• Pictures of Your Computer v7
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[QUOTE=prixt;34609878]What should " So much rice " mean?[/QUOTE] rice = ricer ricer = 2006 bling cases full of colorful extreme ~ gaymen lights ~
[QUOTE=prixt;34609878]What should " So much rice " mean?[/QUOTE] [img]http://l.yimg.com/bt/api/res/1.2/br72exaycmKAGKb7gL0JQg--/YXBwaWQ9eW5ld3M7cT04NTt3PTYzMA--/http://media.zenfs.com/en/blogs/thesideshow/lighttruck.jpg[/img]
[QUOTE=HN_s4mur41;34610782]Why did i lol @ this? herp[/QUOTE] because you fucking cunting did.
Cleaned out pc a little, [img]http://puu.sh/gdzV[/img]
That's really clean looking. What are your specs?
GTX 460, 2500k, 16GB RAM (lol)
So... What's wrong with Razer Tiamat 7.1? Do you really think I'm going to buy because of the design? Then your dumb... And, whats so rice with this headset? I think the design is pretty nice. And why I really want to buy this headset, it's because of the 7.1 sound. No simulating shit.
[QUOTE=prixt;34615791]So... What's wrong with Razer Tiamat 7.1? Do you really think I'm going to buy because of the design? Then your dumb... And, whats so rice with this headset? I think the design is pretty nice. And why I really want to buy this headset, it's because of the 7.1 sound. No simulating shit.[/QUOTE] EXACTLY. 7.1 surround headsets are pieces of shit and provide horrible sound. Instead of paying for a good pair of solid speakers/drivers, you're buying about 14 shitty little speakers bundled into a can. It's also a Razer product so you know you're paying about double what it's worth, and it also won't last you very long. Do yourself a favour bro, look at [url="http://www.facepunch.com/threads/1160541"]this thread[/url] at least, and look around for some quality headphones. For gaming, I would easily suggest the AD700 + Zalman clip-on mic. Have a look at that for starters; you won't be dissapointed.
[QUOTE=Porcupine162;34615849]EXACTLY. 7.1 surround headsets are pieces of shit and provide horrible sound. Instead of paying for a good pair of solid speakers/drivers, you're buying about 14 shitty little speakers bundled into a can. It's also a Razer product so you know you're paying about double what it's worth, and it also won't last you very long. Do yourself a favour bro, look at [url="http://www.facepunch.com/threads/1160541"]this thread[/url] at least, and look around for some quality headphones. For gaming, I would easily suggest the AD700 + Zalman clip-on mic. Have a look at that for starters; you won't be dissapointed.[/QUOTE] true... But I really want the surround sound. Ive seen an another 7.1 headset, Corsair Vengeance 1500. More then the half of the price for a Razer Tiamat 7.1. Corsair cost 99.99 USD and Razer cost around 281 USD. Right now I got Plantronics GameCom 367.
[QUOTE=prixt;34606853]Yeah, but what? I like the design on the outside. But its pretty ugly inside. And, I don't really care that much how my CPU cooler looks like. But I can't say it's beautiful. But, right now I can't put money to make my computer looking better. I'm going to buy Razer Tiamat 7.1.[/QUOTE] Don't, get a pair of decent headphones and a Clip-on or Modmic.
[QUOTE=prixt;34618228]true... But I really want the surround sound. Ive seen an another 7.1 headset, Corsair Vengeance 1500. More then the half of the price for a Razer Tiamat 7.1. Corsair cost 99.99 USD and Razer cost around 281 USD. Right now I got Plantronics GameCom 367.[/QUOTE] Get a Xonar_DG (enable Dolby Headphone when playing/movies), decent headphones, and a modmic. Job done.
[QUOTE=prixt;34618228]true... But I really want the surround sound. Ive seen an another 7.1 headset, Corsair Vengeance 1500. More then the half of the price for a Razer Tiamat 7.1. Corsair cost 99.99 USD and Razer cost around 281 USD. Right now I got Plantronics GameCom 367.[/QUOTE] 7.1/5.1/surround sound headphones are a gimmick, it's a buzzword to make people buy it thinking they're getting a better product and clearly it works but it's nothing more, a pair of stereo headphones with good soundstage (see K701, AD700, DT-880 and others) will give you more sound distinction and location than any 7.1 gaming headphones, not to mention they won't sound ass when listening to music too. Post in the headphone thread giving a budget, music preferences, closed or open preferences and mention that you want soundstage for gaming.
