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givingtnt

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About givingtnt

  • Title
    ltt's ̛̛brea̸̢k̨͘e̛͞r҉ ̡̛̛ơ̴̵f̀̕͝ ̀á͠ll҉ ̵͏t͟h̶̨i͟͡n͠͠gs̷
  • Birthday 1997-07-02

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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Montreal, Canadeh
  • Interests
    Photography
    3D Animation
  • Biography
    I love aviation, computers n stuff

    and as a game designer / multimedia

    if you are in the search for a logo or any kind of computer illustration, just PM me !
  • Occupation
    3D artist, Web developer, Photographer.

System

  • CPU
    Intel core i7_4790K
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z97-GD65 Gaming ATX LGA1150 Motherboard
  • RAM
    Kingston Fury Black Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1866 Memory + Kingston Fury Red Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1866 Memory
  • GPU
    Asus GeForce GTX 780 3GB DirectCU II Video Card
  • Case
    Corsair 450D ATX Mid Tower Case
  • Storage
    Seagate Barracuda 2TB 3.5" 7200RPM HHD + Adata sx900 128GB 2.5" SSD +1tb munshkin ssd
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA G2 750W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply
  • Display(s)
    Asus VE278H 27'' monitor and some 4k lg display
  • Cooling
    Corsair H80i Liquid CPU Cooler + Cooler Master SickleFlow 120mm Fan X2
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 cherry MX brown (red backlight)
  • Mouse
    Logitech g502
  • Sound
    Logitech g933
  • Operating System
    windows 10
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. Program : doesn't work.

    Me : inserts all kinds of debug stuff to watch the variables as they go along

     

    The variables : <all is fine and we're exactly what we should be>

     

    The variable when it's time to do something :

  2. Haswell is best architecture. Sure, I'll upgrade from my 4790k next summer, but I:m not getting rid of it lol As much as I find it hiiilaaarious that my cpu goes for the shape price it did NEW at launch (more or less lol) These will be def cheaper and still very good. So like, why not
  3. Me : wow neat ! a group project where everyone is working xD 
    That one teammate : Hold my work

  4. Ah, yes. December.

     

    The month of panic

     

    First I gotta finish classes, which happens next Tuesday.

    But wait ! That doesn't mean my projects are done >.>

    I got a game design project due the 15th, (big doc + 1:30m video)

    A programming project due on the 16th at 10am (should be fine, but kinda big)

    Another Unity project due.. on the 12th ? (Not bad for once)

    My final 3D anim project due on the 20th.. (takes a long time to render..)

     

    I'm shooting a video for a company on the 11th..

     

    Oh and we have to finish this group business plan for the.. 12th too I think ?

     

    Yeah.. fun..

     

    Luckily for me, this is by far our most difficult semester and the next one should be pretty easy.

     

    Esp since I sorta already did a big chunk of the work for one of my classes lol

  5. @Death_and_famine I do. It's tremendously powerful for rendering.
  6. This might be related to the bug where if you @someone at the beginning of a new line, it doesn't register. (Thought only seems to be on desktop/chrome for me)
  7. here comes another review 👀

     

  8. For the longest of times, I have been on the search of the perfect usb drive. Something with capacity for my enormous college projects as well as speed. USB 3.0 sticks have the speed (sort of) and external hdds have the capacity.. But what about NVME M.2 ssds ? Sure.. but they always have that one thing I hate about external hdds.. that darn cable ! Not when you combine the power of the XPG SX600 Pro with the ingenuity of QNINE's M-Key USB enclosure ! Level1Techs version of this review Part 1: Why ??? To put it simply, I HATE cables. I know, that's a strong word... But when you've been breaking and losing them like I have, it's justified . Also, the price was the same, so like.. why not Now, for the past 2 years of college, I've been rocking this great little 128gb @Corsair Nick Voyager slider X1. It's been working flawlessly until I broke it myself. (and ok, the file transfer abuse was also my fault). It still works.. but it near the end of its life. So I found a replacement Part 2: How ??? To put it simply, it's a giant USB drive. To put it how it should, it's not. It's a full size NVME M.2 2280 SSD inside an aluminium enclosure, strapped to a usb port. It barely interacts with windows like a normal drive lol. Part 3: So, is it any good ? Honestly, yeah ! But there are some caveats.. Is it NVME fast ? Of course not ! Does it get hot and burn your hand when under load ? YOU BET ! But honestly, I can put that aside. If anything, this has started more conversation than anything with literally anyone. No one seems to know what it is, and everyone gives me that awkward chuckle like they understand a word of what I say when I explain what it is. I quite enjoy it Furthermore, after a few months with it (I purchased both items during this summer's Amazon prime day) I can tell you that it's been a great thing to have. Currently, I sit at 202gb out of 476. I never had issues with corrupted files or had any real issues with heat. One issue that I do have every so often however, is that the device won't be detected by Windows. Most of the time on a Mac or Linux machine all is good, but for some reason it takes two, sometimes three attempts for windows to detect the drive. I'm not sure if that's to do with the configuration of the ssd or the enclosure, but honestly, I can live with it. The aluminium construction is decent, the thermal pads it comes with are plenty (I actually had over double the length left over). Though they are a bit thick. Overall, would I recommend this ? Heck no. I mean, sure it's quick, has lots of capacity and can be tossed around without worry. However it's a bit expensive for the performance you ultimately don't gain. So unless you want something funny looking and it's cheap because of a sale, I say don't bother. Thanks for reading, please let me know what you thought !More reviews to come P.S. photos are mine, please ask before use.
  9. Don't get me wrong, I love the scroll wheel, but I prefer the metal & heavier feel of the older one. I'm pretty much past that already tho lol
  10. G502 mouse review ->

