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About SeriouslyMikey

  • Title
    Selling stuff. Check Classifieds.
  • Birthday 1996-03-13

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  • Steam
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Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
  • Interests
    Snowboarding, more things, games, other things, things, lots of things and stuff.
  • Biography
    Ask away if it really is needed to be known.
  • Occupation
    Engineering student.


  • CPU
    Intel Core i5 4670K
  • Motherboard
    Asus Maximus VI Hero Republic Of Gamers Motherboard.
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance 16GB memory.
  • GPU
    MSI Twin Frozer Gaming GTX 770.
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define R5
  • Storage
    Kingston SSD Now SSD and Seagate Barracuda 500GB HDD.
  • PSU
    Seasonic G Series 750W Power Supply.
  • Display(s)
    BenQ XL2420TX.
  • Cooling
    Milk cooled.
  • Keyboard
    Filco Majestouch Ninja.
  • Mouse
    Logitech G402.
  • Sound
    Beyerdynamic DT990 Pro.
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1.
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. Final grade on part of my engineering course came through for maths. Distinction. 

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    1. Tech_Dreamer


      NICE!  Congratulations.

  2. Love the ability to take my PC on the go, then come back and plug it up for real work! :D 


  3. If I'm honest, I was thinking of just lying to myself and saying no one wanted to buy my PC parts yesterday. Then getting back from college, I noticed that my mobo and CPU had both sold. No going back now! 

    1. pinksnowbirdie


      I mean, you could back out still. Though you'd disappoint the buyer. But seeing as you were feeling less than certain that your parts would sell, I'd say that's pretty fortunate they actually did.

    2. SeriouslyMikey


      Oh, I'm not backing out, the parts are in the mail now, just got a handful more to go and then I'll be sorted. Though, I'm in two minds about selling my monitor as it's really nice to be able to plug in my laptop into a mini display port and then run games at 1440p. Granted, at about 20fps less than my 1070, but I just lower the settings. 


  4. SeriouslyMikey

    does everyone by vans

    Yeah, they're nice, and mine last up to like two years a pair so far.
  5. Battlefront 1 is finally on Steam, and I couldn't be happier seeing it there. 

  6. SeriouslyMikey

    What song are you listening to right now.

  7. Got my laptop. :D 

    Tomorrow I'll be wiping my desktop's drives and then selling the rest of the components. 

  8. SeriouslyMikey

    Whats in your bag? (or just your EDC)

    Depends on the day. Monday: - Pens - H2 Pencils - Compass - Calculator - HB Pencils - USB stick - Highlighter - Work folder #1 - Metal rule - Work boots - Safety glasses - Overalls - Packed dinner - Protractor - 30/60 Rule - 45/90 Rule Thursday/Friday - Pens - H2 Pencils - Compass - Calculator - HB Pencils - USB stick - Highlighter - Work folder #2 - Metal rule - Packed dinner - Protractor - 30/60 Rule - 45/90 Rule EDC - Galaxy S8 - Keys - Screwdriver - Earphones - Knife
  9. SeriouslyMikey

    What song are you listening to right now.

  10. I have clearly been living under a rock for the past few months to a year. Since when was DDR3 so god damn expensive? Since when was an i5 4670k worth neck end of £100? And my motherboard? It's selling at £100 too. 🤨

    1. Dan Castellaneta

      Dan Castellaneta

      Haswell is bizarrely expensive, primarily because of two things: nostalgia and "muh modern performance".

    2. SeriouslyMikey


      Good enough for me. 

      I was genuinely surprised seeing my ram selling for the same price as I got it six years ago. It's nuts. 

  11. Alright, chaps! Need your advice. I've narrowed my search down to two laptops. Two that I have managed to feel and type on in person, but I just can't make up my mind. I have the money for both: 
    First up is the Asus ROG Strix laptop. 


    Cons: 8GB memory, 120GB SSD, 1TB HDD

    Pros: Cheaper, 120hz monitor

    I don't know whether it's a Max-Q or not


    And then it's the Razer Blade 15.3"

    Cons: 60hz monitor, more expensive, Max-Q

    Pros: 256GB SSD, 2TB HDD, DAT DESIGN THO, 15.6" (I prefer a smaller for transport)



    Or, should I just pony up and get a laptop with a 2060 in? 

    1. Dan Castellaneta

      Dan Castellaneta

      I've heard pretty bad things about Razer's laptops when it comes to quality.

      Also, I'm pretty sure the GPU in the ROG laptop isn't a Max-Q 1060.


      If you got a laptop with a 2060 in it, would you use that 2060 well and would you use it like that a lot?

    2. SeriouslyMikey



      If you got a laptop with a 2060 in it, would you use that 2060 well and would you use it like that a lot?

      That's a very good point, and I think the answer would be no. So, I'll scratch pony upping off all together. 

      There's one positive about there only being 8GB of memory and that's how easy it is to update the Asus. On top of that, the build quality is fantastic, honestly. Pushed down on the keyboard, flexed the screen and it's one sturdy boi. Oh, and upgrading to 16GB is only £89.99 and it's still cheaper. 

      I may just be fanboying over that Razer design lmao


      If it was £100 cheaper I could have got it today 

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    And now my system is a bit janky lmao

  13. Selling my case, 3TB WD Green, and PSU today. Guy's paying £200.