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About Stardar1

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  • Birthday May 7

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    I'm on this website, can you not guess?
  • Biography
    my steam library.
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  • CPU
    i7 6700k
  • Motherboard
    In flux
  • RAM
    In flux
  • GPU
    In flux
  • Case
    Phanteks Enthoo Pro White
  • Storage
    In flux
  • PSU
    EVGA G2 750W
  • Display(s)
    In flux
  • Cooling
    in flux
  • Keyboard
    Custom White Logitech G710+ MX Blue
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum
  • Sound
    Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum Wireless gaming headset & Blue Snowball
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. I forgot form factor! Not tenkeyless. (There has to be a better way to say that) I like cherry switches personally. Never tried a massdrop board
  2. Oh they have MX Greens! thanks for the input, ill do some research. I like the aluminum of the das, but these look good as well.
  3. Hello lovely members of LTT! I have chosen to reactivate my account and return from my long hiatus of all things tech! I am in need of a new mechanical keyboard, and was looking at this keyboard from Das https://www.daskeyboard.com/daskeyboard-4-professional/ If you have other recommendations, here are my preferences: Switch: Cherry MX Blue Price: Under $200 USD Backlight: White, RGB, or none. Macros: none needed I would prefer a keyboard that doesnt come off as too “gamer”. Something simple.
  4. I believe that Windows 8.1 associates its key with the motherboard hash. If that's the case then no, you cannot.
  5. The Pentium G4560 performs almost identically to that i3 for about $50 less. Other than that, looks good, though I might try to spend a little less on the case if your budget is that tight.
  6. So I'm better off just trading in it like stock rather than mining it.
  7. The 212 EVO is not compatible with that case. The Cryorig C7 performs similarly and is low profile.
  8. I can confirm that my electricity charge rate will not increase unless I mine with about 20 cards. but as etherium increases in value, will that offset the difficulty increase?
  9. Hyper 212 EVO is always a safe option, or you could get a Corsair H55 for about $50 if you want to liquid cool I'm not saying that a product is bad because it's unpopular, but saying that unpopularity is better is a rather fantastic claim.
  10. The cards are a little pricey, but according to my math they'll pay for themselves in about 10 weeks. the other thing is that Eth has been climbing rapidly in value, and that $4 per day per card (1% of a single eth per day per card) should go up with it, right?
  11. The G602 is very similar to the G502, which is the mouse I now use after my deathadder broke. I have very large hands and use a palm grip, and the G502 is perfect for me, as was my deathadder. A lot of stores (Frys, Best Buy, etc) will have mice out to try, and the G502 and G602 are very common. As for headphones, I have a pair of Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrums, and, while they are expensive, I find them to be very nice. They do not have amazing sound quality (it's ok really), but they are durable and have a ton of features, and I have coverage of my ent
  12. so i'm looking at about $240 a month, minus energy costs (~$20 per month here)? That's pretty good, and does it scale evenly? 2 more cards would double the rate? Also, does the CPU matter or could I just throw in a Pentium G4560 and call it good?
  13. You might try out the G602 for the mouse. Are you also looking for wireless headphones?
  14. This is a brief question. A friend of mine is willing to sell me his 2 XFX Rx 480 8GB cards for $300 apiece. How effectively could I mine etherium with these, and what other components should I use? Really what I'm looking for is a ballpark estimate of how much I could make with this, are we talking pennies a month? dozens? hundreds? more? Thanks, any advice helps.
  15. What you're describing is a Logitech G900 or G800 series keyboard with blues. Problem is both of those series use Romer G, which are similar to MX Browns (Not blues as @ARikozuMsuggested) Corsair has a few options