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About MS-DOS Guy

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  • Birthday Feb 09, 2007

Contact Methods

  • Discord
    MS-DOS Guy#0787
  • Steam
    MS-DOS Guy
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Profile Information

  • Location
    Tampa, Florida USA
  • Gender
  • Interests
    Programming ( mostly in C#, although I also know Java and C++, for back end web development or... well... minecraft mods and regular app development occasionally respectively), Building Computers since I was 11. I love computer science, computer architecture, ethical hacking, networking, and have recently dabbled in server stuff.

    Apart from that, I also like audio.
  • Biography
    Started building computers, eventually got into audio engineering, software development and stuff I guess which led to me learning computer science. Currently working on a C#/OpenGL game called KnightsRealm. Also working on a crypter in C++ ( like cryptography? ) and a raspberry pi project to control my lights and fans w/ C# and OpenGL for a GUI since I'm making a mobile app with it. Also working on starting to use commercial game engines since making my own is a pain in the ass. Plan on using Unity. Maybe some Unreal since I know C++ a bit. Feel I need to get a little more experienced in that area. Suppose the only way to do that is to develop within it more :D
  • Occupation
    Student, Software Developer, Game Developer, Freelance Computer Technician


  • CPU
    i5 2500k @4.5ghz OC ( asus doesn't let me change voltage on this board unfortunately, only dram and vccio voltage and IMC voltage so voltage is managed by the motherboard, would prefer if I could manually change it, thus I plan to upgrade to probably the PRO version soon )
  • Motherboard
    Asus P8Z68 LE
  • RAM
    Kingston HyperX Predator 2133mhz ddr3 2x8 16GB
  • GPU
    GTX 1060 3G Zotax Mini
  • Case
    Phanteks P350x
  • Storage
    500gb 3d mlc ssd, 2tb 7200rpm Seagate Constellation ES hard drive SAS x2 in RAID 0, LSI MegaRaid MR SAS/Raid Controller
  • PSU
    Corsair CX500m
  • Display(s)
    Sceptre e24 24" 75hz 1080p 16:9 monitor, Philips 16:9 1200x720 60hz 21.5", Hanns-g 21.5" 1080 60hz 16:9 monitor
  • Cooling
    Enermax Liqmax III 120 RGB AIO
  • Keyboard
    IBM Model M 1984
  • Mouse
    Logitech G703 + Logitech G502
  • Sound
    Infinity Primus 150 Bookshelf Speakers w/ Yamaha CR-220 Stereo Receiver ( amplifier + tuner ) + Philips SHP9500
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro / Blackarch Linux Dual Boot
  • Laptop
    Asus A8-4500m, 8gb ddr3 1600, radeon 7640g, 1920x1080 60hz 17.5" display, 500gb 3d mlc samsung ssd, Ubuntu 18.04

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  1. I still haven't activated windows and I've had windows 10 for years... still don't plan to lol
  2. In my menu, I have a "#" symbol which moves absolute to the CursorPosition(xcoord, ycoord). Depending on the case switch ( e.g uparrow or downarrow key ) the xcoord will move. The ycoord is a constant, since this is a menu and not a player moving on a map within a game for instance it is not necessary. Now, xcoord decrements by 10 when the uparrow is activated and increments by 10 units when the down arrow is activated. However, I have to make a system that detects when the xcoord is at a certain position since I don't want the user to be able to infinitely go down or up on the buffer screen.
  3. I see, fair enough. Well you could have explained to me that before. But I understand.
  4. Wasn't necessary to act rude. Kinda uncalled for. Discs are pretty obsolete with streaming online these days so... that was all I was saying. Even if 4K Bluray is superior then streaming services or any other form of media for the most part, its literally already dying. I just don't even see the point in investing money in one. I know its not my place to tell people what to buy, which I'm not, I'm just wondering whats the point if its dying already. I know 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs often offer the best video performance and bitrates etc... but those discs will soon all just be on platforms on
  5. that would be a big thing for me, but I understand how OP might not prioritize it as he said.
  6. Take this with a grain of salt since I haven't heard the 559s in a while, but I certainly beg to differ. I find the pieces I play on this SHP9500 as I am right now, with really tight treble and mids, really solid performance all while being very, very smooth and some of the best I've heard for the price point. Although I can't speak for the 559s that much, last time I heard them was a year ago in a audio show so... eh I don't know. Honestly whatever is best for OP.
  7. ^^^ probably responsible due to the large nature of the drivers
  8. @Skystalker512 if I may ask, what music do you intend on listening to?
  9. I agree with the bass, but for me that is quite the opposite.
  10. Yeah sure, I'm about to eat breakfast though so I can't respond right now, but I will as soon as I'm finished.
  11. Damn dude, that sucks. I wish you luck and hope you enjoy your headset!
  12. Christ wow, why specifically Ali express?
  13. I will say, my 751 did break, its been a while since I had them, I plan on using my warranty service with it, but I think the MH751/2 might be tighter, it didn't fall off my head as easily as far as I remember. Its just a slight annoyance with the 9500s although. Its nothing bad to the point where you might refuse to buy the headset.
  14. Oh wow, I got them for $70 when they were on sale but where I live they are typically $100.00, also, I edited my post since I forgot a few things at the bottom! But I can assure you won't be disappointed when you get them. I certainly wasn't, I was quite surprised how good they sounded for the price point if anything. I'm really looking forward to how your experience is with whatever headset you choose to get!