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About Alex(PlayMedium)

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    aka knexfan0011
  • Birthday January 31

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  • CPU
    AMD Phenom II X4 955be @3.8GHZ
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte GPA UD3H
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance 2x4gb 1600mhz cl9
  • GPU
    AMD Sapphire Radeon HD 6850
  • Case
    CoolerMaster HAF 912+
  • Storage
    Samsung 840 120gb | 2 WD red 1tb raid0 | external WD green 2tb backup
  • PSU
  • Display(s)
    Asus VG278HE 144hz | LG Flatron E2240
  • Cooling
    many noctua fans and a hyper 412S (with noctua fan of course)
  • Keyboard
    CMstorm quickfire TK brown MX switches
  • Mouse
    Sharkoon Fireglider 3600dpi
  1. Thanks, can't believe the drivers just do this on their own, feel kinda stupid now ^^
  2. Hi I have been living with this "feature" for a while now, but I want to remove it. basicly it is this threshhold that I can move, which when I position my mouse to its right side, my scroll wheel scrolls horizontally, not vertically. I can not move it further to the right or right click it to get some options for it so I have no idea how to remove it. (Mouse cursor invisible due to screenshot program) The thing in the bottom is what I can move. It is best visible on white backgrounds, like the editor. The thing on the right is locked to my mouse cursor whenever I'm on the right side of t
  3. oh AMD, pls get your naming scheme back together...
  4. And I'm just sitting here with my 290, waiting for compatible monitors.
  5. If you don't know, I recommend brown. They are tactile, so you can feel when you actuate the key and they are not as obnoxious as blues. Do you never use the num-pad or almost never? Because if you use it once or twice a month you might want to consider the quickfire TK: If is only one row wider than a normal tenkeyless, but it has the numpad an arrow keys, delete, etc all merged into a numberpad. I have it and after a few days, switching between the two modes becomes second nature.
  6. This'll be a very blurry experience. I already think "1ms" TN panels have too much motion blur without a low persistance hack, this'll be atrocious.
  7. What are you comparing this to here?
  8. If you'll mostly use it for gaming, you should consider a 120hz monitor. Asus just released a 1440p 120hz gsync monitor, just get that one if you have an nVidia card EDIT: Asus PG278Q
  9. 4k@60hz works with displayPort, so in theory 1440p@120hz should be no problem, 1440p has less than half the ammount of pixels compared to 4k.
  10. yeah, they flex more and are just overall less sturdy and sustaining(is that a word?), because they are using an exposed PCB where your fingers are and your dead skin cells will stay.
  11. you should have enough thermal paste for multiple installations, so why not just install it with whatever you think is the right ammount and then unmount it to see how it has spread. Then you can redo it and adjust the ammount accordingly.
  12. Try them. If you can't, order a sampler kit from wasdkeyboards: http://www.wasdkeyboards.com/index.php/wasd-sampler-kit.html#ad-image-0 I personally find reds feel a bit too soft. I have browns and love htem. You can mash reds faster though, so if you are a competetive player in games where you have to mash buttons as fast and accurate as possible, like osu!, you might want the reds, but the absense of the tactility throws many people off.
  13. Many cherry keyboards don't have a metal backplate fyi
  14. So now I'm sitting on 20k dogecoin... I hope in a few years it'll be worth something ^^