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Comment reply on AdamShaheen's Completed Build: First build (beast!)

  • 10 months ago
  • 3 points

You got a $500 intel core i9 But a $400 Asus 2060 6 GB

But why...

Comment reply on mithiral67's Completed Build: Greenhorn Dragon AKA My Overkill Build

  • 10 months ago
  • 1 point

This is the cleanest build I’ve ever seen...

Comment reply on lawlcrackers's Completed Build: Secret Garden mATX

  • 10 months ago
  • 1 point

If you could take some pictures of the setup and the pc with some lighting that would be great!

Comment reply on mayatola's Completed Build: Thanks Honey! I only went 80% over budget!

  • 10 months ago
  • 8 points

Original Budget: $908.64

“Yeah... I only went a tiiiiiny bit off budget”

Spends $4,500

Comment reply on lawlcrackers's Completed Build: Secret Garden mATX

  • 10 months ago
  • 1 point

+1 For the build

-1 for too little pictures

Comment reply on jswiney07's Completed Build: Project Poseidon

  • 10 months ago
  • 1 point

+1 For The Awesome Build!

+1 For Ryzen

-1 for the un-level/lopsided tubing

Still +1 though!

Comment reply on Camaxide's Completed Build: 4K Home Theatre Gaming Setup

  • 11 months ago
  • 1 point

Another amazing peripheral accessory is a mouse bungee, which is a weighted object that clips onto the mouse cable, eliminating tangled and bunched-up mouse cables. I don’t game, because I do not own a gaming pc, but I have used mice with wired cables that kept getting bunched-up. They’re only $10-$34, and if you have that problem, it might increase performance if you had a mouse bungee.

Comment reply on Camaxide's Completed Build: 4K Home Theatre Gaming Setup

  • 11 months ago
  • 1 point

Ducky and finalmouse are some of the top manufacturers in the US, and is primarily the choice of elite gamers and streamers, such as Ninja and Tfue. (You can find them on twitch) The nice things about ducky keyboards is that they use abs or pbt plastic, and come in any mx switches. It also comes that come with additional features like deticated sound control keys, as well as programmable excess keys that come with their ten-keyless or full size keyboards. Their signature keyboard, the Ducky One 2 60% is a keyboard that only features “necessary” keys, without the hassle of the number pad and the f1-f12 keys, etc. The finalmouse brand make ultralight mice, ideal for quick reaction times without having to drag a heavy mouse over the mousepad. Their signature mouse, the Air58 ninja is a mouse that only weighs 58 grams, and uses a top-quality braided cable. I personally would love the Razer Huntsman elite keyboard, because it has the fastest switches on and off the market. It Has an open chamber in the central area of the switch, that blocks all light. On one end of the switch, it has a laser, that when allowed to pass through the chamber hits a photonic sensor on the other side. This is almost an instant switch, because light travels at a blistering 299,792 kilometers per second, but the speed of the reaction depends on your monitor’s refresh rate. I would pair the Razer huntsman elite with the air58 ninja, and I would have my perfect peripheral setup. Another thing that I like about the Air58 ninja is that it’s a small mouse, and would probably fit quite nicely in my small hand. Another peripheral you could use for custom key functions is a one-handed keyboard, like the Razer Orbweaver Chroma. And I agree that mice without a 3D scroll are horrible. Period. (The Air58 has a hand engraved custom haiku scroll)

Comment reply on Camaxide's Completed Build: 4K Home Theatre Gaming Setup

  • 11 months ago
  • 1 point

It’s not that Roccat is a bad manufacturer, but with the price of your 4K Home Cinima build, other brands and peripherals would provide you with faster performance for the same price, but if your choice of peripherals is Roccat, go for it. Personally, I would use something like Ducky or Corsair for a keyboard, and Finalmouse or Razer for a mouse.

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