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Jase

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About Jase

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  • Birthday 01/11/1987
  1. As ma4gicfour said, if you cannot pay for membership, you don't need to. You can simply contribute to the forums and once you reach the appropriate post count, you'll have access.
  2. Appreciate the opinions. Looking at everything on here I'm guessing that probably the problem I'm looking at now is the battery has about run it course. I'll just buy a new one, even if that's not the cause at least I'll have an extra one I can carry with me. @imosnk I'm definitely not about Mobile Gaming either, but I do sometimes head out for coffee or something while I'm working on projects just to change scenery for a bit, and carrying that big a** brick is just a headache sometimes lol. Again, thanks
  3. So I've had this G75VW for a while and for the most part it's always plugged in with the battery attached. Of course this is pretty much necessary because during gaming if you run purely on battery you either give up all performance, or it dies so quick you can barely start to enjoy yourself. However on the offside, I've noticed that my battery doesn't last any more than maybe 40-50 minutes approx. in balanced mode. So as I'm looking for a new gaming/workstation computer. I wondering is it better to use it while it's plugged with the battery disconnected, and saved he battery from when I'm actually traveling so that I can squeeze some more life out of it, or if it still won't make that big of a difference. Obviously there are some risk that come along with that, but I'm just wondering if anyone has ever tried it, or has an opinion on it.
  4. Sorry it took so long to get back, moving again so they've been packed up for now but I grabbed some internet photos they look exactly they way I brought mine I paid close to 200 for these, but at the same time I'm currently in Japan so things are a little more expensive here then America. My guess from them there would be roughly $180, only two countries I can guess off the top of my head. Also adding to what I put earlier, and agreeing with dennis1982. These are very good headsets, after playing with them for a while they have great sound quality both for the mic and game sounds, adding in the fact that you can flip on hearing your on voice. The only draw back I see for some are that they are wired, but after using them for a while, and since they work on my Xbox, PS3, and PC I really don't mind.
  5. I picked these up recently, figured I'd throw up an opinion on them. First impression was a lot of ish comes in the box, it gives a lot of options with the included adapters to hook up to PC, Xbox360, and PS3. with Optical or through 3.5mm, pretty sure you can connect it to pretty much anything. Comes with a box through which most of the connections (Xbox360, PS3, Dig. Optical connections) are made, it also has a selectable EQ's The frame feels strong, I played with it a little out the box just to get an idea of the strength and quality and it holds up nicely. Plus side, comfortable I was wearing these for hours and didn't feel the need to adjust or remove them ( I have a small head though lol). Clean, clear, crisp sound. I literally felt like I heard everything. The mic (detachable) was clear too. I've had a lot of problems with mics being unclear or too bass or loud, but sound checking with everyone I played with I came in nice and clear. Also it has two separate volume adjusters for the game sound and the voice sounds, big for me since sometimes I want to be immersed in the game and sometimes I need to be able to hear my teammates clearly. I think the drawbacks for me were that it's cabled, but it's long enough (12ft) that you probably won't be restricted much as to where you'd sit in your average living room, but obviously you can't go load up on snacks and keep them on) and it also has a deep bass which was sometimes a bit too much for me. All in all, if your looking for a really nice wired headset that works with all our systems, and you don't mind spending the extra. This would be a good suggestion. I don't think it's the best one you can get, but it's definitely really nice to own. I'll probably adjust or add to this as I use them a bit longer but this is basically first impressions
  6. Been using the Corsair Hydro series for a while (2-3 years maybe) from the H50, H60, now I have the H70 or 80 I've never had them leak at all. I usually run my latest in my main computer and the other in my back-up computer, but they've given me solid temps without the headache of maintaining a custom setup. I think AiO area a good way to good.
  7. Mine's pretty messy as of now. Classic Shell and that's about it Doing everything from 3d design to music production, but I'm planning on going back to this as a gaming laptop so probably end up with everything changed around.
  8. Hey to everyone. My name's Jase. I love building and tweaking. Use to be a heavy gamer now its more of a moderate thing. I like trying out new mods, don't always get them right but I enjoy the challenge of learning. Use to mainly use self built desktops, but I'm starting to venture over to gaming laptops, currently own G75VW (which is how/why I found this site)
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