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Crunken

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About Crunken

  • Title
    Veteran

System

  • CPU
    Intel® Core™ i7-9700K
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG Z390-F 1151
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO DDR4 16GB
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2060 GAMING OC
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define R5
  • Storage
    Corsair MP510 480gb NVMe, Samsung 850 EVO & WD Desktop Blue 1TB
  • PSU
    Corsair TX650M - 650W
  • Display(s)
    Asus 27" LED VG279Q & LG 27EA63
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo Black Edition
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K65 RGB with Cherry MX Speed Switches
  • Mouse
    Glorious Model O
  • Sound
    Logitech G Pro X
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    Macbook Air

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  1. Still can't find the drive when i try to reinstall osx, haven't tried bootable usb yet but seemed a little advanced, any other suggestions? i've tried formatted the drive in windows
  2. Not 100% it's the drive but i assume it is, it stopped working suddenly so i assume it's just cause the HDD is old I'll try that, thanks Oh i didn't know about that, i'll have to look into it a bit more to see if that's the issue
  3. So i have an old macbook pro, i think it's a 2012 or 2013 model. The harddrive in it broke and i bought a new 2.5" SSD that i put in but it doesn't detect it, what's the easiest way to install OSX on there? i have another mac but no sata to usb cable and i have my main windows desktop. Didn't know what topic to put this in, since it's not only OS or only SSD, sorry if it's the wrong place
  4. I know some people use dac's that use USB type c, then you can get high quality wired with phones that don't have 3.5mm jack
  5. Just go on something like PCpartpicker or a website from a store in your country, seems like you know what you want to get, just look it up on either of those websites and get one that fits ur budget
  6. I've played them all with controller and prefer it, the games (especially the older ones) are built for controllers, but from a quick google search this is what some people use for the latest games with keyboard and mouse. You can probably adapt the settings for the older games
  7. You could probably contact support for a licence key
  8. All are good, it just depends on how you want them to click, i personally use MX Speed, they're my favorite. If you can, i'd suggest going to a store to try them before you decide
  9. i'd recommend something from asus, they're monitors are always really nice in my experience
  10. The left mouse button was a bit weird and the scroll wheel stopped scrolling xd I still think the model d would be better if you don't like the shape of model o, even tho it looks like it does lmao if it's the best mouse you can get the looks shouldn't be the main factor, and the durability is fine if you don't death grip your mouse and eat over it xd 20 mil clicks might not be a lot for a league player but you don't need to click that much in fps games
  11. The deathadder is pretty comfortable, i had one before but that one broke after like a month
  12. If you could it's always nice to try them a store, but i still think model d would be good if you like to palm it, i've had my model o since last june (the first version not the one with fixed cable) and it's still like new, if you just clean it now and then it's fine (you should clean ur mouse anyways xd)
  13. lmao never looked at it that way before xDDDD 20 mil clicks is fine imo, and if you don't like the design the model o is also nice, or g skoll as well. For fps games it's a lot nicer with lighter mice. You could go something like gpro wireless or razer viper ultimate
  14. What are you gonna use it for? gaming i assume but what kind? i personally prefer lighter mice, currently using model o and really enjoying it, but there is the model d or something from g skoll for example if you prefer palm grip
  15. right now i'm using a VG279Q for gaming and video editing, old one was a TN 1ms 144hz, i can tell the difference between 4ms and 1ms, if it's FPS games i suggest the 1ms monitor, plus you save some money I decided to get the IPS one because i use photoshop and sony vegas as well and i'm really enjoying IPS, but for purely gaming TN is enough and the response time will make a difference imho
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