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The quality of your pictures is absolutely stunning!☀️ I'd really love to know what pc/computer you're using since I'm looking for a new one myself.
So, my pc has no brand, it is customized and I bought it about 2 years ago. I consider it very good, it never gave a problem and everything runs perfectly well, unfortunately computers are super expensive in my country, so depending on where you live, you can buy a better and cheaper.
My PC specs:
AMD FX ™ -6300 six-core Processor 3.50 GHz 8 GB Ram 1 TB HD AMD Radeon R7 200 series video card
Doom PC Requirements, File Size, Pre-Load Details, Launch Timing Revealed
Doom is already available to pre-load on Xbox One. PC and PS4 users will be able to pre-load the shooter starting at 12 AM EST on May 11. In terms of file size, console players will need at least 50 GB of free space, while PC users need 45 GB of space.
Doom PC System Requirements
OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 (64-bit versions).
CPU: Intel Core i5-2400/AMD FX-8320 or better.
GPU: 8 GB RAM; 55 GB free HDD space; Nvidia GTX 670 2GB/AMD Radeon HD 7870 2GB or better.
Contains a single disc. Download of additional files from Steam (total amount 45 GB) is required to run the game.
Requires Steam activation and broadband internet connection for multiplayer and SnapMap.
If your keyboard volume buttons won't lower volume in Kubuntu..:
Hello, just a tip.
I have an HP laptop, and it has volume buttons on the keyboard (it shares the f9 and f10 and f11 keys which you can use by holding FN).
So, when I lowered the volume, I noticed nothing happened. I went to the volume mixer at the taskbar (I’ll call it a taskbar, shut up) and noticed there’s two stereo volumes you can change. The keyboard changes the volume for RS880 Audio Device [Radeon HD 4200] Digital Stereo (HDMI). There’s also Internal Audio Analog Stereo. When I lower the volume of the Internal Audio Analog Stereo volume, it lowers!
I think on Gnome this is switched around but whatever.
So how do you make you keyboard change the volume for Internal Audio Analog Stereo?
Right click the Volume icon at the system tray. Click “Select Master Channel” and then select the one that works, for me it aws Internal Audio Analog Stereo.
There you go. I don’t know if in Gnome, if it will have an issue and I’ll have to move it back to RS880 Audio Device whatever blah blah blah.. but we’ll see when it comes to that.
PS: Get your friends to use Tumblr. I search “Ubuntu” and I see posts from days ago. There’s not much variety here.
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Today I wanna know from you what do you have in your gaming computer? Or, if you’re not a PC gamer, what consoles do you have? I’m curious!
Myself, I, have 2 gaming computers, an Xbox360, PS 1, PS 2, and PS 3. (don’t have the newer consoles yet!) But my very first computer is a huge part of me I was so proud of it! My first PC had a sabertooth z77 motherboard, AMD Radeon HD 7970 graphics card, i7 3770k processor, coorsair H80i water cooler, 1TB hd, 256SSD, LG disc drive(can’t remember the specific name!) but that’s my first baby!
Now the thing with computers that gets me is that everything is becoming thinner and yet completely powerful! It’s just mind blowing, Now a bunch of my friends are constantly updating their computers and some of them have a pretty sweet setup, I, myself, have just two monitors! but that’s nothing, one of my friends has 3 and a TV! But back to the technical side of things, in my new tower I decided not to go so fast with the card and just go with an OC msi gtx 760, which still gets the job done! I’m just enthralled with everything new coming out, looking at an 80’s computer, to the computers now, it’s just incredible and now I’m just stating the obvious. I always like to go on newegg and check out all the different parts or towers and things like that coming out! I saw this tower online and I’m so curious about it! this might be something I write about next. (second picture)
Now for a little bit more about me!
I haven’t always been a fan of computer gaming, although my very first computer game was Myst on windows 95.. but it all really started about 7 years ago in 2008 in my junior year of high school, some of my friends were talking about computer gaming, I was curious because I had always thought how crazy hard it would be! But boy was I wrong, hah. I want to know about your set ups, your first computer your first game! Tell me everything down to your mouse, headset and keyboard!
Corny joke of the day: How many tickles does it take to tickle an octopus? Ten-tickles!