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Nabalazs

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About Nabalazs

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1998-07-24

Contact Methods

  • Steam
    steamcommunity.com/id/nabalazs
  • Twitch.tv
    http://www.twitch.tv/nabalazs
  • Twitter
    @Nabalazs

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Hungary
  • Interests
    computers, smartphones, VIDYA GAEMZ, and remotely interested in IT security
  • Biography
    I'm a dragon
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    Core i7 7700
  • Motherboard
    MSI B250 Gaming M3
  • RAM
    2x8 Corsair Vengeance DDR4
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define R5
  • Storage
    500GB Samsung EVO, 1TB WD blue, 1TB Seagate whyDoIStillUseThisThing
  • PSU
    EVGA Supernova 650 G2
  • Display(s)
    Asus PB277Q 27-Inch 75Hz 1440p
  • Cooling
    MSI Core Frozr L
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 Lux, Red LED only
  • Mouse
    Redragon Centrophorus
  • Sound
    JVC UX-J60
  • Operating System
    Win 10 Home 64bit legit
  1. I can't remember if Jay or Linus talked about it on a podcast before, but one of them planned to introduce their kids to old consoles first. And I found it such a genius idea. Let them start learning from the bottom, and aprechiate the evolving tech a little. Though maybe I wouldnt give my beloved game boy to a toddler. I'm not so sure about giving them any modern handheld either, because I dont trust them not to damage it too soon. Even though I got my gameboy at the age of 6, and I didnt break it. I guess depends on how careful you taught them to be. (is it showing that I dont spend time around kids much?) Consoles often bring some family fun, so I wouldnt put one in their room either. It would be the family fun machine. And the manchild I am, I'd play more on it than them. To answer your question, yeah I'd just give them a personal computer insthead of a console. And buy a console for the family.
  2. Game Boy Advance (the worse backlit one) Game Boy Advance (the proper backlit one) DSLite Switch Not too hardcore on consoles. Though I aprechiate them more and more. If the PS5 is back compatible, I'm buying one day 1, just for those sweet ps4 exclusives
  3. Thanks for the giveaway guys! I'd like a new keyboard, because I'm running a Logi K360, which is while a very functional keyboard, for extensive amounts of text typing and generally gaming, not so much. And I like LEDs. They are shiny.
  4. I have an aging Samsung hard drive. It does do it's job, but an SSD would be... let's see... over 9000% faster. Oh and, everyone should have an SSD, because I'm going nuts by clicking HDDs.
  5. Obviously the size of this thing is breathtaking. But more importantly for me, the M.2 SSD, and the GPU. Like, DAMMIT that box literally has more horsepower than my desktop PC. So yeah. I would be my new computer.
  6. I'd recommend the EUROCOM Shark 4. HardwareCanucks showed it off recently, and it got my attention. Basically what you need, maybe a little thicker than what you'd feel confortable taking to school, but make a judgement yourself. http://www.eurocom.com/ec/configure(1,275,0)ec EDIT: Someone just suggested the ASUS ROG GL551JW-DS71, and it also seems pretty dam good. Though I've never heared of it, so I cant actually tell whats up.
  7. The way I take photos, its selective focus. Definetly.
  8. Sooooo... Um.... Wow. I have no words. That tiny thing is awesome. Of course a 5820x or a 4790k would be better. (Duh cpt obvious) Aaaand 16Gig ram. (Again, cpt obvious) But I always eyeballed with compact systems, and this just gave me a Kreygasm. And as far as I could tell from your reactions, temps were also not only acceptable, but actually good? Hot diggidy!! But you didn't mentions acoustics. Was it louder due to the lack of rubber dampeners? And did you end up using that noctua fan? Where did it even fit? Oh, and chat! Would you recommend such a compact build as a first ever pc build? I mean, is it more complicated than a normal midtower case to work in? Or just in general. Is the compactness worth it over possible higher temps, if I don't intend on pushing it to the limits?
  9. I'm rocking with a dual cote HT CPU. I find it enough, even though I'm a tab whore, but it just barely handles it. (and maybe ram speeds play in it too) I consider quad core a necesseity nowdays. Averedge Joe will have a long lasting PC with it. But I'm getting into 3D modelling, and I tend to stream and game, so I think I could make use of 6 cores. I thing 6 is THE sweet spot. Maybe 6core HT? Anyone?
  10. Nabalazs

    Crowded....

    Most often, when you hear the word crowded, you either think about GPUs suffocating each other, or unmanaged cables. But since I have none of those, life throws me somthing else to scratch my head about. My USB hub. Now, you could say, I could just plug some stuff innto my front ports. But its a little more complicated than that, I wont go into it. Just something I tought I'd share
  11. Need it? No. Overkill? Naaahhhh... Want it? YUSSS! I mean, 5k maxed out, AND playable? Sign me up!
  12. Dayum! That giveaway! You guys are... Wow... Love you! SO: Username: Nabalazs I liked this: https://www.vessel.com/videos/JemZ8O7Hy and this: https://www.vessel.com/videos/LCoY5zfFf (because its all about that space, 'bout that space. More storage!
  13. This is the perfect grandma computer. TThanksfor the giveaway
  14. Thanks for the opportunity guys! What would I do with it? Well, since I have been buying presents like crazy for my family i can't really afford the PC parts I want, but i think at the end of january I'd probably buy a motherboard and the new pc case to run this bad boy I'd be using it for video editing, since I make "ads" for my school.
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