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Cyrel

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About Cyrel

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    Member

System

  • CPU
    Intel i5 6600k 4.5 GHz OC
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z170A Tomahawk
  • RAM
    Crucial Ballistix Sport 2x8 2400 MHz
  • GPU
    MSI GeForce GTX 1080 GAMING X+
  • Case
    Zalman Z11 HF1
  • Storage
    WD Caviar Blue 1TB, Sandisk 500 GB SSD
  • PSU
    Thermaltake Litepower 600W
  • Display(s)
    ASUS VS229HA, BENQ GW2270H, ACER GN246HL
  • Cooling
    Hyper T4
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 RGB RAPIDFIRE
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum
  • Sound
    Razer Man O' War
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Heya, I've been waiting for months eyeing the new Macbook Pro lineup that's ought to be coming out soon. But I was thinking about potential Windows needs for various things and as far as I know, ARM Macbooks still do not have support for virtualization. Honestly, even with that, a part of me is ready to purchase 14" / 16" Macbook Pro (depending on the price increase for 14") whenever they come out. So, I've been thinking... What else is there that covers the following things that I'd like: - >= 14" screen (QHD/UHD doesn't matter. I am fine with a high-qua
  2. Money... perhaps, space? No. I unfortunately do not have any space for a boom arm, if I end up getting a standalone mic, it has to rest right beside my keyboard (which I believe as long as the mic is good, can ignore the sounds coming rom they keyboard) Well... Overall, it looks like I have to glue the crap out of this headset and continue using it, somehow.
  3. Hey there everyone, it's been about 2 years since I got my Arctis Pro so it's out of warranty. I need a new headset. I looked at Corsair Virtuoso SE as it had a good mic and reviews were quite fine (and it's metal, apparently) but it also had a lot of negative comments. A friend of mine suggested to just get a relatively expensive (70+ USD) in-ear headphones and get a standalone mic (like HyperX Quadcast, I really need good mic.) Any suggestions?
  4. No links in English but the one I mentioned is this (Monster ). Regarding weight... I'll be probably carrying this laptop on my back for hours, so... as low as it can get. Battery is not really a huge issue as i'll probably be close to a wall socket everytime I use it. sRGB is not really a concern, but welcome addition.
  5. I need a laptop for University, will be using it at least 5 hours a day, probably more. I've got a desktop with 1080, so I don't need really that much "gamery, black and red for high fps" laptops. But I'd like to occasionally do some little gaming (on low settings, i don't care) at school. My budget is about 700-900 USD. As I live in Turkey, I found a company that sells custom laptops (made by Clevo) which boasts a i7-8750H and 1050Ti for about 1100 USD, that's probably my last resort. Thanks.
  6. As I asked on the title, should I get 329 USD SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless OR Arctis Pro with it's own DAC + a modmic on top. I would like to start streaming so mic quality is super important for me, but also I don't want to have huge microphones in front of my monitor.
  7. Temps and "quietness" is an important factor for me. I do not have a liquid cooler at the moment but planning on getting a Corsair H100i v2 along the way. Black/Red Scheme (I got MSI stuff so good with red)
  8. So I have Zalman Z11 Plus at the moment. I recently got a 1080 and got MSI z170 Tomahawk mobo but it didn't fit in the case properly (found a workaround that is bad for longterm) I was thinking about NZXT S340 Elite, should I get it? Is there a better alternative?
  9. FTW, price is exactly the same I can also get SC2 too.
  10. ASUS' clocks seem higher but EVGA has better warranty / CS... so I dunno.
  11. I also have another thread regarding GTX 1080 or RX Vega, but I wanted to make one more to decide if I should get ASUS or EVGA 1080 in case I go for that one. Looking forward to your replies.
  12. The CPU is overclocked to 4.6 GHz, cool n all. I just realised that i will have to upgrade my PSU in case I get Vega too, considering that some of my friends told me to get a 1080Ti instead, I dunno... My budget is ready for 1080 already.
  13. I have ordered a GTX 1080 on Amazon, but after seeing all those Vega hype, I am considering to cancel the order and wait for Vega a bit. I got an i5 6600k, 16 GB RAM and a GTX 960. Probably going to do 1080p gaming for a while, but also streaming, rendering etc. And what is the best for long term?
  14. What do you think about this idea? There are various RYZEN CPU's from 129 bucks to 500, would it be wise to build a cheap server?
  15. Hey guys, looking to get a good laptop for my studies and overall use when not at home (got a pretty good gaming pc at home) specs don't have to be overkill and higher price doesn't mean better though, I checked Chrome books but really not sure which one is the best for this. I can use cloud-gaming. I will and only be able to purchase from Amazon. Thank you.
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