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WindyDays

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  1. Ducky Shine 3 with Corsair M65 mouse, but the middle click doesn't really work anymore so I had to rebind the DPI switch to middle click. Unfortunately, that also seems to not work sometimes.
  2. The low-profile keys of the GRAM are interesting, and will probably make the RGB effect more pronounced. Would like to see how those switches compare to standard cherry switches.
  3. Edit: er... I read your post wrong, sorry.
  4. I like the Feenix Autore the most - the black-on-black gives a very stealthy and elegant look (much like their lineup)!
  5. If you check this article out, I think you'll find that this isn't really a big issue. Really have to check for sensationalism when they make these kinds of statements.
  6. No. I don't see how Vessel can have any negative impact. If you didn't know that there was a Vessel channel, I doubt that anyone would even notice a difference just watching the Youtube videos. Perhaps you might notice during the WAN show when they discuss early access videos.
  7. I think different keyboard sizes are best for different situations - for example, if you want to carry a MKB around then you'd probably want a 60%, whilst for desktop use you might want full-size or TKL (at least this is what I want). I use the numpad a fair bit, so ideally I'd keep that for my desktop (I have a DS3 full-size right now). However, the actual keys being off-centre relative to where I sit sometimes bugs me a bit, so perhaps the ideal solution would be TKL + separate (mechanical) numpad. However, I'm very interested in 60% MKBs and I'd be ecstatic to receive a Poker 3! Thank y
  8. Username: WindyDays https://www.vessel.com/videos/Yj4PbcgKj https://www.vessel.com/videos/JYZEYDYx0 As always, thank you for the giveaway!
  9. This is a really good format for non-review/informal videos (but then again everything is informal at LTT...)
  10. Thank you for these giveaways!
  11. Even though MSN was gone for most people a few years ago, there were features that existed in MSN 8+ years ago that don't exist on Skype or really any other popular messaging platform now
  12. Honestly I'd just use it for a new build that I am planning to do anyway. However, it might be helpful for software development and folding. Or perhaps I will trade with someone who needs this 6 core CPU more than me.
  13. Lol didn't they already say this multiple times and the end result is nothing (good) actually happens?
  14. Wait... what happened here? Why did a bunch of people get quoted to to post? If I think this is what I think it is, I don't feel that you need to apologise, although if you make amendments to your opinion you can simply post again/edit your original post. Furthermore, I think it was a good thread for feedback on the direction on new videos (even though there was one kind of recently anyway).
  15. Regarding the original topic: I watch Linus' videos to learn about the state of the tech market because I enjoy it and I enjoy how LTT covers them. Even if there are products that I'm never looking to buy or won't be able to afford any time soon, I feel like I can learn something from these videos so I watch them. That recent eyefinity video? I'm unable to afford that, but not only was it really interesting, it was educational not just because" Linus said this and thus I learnt that", but because it provides insight into these types of setups, allowing me to judge the qualities of such a
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