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I love my blackwidow V1 stealth edition But, what I was getting tired of was, every 2-3 months I had to keep cleaning my keyboard from the followings Dust Hair ! Food Bits !! Worst... TOE NAIL !!!!! Until I bought the following Clear Silicon keyboard cover for RAZER Blackwidow After 2 months of usage, the results are amazing I always used the plastic cover that came with the keyboard, but this is much better The key pressing can feel slightly weird for pro gamers, but I guess you can work something out by removing it during serious gaming Check out the photos and vote! But the silicon cover does need cleaning from time to time, but better than removing individual keycaps! @Dekades whether this can be RAZERs next production in line?
Here are the list of my setting: Laptop: Dell Inspiration 7755 i5 7 gen w/ GTX 1050 Keyboard: Fantech MK872 RGB Mouse: Razer Naga Trinity Headphone: HAMMERHEAD USB-C ANC Headset: Razer KRAKEN KITTY Edition Mobile Phone: Razer Phone 2 Mouse Pat: Razer GOLIATHUS SPEED My room has limited space hence I need to squeeze all things in one. After getting my first graduate job, I progressively adopt Razer's product as my gaming partner. Meanwhile, I am planning on Razer blade 15 optical switches. However, not only the price concern but also a lot of comment that suspicious the laptop will be broken by any means (Overhead issue, screen lift issue, blue screen issue, misusing material inside the laptop, etc.) What do you guys think, should I give it a try or recommend another brand?
Hey, I'm looking to ditch my big PC set up and downscale to running from just my laptop with an egpu. My laptop only has one thunderbolt port, so I was wondering if connecting my laptop to the dock, which is connected to the egpu (as well as all my peripherals), will have the results I'm looking for? I'm not super savvy with this stuff so just wanted to confirm before I spent the money. Thanks.
Ok guys, its been since the early 2000's since I built my own gaming rig...am i doing it right? MSI Gaming M7 Motherboard Intel 7700K OC'd @ 4.7Ghz Corsair H110v2 AiO cooler 16GB GSkill Trident RGB @ 3200Mhz EVGA GTX1080 Hybrid LG 32GK850G, gsync @ 165hz Philips Hue Play (monitor backlight) Philips Hue (Lighting) Samsung Odessey HMD (WMR) Razer Kraken 7.1 v2 Razer Nari Ultimate Razer Mabma Elite Razer Huntsman Elite
Hello Dreamers! Show us your Dream "Ultimate Battlestation Desk" or even better if your dream has become reality, show us your Current "dream ultimate battlestation desk". I personally would love to see what your dream desk looks like. Аnd let the sharing in our land of dreams begin now! Here you go my Dream "Ultimate Desk for Battlestation", I will try to make it reality in 2020. I hope everyone will be appreciated for sharing their dream and passion. Maybe now everyone can get a tiny particle they miss and add it to their dream <3
Gaming/Editing Station! Main Monitor 32" ASUS STRIX 2560x1440 144hz Secondary Monitor 27" Acer Predator 1080p 240hz Motherboard---i7-7800X ASUS TUF Mark 1 Ram---Corsair RGB Pro 64gb DDR4 3000 Graphics Card---GTX 1080ti Case---Corsair 570X Crystal Series Headset-HyperX Cloud Mix Mic---Razer Siren Mouse- Logitech PRO WIRELESS Mouse pad-RGB Goliathus Extended Keyboard--- Razer Huntsman Elite RGB Custom hardline watercooled! 2019 Razer Blade 15 RTX 2080 1tb Samsung 970 Pro + 32gb Crucial
It all started one day when I was on newegg, although I cant remember why, when I saw a Pc case with cool RGB lights and decided that, hey, those look cool. After about a week the case was delivered and I decided to start trying to move parts over from my boring, prebuilt pc that I got for Christmas the year prior to the new fancy light up case, and let me tell you that was a mistake. First off I couldn't figure out why when I switched the power switch on the back nothing happened, so I spent a week trying to that figure out. After I figured that out (turns out there is an additional power button on the front of the case that you have to press as well as the switch on the back) the computer was not displaying to the monitor, and after 3 weeks of researching why that was happing I concluded that the motherboard was dead, and I now had to try to convince my Mom to give me $100ish to buy a new one. Luckly for me it was right around my birthday so it wasn't that hard. After I got that one
Hello guys, This the setup for now. I already orderd the gaming chair. Still looking for a couple nice monitors and led's. But my big question is tips or suggestions for budget pc's. Dont need a killer of a pc just a pc that can do anything for a good price.
I have done pretty well with this gaming rig, but I think its not good at this day. My GPU is the biggest problem in my rig. My rig: i5 2500, GTX 560Ti, Asus P8P67 Motherboard and 16gb ddr3 ram. Should I upgrade all components or build a new computer with better and newer components or just replace my GPU.
Hello u all :smile_: I have bought a laptop: Razor blade 15 2019 with 2080 rtx. The laptop screen is too little, and I want to have another monitor connected to it, so I can play on a bigger screen (24" 144hz). But my problem is the laptop only has hdmi and usb c.... I cant figure out what cable to buy, to get 144hz on the other monitor?? I started out buying a hdmi cable because i thought it could handle 144hz. After buying 3 different hdmi cables it seems it dosent work... I can only play with 60 hz.. (the monitor can do 144hz). I guess I have to find a cable USB-c to displayport? Because my monitor dosent have USB-c. But I cant seem to find this cable where it says, it supports playing with 144hz. And I cant find any forum where they link the cable i need, just the same question.. So I hope some of you Razer fans have the same laptop and plays on a external monitor and can tell me what cable to buy? I dont want to waste more money on cables that dosent work. I just want to play 1
Basically through odd circumstances I own a leviathan, nommo chroma and nommo pro. I'm trying to make a 5.1 surround sound setup with nommo pros as left right and sub, leviathan as centre and nommo chromas as rear left and right. I've ordered an external 5.1 sound card with optical in so I can use with myT as that's what I'm doing it for
Hi, I have a Razer Naga Trinity, a Razer Tartarus and Black Widow(recent purchase) I have used the Tartarus and Trinity for years in Wow without issue and use them to keybind only. I want to use on the fly Macros with the Black widow. However it seems this may not be allowed in WoW and could get me banned before I do that does anyone actually know the answer? Blizz response was if you have to ask don't do it basically!!
If you live and breathe PCMR, spent countless hours tweaking your rig or simply own a cool gaming station, here’s the thread to share it with us! Hey Insiders, Many of us own a cherished PC rig—completely tweaked to suit our gaming needs. Whether it’s the latest GPU, that must-have CPU, or a station that’s completely decked out in sick RGB, we want to see it. So if you’re proud of your gaming station, upload photos and tell us what parts you’re using. Blow us away and you might just get your setup featured on our social channels. Share your Battlestations now and let’s talk PC together!
We are getting number of Insiders and users facing battery bloating on Blades and other gaming laptops. I have created this thread to give an understanding of why battery bloating occurs and what you can do to try prevent it. One of the downsides of gaming laptops is its compacted size. Modern RAZER Blade hardware specs have enough CPU and GPU performance to play all the latest games. The issue here is, it will release a lot of heat during high load gaming and other high load application use. This heat is what causes laptop battery to bloat. Study of thermodynamics. If you set the CPU and GPU fans to rotate according to the temperature level (automatically), it helps to cool down the CPU and GPU processor for sure, but the remaining heat from the heat sink will spread throughout the laptop, creating heat encapsulation. The state of heat being transferred through physical boundary, is the study of thermodynamics. Due to the compacted design of laptops, the energy of the heat from t
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