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connorpiper

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About connorpiper

  • Title
    Volvo Enthusiast
  • Birthday May 28, 1999

Contact Methods

  • Discord
    Volvo#9330
  • Steam
    volvo
  • Battle.net
    volvo#11608 (msg where you came from)

Profile Information

  • Location
    California
  • Gender
    Male
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 3600 OC
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450 Bazooka v2
  • RAM
    16GB Crucial 2400MHz DDR4
  • GPU
    GTX 1070 FE
  • Case
    Phanteks P400S
  • Storage
    Samsung 970 EVO M.2 256GB. 1TB WD HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair RM650
  • Display(s)
    Dell P2416D, Acer ED27
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-U12S
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G-Pro
  • Mouse
    Logitech G-Pro
  • Sound
    Sony MDR-1A
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. They said they were having issues getting WUs to everyone at once. Lots of people working right now. Mine took about 20 mins longer than the CPU.
  2. I am guessing they are having high load on their side. I can't get a passkey or any WUs. Happening to anyone else?
  3. If anyone looks at this in the future, the CM MM710 is great. Just get the matte one though. Glossy is way too sticky.
  4. No, and I never loved this mouse. G303 was far better.
  5. So I previously had the Logitech G303 and loved that mouse, but it started to have problems with left click after 2 years of use. So once that finally died I switched to the G Pro with the Delta Zero sensor. While I did not enjoy the feel of the mouse, at least it had the same sensor. Recently my G Pro has started having the common double-click problem on left click, so I will be needing a replacement. The problem is that the G303 has a cult following and I cannot find one for a reasonable price. I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for mice similar in shape to the G303, per
  6. saab.thumb.png.1c4e9c4e4be762e2a4734ba6c >   5793025a37fb6_Volvologo2015.jpg.03476c2f

     

     

    yes I know Saab doesn't make cars anymore. But they're still better.

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    2. pinksnowbirdie

      pinksnowbirdie

      This is my car at work lol

      19 and still rocking a permit lmao oh well soon enough I’ll be taking a skills test to get the full thing, helps that my mom and I work at the same place so we can car pool. I drove that day. 

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    3. connorpiper

      connorpiper

      I would compare the 9-7X to the Aztek. Horrible, but good. And GM "quality".

       

       

    4. pinksnowbirdie

      pinksnowbirdie

      nah the 9-7X is godly.

      Best Trailblazer relative ever made

  7. Try to change Power Management in Nvidia control panel to high performance. Right click desktop > Nvidia Control Panel Manage 3D settings > Power Management Mode > Prefer maximum performance.
  8. Both are not very powerful, you should not have issues with CPU bottlenecking.
  9. Use HW monitor to measure maximum temp. Sounds like thermal throttling. https://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html
  10. Well when reviewing phones that could have water resistance, mostly they will be in the flagship range. ($600>) If all the other phones that compete with this certain phone are waterproof and they are the same price, then that is a reason to complain about water resistance, it is less about what the feature does, and more about the value of the phone. Is there a specific reason why they could not waterproof the phone, or is the manufacturer just trying to save money? Hopefully reviewers will use common sense to determine one or the other. In the case of the Razer phone, the larg
  11. To be fair, using Google Launchers (And Nova Launcher) you can activate Google Assistant with the hotword anywhere. No button needed. I would add the HTC U11 to that list, though it is also missing the headphone jack. I would have gone for the new Pixel when it was released if the XL was cheaper and had a headphone jack, the normal Pixel 2 is just too bricky, and my 5.2" screen is the smallest I am willing to go. So the U11 is very similar to the Pixel 2 XL on the inside with a smaller package. From that list I would be choosing the 5T. Thought it feels as more of a co
  12. It really is not the same, I can actually stay below maximum volume and be as loud as I need on my headphones. (Unlike other phones I have owned and used) Cameras are not cheap, so a very good camera is going to increase the price a lot. That is something that is worth it to me because I enjoy taking pictures and I don't always have my camera with me. It may not be something you want, but it is expensive no matter what. And price on phones is usually the same with computers, the higher you go the less value. On flagships you are paying for better cameras, exclusive features,
  13. I mean, the HTC 10 is the only phone with a dedicated headphone amp/DAC. It also definitely has better cameras than your phone. Though the common theme with flagships are the cameras. Also: This
  14. My friends and I all have this phone and we have one of each color. The red one is not that ugly at all, and it looks just fine in a clear case. Though the shade reminds me of 2000s slide phones. I have the standard one, because it was the only color I could get at launch. Have had the phone since then, and I still love it.
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