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MrDynamicMan

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About MrDynamicMan

  • Title
    Paradigm Shift

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    MrDynamicMan
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Profile Information

  • Location
    #MakeMemberTitlesGreatAgain
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Ark Survival evolved fan, getting into to politics, keyboard enthusiast, Politics.
  • Occupation
    Passing people off online

System

  • CPU
    i5 4690k @ 4.1ghz
  • Motherboard
    MSi z87 gaming M
  • RAM
    8GB gskills ripjaws
  • GPU
    Gigabyte G1 Gaming 970 @ 1437 Mhz
  • Case
    corsair obsidian 350d
  • Storage
    120gb Kingston SSDnow, 1tb WD caviar Blue
  • Display(s)
    Samsung 24" curved panel
  • Keyboard
    Royal Kludge RK07. A white tkl RGB out of China.
  • Mouse
    Corsair m95
  • Sound
    HyperX Cloud 2s
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. A friend recently gifted me an old computer so I'd have somthing to do during quarantine. However it's stuck in the windows startup repair Loop. Ideally I want to be able to reset the copy of windows that's already installed (he lost the windows key a long time ago), but I can't select this option because his C drive doesn't have the required free 6gb and there's no way to delete anything off it since windows won't open. Is there anything I can do? The regular CMD fixes don't work. Is there any software I can use off a USB drive? Could I perhaps boot Linu
  2. I still use my kindle when out and about, but typically only on holidays or at home. I prefer the lack of backlight and the battery is a big draw too.
  3. "Yeah, we didnt have enough space for a 3.5mm jack, so instead we used the entire side of the phone for a stick of plastic."
  4. Hi My names Steve Irwin and today we're extractin' some wiiild copper deposits.
  5. There's a monoprice pair of headphones that are really bass heavy, but you literally will not find headphones that will make your head shake Magnets aren't that strong and headphone speakers aren't heavy enough. If you really want that, go ahead and buy an electric motor, tape an arm to it to make it unstable, and then tape it to your head. Your head will definitely be shaking, and your neck will also be breaking. TL:DR guy who knows nothing wants to get tinnitus. @Max_Settings what was your monoprice bassheadphones again? EDIT: they're the monoprice ret
  6. The logitech speakers are good, but there are better out there. Personally, I recommend the Micca PB42x (if I'm remembering correctly.) They're widely regarded as the best sub $150 speakers out there.
  7. you should really put links to all your reviews in your sig. Or a pastebin link for all of them.
  8. I wouldn't really trust amazon reviews on audio gear. Most people don't buy enough pairs of headphones to have something to reference against. Do you want closed or open back? At your pricepoint theres a ton of possibilties.
  9. Really? The treble on the 990's never bothered me. Maybe I just got used to it.
  10. as max_settings sid, 7.1 is phony. Its just a marketing gimmick, and won't really change anything. Basically any game already has directional sound, and how well you can hear those directions are based on the quality of the headphones, not "7.1"
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