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James the Broke Gamer

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    airplanes and food

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  1. the most brilliant mind of 2019: 664104530_ScreenShot2019-02-13at4_47_29PM.png.a3654690a68d4d21c707a215fd8cf661.png1052402319_ScreenShot2019-02-13at4_48_02PM.png.2a2c9ce2f793e1422c7e385b94607dae.png duz noh not how to speling vary gud some reezon

  2. cool, thx for answering (btw I was joking with the complicated part it is hard to be sarcastic on a forum)
  3. god damnit someone leaked my selfie from a few weeks ago
  4. So I am a MacOS fan- I have a windows PC but I have a macbook (macOS mojave) and I was wondering, does one software do better at saving energy (with all the animations on and stuff) also, has the efficiency gotten better or worse since the first GUIs so if anyone just knows anything interesting about this id luv 2 here it
  5. WUTTT dont let my mom see this topic she will smash all of my devices then wrap my head in lead and give me a hazmat suit
  6. wut do you need a 2080 for? if your 4k gaming then I understand- rog is overpriced, they make good cards, but you could probably get a liquid cooled hybrid for the same price idk
  7. hey man im nut a pezant I am a waffle maker
  8. yes it fits ov course and screwes in and everything, but the PSU is old and the cables are hella short
  9. ryzen 7? seeing as you have a 1070ti you probably can achieve decent fps on 1080p - 4K gaming. The Ryzen 7 was designed for workstation because it has a good core and thread count. Overclocking it if you can is a good idea, but if you are not happy with the performace you are getting from it gaming wise, then recent Intel CPU's have a very high gaming bench, but not as good as AMD for workstations, OR you can just buy a $50 air cooler (noctua makes good ones) and then overclock it very high. My friend has a i7 8700k and a 360mm AIO and he can overclock his to 5.3 ghz with no problems. my other
  10. hey GabrielLP14 u have more posts then me that is what is up.