Yo Yo whats up start citizen's have a question hope I can snag an answer.
I've wanted to run this game for quite awhile now just recently got slightly new Gaming notebook.
Intel i5-8300H 2.3Ghz
Nvidia Geforce 1050
My question is, is there anyone running this game with a set up pretty close to that that can give a straight shot answer I'd appreciate it.
After a long time of research and configuring what I believe to be the best set up for Star Citizen and general gaming and purpose, it's almost ready to start the process.
I was always intrigued by the idea of a simpit but never liked the ergonomics until I came across this post and the set up going on:
I believe this is the set up I'm going after. Just wanted to know if there was anything I should add to this list besides the Volair Simpit, large center display and two alternate displays:
VKB Space Sim Joysticks
Corsair Dark Core RGB SE w/ Amazon Qi Charger
Is there anything else I should be looking at? Eventually there will be a VR headset and I will most likely be picking up the FOIP camera for SC.
I come back to you following my thread that I did six month ago, and I have a lot of news!
To sump up quickly, I’m in the company that has created the Lexip mouse, a mouse with two integrated joysticks for 3D profesionals. After my last thread, I talked with my team and the project of created a gaming mouse started.
We have improved our first mouse thanks to our beta testing team who allowed us to create the perfect gaming mouse: 200 to 8200 DPI, braided cables, programmable buttons…
Today, in order to bring this project to a successful conclusion, we launch our Kickstarter campaign! I wanted to share this information with you in preview because it’s thanks to you, members of this forum that this project is born.
I can answer all of your questions, this mouse is my baby! ;)
Thank you for everything!
By Devil Khan
WD PR4100, TS-453A-4G or DS918+
The first two are very similar price give or take 50. The newer one of the QNAP, The TS-453B-4G, however, the pricing is gone way up to €702.67 from its old(er) version €491.82 TS-453A-4G.
The TS-453A is the very similar with the PR4100 in price, but it does have HDMI, which the WD doesn't have. However it is software side that the QNAP is the king QNAP are supposed to be the leader in apps with synology coming second. I'm leaning towards the second one TS-453A-4G at the moment.
Basically I want to use it as another backup of my OS, torrent and watch vids really. However, I lack the experience of running/setting up all three.
any advice would be much appreciated.