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Reminds me win3.1 games.
Going to write something like this over the weekend haha
Lol you should upload it when you make it.
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My BoomPro came in the mail today! biggrin.gif I'll probably make a review later.
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Holy crap, the sound from my PC is schiit. So hollow and ew.

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Downloading Razer Surround, and the installing message are pretty interesting.

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Quick Razer Surround review: Go ahead, download it, it only takes a minute and it works pretty well. Doesn't distort sound as long as bass boost and audio leveling is off. The front channel, the sides are pretty open and out there. The front right/left is pretty OK, and the rear left/right is a meh (6/10) and the rear is almost non-existent. Try it for yourself.

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Quadruple post FTW.

I recall DannyBai saying something about proper post etiquette in the Discovery Thread a while back. 

 

Anyway, I wasn't really impressed with Razer Surround, to be honest. And to think that it used to cost 25 bucks...

Then again, I don't have any great headphones, so I guess it's the headphones that need upgrading.

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Quadruple post FTW.

I recall DannyBai saying something about proper post etiquette in the Discovery Thread a while back. 

 

Anyway, I wasn't really impressed with Razer Surround, to be honest. And to think that it used to cost 25 bucks...

Then again, I don't have any great headphones, so I guess it's the headphones that need upgrading.

LOL, yeah. It's free, so might as welll try it.

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"Just because it sounds different doesn't mean it sounds better."

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Need ideas for my weekend project!

After 'quick' scoping, what's the second worst schiit in COD?  Was thinking meat-bagging, but that might not be as funny >.>

 

_____

 

On another note, finished all of my English courses at my University.  My last paper was 'expertly' written.  Funny because most of my English studies were in ESL

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I just noticed what parts I should have gotten for my $500 PC.

I should have gotten:
4GB RAM instead of 8GB RAM
750 ti instead of 750
G-46 MOBO instead of G-43 MOBO
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Originally Posted by DonutDeflector View Post

I just noticed what parts I should have gotten for my $500 PC.

I should have gotten:
4GB RAM instead of 8GB RAM
750 ti instead of 750
G-46 MOBO instead of G-43 MOBO

That is basically what I did when I had the choice lol.  My old desktop still running on 4GB RAM, have not upgraded yet.  My current one has 16GB, but I wish I did not pay the premium for something I do not use whatsoever.

 

The Ti really does not make that much of a difference.  In the end you wish you had spent more $$$ really, but what can you do? :D

When you have the money to get a premium machine you are going to wish the opposite lol....

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Originally Posted by DonutDeflector View Post

I just noticed what parts I should have gotten for my $500 PC.

I should have gotten:
4GB RAM instead of 8GB RAM
750 ti instead of 750
G-46 MOBO instead of G-43 MOBO

At the money you would have saved, no.

 

You wished you gotten a R9 270/x

 

The prices for them are down by A LOT right now and the 7870 GHz editions are on sale every now and then for $140 after MIR. Better than the opposition Nvidia deal/cards by almost $100+.

 

If you just play games then yeah, 4GB. But if you like to multi task like a m******** and do a lot of strenous CAD stuff (or editing of media), then, you will want the 8GB. Someone I know, loves to play games in windows mode and leave them open, have Twitch Streaming in the background, multiple windows of a web browser (that schiit gets big), while skyping 24/7 on his laptop....and with photoshop and what not open to draw. If you are that guy, 4GB's isn't enough.

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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post
 

At the money you would have saved, no.

 

You wished you gotten a R9 270/x

 

The prices for them are down by A LOT right now and the 7870 GHz editions are on sale every now and then for $140 after MIR. Better than the opposition Nvidia deal/cards by almost $100+.

 

If you just play games then yeah, 4GB. But if you like to multi task like a m******** and do a lot of strenous CAD stuff (or editing of media), then, you will want the 8GB. Someone I know, loves to play games in windows mode and leave them open, have Twitch Streaming in the background, multiple windows of a web browser (that schiit gets big), while skyping 24/7 on his laptop....and with photoshop and what not open to draw. If you are that guy, 4GB's isn't enough.

Heh, I used to have dozens of tabs open and not worry about memory (4GB) ..  Chrome?  

Photoshop would have killed me back then, especially with large dng files.

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Originally Posted by Yazen View Post

Need ideas for my weekend project!
After 'quick' scoping, what's the second worst schiit in COD?  Was thinking meat-bagging, but that might not be as funny >.>

_____

On another note, finished all of my English courses at my University.  My last paper was 'expertly' written.  Funny because most of my English studies were in ESL
Meat-bagging? Like tea-bagging? And the second worst schiit is the "squeakers".
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Meat-bagging? Like tea-bagging? And the second worst schiit is the "squeakers".

Like when you are trying to get away from a bomb/sharp shooter and you cannot move because someone is blocking the way.

What is a squeaker?

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