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CouRageRC

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About CouRageRC

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  • Birthday Aug 14, 2004

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    where zero was invented for no reason, India
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    Male
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    Gaming, Video editing, thirsting over Linus
  • Biography
    Just a random student (:
  • Occupation
    Student

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  1. A 5700xt, it will give you better performance than the 2060 super. Look at this and add any case you like, as I think you're the best to choose the case: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/ZDZTBc
  2. Heyy, you're better off buying just the R5 3600, as the 3600xt isn't that much worth for the little improvement, or why not look at the R5 5600x maybe? You can surely save money by going with a 3600 non-xt, and buy a better gpu now.
  3. Ohhh alrightt thank you sooo muchhh. The pricing here is messed up like both of those are very similar in price so yeahhh. Thankss!!!
  4. I am in the market for a new mouse, and I am torn between the Logitech G402 and the G502 ( both wired ), I play mostly FPS games like CSGO, WarZone, Valorant, and GTA V occasionally. My hand is about 7 inches from the tip of my finger to the edge of my palm, so i'd say pretty average sized hands. My budget is Singaporean Dollars 80, which is around 55-60 USD, incase you can recommend better options. Thanks!!
  5. Alright thanks a ton man, yeah i too read about better thermals on the Lenovo.
  6. 90 is negligible for a laptop as my Macbook heats up to 95 ish under normal use, so yeah lol, also the lenovo has nice thermals apparently
  7. aren't small form factors costlier? Mid tower was what was in my budget back then ( well my dad is buying it for me ) so well we both felt like a laptop is better as we do move around and not be able to carry all the peripherals ( Monitor, keyboard etc. ) as we are planning to shift countries, so yeah as much as i want a pc, i have to settle on a laptop
  8. Ofcourse I have considered that, infact i had specced out myself a pc, but then I will be moving around quite a bit, so i decided to settle for a laptop.
  9. Oh okay but well like I said, I will be doing casual gaming of games like Warzone, GTA V etc. so can you recommend me a good model?
  10. I have a budget of 1500 Singapore Dollars, which would translate to around 1000$ USD. I have picked out two laptops which i think are great, but I can't decide on which. 1 ) Asus TUF A15 (S$1507) Specs : CPU - AMD Ryzen 7 4800H GPU - GTX 1660ti Ram - 2x8gb 3200ghz Storage - 512gb Battery - 90wh 2 ) Lenovo Legion 5 Specs : CPU - AMD Ryzen 7 4800H GPU - GTX 1660ti Ram - 2x8gb 3200ghz Storage - 512gb Battery - 60wh
  11. Not a dealbreaker, but ig if it can be thin that's good. Again, not a dealbreaker
  12. Is there a better gaming laptop than the Asus ROG Zephyrus G15 GA502IV-XS76 in the same budget? Also, will there be a huge difference if i go with the 1660ti version of this? Or will I be saving a lot of money for less of a performance hit? Edit : Weight and thickness isn't a deal breaker for me.
  13. If it of the same brand and model, i.e, if it has the same timings and quality. Like, 2 different sticks of a Corsair Vengeance 8gb 3600mhz will work, but not one Corsair and one G.Skill one with different timings
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