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post #4186 of 7320
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Can I recommend a mouse to you?

NO. Just kidding haha.. go ahead :p 

Heres the current build again: http://pcpartpicker.com/user/Cruhx/saved/3rbP

 

Anyone able to recommend a sound card for the V-Moda M-100s?


Edited by Cruhx - 1/21/14 at 6:19am
post #4187 of 7320
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Originally Posted by Cruhx View Post

NO. Just kidding haha.. go ahead tongue.gif  
Heres the current build again: http://pcpartpicker.com/user/Cruhx/saved/3rbP

Anyone able to recommend a sound card for the V-Moda M-100s?
Perixx MX-2000ii mouse? It's about $30-35 on Amazon, and really well built with 5600DPI.
post #4188 of 7320

Taking a Linux class and I want to talk to some one as I learn all these cool BASH commands...

 

DERAIL TIME

so mkdir makes me laugh <3

 

also finally figured out how to use my USB DAC and Hm801 as input to my pb1 [I had the right cables I just... forget I had them]

 

so that is super cool, even better the Line out of the HM801 forces the UAC 202 line out to run at the same Volum leve, I'm using a y3.5mm Y Spilter, with a RCA to 3.5mm and 3.5m to 3.5mm Male connectors, my UAC 202 has a weak line out, how ever in conjuction with the hm801, they both output at the hm801's level... which is nice as I don't have to worry about my music being louder than my Instruactional Videos 

 

also... mkdir ~LinuxThread

 

WHO IS WILLING TO CD with me! 

post #4189 of 7320
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Originally Posted by ibob4tacoz View Post

Perixx MX-2000ii mouse? It's about $30-35 on Amazon, and really well built with 5600DPI.

+1. I'm using the predecessor the MX-2000, which is exactly the same functionally but with a different colour cable braid, black instead of silver thumb button and blue LED DPI lights instead of green.

post #4190 of 7320
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Originally Posted by ibob4tacoz View Post

Perixx MX-2000ii mouse? It's about $30-35 on Amazon, and really well built with 5600DPI.
Doing this reminds me of Yazen, the mouse product pusher. Lol jk, Yazen.
post #4191 of 7320
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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

+1. I'm using the predecessor the MX-2000, which is exactly the same functionally but with a different colour cable braid, black instead of silver thumb button and blue LED DPI lights instead of green.
Actually, that's not a button, just a plastic piece with MX-2000II molded into it. The button is a fat block under the up/down thumb buttons and a bit ahead.
post #4192 of 7320
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Originally Posted by ibob4tacoz View Post


Actually, that's not a button, just a plastic piece with MX-2000II molded into it. The button is a fat block under the up/down thumb buttons and a bit ahead.

Mine's a button. I can use it. Currently have it mapped to "=" (which activates a macro in one of my games). I suppose they moved that one. Shame, I liked it where it was.

post #4193 of 7320
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Doing this reminds me of Yazen, the mouse product pusher. Lol jk, Yazen.
Yep I agree lol it's not a bad thing though. THE SIDEWINDER
Edited by linglingjr - 1/21/14 at 7:21am
post #4194 of 7320

Hey, my Sidewinder X5 lasted me a good 3 years!

post #4195 of 7320
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Godayum AMD breakin' down my Schiitty drivers. 

 

-_- I get weird screen flickering on my main display randomly sometimes (doesn't happen to 'secondary' display). It only happens to the display labeled as main. And what happens it that graphical artifacts and blue and white lines go down the entire screen and flicker. You can't even see anything behind the flickering (as in it doesn't react to you moving schiit around on where the desktop of the main monitor is)

 

I look online and it has to do with hardware acceleration and 2D clocks. But basically, its AMD drivers ******** up and sometimes when 2D accelerated stuff comes out, the clock goes crazy and random schiit happens.

 

I spent 10 minutes trying to use CCC and AFterburner to correct it. Nope, didn't work....and so I decided to yet again(like last time it happened), restart my computer so I close all my windows. Some of those windows had Flash, and other 'accelerated' stuff on it. The moment I closed them.......fixed.

 

Both AMD and Nvidia have schiit driver support. :mad:

post #4196 of 7320
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post
 

Godayum AMD breakin' down my Schiitty drivers. 

 

-_- I get weird screen flickering on my main display randomly sometimes (doesn't happen to 'secondary' display). It only happens to the display labeled as main. And what happens it that graphical artifacts and blue and white lines go down the entire screen and flicker. You can't even see anything behind the flickering (as in it doesn't react to you moving schiit around on where the desktop of the main monitor is)

 

I look online and it has to do with hardware acceleration and 2D clocks. But basically, its AMD drivers ******** up and sometimes when 2D accelerated stuff comes out, the clock goes crazy and random schiit happens.

 

I spent 10 minutes trying to use CCC and AFterburner to correct it. Nope, didn't work....and so I decided to yet again(like last time it happened), restart my computer so I close all my windows. Some of those windows had Flash, and other 'accelerated' stuff on it. The moment I closed them.......fixed.

 

Both AMD and Nvidia have schiit driver support. :mad:

Lulz. No problems with my Nvidia drivers. I suppose they try harder with the more expensive cards.

post #4197 of 7320

not to defend anyone but if the is a comp problem there is a geed bet its flash at fault.  the sooner it dies the better.

post #4198 of 7320
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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post
 

Lulz. No problems with my Nvidia drivers. I suppose they try harder with the more expensive cards.

Last I checked, it was common video card update packages?

 

In the sense that an update is pretty much the same for the entire lineup with fixes to every card. With rare occasions of fixing problems that are occuring in specific cards, of which that 'code' that would fix that problem should be the same for the others, if at all used?

post #4199 of 7320
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post
 

Last I checked, it was common video card update packages?

 

In the sense that an update is pretty much the same for the entire lineup with fixes to every card. With rare occasions of fixing problems that are occuring in specific cards, of which that 'code' that would fix that problem should be the same for the others, if at all used?

Not sure, but I expect it's only big packages because people don't want to have to get tailored packages for their specific card.

 

I also agree with mark, flash is trash.

post #4200 of 7320
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Originally Posted by Cruhx View Post

I'll look out for a $55 deal for ram, thanks.

To be honest I think the 770 is the best deal, anything more than that is overkill

Well, your RAM is clocked at 1866 Mhz (ehhh, probably have my capitals wrong) 1866 generally costs more than stuff clocked at 1600. You can drop down to 1600 and save a little. Heck, DDR4 is somewhere...

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