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  1. Two top gaming keyboards pitted against each other. Both support rapid trigger and use Hall effect switches. Watch the full video to see who comes out on top!
  2. Fantastic keyboard, check out the full review here: Razer Huntsman V3 Pro TKL Review - YouTube Summary This review discusses the Razer Huntsman V3 Pro TKL keyboard, highlighting its features such as the Gen 2 analog Optical switches, quick onboard adjustments, media keys, volume knob, and customizable profiles. The keyboard has a high build quality, minimal key wobble, and provides an excellent typing experience. However, it is considered expensive compared to alternative brands like the Drunk Deer A75. Key Takeaways Razer Huntsman V3 Pro TKL keyboard features Gen 2 analog Optical switches, offering quick and precise actuation. The keyboard allows for easy and customizable onboard adjustments, including actuation distance and profile switching. It has a solid build quality with minimal key wobble and textured keycaps for enhanced grip during gaming. The keyboard offers rapid trigger functionality, comparable to the SteelSeries Apex Pro and Drunk Deer A75. Razer Synapse software provides extensive customization options, including lighting effects and macro programming. Game mode might have some issues regarding disabling the Windows key. The Razer Huntsman V3 Pro TKL keyboard is relatively expensive compared to alternatives like the Drunk Deer A75.
  3. Full review coming soon. Here's the unboxing video:
  4. As of September 2023, T|I Elite membership has been discontinued. Those that had T|I Elite Membership will be rewarded with a legacy badge. Those that had purchased T|I Elite Life will never see an ad on the website--we thank you for your generous support. Moving forward, all the files in the download seciton are available to any registered member and this will never change! If you have any feedbacks, concerns or anything else you'd like to share regarding our website, you can reply to this thread. Thank you.
  5. This week's highlights in gaming offers a whirlwind of excitement, from gaming showcases to highly anticipated game releases. Summer 2023 Gaming Showcases have been a saving grace after the cancellation of E3 2023. Major events include Sony's PlayStation Showcase unveiling games like Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater remake and a Marathon series revival by Bungie. The Meta Quest Gaming Showcase focused on Meta Quest 2, Pro, and 3 games, including Samba de Amigo, Bulletstorm VR, and Asgard’s Wrath 2. Capcom's Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak: Final Digital Event on June 7 delivered Monster Hunter Rise updates, while the Guerrilla Collective Showcase on June 7 highlighted indie gems. Geoff Keighley's Summer Game Fest on June 8 unveiled games like Mortal Kombat 1, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, and Final Fantasy VII Rebirth. September 2023 Game Releases are also turning heads. Bethesda's expansive open-world RPG, Starfield, launched on September 6. NBA 2K24, dedicated to Kobe Bryant's legacy, arrived on September 8 with gameplay and visual improvements. Car enthusiasts reveled in The Crew Motorfest on September 14, set in Hawaii. Classic gaming franchise fans rejoiced as Mortal Kombat 1 received a fresh reboot on September 6. The long-awaited sequel, Payday 3, released on the same day, offering co-op shooting in New York City. Additionally, the gaming lineup for September includes Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis, Fae Farm, Eternights, Nour: Play With Your Food, Super Bomberman R 2, Pokémon Scarlet And Violet: The Hidden Treasure Of Area Zero – The Teal Mask, Monster Hunter Now, Lies of P, and Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty. Moreover, EA Sports FC 24 is scheduled for September 29. Gamers can anticipate more exciting releases in October, including Assassin’s Creed Mirage and Marvel’s Spider-Man 2. September 2023 indeed promises a treasure trove of gaming goodness, from showcases that keep us informed to game releases that keep us entertained.
  6. The overclocking community is abuzz with discussions about a post on Overclock.net that introduces a tool called "nvflashk." This tool claims to enable users to flash custom BIOSes onto NVIDIA GPUs, even the latest 4xxx series, including Founders Edition cards. It's a topic that has caught the attention of many tech enthusiasts, but it also comes with its share of skepticism and concerns. The original post on Overclock.net expresses concerns about transparency and proper credit regarding the software release. The author highlights the potential consequences of the release and the broader context of graphics card flashing and rebranding. It's clear that the community values open communication to address these issues. On Techpowerup.com there's a discussion about creating an nvflash downloader/patcher for Linux. The emphasis here is on the distribution of patch files rather than the nvflash software itself. This reflects concerns about the longevity and accessibility of the project, suggesting the need for multiple hosting options and open-source code. Reddit's overclocking community provides a practical solution. A user, who happens to be a software engineer, has patched the latest version of nvflash to support specialized BIOS flashing on GPUs. They've shared their work on GitHub along with a video demonstration, offering a valuable resource for those interested in this technology. In the world of GPU overclocking and BIOS modification, it's essential to balance innovation with caution. While nvflashk opens up exciting possibilities, it's crucial to approach it with care, keeping in mind the insights and concerns shared by the overclocking community.
  7. I've been playing this game the last month and having a blast! My favorite class right now is medic (surprise surprise) using a P90. Sometimes I'll switch to an M200 sniper when I want to chill and pop off heads. What's your favorite class to play? Some videos of mine: 1. 2. 3.
  8. There might be a function command (eg fn+f6) that switches the display to 120 hz. If not, then maybe the bios needs to be updated to use the newer gpu. The existing one might need dells own driver to initialize the display.
  9. Which do you prefer?
  10. Hi, the parts list is right here: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/HdHzK8
  11. Sorry I've been absent from Tech|Inferno everyone, life has kept me busy but I'm glad to see the forums humming along. We're always in the background ensuring things are running smoothly. To that end, I'd like to introduce my newest watercooled build that I think you'll like it. For a list of parts used and specs: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/HdHzK8 For comparison, here's the older version 2 that I had built in 2020:
  12. We don't support Prema mods here, sorry. You can try PM'ing @BAKEDbut I'm not sure if he's actively making any mods right now.
  13. Sad to see it gone, it was a great resource for information. I'm disappointed that they didn't allow their community to take it over--from what I hear they basically intend to destroy the db and call it a day. We're still around, not as active as we once were and that may change in the future but for now we're happy with where TI is at.
  14. Could be the BGA solder going bad as is usually the case w/these laptop GPUs. You could try baking it as a last ditch effort or find a repair shop that specializes in BGA repair (rare).
  15. They’ve been banned. Please report any other spammers you come across so we can get to them faster.
  16. So AMD is back and in a big way, let us know which products you're most excited about and plan to build. Personally I have a 5950X, ASUS Dark Hero X570 motherboard, and soon an AMD 6900 XT GPU. First time in a very long time for an all AMD build!
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