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I bought a Cisco router a few days back. At the time of set up, I have entered a default IP address 192.168.254.254 which I got after searching many websites. After entering that, I am thinking that if this Ip address will be accessed or not. Can anyone tell me the answer to this?
Hey Insiders, It's always nice to know which Razer products community members like to use and with the help of a few Vanguards we'll kick start this thread and make our own personal recommendations on which products we own and why we recommend them. Vanguards Jenjar Lafar .Surf. Community Members 0V3R_K1LL DRIFT_IT T2Pronto bizWeldonBluetools832 evilchargerfan If you'd like to participate (and possibly earn some fat Silver), create a thread of your own and comment on this thread with your link. Be sure to only recommend and describe experiences with products you actually own. As for me personally, I can't recommend the Atheris enough. People, do not sleep on this mouse! I'm on the go often and off of two AA batteries it lasts long. I don't get any performance latency. This was the mouse that sold me on wireless. This is a simple, effective, compact mouse that can be part of your travel kit or daily driver. I'm surprised myself that I love it so much.
Greetings everyone! I wanted to share my experiences using Razer products. I'm an owner of a Razer Kraken Pro V.2, a Deathadder Elite and a Goliathus Chroma. I adore them all for the build quality, their aesthetics, their comfort and their RGB. It's the absolute best. The feel of the mat is so comfortable as is the grip of the mouse in my large palm. I'm 1,91 so you can imagine that I need a great mouse in order to have a good ergonomic grip. The headset is the greatest though. The most comfortable (I use that a lot 😂) I 've ever wore and it has fantastic sound and build quality. Proud user and I'm looking forward to getting more Razer stuff. So glad I'm part of the Razer cult! Thanks for your attention gamers!
So i have 270k zsilver that expire the next 3 months, not all together but good amount every month. It's been some time that I was thinking about getting a pair of Razer Nari and now that my zsilver are expiring I was thinking about getting a Razer Seiren X cause I am trying to start streaming at twitch but then I remembered the Razer Ripsaw HD but I don't have enough for a Ripsaw HD and Nari and i can only take a Ripsaw HD and Nari essentials. My question is, Razer Nari and Seiren X Mercury edition or Razer Ripsaw HD and Nari essentials?? Both will be used for a part time streaming in a just started channel at twitch. A big thanks to all the people that will answer!!
Thread of the Week is back! Let's kick off 2020 with a doozy! What do you want to see [realistically] from Razer in 2020? And as a bonus question, what piece of Razer gear do you hope to loot this year? This is always a fun one, so let's hear 'em folks! Also, this year I also plan on showering Insiders with more Silver than ever, so share your thoughts with the community. --- About Razer Silver: Razer Silver is the only loyalty rewards credits backed by Razer. Earn Silver when you Pay with Razer or engage in software and services from Razer and our Partners. For more information on Razer Silver visit: https://gold.razer.com/silver/earn Need to Reload Gold?
Hello Insiders! My name is Jenjar, if you do not know me already, and I am a Razer Vanguard. Since it is the holiday season once again, I decided to come up with a little holiday gift guide, featuring a couple of my favorite Razer products that I use daily. If you have any questions on the products I have talked about below, feel free to reply to this thread or send me a PM and I will assist you to the best of my abilities ;). Cheers, and Happy Holidays to all! Razer Ornata Chroma: My favorite keyboard I have had to date, coming from two Razer Deathstalkers previously. I chose it because I was looking for a keyboard that had a bit more of a tactile feel, instead of having mushy membrane keys like the Deathstalker, and I did not want a full mechanical keyboard at the time since I was used to lower level keycaps. The Ornata features Mecha-Membrane Switches, which are still membrane key switches, however they have a metal clip inside of them that creates a tactile feel when yo
I just bought a Razer Black Widow Ultimate 2016 Edition and realized that the upper characters on the number keys are not lighting. It's hard to see them unless lights in the room are bright. I'm talking about the characters like shown below: ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) _ + Is there a way to have the whole key light up? Any help or ideas would be appreciated. Savage_Man
On https://www.razer.com/de-de/contact-us Razer states that there is european phone support available from 9 to 18 CET every day. Support Hotline Europe 00800-25233758 Monday - Sunday 09-18 CET As last resort I just tried calling there (15:30). A automatic answering told me that I would call outside of supporting times. Support is only available from Monday to Friday. It's f***ing unbelieveble how bad Razers support is when it comes to reality. - tickets are not answered / ignored - tickets get automatically closed without working solutions - tickets created by Razer supporters are not accessible by the customers - warranty check claims 4 week old Tartarus Pro would have run out of warranty already - support gives constantly wrong statements: "work hard on it" when Razer product manager decided "will not do" half a year ago What's wrong with you Razer ? Phil
I got my first mouse and keyboard when i was 14 (I got Mamba and Blackwidow in tournament ed.). I will never forget how that felt when i unplogged my rubish cheap mouse. I felt like i am upgrading from level zero to boss. I still feel sentimental about that old thing, but Razer gave me even more fun. Yea and about changing keyboards.. Well I i fell in Love with that clicky extraordinary noise. That click, that sound, that satisfaction. I love Razer products. Now I have set of mouses, keyboards, speekers etc. And everytime I open up new Razer product i feel same as when i was kid. What was your first Razer product?
