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#5 Why are Americans like this? in World Events

I found this in my recommended a few days ago and I when I saw this thread I already knew what video it is going to be.

It's not easy to surprise me but boy, this is basically 9 minutes of "all of this is post-irony, right??? there's no way any of this is real"

posted 3 months ago
#7480 Frag Clips Thread in Videos

posted 4 months ago
#37 LOEK in Other Games

Tried playing this today and it feels like my game is stuck at 60hz now. Never happened before. Set to 143hz in game, display settings/nvidia control panel both at 144, other games run fine. Any ideas? (-freq 144 in launch options does nothing)
upd: turns out my game just gets very choppy if I have unread messages on steam or any kind of notification unchecked.
any fix to that?

posted 4 months ago
#164 Diabotical Kickstarter in e-Sports

posted 4 months ago
#2 good specs but low fps? in Q/A Help

posted 5 months ago
#10084 stream highlights in Videos

posted 5 months ago
#6 ETF2L SEASON 35 PREDICTIONS in TF2 General Discussion

i am finally going to win mid

posted 6 months ago
#10 latency guide in Hardware
sageanyone else tried LatencyMon? are my latency pikes normal?

From what I've seen, with any Intel CPU you can lower those values to 0.8/0.3.
If you're running a Ryzen you should expect higher values, I think it depends what gen you have. The guy who introduced me to this whole thing has Gen 1 Ryzen and after optimizing, he has 5.0/2.0. You can see in the guide itself that Gen 2 Ryzen can have 2.5/0.8. As an owner of Gen 3 Ryzen CPU myself, lowest I could get is 2.1/0.7, but I know some dude with the same CPU who managed to get 1.7/0.7 because he's running a better Windows version.

In short, those values are ok from a standpoint of someone who doesn't care about tiny improvements to latency. Tho I would say they're pretty bad unless it's Gen 1 Ryzen.

posted 6 months ago
#8 Upgrading OS questions. in Q/A Help

I heard some stuff about Win 7 having very good optimization when it comes to games. Next best thing right now is Windows 10 1709 Update. Disable updates and stay on this version for as long as it is officially supported by Microsoft or untill something better releases.

First thing you want to do after fresh install is opening "Add or remove programms" and uninstalling OneDrive. I'm not sure if 1709 has that shit, but if it does, you def want this it uninstalled asap (I'll explain why later). Then you might want to optimize your Windows to have as little of input lag as possible. Here is a good guide about it.

During the installation you will have an option to put all of your files into a "windows.old" folder. You won't be able to use your old windows anymore but all the stuff you had should be accessible. Uninstalling OneDrive is VERY important because it was made by an absolute degenerate. At some point it thought that it should synchronize my "windows.old" folder with my current windows folder, thus destroying whatever I didn't yet move from it.
I suggest making a backup of the most important stuff just in case.

msg on steam if you have questions

posted 6 months ago
#15 Good earplugs/IEM for gaming in Hardware

I actually got to try them before buying. Also, Roccat Aluma died 2 days after I made this thread so I just RMA'd it and instantly bought something else.

posted 6 months ago
#13 Good earplugs/IEM for gaming in Hardware

So I had a choice between Senheiser IE 40 PRO, some Shure IEM's with similar price and FiiO FA1. I went with FiiO's since the dude in the shop suggested that they're better in terms of positioning and mid/high frequencies. wdyt?

posted 6 months ago
#7 Help me get to CPH in LAN Discussion

Most likely going. Gonna get the tickets and start scheduling shit once we have 6 gamers.

posted 7 months ago
#8 Good earplugs/IEM for gaming in Hardware
CBTIkko OH10 + Zalman Zm-Mic1 ziptied to cable

seems good, probably gonna get it in a bit, thanks

posted 7 months ago
#3 Good earplugs/IEM for gaming in Hardware
funhaver1998love my etymotic 4xrs even tho the filters need replacing snd stuff and its annoying to get in EU 100 percent worth it


upd: yeah, idk If I can be bothered with all that filter changing bullshit, especially when finding those replacement filters is most likely going to be even harder than buying the buds itself in Russia. Is it even important to change them?

posted 7 months ago
#1 Good earplugs/IEM for gaming in Hardware

Been using earbuds for almost a year now (random earplugs for 1$ at first, Roccat Aluma now) and I don't feel like I want to go back to full-sized headphones for a number of reasons (ruins my hair, feels awful to use during summer, uncomfortable to use for anything other than gaming really). That being said, I noticed that even with Roccat Aluma, I sometimes struggle in games where sound and sound positioning is important (PUBG for example). I understand that there might not be any earplugs that can compete with full-sized headphones in terms of positioning and sound quality but I still want to know if I can get anything better than Roccat Aluma.

I also read about IEM's just now and I'm wondering if it would be better to get something like that instead of earbuds.

Edit: decent mic is also somewhat important. One of the reasons why I like Aluma is the mic. I even used it on LAN and had 0 problems with comms. One of the options that caught my attention was Tt eSPORTS Isurus Pro since it has detacheble mic. But idk if it's worth switching to that from what I have.

posted 7 months ago
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