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About ItsShrey

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    AMD Ryzen 7 3700X
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    16GB DDR4 dual channel G.Skill's TridentZ RGB
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  1. ItsShrey

    Spectre or LG

    Need help deciding on a monitor, and really need that extra real estate...I want to go with LG, but the Spectre seems like a better value. What should I choose?
  2. @Smit Devrukhkar I would recommend the ASUS ROG Strix G Gaming Laptop. It has better specs than you picked out with 15.6" FHD 120 Hz, GeForce GTX 1660 Ti, Intel Core i5-9300H, 8 GB DDR4, 512 GB SSD, RGB KB, etc. But it doesn't have 16 gigs ram. But this laptop is under your budget by 50 dollars, (+ $50 off w/ promo code PLAYGAME789) You could easily swap out the ram, and still stay in your budget easily. Using Newegg's memory finder, I found few things you could use. Laptop: https://www.newegg.com/black-asus-rog-strix-g-gaming-entertainment/p/1TS-001A-00RB9?item=1TS-001A-00RB9&source=region&nm_mc=knc-googleadwords-pc&cm_mmc=knc-googleadwords-pc-_-pla-_-gaming+laptops-_-1TS-001A-00RB9&gclid=CjwKCAjw8MD7BRArEiwAGZsrBTZ3YnHIHP3D0cShVchktvd9-Mb0ChRWQ8WW60KA-LDKHxSMcSW9XRoCNjsQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds# Memory: https://www.newegg.com/tools/memory-finder Category=AB&Manufactory=351918&ProductLine=659815&Model=3953248&name=ASUS+ROG+Strix+G+GL531GU+WB53
  3. Gaming routers are worth it. Ironically, I was looking into it yesterday as well. They are definitely more robust. The antennas are way more stronger and the ranges is usually better. Also, the router handles all things equally, but you will GET BETTER SPEEDS. Watch Linus upgrade Colton's wifi with a "gaming router"
  4. Overclock as much as you can out of it? Its an old one, and its better to be safer than sorry. I wouldn't stress it out too much.
  5. Scramble to return, if the return days end, you'll be short of 2 hundred. If return period has already ended, call MSI, the warranty should cover
  6. Can you check out this monitor and weather it is good enough? I am a software programmer and according to the reviews, its great! I wanted something budget, And this fits it! This seems like a really good deal? It says it has 2 hdmis and and a display port. It has Freesync and even HDR 10! It also has onboard speakers, which is amazing. It is ultrawide and 29 inches. Ans it has and IPS ultrawide panel. For under 300, seems amazing. Here's the link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B078GL93KG/ref=ask_ql_qh_dp_hza?th=1
  7. No in my knowledge there is no way to do that in 1 software, you can use separate software to control them, it isn't the most efficient but at least they won't go to waste. https://www.asrock.com/microsite/PolychromeRGB/
  8. I would say you could, but it depends where you are flying to as well. If you have checked in luggage, you would be safer to put in that as it would be very unlikely they would stop you. I found this website to help you. www.homeaffairs.gov.au/travelsecure
  9. I had this same issue when I was choosing a laptop for myself. I wanted a i7 and good enough graphics for gaming but i am a data scientist, so i needed something like that too. But I also didn't want to break the bank, so I stuck to under $2000. And after looking at all of them I chose a Razer Blade because it was thin/light enough but it had the power.