Hi, I am weighing up the pros and cons of the various razer blade models. I will be using the laptop for 3d modelling / animation / simulation / compositing etc. I don't inted to use it for rendering full animations, just setting up the scenes before rendering elsewhere. Softwares will include Rhino, 3dsmax, cinema 4d, Adobe CC, Blender, Octane etc. I have noticed that on the configure product page, the RTX 2070 and 2080 have 'Max-Q' at the end, While the RTX 5000, and the RTX 2060 do not. I realise that there are a range of different GPUs under the same name with different clock speeds and wattage so I would like to know which variants are used in each option? Or if someone knows of relevant benchmark results for my applications, including RTX GPU rendering, that would be very helpful. Thanks!
First post! Here it goes! I have always had the Razer Kraken 7.1 V2s. I have always enjoyed them. They get very loud, which I like and I have no problems hearing footsteps in games like PUBG and modern warfare. I recently started looking for an upgrade and started looking at some of the competition in the market. I first bought the logitech G Pro X headset. After playing a few rounds of pubg and messing with EQs, I decided I hated them. They sound great, very clear (although flat) but I could not hear footsteps AT ALL in pubg. Certain sounds I am used to hearing loud and clear on the krakens I simply could not hear in the logitech headset that is supposed to sound WAY better! I returned them and tried the Astro A40 with mixamp. Same story.. I love how they sound but cant for the life of me get footsteps to sound as loud as everything else in the game. I have the Nari Ultimates ordered and on the way and I'm really hoping that I get the same volume and fullness that I like about the r
Greeting every one I living in EU/Spain and i'm so happy there are some company just like Razer to think well about gamers and make business go but sadly i'm so upset about that Razer make some offer just in USA like this blackfriday and Christmas which RazerPhone was about 500$ cheaper or even laptops but at this time there were no offer at all in Spain or other near countries. I was a big fan of RazerPhone but the price is actually to high plus there were no offer at all this year also,so far so good always wished to get Razer laptop but still as i told prices to high in EU. In other side i knew about quality and productivity which is Razer doing absolutely well and it deserved high prices and good feedback but when there is a big difference between region make a lit bit hard to decided about it. Hope in future Razer make this out and make marketing do better. It was a pleasure. MiladPoRo.
I have Tourette syndrome (which forces me to make noises and sometimes damage things) and the sides of my space bar broke from me pulling on the space bar sides upward until it snapped. Is there any chance you might have tougher space bars for the Cynosa Chroma Keyboard. If so, please let me know. Thanks!
Hello insiders, Time is flying by, almost litteraly. I think its time to recap the inmportant things that happend in a month. Of course Razer showed up at CES. And the big thing that they showed was The RAZER Kishi. The RAZER Kishi is a controller that can be attached to your phone. This device with super low latency should give you the best experience in mobile games. It was so good that it won 2 prizes at CES . It won the rewards: -People's choice -Best gaming product You can check it out at the link down below. eu link: https://www.razer.com/eu-en/gaming-controllers/razer-kishi us link: https://www.razer.com/gaming-controllers/razer-kishi And of course RAZER showed up with another beauty, The RAZER Tomahawk. Its a performence booster in a small form factor(mini gaming desktop). The Tomahawk has beastly performence and is small and stylish. It is build with presition and that paid off. Its high end and is a perfect fit for gamers, streamers, content creators and casuals.
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