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About Redrooster

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  • Birthday 1999-04-29


  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2600
  • Motherboard
  • RAM
    16gb 3200mhz Corsair Vengeance rgb pro
  • GPU
    Zotac RTX 2060
  • Case
    NZXT 500i
  • Storage
    120gb SSD boot drive, 2tb USB 3.1 Seagate drive
  • PSU
    Corsair CX650M (650 watt, obviously)
  • Display(s)
    1080p 60hz Acer 4ms
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. what about the PG27VQ? it seems to be the same, but with 1ms response time and a curved screen
  2. Do any of you have some recommendations? I am coming from a 1080p 60hz IPS monitor that I've had since 2013ish, I figured it was time for an upgrade. What is the best for $500 usd (I MAYBE could stretch my budget to $600, but I would have to give my lad his $100 2 weeks later)
  3. I don't know. I usually do that for my 1080p 60fps monitor w/ vsync. Then again, I hear gsync is p good
  4. I have a 120gb ssd boot drive I haven't given it much thought, tbh. My 16:9 monitor has been enough for me, too bad there isn't a place to test out different monitor types I might go for a 1440p 144hz and get a 2080 super. I'll still have to cap my fps to have a stable experience in future games ( and some current graphics hungry games )
  5. I'm good on ram, I got two sticks of 8 gb 3200 mhz. I'm having a hard time between 1080p High refresh rate or 1440p ( I don't know which one I'm going to like more because I can't test either of them, that being said I primarily play single player games ) Im 20 and i just got my first job ( I've been focusing on college, but I took the fall off. I've been living with my parents so I can focus on school work, but having this job will definitely give me some spending money and where else should I spend my money on than my gaming computer) I might pick up a 1440p 144 Hertz monitor first and then go from there. What do I need to upgrade first? The ryzen 2600 or the rtx 2060?
  6. I also hear Kai has more consistent voice acting
  7. This is one of those things were you have to weigh your options. I'm on ep 52 of the original Dragon Ball and I don't know if I can sit through 200 episodes of filler in the original DBZ. I think I'm going to stick to Kai (as long as it's finished) Depending on how I feel when I get finished with OG dragon ball, I might stick with the original DBZ and just follow an online guide to skip the filler episodes. There don't seem to be any wrong answers here, but I'm leaning towards Kai at the moment.
  8. well, If Kai is finished, Im probably gonna go with that. I can watch 150 episodes of the original dragon ball, but i dunno if i can watch 300 of dbz (which going by the size of dbz kai, there are 200 episodes of filler in og dbz)
  9. Redrooster

    DBZ or Kai

    I'm 10% through the original dragon ball and I want to know which version of Z I should watch I have heard that Kai is somewhat of a trimming and a remaster of the original Z series, but I also hear that trimming the filler kills the suspense. From what I hear, Kai is more accurate to the manga (but I have no interest in the manga) some people prefer the original voice acting, while others prefer the remake. I plan on watching each series in english (I'm not about to read hundreds of hours of words) I wish there was a simpler "A is better than B, hands down" what do you guys think?
  10. This is future talk, I just got my 2600 like 3 weeks ago. If I were to guess, probably some noctua cooler I really haven't given it much thought due to my next upgrade being in like three years (possibly a little bit sooner depending on how next gen console games treat the 2600) I'm currently using the stock Wraith Stealth. if you have a suggestion for a cooler that will also be good for the 3900x, I'm all ears (I might pick one up this Christmas to use for my next CPU, along with a 1tb SSD for games)
  11. Obviously overclocking would be out of the picture, I was just wondering if it would be possible. (I want some sort of upgrade path from the b450 tomahawk and 2600 combo)
  12. I can't find anything online about the progress of borderlands 3 DirectX 12 fix. Does anyone know when this will be finalized? Theoretically, newer hardware will be able to utilize DX12 and will eventually run the game quicker once it's done being worked on, am I wrong? (I don't know too much about this, if it wasn't obvious enough)