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    For the price i payed was worth it , i wasnt expecting it to last this long ,also has good sound and mic is really good for the things i use it for ( Teamspeak-Ventrilo-skype) also is comfortable on the head for the first 7-8 hours :P , i have it 1 year now and seems it will stay until the pillows start to break witch hasnt started yet . But if u want awsome 5.1 sound u have to get something better , and since i just use it for conversation only not worth it , i use my stereo system for sound and music and movies .
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    5.1 or 7.1 isn't equal quality

    Also if they're good enough for you then that's all that matters.
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    Talking about working like a boss and headphones.. Holy crap I just realized that I've had my sennheiser hd 280 pro's for around 6 years now and they are still going as strong as ever. The head wrap part shows some signs of use but even that could be easily replaced since weirdly enough they still sell parts for these (it was already an old model when I bought it). Figured I'd invest for something slightly more expensive and paid like 119€ for them, which was a lot for me back then. Money well spent indeed!

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    So my 4K monitor arrived yesterday.





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    Nice was it worth the money?
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    His facebook chat says "dude, 4K is so glorious". So ye, probably :P
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    Definitely.

    Have no issues running 4K @ 60Hz SST with displayport 1.2, I'm very impressed with the colours with this panel.

    The only real problem with 4K is League of Legends crashing often, but that's due to half-assed coding.
    Last edited by CheezusCrust; 2014-06-28 at 08:01 PM.

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    I want your job, Cheezus -_-. Gtz on the sexy addition.

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    For someone who seems to be trying to conceal his identity, you forgot to black out your log in screen Cheezus :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arbiter View Post
    For someone who seems to be trying to conceal his identity, you forgot to black out your log in screen Cheezus :P
    and steam and spotify

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    Quote Originally Posted by gegalfo View Post
    and steam and spotify
    Nickname on Steam?

    Shouldn't matter, it's public anyway. :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by CheezusCrust View Post
    Nickname on Steam?

    Shouldn't matter, it's public anyway. :P
    'SQL MASTER RACE'

    do i get a cookie?

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    My new build

    My first build.







    I still need to some cable work but overall I'm pretty happy with the build. Run's cool and quiet and is a beast.
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    http://i61.tinypic.com/2ebc111.jpg

    A little minimalistic but I like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gatecrasher View Post
    My first build.

    http://i.imgur.com/VjckSS7l.jpg

    http://i.imgur.com/VABwF9Wl.jpg

    http://i.imgur.com/2nMv1mpl.jpg

    I still need to some cable work but overall I'm pretty happy with the build. Run's cool and quiet and is a beast.
    Oh you bastard, I'm still waiting for my 4690k to arrive. :-P

    Nice build, good choices all around, and the cable management isn't as bad as you make it sound apart from the CPU 8pin. The coloured cables really let it down visually, though. But not much a builder can do about that. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by gatecrasher View Post
    My first build.



    I still need to some cable work but overall I'm pretty happy with the build. Run's cool and quiet and is a beast.
    That's a neat looking build, how do you like the BeQuiet! cooler?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gatecrasher View Post
    My first build.


    I still need to some cable work but overall I'm pretty happy with the build. Run's cool and quiet and is a beast.
    I like!
    What are the specs of that laptop?

    Also what camera did you use for the pics?
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    Quote Originally Posted by looz View Post
    Oh you bastard, I'm still waiting for my 4690k to arrive. :-P

    Nice build, good choices all around, and the cable management isn't as bad as you make it sound apart from the CPU 8pin. The coloured cables really let it down visually, though. But not much a builder can do about that.
    Thanks! I ordered some red cables to replace the blue ones. I'll disassemble next weekend and tighten it up a bit.

    Quote Originally Posted by CheezusCrust View Post
    That's a neat looking build, how do you like the BeQuiet! cooler?
    Was easy to install and very quiet. I haven't had a chance to push it yet though so we'll see how it does performance wise.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ripox View Post
    I like!
    What are the specs of that laptop?

    Also what camera did you use for the pics?
    Laptop is a MSI:

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    17" 1920x1080 LED panel
    Steelseries keyboard

    She is a beast and great for when I travel (heavy as shit though).

    Camera is a Nikon D3200 with a 18-55 mm lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gatecrasher View Post
    Thanks! I ordered some red cables to replace the blue ones. I'll disassemble next weekend and tighten it up a bit.



    Was easy to install and very quiet. I haven't had a chance to push it yet though so we'll see how it does performance wise.



    Laptop is a MSI:

    i7-3610QM
    Nvidia GeForce GTX 675M 2GN
    17" 1920x1080 LED panel
    Steelseries keyboard

    She is a beast and great for when I travel (heavy as shit though).

    Camera is a Nikon D3200 with a 18-55 mm lens.
    please repost with updated cables, very interested in what it looks like

    im considering that camera purchase in less than 2 months! do you like it? ive never used any DSLR or semi-pro camera even, but im looking for a nice camera to keep all my memories on and capture them nicely with great functionality but without too much playing with settings/photography knowledge. played around with the nikon d3200 in a store and with the wireless adapter that works on a phone for capturing pics remotely, i was almost sold.

    Hows the 675M treating you? Around the same time of the camera purchase im going to likely be in the market for a desktop replacement laptop, considering the Sager NP9377-S from xoticpc with the 120hz screen, SLI 880M, i7-4810mq, 2x500GB SSDs in RAID0, 2x1TB HDDs in RAID 0, and the works with the IC diamond, copper upgrades, screen calibration, etc with the 3 year warranty, coverage, and accidental damage protection. Hoping this gets me through 4 years of college gaming and such.

    Of course, there is the option of buying something for half that price with like a single 870m/880M to get me through roughly 2 years and then upgrade to a newer model down the line rather than trying to go balls to the wall from the get-go.

    A discussion not fit for this thread, however, keep up the great setup pics, everyone.
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