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About MrFriendism

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  • CPU
    Intel i7 4790K
  • Motherboard
    Asus Maximus VII Hero
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengence 16 GB (8x2)
  • GPU
    Asus Strix GTX 970
  • Case
    Corsair 760T
  • Storage
    4 x Samsung 850 Evo 250 GB & 2 x WD Blue 1 TB
  • PSU
    Corsair RM650
  • Display(s)
    Samsung LED 32'' TV
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i Hydro Series
  • Keyboard
    HyperX Alloy FPS - Cherry Mx Brown
  • Mouse
    Logitech G300
  • Sound
    Creative 2.1 Multimedia Speaker System
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1 Pro

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  • Location
    New Delhi, India
  • Interests
    PUBG, Rainbow Six Siege, Division, Rust.

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  1. @Streetguru is very helpful, always comes up with honest helps and always replies back. ;)



  2. Best Mechanical Keyboard ($100-200)?

    Okay, That's awesome. I have never used Cherry Mx Blues or similar ones in my life. I have been using the cheaper Keyboard (Those Logitech's Basic PS/2 Keyboard or Dell's Cheap PS/2) Do you think Cherry Mx Brown would be good for me? If I work (type) + Game? Cherry Mx Blue are little noisy too.
  3. Best Mechanical Keyboard ($100-200)?

    Why do you want to use Blue over Brown/Red? Also, What's your major usage and do you game?
  4. Best Mechanical Keyboard ($100-200)?

    That seems to be a very detailed information and clears a lot my thoughts. Yeah Cherry Mx is not an issue and infact, I am going to go with Cherry Mx Brown for any brand/model now. Cherry Mx Red feels very easy to make mistakes while typing. So yeah Cherry Mx BROWN is the only choice in Switches I have. I can avail the Cherry Mx Brown for HyperX Alloy keyboard. (Same Model). Which keyboard do you use yourself currently? Thanks.
  5. Best Mechanical Keyboard ($100-200)?

    How bad is it to use Red for the work? Just for knowledge asking because I don't have experience with mechanical keyboards.
  6. Best Mechanical Keyboard ($100-200)?

    Yeah, Logitech is also dedicatedly present in India and they have cheaper Keyboards which are really affordable. I checked some videos personally and I found that Roamer G Switches aren't that good as compared to Cherry Mx. Cherry Mx is still the leader. Which keyboard do you use right now? (Specific Model Please)?
  7. Best Mechanical Keyboard ($100-200)?

    Corsair is not dedicate present in India in terms of Keyboards. So all the keyboards are very expensive and they have huge premium on them too. Cooler Master, Razer, HyperX still have some viable/affordable costing in India. Cooler Master is good but I don't know but Cooler Master's Software and the keyboard's Firmware is little off.
  8. Best Mechanical Keyboard ($100-200)?

    Yeah, That's a good one but that's out of my budget.
  9. Best Mechanical Keyboard ($100-200)?

    Thanks for the honest and detailed reply but then I am not very used to these switches and I seriously can't test much if which one is best for me. So if you could suggest which brand would be best to keep? Like after-sale service, replacement (warranty), What does the gaming community prefer in terms of brand? And if you have any other recommendation apart from the mentioned keyboard, please let me know. Thanks.
  10. Best Mechanical Keyboard ($100-200)?

    Hello, I would like to know which of these keyboard is best for performance and the life-term (life before dying)? 1. HyperX Alloy FPS is Cherry Mx Red Switch with RED LED only ( https://hyperxgaming.com/us/keyboards/alloy-fps-mechanical-gaming-keyboard?partnum=HX-KB1RD1-NA/A3 ) 2. Cooler Master Masterkeys Pro L is Cherry Mx Brown Switch with RGB Lights. ( http://coolermaster.com/peripheral/keyboards/masterkeys-pro-l/ ) 3. Others? Please mention the name and Why? (Budget $100-200) Price: Both has a difference of 10-20$ in my currency. (Almost price same for me) Usage: Typing (Blogging and Coding) and Gaming (FPS Games like Rainbow Six Siege, PUBG, Wildlands, CSGO, COD, Battlefield) Please vote in the above poll and write your thoughts in the post/comment/reply below. Thanks
  11. [$1,200] Building New Gaming Rig for Friend

    Friend of mine can't run AC regularly trust me. It is costly electricity here.
  12. [$1,200] Building New Gaming Rig for Friend

    40-50 C is the city temperature. I believe with lesser ventilation, it might be a problem with Stock Cooler. So I believe cooler is needed.
  13. [$1,200] Building New Gaming Rig for Friend

    Thanks. What about the CPU Cooler?
  14. [$1,200] Building New Gaming Rig for Friend

    Hi, I am tagging you if you could advice me the best this time also? Please consider my brand preferences for sure. Brand Preferences: Intel (CPU), Nvidia (GPU) @Streetguru @lee32uk @SkywardKkalox @CharlieR1 I thank you all for always helping me before and I believe you will do now too.
  15. Hello, I am planning to make a Gaming PC for my friend. I am laying out the details below so that you can recommend the best. Budget: $1,200 ( INR 90,000 ) Location: Delhi - NCR (Gurgaon) Usage: Gaming (PUBG, Ubisoft Games, Rockstar Games etc) and Regular Work (Chrome, Microsoft Office, YouTube, Videos, Movies etc). Desired FPS: 60 FPS (Recommend Monitor, CPU, RAM, GPU and everything else accordingly) Shop: Delhi Local Shop Temperature: 45-50 C in summers. Brand Preferences: Intel (CPU), Nvidia (GPU) Things I want: CPU, GPU, Motherboard, Monitor, Storage, RAM, PSU, Cabinet, Cooler. Price References: I have attached a .pdf file for the price references as this is the price list from the Local Delhi Shop from where I am going to buy (Price List). Secondly, You can use https://theitdepot.com/ and https://amazon.in/ also if something is missing from the PDF. Please recommend me the best possible setup within my budget. Thanks. pricelist_10.pdf