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  1. Anyone of those would be fine
  2. I'm looking to get a good 1080p monitor as I find that to be the best resolution for me as I do not care much for 2k or 4k monitors. So far I have found this monitor https://www.amazon.ca/Acer-XFA240-bmjdpr-Response-Technology/dp/B06ZYHZ6R6/?tag=aboutcom02lifewire2-20 Please give me any suggestions or feedback on monitors I should get. If possible linking urls for Canada would be nice. My requirements are 144hz or 120hz 1080p resolution (Can vary) High refresh rate
  3. As the title says it will mainly be used solely for web browsing, having an SSD is preferable and the cost being around 500 Canadian and below.
  4. It was mostly range that was an issue, the house is 2 floors and we indeed wanted wifi in the backyard. Our backyard isn't that big so just a decent router would be able to reach as we bought a router in store and it was able to reach but it had stuttering issues so we decided to order one online. There are about two wired devices and about 5 wireless devices, four more if we include phones. There is only one person who uses Netflix in the house. Side Note: I never knew you could change the base firmware of a router, I always assumed you would be stuck with it.
  5. So I ordered a Linksys WRT1900ACS from NCIX but unfortunately my order has been delayed and I do not know when it will be shipped. So I was wondering if there are any good alternatives to this with Canadian pricing. I choose this router in the first place as ones that were "weaker" than it were around the same pricing range for Canadian currency. If you know any routers that are better than this or equal while being within the same pricing range, please do recommended me it.
  6. So we have weak wifi on the first floor of our house so I'm thinking about getting a extender. Recommend me one you believe is good and a reason why. So far two that I've been looking at are the TP-Link AC1900 and the NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900, netgear is on the more expensive side and the AC1900 seems like a good mash price and quality. On a side note- Our modem is the Hitron CGNM-2250 that we got from our service provider. https://community.shaw.ca/docs/DOC-4098 I'm not sure how great this modem is compared to third parties, if Its turns out to be bad
  7. Those are a bit too pricey for my taste, I'm looking for one for around maybe 100-300 range if possible
  8. So I've been always been using random chairs when using my computer, most of the time my back doesn't even touch the back of the chair so I started to wonder if I should get a proper chair. Can you confirm if ergonomic/office chairs are worth it. EDIT - So it seems buying a chair is worth it I've been looking at this chair as it has lumbar support, if anyone has any better suggestions please tell me or what other traits I should be looking for when choosing a chair. http://www.staples.ca/en/Staples-Turcotte-Luxura-High-Back-Executive-Chair-Black/product_934103_1-CA_1_2000
  9. As the title says I would like you to tell me what are some good headsets to buy. I don't need anything fancy. It can be either wired or wireless Thanks
  10. @Pendragon Forgot to ask this but this means I just have to buy laptop RAM that's DDR4 right?
  11. Lol, well then I would have never even guessed that the laptop was the one that was wrong. When I read the RAM stick that was on the laptop it said DDR4 but didn't give it much thought other than "thats weird". I even took a picture of it as well lol.......
  12. Well I kinda closed up my laptop already but heres another picture I took with the RAM that came with the laptop
  13. Lol how do you even do that? First time I ever had to deal with customer service over an online order. Would I just write up a storm in mini-description where you file they sent you the wrong order?
  14. Ahh, was wondering if that was the case but was confused as the sticker on the back on the RAM sticks had the correct serial number.