     

  11. Back in April 2014, Logitech released the OG, the real deal: The G502 Proteus Core. And since day one, I LOVED IT. It's by far my favorite mouse ever with a single downside: It's not wireless. Luckily, the G502 Lightspeed is here to fix that. [Click here to go to the Level1techs forum version of this review] Part 1: The Originals The G502 Lightspeed is easely mistaken for "just the same but wireless". However, that wouldn't do its other significant improvements justice. Since 2018, the G502 has been gifted with Logitech's "Hero" sensor. Which takes the DPI from 12'000 up to 16'000. The addition of RGB lighting to the Logitech G logo and DPI indicators is also important. Considering the majority of pc enthusiasts like to have their builds color-matched, It will definitively have played in the sales of the mouse. Furthermore, the scroll wheel has been by far my favorite item on the G502. It's a heavy, metal wheel that has the added feature of Infinity scroll. That's right ! At the click of a button, you can send your mouse wheel into a notch-less spin, only to be slowed down by the axis' friction ! Perfect for those long thread scrolls or finding that one forgotten semi-colon in your 1500 line python script ! And at the press of a button : right back to that classic scroll. Part 2: What's new This time around, they made 2 major changes. The first being the wireless connectivity (which we'll get to in a minute) and that scroll wheel. By far the best change this time around is the addition of the wireless feature. I wondered how much heavier the mouse would become once you add the batteries and the extra components to make it wireless, but to my surprise, it's even lighter ! Including all of the weights for both of my units, the G502 Proteus Core comes in at roughly 143 grams. The G502 Lightspeed however, comes in at 133 grams ! (yeah, I like em a bit heavy) Another great thing is that right under the mouse, there's a place to store the tiny USB dongle within the mouse. At the front, you will find a (unfortunately not USB-C) Mini USB in for using the mouse wired and charge it. Speaking of charging, You could get the additional Powerplay Wireless Charging mat and never require a wire. Although at an extra 115$, it's a bit expensive. The battery lasts quite a while, actually I typically plug it in before I go to sleep and never had it run out even on 10h+ working/gaming. The one change I don't really like however, is the scroll wheel. It's not functionally any different than the previous version as far as I can tell, but the full, heavy metal wheel has been swapped for a much lighter wheel with a ribbed rubber band on the outside. In my opinion this is very much a downgrade compared to the full metal wheel which felt great. This one feels.. honestly cheap. (not to mention that the rubber will wear out over time) Part 3: Summary In the end, would I recommend it ? Yes and no. I have fairly large hands and this mouse feels honestly great. But it might not be the best thing for you in terms of shape & size. However, the lag-free (I honestly can't tell a difference between the two in terms of input lag, it's that quick) sensor makes a compelling argument for this mouse (though this is likely equal for other Logitech mice with the same sensor) The scroll wheel is not as good as it used to be, and it's honestly better with the wireless charging pad (esp if you're like me and take your mouse with you to college, being able to keep the dongle on my laptop and still have it work at home is something I can't wait to enjoy once I buy that). Thanks for reading, please let me know what you thought ! More reviews to come P.S. photos are mine, please ask before use.
  12. It works !....
    A lot better than it did but it's far from complete :D
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    ProjetConceptSynthese.exe  <- Unity build

  13. Cpu wars, the punishment due. Amd used chiplet volley It was very effective
  14. Mystery i5
    8gb ram
    MSI Z170-A Pro
    some case
    some ok-looking 500w psu

    250$ cad 👀

    1. Show previous comments  20 more
    2. amdorintel

      amdorintel

      quick flips are good if you get a ton more money out of it, but a lot of quick flip small profits like 500 buck pcs is good.

       

      rgb is not everones cup of tea

    3. VenomZ_

      VenomZ_

      ok but do you think you're going to have a easier time selling an office looking gaming  pc or what a good amount of people want?

    4. givingtnt

      givingtnt

      I'm not putting any more cash in than I need to lol
      The case is fine as it is already so eh

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