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  1. Hi everyone i just wanted to share my video on a Left 4 dead 2 weekly or so series that will focus on showcasing custom maps made by users. Going Ballistic: https://youtu.be/pfxU7Afy-Ig Download link: http://www.gamemaps.com/details/14667 -Do leave me any constructive feedback, thanks!
  2. Getting 1 later this month or next month. After hours of searching I'm stuck between ASUS or MSI. ATM I'm leaning towards ASUS because it's cheaper and many reviews say it's cooling system and fan noise is better than MSI as MSI's fans will get louder when it's running games, but still haven't made up my mind yet. Specs are: ASUS 17.3" IPS Display Intel i7 2.5-3.5 ghz Nvidia Geforce 970M 3GB 16GB RAM 1 TB HDD MSI 17.3" Display Same as ASUS Nvidia Geforce 970M 6GB w/ Optimus Tech 12GB RAM 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD Your input/opinion would be appreciated. PS: KILL PEANUT!!!
  3. So my Razer DeathAdder is finally dying after 4 years of use, it was a good run little buddy... So begins my hunt for a new mouse. I have already purchased two to test, obviously returning both or the one I don't like. I have just now connected the first and type this as the software/drivers install. I have purchased are the newer version of the Razer DeathAdder being that I like the size, 5 buttons (including scroll wheel clicks) is enough for me and my last one served me faithfully for so long. I have also purchased the newly released Logitech G502 Proteus Core, which had some shining reviews from hardware sites, it has a great sensor, it can be tuned to my current mouse pad and I kind of miss owning a Logitech mouse... The G502 is the mouse I have just installed drivers for and so far it is comfortable and has a good weight (without even adding weights yet). I did consider a Roccat Kore XMD based off of solid reviews but even though it is a right handed mouse the feel/look if it looks like it should be for those evil lefties out there. DeathAdder 2013: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826153114 G502: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826104934 I am open to suggestions from the community on a good mouse. I will state that I refuse to spend more than $100 for a mouse. I do not want/need a MMO mouse, my fat thumb can't accurately select one of those tiny 1-10 buttons. Along with the fat thumb I have a large paw for a hand so no tiny/sissy mice either. I would prefer wired so that I don't have to deal with batteries and it will be connected to my desktop.
  4. Hey party people, I came across this cool app/program about 2 weeks ago and I'm really digging it. The program is called Power-Grid from the Roccat company and it lets you control/monitor PC functions from your smart phone. It has been very handy for me being that I'm still one monitor down. http://power-grid.roccat.org/en/Home/ [utube]fGdFWL-M8GE[/utube] Features: Fully customize the layout View system resources (while in game) Full volume control of different programs (while in game) Message friends via multiple messengers (skype, facebook) Quick launch your favorite programs You can build "grids" for your favorite games so you have access to the info you need Pretty sweet program overall and its free. I'm going to keep messing with it for a bit to see how it goes, so far it has been smooth sailing.
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