Dolby Headphone does actually work and perform phenomenally, but you just need a soundcard with it in the software, not an actual 7.1 inside a headphone headphones, because thats just stupid.
[QUOTE=Weltmeister;34618821]Dolby Headphone does actually work and perform phenomenally, but you just need a soundcard with it in the software, not an actual 7.1 inside a headphone headphones, because thats just stupid.[/QUOTE] I've tried it a few times but the pros don't outweigh the cons for me, but I can see it being useful at some points.
5.1 speakers are useful in games, although i do find the 5.1/7.1 headphones a gimmick.
I love 5.1 speakers. Damn dead silence pros can't come behind me and knife me. I can hear them coming from whatever direction. Same goes for any kind of sounds sensitive game really
[QUOTE=prixt;34618228]true... But I really want the surround sound. Ive seen an another 7.1 headset, Corsair Vengeance 1500. More then the half of the price for a Razer Tiamat 7.1. Corsair cost 99.99 USD and Razer cost around 281 USD. Right now I got Plantronics GameCom 367.[/QUOTE] Point is, a 2 speaker pair of nice nice headphones will give you more surround than you could ever fathom.
[QUOTE=prixt;34618228]true... But I really want the surround sound. Ive seen an another 7.1 headset, Corsair Vengeance 1500. More then the half of the price for a Razer Tiamat 7.1. Corsair cost 99.99 USD and Razer cost around 281 USD. Right now I got Plantronics GameCom 367.[/QUOTE] The Corsair Vengeance 1500 is a USB headset with 7.1 virtual surround sound. It's not true 7 speaker surround sound like some headsets. So technically the 1500 is a stereo headset, the soundcard just mimics 7.1 which pretty much any USB soundcard can do. Which is not a bad thing, I find 7.1 virtual surround to be much better than true 7.1 since it's pretty much overkill to stick so many low end drivers inside a single earcup. The Vengeance 1300 is basically the same thing as the 1500 minus the soundcard that fakes 7.1 surround sound.
Forgot to post pictures of my new build. [IMG]http://i132.photobucket.com/albums/q19/vertex_photos/bygg_datamaskin.png[/IMG] [IMG]http://i132.photobucket.com/albums/q19/vertex_photos/datamaskin.png[/IMG] [QUOTE][IMG]http://i132.photobucket.com/albums/q19/vertex_photos/specs.png[/IMG][/QUOTE]
How hot is your room and how hot is your CPU + overclock?
[QUOTE=Brt5470;34633444]How hot is your room and how hot is your CPU + overclock?[/QUOTE] It's around 24°C right now, and here's the correct temperatures provided by Asus AI Suite. [IMG]http://i132.photobucket.com/albums/q19/vertex_photos/stats.png[/IMG]
You have an X79 and it's idling at 28c? Something is wrong with my computer. Mine idles at like 45c, and my room is maybe 25c.
[QUOTE=Brt5470;34633928]You have an X79 and it's idling at 28c? Something is wrong with my computer. Mine idles at like 45c, and my room is maybe 25c.[/QUOTE] What cooler do you have?
[QUOTE=Brt5470;34633928]You have an X79 and it's idling at 28c? Something is wrong with my computer. Mine idles at like 45c, and my room is maybe 25c.[/QUOTE]are you checking with your motherboards software?
[QUOTE=farmatyr;34634011]What cooler do you have?[/QUOTE] I wouldn't have brought it up if I had a different cooler. I have an NH-D14 and a 2600k. [editline]10th February 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=Shadaez;34634141]are you checking with your motherboards software?[/QUOTE] Realtemp and core temp
The case looks so big for that motherboard. It looks so, empty.
Perhaps coat the interior black. Might look less empty, as it would blend in.
Asus AI suite wont install for me :(
I don't get why people put so much money into a pc, then buy videocards with reference coolers..
[QUOTE=Goz3rr;34638768]I don't get why people put so much money into a pc, then buy videocards with reference coolers..[/QUOTE] Because many of the aftermarket coolers are just a gimmick, and they also use a non-standard mounting hole pattern for a cooler. So if the fan craps out, you have a big paperweight, instead of just buying a decent aftermarket cooler and swap out the stock one and have a working card again.
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