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  1. Atlas270

    Best wireless headset over £100

    There may be a little bias as this is my favorite headset at the current time. The Hyper X Cloud Flight is an amazing headset you can find somewhere between $100 and $150. It works wirelessly over USB dongle. The mic is detachable but thanks to the wireless dongle not using Bluetooth but a 2.4 GHz wireless connection it has the best wireless mic quality on the market (from my experience). Honestly, I can't stress how hard it is to find a wireless mic that has a good quality mic, but the Cloud Flight is one of the only two I would recommend with the other being over $200. That alongside the fact that the mic is detachable... You need to look at the mic quality on youtube videos yourself to see how clear it is for a wireless mic. Also if you turn off the lights the headset lasts for over 30+ hours on a single charge. Main point: Wireless mics all such currently, but thanks to the use of a GHz connection instead of Bluetooth, the Hyper X Cloud Flight is one of the few headsets that can beat this barrier. The only con I would say it has is the fact that it only comes with an audio connection if you do choose to go wired instead, so you won't be able to use the mic, again only if you choose to switch to wired for any reason.
  2. There may be a little bias as this is my favorite headset at the current time. The Hyper X Cloud Flight is an amazing headset you can find somewhere between $100 and $150. It works wirelessly over USB dongle. The mic is detachable but thanks to the wireless dongle not using Bluetooth but a 2.4 GHz wireless connection it has the best wireless mic quality on the market (from my experience). Honestly, I can't stress how hard it is to find a wireless mic that has a good quality mic, but the Cloud Flight is one of the only two I would recommend with the other being over $200. That alongside the fact that the mic is detachable... You need to look at the mic quality on youtube videos yourself to see how clear it is for a wireless mic. Also if you turn off the lights the headset lasts for over 30+ hours on a single charge. Main point: Wireless mics all such currently, but thanks to the use of a GHz connection instead of Bluetooth, the Hyper X Cloud Flight is one of the few headsets that can beat this barrier. The only con I would say it has is the fact that it only comes with an audio connection if you do choose to go wired instead, so you won't be able to use the mic, again only if you choose to switch to wired for any reason.
  3. Atlas270

    Wireless headphones with best microphone

    There may be a little bias as this is my favorite headset at the current time. The Hyper X Cloud Flight is an amazing headset you can find somewhere between $100 and $150. It works wirelessly over USB dongle. The mic is detachable but thanks to the wireless dongle not using Bluetooth but a 2.4 GHz wireless connection it has the best wireless mic quality on the market (from my experience). Honestly, I can't stress how hard it is to find a wireless mic that has a good quality mic, but the Cloud Flight is one of the only two I would recommend with the other being over $200. That alongside the fact that the mic is detachable... You need to look at the mic quality on youtube videos yourself to see how clear it is for a wireless mic. Also if you turn off the lights the headset lasts for over 30+ hours on a single charge. Main point: Wireless mics all such currently, but thanks to the use of a GHz connection instead of Bluetooth, the Hyper X Cloud Flight is one of the few headsets that can beat this barrier. The only con I would say it has is the fact that it only comes with an audio connection if you do choose to go wired instead, so you won't be able to use the mic, again only if you choose to switch to wired for any reason.
  4. Atlas270

    Will my service support a WIFI 6/AX router?

    But in the sense of the router being able to allocate different amounts of bandwidth to different users at once would still work fine, no? or would it work as WiFi 5 had, where only one device would get data at once?
  5. Hey guys, I'm pretty new to the different types of WIFI's and I recently discovered AX routers and how WIFI 6 is compared to WIFI 5 and prior. My family is currently Xfinity customers with one of their default AC routers. We're paying for the most expensive available service however it's still slow due to all the devices connected. I called in to see if upgrading to an AX router would be a compatible fix and to see if my service would support WIFI 6, however, the inquiry help members didn't seem to know what WIFI 6 even was. Main point question: I just wanna know if upgrading to an AX router was as easy as unplugging the old one and setting up the new one or if I'd have to wait for Xfinity to have a wifi compatible service.
  6. Atlas270

    First computer build fail, need help

    Yes, right above the ram slots. And honestly, I'm looking to anything that could be the problem as well. Much appreciated help.
  7. Atlas270

    First computer build fail, need help

    I'm not sure, but none of the fans powered on in the first place. I was sure that at the very least my cpu cooler was pluged in properly, but again, none of them worked from the start.
  8. Atlas270

    First computer build fail, need help

    I unplugged everything except the 8 pin near the cpu and the 24 pin and the case power switch. Now it won't even turn on at all. I also tried to turn it on without the power switch using a screw driver. All, but one where there is a hole in the case to allow cable management.
  9. Atlas270

    First computer build fail, need help

    I haven't updated it myself, no. But if you're talking about updating it to be compatible with my cpu, I've been told it comes already compatible with this cpu and has the "AMD RYZEN DESKTOP 2000 READY" sticker on it. I'm using an AMD Ryzen 3 2200g with a Gigabyte AB350M-DS3H.
  10. Atlas270

    First computer build fail, need help

    I was told not to apply any pressure or to reinforce the cpu, however, it fit the motherboard in fine. And no gpu, this is a budget build for my brother with integrated graphics.
  11. Atlas270

    First computer build fail, need help

    I see. This is my first build so I wasnt sure where the problem was coming from. I tried reseating all my power supply cables with no working solution.
  12. Atlas270

    First computer build fail, need help

    Double checked and seems fine to me. I tried reseating it as well and I still have the same issue. The motherboard will light up and then die.
  13. Hey guys, random question, but I'm trying to get answers asap. I'm a novice builder and I just built my brother a budget rig, but I messed up several times and can't seem to figure out what I did wrong. With the build complete my motherboard will light up for a second and then turn off whenever I try to power on the pc. I'm in the middle of replacing my cpu as I believe that was the issue because I sort of touched the thermal paste on it when I was installing the cooler. Yea, big mess up for my first build... Without a spare cpu and not being able to test another until the replacement comes in I'm not sure how to troubleshoot the other parts or how to test the actual problem. I'm on an AMD Ryzon 3 2200g cpu with a Gigabyte Ultra Durable GA-AB350M-DS3H Desktop Motherboard. Any and all help is appreciated.
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