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FIXXX

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About FIXXX

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    Moldova
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    Customer Support and QA

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    AMD Ryzen R7 1700
  • Motherboard
    Asus Prime x370 Pro
  • RAM
    16 GB Corsair LPX 3000 Mhz (stable at 2933)
  • GPU
    EVGA Nvidia GTX 1070 8GB
  • Case
    Phanteks Enthoo Pro M
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    ADATA SU800 m.2 256GB / 500G Crucial CT500MX / 1TB WD Caviar / 4TB WD
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    Corsair RM1000
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    34" 3440x1440 Philips BDM3470UP
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    Corsair H100i
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 MX Brown (red LED)
  • Mouse
    Utechsmart Venus Mouse / Logitech Marble Trackball.
  • Sound
    Audinst HUD MX1 -> 2x Mackie MR5 MK2 / Sennheiser HD 6XX
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro (Retail)

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  1. That giveaway is up, btw: https://store.playstation.com/en-us/category/83ccec1a-8c8e-4ef7-bb02-ba0fdf042e6c/1 from 26 March 3am GMT to 23 April 04:00 They all require a PS4 to actually play. But free is free. If I get one some day its good to know I have something to play.
  2. Great. Not only is Nvidia shoveling cash with a mega-shovel-machine - but their Cloud Gaming solution is the only one that's worth its' salt.

    *sigh*

  3. Sure First I thought you were replying to the question
  4. This has to count as tech, doesn't it?) As far as I can see ALL sonic toothbrushes are battery-powered. Question is - are there any that work from the plug? A few minutes of googling didn't turn anything up.
  5. Grab this one https://drop.com/buy/massdrop-sennheiser-hd6xx + Any decent amplifier. I remember listening to these with a Little Dot MK2 and it was warm and cozy to my ears. Though you certainly use whichever is affordable - hopefully between $100 - $200.
  6. Anyone interested in it should note the very weak iGPU. Just for some 30-minute fun in older games at medium detail at best, if not lower. And be sure to check data on getting inside the machine. Lenovo, I think, should have a teardown guild or something. A friend got a laptop in 2020 and it had a pretty nice guide on their website.
  7. It did install and run right away. No voodoo chants necessary. With one exception. To change the resolution without a crash you need to Alt - Enter / Switch to Windowed mode. Change to the res you need and then play as you usually would Fullscreen or Windowed.
  8. Posting gone. That answers your question.
  9. Wasn't there some hullabaloo last mining crisis that Nvidia did exactly that? 50k cards were sold more or less directly to some huge Chinese farm? Wouldn't be surprised there was some contract where the farm paid extra for the privilege. Or am I misremembering it all?
  10. Indeed. Thanks. Just grabbed Ratchet and Clank from that Play At Home thing. Then the other games will likely be available via the same place.
  11. https://www.gog.com/game/neverwinter_nights_2_complete I had to get it since it's a long-ass game that any RPG fan should try out and for that price? Come on. Just grab it.
  12. Will we be able to "link" them to a playstation account without owning a physical device?
  13. Had a thought and went to look. Tech youtube channel subs are stagnating severely for the last few months.

    I wonder, is the GPU drought at fault? Shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit 😞

  14. As far as I understand it's the exclusivity deals they had/have with triple-A game studios.
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