be more down to your internet connection than RAM usage, because I've experienced the same and it was my Wi-Fi connection. Upgrading to 16GB most likely won't solve that, but if you're having any framerate issues or your PC is slower than you'd expected, then by all means upgrade.
  14. seoz

    Amazon Expert Installation

    I imagine it would literally be exactly that. > You, buys RAM > Amazon 'expert' comes to your house with new RAM > Amazon 'expert' inserts memory in like 9 seconds > Amazon 'expert' leaves That's some piss-easy money for the 'expert' right there.
  15. seoz

    First PC in 9 years

    Looks epic! How'd it feel to build a PC after so long?