ReBornAnew96 wrote: »
Not sure if this belongs here, but would anyone suggest using mechanical keyboards with Cherry MX Blues solely for gaming (specifically fast paced, FPS games such as CF)?
I'm currently deciding on purchasing either Blues or Browns. From my research, it appears that Browns have a slightly decreased actuation point than Blues; however, the Blues have a more pronounced clicking sound which I like (although I can't say the same for others around me).
The keyboard I'm planning on buying is the Ducky Shine 3, for anyone who is curious.
wwasdas wrote: »
Ok so im playing crossfire with laptop since the beginning and by now its just horrific to play.Thats why i want to buy a PC which cists around 500€ .I rly dont know much about PCs so i would greatly appreciate it if you guys could give me some suggestion of PCs which are more likely to perform well at fps games
[MOD]NattNatt wrote: »
depends on the game. CF is heavily CPU reliant, whereas most newer games//games on newer engines are heavily GPU reliant. Say what games you are wanting to play and we'll be able to help...but it's worth saying that you will always get more value by building one yourself than a pre-built machine.
Hahahabro wrote: »
another question sorry, but is this computer worth the price and how much fps do you think it will give me?http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16883229309
jymytjhyhh wrote: »
Hello i have
amd athlon 5150 apu with radeon r3
My fps 1vs1 is 60
Fps in FFA about 20 or 30
I play low quality
Any one can help
TheShadowRo wrote: »
Laptop / Notebook :
easy to take with you - portable ( is a must if you travel a lot )
low space required - only need a plane surface
not so much upgrade you can do : you can increase RAM or change HDD to a SSD
need a high hardware for gamming - therefore are more expensive
small display - most affrodable have a 15.6 inch display
+ Pro :
upgradable all the way ( you can start with a good mainboard and use CPU internal graphics and later add a good video card after you have the money , add RAM , add internal storage .. etc)
more cheap then same hardware config on a laptop - display price not included most of the time
- Con :
need display, keyboard, mouse ,headset ..etc ( also for a gamming laptop you may wanna use external keyboard and sure will need a mouse and headset)
need more space
is not portable
BUT latest trends made laptops more affrodable .. even with nice hardware for gamming ... and there is laptops for gamming under 1K euros :
1. This one is already oldie since is the 4-th generation CPU : ASUS F550JX - but price is good if you can find-it on your country
2. A newer version with 6-th generation CPU : Asus GL552VW - now this one is around 900 Eur - but is a good choice if you need a laptop.
Basically for gamming laptops i advise to look on Asus ROG series (or Alienware - but they have overhigh killing prices) - they may have same hardware as other brands (Lenovo, Toshiba, Samsung.. etc) - BUT they are specially designed for gamming and have a better airflow - also they may endure long gamming sessions
So main problem is the budget ... but if you will use only at home is best to consider a PC - there you can start with a lower budget and add later some upgrades
Z8Exile wrote: »
would anyone be able to tell em how to change font colors of my status please message my forums account if possible thank you
OlDSchOol_07 wrote: »
For example, if you want orange text, type Z8Games[/ color]
UsedID wrote: »
I bet it's a right thread to ask. Friends, what antivirus do you use? I have only an integrated windows defender which I even partly disabled (it was blocking files that I was downloading). I read an avast premium review and I think it's a good choice. What are your thoughts? Or maybe there's something better?
xYO321312 wrote: »
Hey Guys, i hope someone can help me. (snip)
Ruslans wrote: »
Always go to Intel.