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CrazyLazyGamer

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About CrazyLazyGamer

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    Stop, Drop and Troll
  • Birthday October 26

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  • iDevice
    iPhone SE
  • iOS Version
    11.3.1
  • Jailbroken
    Yes
  • Android Device
    Galaxy S4
  • Android Version
    5.0.1
  • Rooted
    Yes
  • Gender
    Male
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    Gta Online
  • Interests
    ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Gaming I guess and PC stuff
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    TheCrazyLazyGamer

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  1. the m690? yeah maybe with the side bit on the left compared to the other one, and its got another button
  2. 👍 is the ikbc keyboard mechanical? whats its usual price? Also trust me the drevo tyrfing v2 is great, ive been using it with brown switches for about 3 days and its been good so far
  3. I've had them both for about 3 days, for the keyboard brown switches are and its a god compared to membrane keyboards. Also yeah corsair makes good mouses to be fair. its Just some of them are overpriced for how good they are compared to their budget ones
  4. @Laxus tru 250gb and 120gb ones are cheap rn and yeah intel optane's a bit of a pain in the a55 but its worth it if its compatible since the price for ssds with a terabyte or more are so high (1tb = £140 wtffff)
  5. @Joey do you mind the colour or just want a good wireless mouse with dpi and side buttons? because redragon usually has good keyboards and mouses and there's a mouse called redragon m690 that has adjustible dpi and side buttons that goes for £16 on ebay https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Redragon-M690-1-2-4Ghz-2400DPI-PC-Laptop-Professional-Wireless-Gaming-Mouse-Mice/253742607121?epid=20021321955&hash=item3b143ceb11:g:jwIAAOSwzlFbRFUX:rk:3:pf:1&LH_BIN=1&frcectupt=true there's also one called redragon m652 that has two side buttons and adjustable dpi that goes for £16 aswell https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Redragon-M652-2-4G-Wireless-Gaming-Mouse-with-USB-Receiver-5-Adjustable-DPI/253757404825?epid=14021517175&hash=item3b151eb699:g:7uoAAOSw3TJbWDHn:rk:2:pf:1&LH_BIN=1&frcectupt=true
  6. lol true but if its for a fat steam library then 4 terabyte ssd = £500 4 terabyte hdd + intel optane = £130
  7. na i wan't gonna recommend second hand ones, i know there's some dodgy s*** on some of em
  8. You can try what @Sterling0x1suggested. If that doesn’t work you could go to a local data recovery centre or ship your hard drive to one (Only if the data is that valuable to you) Only if you’ve tried running a file recovery and you don’t want to spend the money sending it to a professional, then I’d pay for a cheap one. if you choose to look for another one on a budget I’d be happy to suggest a reasonably good one
  9. There’s a wireless version of the same mouse, but wired is cheaper so ye @JoeyDo you want me to find an alternative that’s wireless for £20 ? Might be able to find one that’s good
  10. So I know you guys are trying to save money for VIP so daddy DiDA gets his payday, but you also need a new keyboard and mouse as the ones you stole from school years ago aint cutting it anymore. But I KNOW you want it cheap and somewhat premium at the same time. Well now you have a solution! [Hidden Content] Hopefully this will help someone choose their computer peripherals on a low budget and if anyone has any advice or questions feel free to ask as I own these two products myself and have bought them off the ebay sellers I have listed. And don't forget to drop a like!
  11. nO pUbG nO LiFE iM vErY uPsEt

  12. na ram doesn't really affect gaming but overclocking your gpu will definitely help
  13. oof you dont use xmp? or does your motherboard not support it or something? Also your 1060 got a near average score so you could try overclocking it yourself using MSI afterburner (instead of using the factory overclock that the gigabyte cards have) to improve your core and memory clocks by a couple hundred. Usually if your card lets you and you do it well, you can get around a 5-15% average fps increase in games If you're interested here's some links: http://download.msi.com/uti_exe/vga/MSIAfterburnerSetup.zip - msi afterburner https://www.techpowerup.com/download/techpowerup-gpu-z/ - gpu z https://assets.unigine.com/d/Unigine_Heaven-4.0.exe - heaven benchmark https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEH_y6mxeOk /// https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9wsDqsObcg /// - overclocking guides with people using similar cards https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKO7UX4oIYA - benchmarks comparing stock 1060 vs overclocked 1060 hope this helps my guy
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