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About zeusthemoose

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  • Motherboard
    MSI z370-a pro
  • RAM
    2x8 2400mhz cl17 ddr4
  • GPU
    Asus gtx 1070 dual
  • Case
    IBuyPower Slate
  • Storage
    Adata su650 (256gb boot ssd), 1tb wd blue, 4tb toshiba x300
  • PSU
    Allied 500w
  • Display(s)
    32" Curved 1440p 144hz
  • Cooling
    Asetek 120mm AIO, 3 noctua case fans
  • Keyboard
    Logitech g613
  • Mouse
    Logitech g903 (on my 3rd one) + g305
  • Sound
    Corsair Void Pro RGB Wireless + HyperX Cloud Stinger + WH1000XM4
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home/Pro
  • Laptop
    MSI GS66 Stealth (i7-10750h and 2070 super maxq)
  • Phone
    iPhone 12 pro max

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  1. If it must be locked, give that right to one of the new mods.
  2. The one in mine was a random brand I have never heard of but it is definitely standard atx.
  3. Budget (including currency): $850 USD Country: United States Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: photoshop Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): The budget includes pc, monitor (ideally 27"), keyboard, mouse, and headphones. A friend came to me asking for help with a build for photoshop (I believe just as a hobby) with a budget of $850 for everything. I haven't been paying close attention to what the best par
  4. Disclaimer: I'm also an American so all I know is what I have been taught in schools here and I have no direct experiences with the EU or its functions. The EU is a supranational organization (a group of states that are working together to promote shared economic and political goals). As such I dont think there is anything to really compare it to here in the US but it does perform some functions covered by the US federal reserve and government. One of the biggest things it has done is help promote trade among its members through open borders and the common currency (the euro). It also hel
  5. These are the sources I used when I was doing a bunch of tech news posts: anandtech arstechnica bbc bloomberg business insider cnet cnn digital trends engadget kitguru notebookcheck pcmag reuters the verge techpowerup techspot techcrunch tomshardware hexus usatoday wired zdnet
  6. The specific amount that sponsors (including glasswire) give lmg has never been and will likely never be said
  7. I get that you did research, but how did you arrive at those numbers. From what I can tell, they are from the very first link that pop up when you look up how much money ltt makes. And if so, none of those numbers are reliable because it is from a celebrity gossip site that is using very vague statistics to drive up website views. Some of the immediate errors I found are incorrect subscriber count and it says the average daily views are 400k higher than social blade lists it as. Not that I’m saying social blade is correct for revenue, but even it’s highest forecast has ltt making 11k a day.
  8. That explains where you are getting the $9 million but where are you getting 25k a video or any of the other numbers from?
  9. Where are you getting these numbers? Assuming you meant $220000 a month (not annually), that would be 2640000 a year. $2.6 million is a long ways away from $9 million.
  10. They gave some information about sponsorships in this video: They never discuss exact numbers because it’s no ones business but lmg how much they make but it’s a good overview of how the business makes money.
  11. Looking at your post history, your suggestion is in the video suggestions thread. An ltt staff member will periodically go through the suggestion thread and if they like any of the suggestions, they will try to make it a video. You are not going to be able to get a staff member to tell linus about your suggestion so he can personally review it, but putting it in the thread gives it a shot of becoming a real thing.
  12. Community reputation means nothing - especially if you have to go onto threads and ask people to react (pretty sure its against the rules anyways, can a mod confirm/deny?). If you want to boost your reputation, go give useful and informational replies to people looking for help.
  13. Unless you are doing tasks like video editing, there will be virtually no real world difference between a budget nvme ssd and a high end one like a Samsung 980 pro that costs twice as much.
  14. I would not go for an AIO. The NH-D15 is an amazing air cooler that will match or beat the performance of most AIOs usually for a lower price. It also has fewer points of failure so it is more reliable. The only real benefit would be looks but the NH-D15 also comes in a chromax edition that is all black and IMO looks good enough.