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Jacona

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About Jacona

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    Mr. Irrelevant

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    ¿ʇɐ ƃuᴉʞool noʎ ǝɹɐ ʇɐɥM
  • Interests
    Engineering
    Drawing
    CADing
    Manga/Anime
    Random Tech

    Music (JazzHop, Piano Based Music, Eurobeat, random variation of Rock, Drum n' Bass)
  • Occupation
    College Student

System

  • CPU
    Intel i5 4460
  • Motherboard
    AsRock H97 Pro4
  • RAM
    PNY 16 GB DDR3 1600 Hz
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 970 4G
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define S
  • Storage
    Sandisk Ultra II 240 GB SSD + Western Digital 1 TB HDD
  • PSU
    Seasonic M12II EVO 620W
  • Display(s)
    AOC E2460SD 1080p
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO
  • Keyboard
    Magicforce (OUTEMU Brown)
  • Mouse
    Mionix Noas 7000 (on Qck)
  • Sound
    FiiO E10K USB DAC + AMP > NVX XPT100, Venture Electronics Monk, ATH-M30X, Marshall Mode EQ, Panasonic RPHJE120K, Apple EarPods
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Well damn this thing is still alive.
  2. Jacona

    Portable Dac/amp?

    Well if you do end up getting something then the Fulla 2 is a pretty great entry level Amp/Dac, especially if you choose to get some active speakers later on.
  3. What kind of games do you usually play? What type of grip style do you find yourself using/is the most comfortable?
  4. Custom One Pros might be a good match, though they are a bit more expensive at 150ish There's also the Shure 440/840 in which some people prefer over the ATH-MX0 line
  5. What type of music do you usually listen to?
  6. SteelSeries Rival 100? Not the best sensor but should get the job done. There was a mouse on massdrop a while ago that used the Sensei mouse shape with a 3360 sensor all for about $40, but it's over now.
  7. Dirt is often embedded into the mousepad and would require a sponge or a brush to properly clean it (even if the pad looks clean from a wiping). Patchy dirt areas also have caused some tracking issues for me.
  8. IDK if I can find any keyboard that can fulfill all the requirements, but linear switches with o-rings or landing pads are usually (one of) the most quiet when it comes to Cherry type switches. Corsair has the Cherry MX silent switches but not sure if it's available in a TKL format. There are a few Magicforce keyboards that are a 65% layout with a aluminum back-plate and can go for as low as 40 USD. If you want to prioritize silent, then there are Matias silent keyboards that are noticeably quieter than cherry switches. Ducky Shine mini V60 with matias switches
  9. Was the pad still wet when you tried it? I've had tracking problems with my Naos 7000 when I tried it after washing my pad. If so, just let it dry and try again later. Cleaning the sensor area of dust and/or particles can help too.
  10. Jacona

    G402 vs G303

    Well the 3366 (G303) have higher tracking speed then the AM010 (G402), so if you use low sensitivity then the G303 would be best. If you use higher sensitivity then the G402 should be fine.
  11. Jacona

    HE-400i vs TH500RP

    I thought you said T50RP at first but then saw there was an extra H and 0. Well the 400i definitely measures better than those TH500RP. Fostex basically took the T50RP drivers and put them in an open TH-900 housing. The 400i are 93dB/(mw?), so it's kinda is hard to drive but could probably get away if your motherboard is pretty decent like a Z or X board. Try it and if it's not loud enough there's the Magni 2 B-stock for like $90.
  12. How about some Mionix mouse? The Naos 7000 uses the 3310 and has an aggressive ergonomic shape. The Castor also uses the 3310 but is a bit more subtle with it's shape. Both have been stated to be very comfortable.
  13. Aftermarket RX 480 might be your best bet, unless you can somehow find a GTX 970 under ~240.
  14. The scroll wheel and the material used on the side are different between the original Rival and the Rival 300. The original Rival had some durability problem with the material they used, so it'll be best to get the updated 300 version.
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