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PrincePickle

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  1. I use Ikea Galant desk, but the Bekant desks I hear are nice options as well.
  2. I had the G910 for quite sometime and I've been using Cherry MX switches for many years before and since. I agree with some of the other posters, there really isn't a comparison between the two switches. The Romer-G switches definitely have a bump whereas Cherry MX has more of a click. I also agree with some of the other posters that browns is about the closest comparison you're going to get.
  3. Introduction I recently installed a Corsair HG N980 and I wanted to share my experience in case other people were thinking about going down a similar road to liquid cool their GPU. Overall the experience went well and I'm pleased with the results. Parts I used for this upgrade were the HG N980 cooling bracket paired with a H110i GT liquid cooler and wound up buying a H80i GT liquid cooler for the CPU. Installation had a few hiccups but nothing I couldn't overcome. My biggest issue was removing all the small screws coated with blue Loctite from the stock cooler. I wo
  4. I saw Razer released the Diamondback Chroma mouse and looking at the shape of the mouse I thought it might be something I like. I wear a size small glove so finding a gaming mouse that isn't too big can be a challenge. I went ahead and ordered one off of amazon to see if I like it better than my Logitech G502. I took delivery today and I quite like it, even more than my daily driver, the Logitech G502. It's light, responds well, clicks nicely, narrow and not too tall so it fits my hand nicely. The lighting effects are pretty snazzy and over all build quality seems decent. However, for wh
  5. The two mice I've used for the longest are the G9x and the Razer Naga 2012 and 2014 edition. I've been branching back into more simple mice recently and gave the G502 a go for a while. While it was a great mouse it was a little too large and heavy for my small hands. I picked up the G302 on a whim and found that I really liked it. It's light and fits my small hands really well, however a month later they released the G303 which fixes some of the gripes I had with the G302, grrr. I guess I'll be getting the G303 once it's released and hopefully that will be it for a while. Hopefully.... l
  6. I got the ROG Swift and the color reproduction is average, which is fine for me. I wouldn't do any serious photo work on it, but for gaming and internet surfing it's fine. However, if you're really picky about colors then I would find a IPS panel to your liking.
  7. The movement of the volume buttons to the back of the phone is a great idea. I've never liked side buttons on phones very much because I accidentally hit them too often. Hopefully this is the beginning of making the empty space on the back of the phone more usable. While some people have been griping about the display as unnecessary, I disagree. I think pushing the envelope is important and once one company does it the rest follow suit. Once the standard becomes more common place the applications and support will naturally come with it. Interesting phone and I expect it to sell
  8. I recently bought a Cooler Master SickleFlow 120 case fan but it spins full speed at 2000 RPM which is too loud. Tried adjusting the fan speed through the BIOS, but that hasn't had any affect. Any ideas on how to reduce the RPM on the case fan without using 3.5 or 5.25 bay fan controller? Its an ITX build and don't have a lot of space for additional hardware, thanks.
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    G-sync

    Any word on the availability of the DIY G-sync kit for the Asus VG248QE monitor? I thought the time frame was a December launch, but haven't heard any news on this in a while and December is only a few days away.
  10. I had a similar problem while playing video games with my computer, except my computer didn't blue screen it just shut off and restarted. Turns out the power supply couldn't supply enough power to the GPU underload and would crash the computer. I was able to verify this by using a different power supply. Good luck!
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