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TheNaitsyrk

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About TheNaitsyrk

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    Hardware Enthusiast, Computer Games Development Uni Graduate

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  • CPU
    R7 1800X 4.0Ghz 1.395V
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Crosshair VI HERO
  • RAM
    32GB DDR4 16GB x 2 Corsair RED LED
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1080 TI SC2 Hybrid 2063 / 12380
  • Case
    Phanteks Enthoo Pro M Acrylic
  • Storage
    Samsung EVO 850 500GB, Kingston V300 120GB 2x, Seagate Barracuda 2TB 2x.
  • PSU
    RM1000 Corsair PSU Gold 80+ (1000W)
  • Display(s)
    4K AOC U2868PQU + 1080P AOC E2770S
  • Cooling
    Corsair H115i + Thermaltake 4x Green Riing Fan Sandwich
  • Keyboard
    Corsair Vengeance K70 LUX Keyboard Blue Cherry MX
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum
  • Sound
    Creative 2.1 Sound System, Creative 5.1 Sound System, Corsair Vengeance 1500 Headset
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64bit

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  1. I only bought black case for it, but I'm still gonna use it only until the Dbrand skin comes.
  2. Ultra OCD yeah. Yea I was thinking that. I'll most likely have a skin on it until I sell it.
  3. Hiho, I've had my new Razer Phone in the pocket of my bag wrapped in a shirt when I walked to work. I wouldn't otherwise take it but I needed to activate my SIM as I had to switch from micro to nano. After I left, I noticed few tiniest scratches at the bottom and I tried to remove them with toothpaste. It worked for couple of things like shiny aluminium, but it didn't work on the Razer Phone. I have two shiny spots at the back of my phone. My question is... Is there a way to get it back to it's original matte look? I was even considering selling it to get new one. It just scratches so easily and I don't have a case for it yet. I did buy a case for it, tempered glass protector, and Dbrand skin, but I guess the skin will be here within the next to weeks as they're located at Canada and I am in the UK. So yea... Is there a way to remove the shiny spots / scratches from the back at all or there's nothing I can do and I have to live with it? It's brand new and it pisses me off already. I know Dbrand skin will cover it permanently but I still know that those marks are there and I'm annoyed. Just looking for a solution. Thanks. Love the phone by the way, it's just those scratches and shiny spots. Not really visible at all, but I know about them haha.
  4. Razer Phone Review

    Update: New Razer phone gets scratched on the back and you try to polish the scratches with a toothpaste to get them to disappear and you make it worse by making the surface shiny. I have two shiny spots at the back of my new phone. Had to order Dbrand skin. At least it's cool looking permanent solution that will never have to come off. Yay. So heads up, the phone easily scratches on the back.
  5. Razer Phone Review

    I'll obviously update my review if any of it changes.
  6. Razer Phone Review

    It's just my take, you don't have to listen to any of it.
  7. Razer Phone Review

