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Signed Up May 2, 2019
Last Posted January 10, 2020 at 8:45 AM
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#4 EFT 7 day pass in Other Games
griffanyone still play this and are willing to let me borrow an account to try it?

tarkov is the kind of game where you probably won't have the best experience upon the first dozen tries solo unless you're with someone experienced who carries you in a stroller.

posted 1 week ago
#3 RGB LAN 5 + TooManyGames in LAN Discussion

cu@ :)

posted 3 weeks ago
#43 Christmas presents thread 2019 in Off Topic

a new surge protector to replace my one from 1998, a nice canadian jacket, and some other stuff

posted 3 weeks ago
#6 Movie recommendations in Music, Movies, TV

drive 2011

posted 1 month ago
#19 RGL S2 Playoffs LAN Info in LAN Discussion

really close to me, but my heart and wallet lie with rgb lan

posted 1 month ago
#13 top juice threead in TF2 General Discussion

the syrupy juice inside of sliced peach cans

posted 1 month ago
#1 goosea LFT in Recruitment (looking for team)

Hi, I'm looking to play Demo on a mid main team.
My scrim schedule is pretty open and I'd prefer to scrim most days.
I was with Ratz Team last season in IM, and we won 3rd place.

Feel free to add me on Steam or message me on Discord (PingasCannon#1153) for any inquiries.

posted 2 months ago
#3 Austin LFT Scout in Recruitment (looking for team)

I've played with him for a few seasons. Positive personality, good dm, and he's proven himself to be consistent. He's shown a lot of improvement over the past year all-around.

posted 2 months ago
#314 TF.TV WHIPS, what do you drive? in Off Topic

2011 camry le, you already know what it looks like
here's a scary pic of a 98k mile brake vs the new pad
also just realized i caught a bug in flight wtf

posted 2 months ago
#3470 PC Build Thread in Hardware
Jarrett000I'm running into hardware issues with my current build from 2013, so since the parts are 6 years old I figure I better start from scratch. I have a soft $1000 budget and would rather buy parts now (within this month) than later so my team can actually scrim.

The worst frames I ever get in TF2 are 90 in some pubs so I'd prefer if this new PC had any form of FPS boost in comparison at all so I can always have 3 digit FPS. I'm very used to not being able to stream without dropping a lot of frames, and only really getting to play games like GTA/Rust/Borderlands/Deus Ex/Witcher ect on all low settings without seeing serious performance issues. If any of this got to change for the better with a new build that'd be great, but if my budget only allows for this to remain the status quo then I can live with that. The most stressful thing that the PC will probably have to take is Cyberpunk I would imagine. I can play that on low too if needed but something higher would be nice. I prefer not to overclock but will if deemed necessary

I had a friend make a partial build. (missing GPU/harddrive/windows) but anyone that's helping me feel free to build your own thing if you see something better.

Edit: I forgot to mention I can reuse the harddrive/PSU/case short term if it fits with the build and softens the budget, and replace the old parts sometime in 2020 when I have more money. Bear also has an old GTX 760 he can send me at break if using that for a GPU to save extra money (in general or to put towards other parts) is the play.

A 760 is bare minimum for today's games even at low settings, but if it's free you could go for it until you can save for a better one. You could definitely squeeze in a PC with a stupidly faster CPU and GPU for 1000 than yours from 2013, though. The 9700f is just ok but I wouldn't go for Intel unless I were overclocking with a "K" cpu; a 3600 with B450 motherboard would be cheaper and basically as fast for 100 dollars less. 100 dollars is a lot with a 1000 dollar budget.
You could also get a 3700x if you want to pick up streaming.

posted 2 months ago
#18 jayy lft backup rgl in Recruitment (looking for team)

jayy is a beast on 60hz, has good gamesense and great attitude towards team unity/self improvement. he's taken a lot of time helping us develop strats/looking over demos.

posted 2 months ago
#19 GPU Upgrade Suggestions in Hardware

Do you run high refresh rate/high res? Based on meeting your budget I'd go for the 5700xt or 5700. The 2060 super and 2060 are also decent choices but they trade price for Nvidia's proprietary features which is questionable at the budget level. If you want to save some money you can look at the 1660 super/1660ti (whichever is cheaper, they perform similarly). For used options as I believe was said before you can pick up a Vega 56 for around 250, then overclock it and/or flash a Vega64 vbios and/or mess with powerplay modding and get some nice performance.

Keep in mind that even a 1660 is over twice as powerful as your card. At the 350 to 400 dollar price point, the cards are at least triple as powerful. Just depends on how much FPS you need at which resolution.

posted 2 months ago
#95 RGL Intermediate S1 Happenings/Discussion in TF2 General Discussion

gg rodney

posted 2 months ago
#8 msi mag241c help in Hardware
Sylentcrib_SylentThanks. Any links/names for the 144hz ips for 200?
Almost every monitor manufacturer is either releasing or has released one. LG ultragear, AOC 24G2U, Acer and Asus, etc. The cheaper models have a 23.8 inch panel from Panda(?) but there's also a 24.5inch AUO panel. They're all new, so it'll take a couple weeks for reviews to trickle through.

If they're new it's gonna take a long while till I see them in stores here

Anyway you seem to know your shit, so what do you think about AOC? I hadn't heard about them till a few weeks ago, they seem to make affordable monitors but I have no idea if they're actually good or just some off brand Chinese garbage

AOC is actually a pretty old company that used to make decent CRTs. I do know that Chinese companies like AOC sometimes use the same panels as the name brands do, you just have to look for specs/reviews of that specific model. FWIW, I've had a good experience with my cheap Chinese monitor (Monoprice 240hz).

In general, I would recommend spending a little more (250usd vs 180-200) vs getting something that's going to have ghosting/smearing issues. I made that mistake myself, and the only reasonable upgrade from a smeary 1080p 144hz monitor was something like a 240hz one, since it doesn't make sense to shell out another 200+ dollars just for some smoothness and no more hz.

posted 3 months ago
#11 Who was here? in The Dumpster


posted 3 months ago
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