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About FluffyNuggets

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    The Man With A Muffin
  • Birthday 1985-07-02

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  1. That happens with most phones it's not an exclusive problem. New software just isn't made for older devices.
  2. https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-34-Inch-Widescreen-Monitor-C34F791/dp/B01M1D7JVO/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1493424888&sr=8-1&keywords=samsung+791
  3. 16:9 monitors get boring regardless of refresh rates. I was getting bored of gaming and bought a 3440x1440 monitor and it's completely different while gaming.
  4. I run it fine on a GTX 1070. Sure it's not uber maxed settings on every game but I honestly don't care. The response times are what matters to me more than how shiny some texture looks.
  5. I'll personally never buy another G-Sync monitor if that's any help. For sure it works and makes games run smooth but it's just another thing that could possibly fail and kill your monitor. My PG278Q one day suddenly had distorted text so I disabled G-Sync and helped for a few hours then started again. Lowered refresh rate fixed it for a few hours then suddenly full white screen of death. Come to find out the G-Sync module died and took the whole monitor out with it. IMO, G-Sync is like paying extra for somebody to come by in a year and destroy your monitor. I've never had a monitor die so fast on me, especially an $800 monitor. Choice is yours but I don't trust it. I know a few others as well that had the same thing kill their monitor.
  6. G-Sync is V-Sync, only difference is G-Sync syncs with your GPU. You don't need it enabled pulling high frames, it's only worthwhile at lower framerates from my experience.
  7. I went from the ASUS PG278Q 144Hz 1440p monitor to the Samsung CF791 34" 3440x1440 100Hz monitor and the Samsung is way better. While your standard 1440p monitor isn't bad, ultra wide is just on a whole other level.
  8. You should have a few year warranty on it. I just replaced mine a few months back because the G-Sync went out on it and distorted the text and next day monitor had a solid white screen. I did an advanced RMA because I didn't want the same monitor repaired and sent back. Took ASUS almost 3 months to send me one and probably 6 hours on the phone. Be warned they are a horrible company when doing advanced RMA's. They tried sending me a $300 monitor as a replacement for the Swift and when I declined they cancelled the RMA.
  9. Mine seems firm laying flat with the feet off. It doesn't wobble but slides slightly. It's really not a bad keyboard for the cost and you can change the keycaps like you said.
  10. Yeah seems to be the case. Don't be fooled by the aluminum look because the bottom is made of plastic.
  11. Had this keyboard for several months now and here's my thoughts. I have the Black Switch version and they feel pretty light to touch. Blacks are usually a bit harder to push so they almost feel like Red's. Mine has damaged RGB lighting, mainly on the right half of the board. Some of the keys don't match the others and a few keys don't display certain colors. It's mainly the 10-key on the right, the arrow keys, and a few of the keys to the right of the space bar. Another issue I have that I just noticed after hooking it back up is the cheap plastic risers to elevate the board. One of them completely snapped so now I have to use the board completely flat which kinda sucks. They also don't grip whatsoever so the board would just slide when elevated. Having said that, the board is pretty good for what it is. It's not full RGB but gets the job done and doesn't require software to use. Had all my RGB lighting worked the same I'd be way happier but can't do much about it. Was gonna return for a full refund but just not worth the hassle considering the price of the thing.
  12. Well I'm on month 8 and it's the same as new. Reviews are worthless just from people who break stuff and blame it on them. Even if it does break, that's what warranties are for. My 34UM95 had loads of issues out of the box and that was considerably more expensive. It's just anything with a display is bound to have issues doesn't mean the entire line is bad. There's many here that probably have the Swift and have zero issues.
  13. Had mine since December and haven't had a single issue with it. It's probably the best gaming monitor on the market as of now and for the current price it's a steal.
  14. This one uses same switches as Thermalfake http://www.amazon.com/Azio-Backlit-Mechanical-Keyboard-MGK1/dp/B00OBA6QYY/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1438326971&sr=8-10&keywords=mechanical+keyboard&refinements=p_76%3A2661625011 Real Cherry http://www.amazon.com/CM-Storm-QuickFire-TK-Mechanical/dp/B00AOIRCI6/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1438326971&sr=8-6&keywords=mechanical+keyboard&refinements=p_76%3A2661625011 They are barely much more and you're not supporting thief's.