    Hiya, I finally received my Razer Phone and I must admit I'm pretty happy with what I received in mail yesterday. I've been using it for a day but I'm pretty ready to write a review. In advance I want to say that I upgraded from Note 4. This is my first and only Razer product that I own. Screen impressions: It's brighter than I thought. Same resolution of 1440P as my Note 4. Same size as well. I don't see much difference between the two even though Note 4 has AMOLED display. My Note 4 screen is basically 8/10 and Razer Phone screen is 10/10. The 120Hz display is like a godsend. I will never want to come back to any other phone with lower screen FPS. Everything is smooth and nice. You just want to scroll for days and you get to the point in which you don't mind scrolling at all! I did not notice any screen imperfections / colours on Razer Phone. So far so good. Build quality: Both are very sturdy but Note 4 is sturdier. Razer Phone is VERY SLIPPERY. I recommend to slap on a skin or a case (I just bought a case as well as tempered glass protection). Razer Phone doesn't look ultra flashy, but it's fine since case will be on it anyway 24/7. The blocky design of the phone is fine with me to be fair, even though for the past 3 years I was using Note 4 which was a little more rounded. 8/10 for build quality on Razer and 10/10 on Note 4. Camera: If you're not as picky as me... You'll not find any problems with the camera. I tried it indoors and I tried to compare it to my Note's 4 and the difference was negligible in my opinion. The only problem I have with the camera on Razer Phone is that it doesn't have OIS which is a bummer but not a deal breaker, it's a phone not a DSLR so obviously it shouldn't be as good. Camera rating I'd give Razer is 6/10 whereas Note 4 is 9/10. I'm not a photographer, I just occasionally take pictures of me with friends or random stuff. It's not like pictures will be published professionally somewhere so the camera is sufficient. The camera on Razer lacks few options, but then again... I don't think you'll be buying this phone for the camera. Battery Life: Blows Note 4 out of the water. Around 7 hours of screen on time and I am a power user, let me tell you. My Note 4 battery just plain sucks after 2 years. Phone turns off when it wants and battery is really bad about 1.5h screen on time. If you're listening to music via bluetooth then that's fine but otherwise it sucks. Razer's battery life is killer. No need to charge for the entire day! Razer gets 10/10 whereas Note gets 6/10. Speakers: Not much to say here... Speakers are incredibly amazing, and there's two of them facing you. If you like to watch stuff on your phone while lying in bed trying to fall asleep or just watching movies... Then this phone is for you. Note 4 has a single speaker which is on the back so it always sounds weird as sound goes the other direction. Note gets 5/10 because sound quality isn't that "terrible" but Razer gets hands down 10/10. Overall performance: Note 4 is obviously old so I can't really compare the performance but I will try. Note 4 feels laggier for sure. Everything loads a lot longer than on Note 4 and Razer Phone obviously opens and turns on really quickly. Satisfying fingerprint unlock is something I can definitely get used to. It being on the side as well on the Razer phone makes it so much better. That 8GB of RAM comes in handy and 835 Snapdragon, whereas Note 4's 3GB of RAM and older Exynos CPU and GPU are not really up to par any more. Obviously new iPhones get best performance nowadays but Snapdragon 835 offers more than sufficient performance nowadays, especially with that extra 8GB of RAM. I'd give Razer 9/10 whereas Note 4 will get 6/10. In conclusion, I think the Razer Phone is good first attempt at creating a phone / gaming device at the same time and I'm looking forward to see their better creations. Their first attempt was really good and the price is awesome! I only paid £550 whereas S8 and others cost about £150 more on average. Razer phone offers unique features that aren't available on other phones and you don't have to pay premium to get them. I absolutely love the phone and if you're an audio enthusiast and movie lover / YouTube addict as well as if you occassionally game on the phone to kill time or you're slightly more dedicated and play games like Mobile Tekken and others then this phone is ABSOLUTELY for you. The vibrator inside of the Razer Phone feels gimmicky but it's definitely not a deal breaker and it's only annoying when someone's calling you. It's not too powerful but it doesn't have to be. If you have any other questions let me know, I'll try to answer or even provide pics! EDIT: There's a small problem with the body of the Razer Phone. I had it in my bag wrapped in a soft shirt today and after a while I found some microscopic scratches at the back of the phone. Tried to rub them off with some water but it's not coming off. They're really microscopic but it bothers me slightly. Otherwise it's fine. Overall average rating for Razer Phone: 8.8 Overall average rating for my old Note 4: 7.3
  8. 1080 TI SC2 Hybrid review

    I wasn't using a stock fan. I was using old SP120 Red LED fan on my radiator because I could control the speed of the fan. I now have Noctua 3000 Industrial installed and my temps are 41-43C under full load. My card did not hit 2.1Ghz (2100Mhz) my one did 2076Mhz. Stock fan is alright, but it spins to high RPM when it needs to and is loud, hence why I replaced mine with a better one.
  9. Thoughts on the new Razer Phone?

    Exactly, it's pretty unique and dope since it's the only phone having those features that others do not.
  10. Thoughts on the new Razer Phone?

    Green Razer logo one exist, it's the special edition one. I wouldn't skip it because it's 1st, makes no sense. I did not encounter any display lagging when switching from 60 to 90 to 120hz.
  11. Thoughts on the new Razer Phone?

    I was playing with it for 20 min in Three store, and you have to get hands on to see how good it is.
  12. Thoughts on the new Razer Phone?

    I don't mind having no headphone jack. Haven't used my Note 4 one in ages, and the Razer Phone ticks all the boxes off for me. I often watch movies on the phone so premium speakers are really nice, and the display is even better. Also, I had issues with my battery not lasting so 4000 Mah battery is going to be awesome.
  13. Thoughts on the new Razer Phone?

    I use my wireless headphones instead of normal audio jack earphones. Battery lasts around 15 hours, so I know when to recharge. Never had an issue with battery running out on them.
  14. Thoughts on the new Razer Phone?

    I bought myself wireless headphones a while back, knowing this would happen.
  15. Thoughts on the new Razer Phone?

    Yeah, my local Three is selling it for £595 which is insane. It's pretty cheap for what it is.
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