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    #pcmasterrace
    My Setup! (Slowly But Surely), Apr 26, 2016
  1. VikasG

    Wow, you're setup looks incredible! I am really jealous of core compatibility haha. I hate myself LOL.

    Thanks @Razer|Technokat! Glad to see you like it!

    Absolutely! All hail Razer!

    Thanks for taking the time to look at it!

    You're making me jealous! Haha. Hope you have fun with the R9 Nano and tear through those games! Also, welcome to #PCMasterRace!
  2. March 2016 - What's In Your Bag?, Mar 14, 2016
  3. sarz_mars95

    I got THE RAZER BLADE in my backpack and the NAGA mouse for all day Witcher 3 Action #PCMasterRace.

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  4. PlayStation 4 or Xbox One?, Mar 3, 2016
  5. Stone Star

    PS4 is the better console IMO.
    Graphics are better for starters.
    Second, you get uncharted, and thats my groove.

    You also you don't have to pay to be online.


    I don't own a Ps4 #PCMASTERRACE but I do wan't one believe it or not.
  6. What brought you into the online gaming world?, Feb 10, 2016
  7. mike89conde

    runescape... and from console to pc gaming through gamecube's phantasy star online episodes 1&2. afterwards... #pcmasterrace
  8. [Giveaway Over] Boost a Friend with Razer & NZXT, Dec 17, 2015
  9. Linksys

    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/bgLN8d
    Case: H440

    I would love to surprise my girlfriend (Andrea Duran [TX, US]) with a decked out setup so we can play games together. She's currently suffering with abysmal frame rates in almost every game on her two-year-old 200$ laptop (integrated graphics are painful). She recently lost her job due to an illness and her car nearly got totaled last month, so I know she would absolutely love to get the boost to bring a bit more happiness to her life. Also, #PCMasterRace.
  10. What was the first game you were addicted too, Nov 19, 2015
  11. Martinbreum

    Blizzard games and GTA Vice city for PC :) #pcmasterrace
  12. Posting Basics (font formatting, embedding images, etc), Feb 9, 2015
  13. Haltus Kain




    I've seen a few folks now express that they are new to forums in general, and don't know how to do things like make a text-link or post images etc, so here's a quick guide on some posting basics.

    Most of what you need to know is within the posting toolbar, but there are two functions that are kind of hidden, so I'll start with those:

    Tagging People
    To do this, just type @ and begin typing the name of the person you want to tag. The website will automatically run a search for names that start with the letters you've typed so far, and list them in a little drop-menu next to where you're typing. For example, if you want to tag me, you could type "@Haltus" (without the quotes) and that should be plenty for the forums to narrow things down to just my name because, as of now, I'm the only member who's name startes with "haltus". You should see my name and avatar pop up. Click it, and the rest will be autofilled for you: @Haltus Kain. If someone else make a profile starting with "haltus" then both of our names will pop up; just click the one you want. Doing this will make a link to my insider profile, and will give me a notification letting me know that I've been tagged; so it's a great way to get someone's attention if you're posting something you think they'll be interested in, especially if they haven't made any posts in that discussion yet, which may mean that they aren't following that thread, and wouldn't otherwise be aware of the content you're posting without being alerted to it by the tag.

    Tagging is also a good way to get an admin's attention if you think their action or insight is necessary in the discussion at hand. Keep in mind that this will be publicly visible, and many matters that require an admin's attention are best done in private, so use discretion when tagging an admin.

    Hashtags
    Basically just stick a pound-sign / number symbol / # infront of a word to turn it into a hashtag. Hashtags serve several functions: primarily it's just a quick way to identify categories a post pertains to. For example, to better identify this thread as a guide to new members, hashtags such as #New #Guide #Info etc could be used; people who then run a search for those terms will find this thread in the results.

    Hashtags can also be used as a means of identifying with a group or side of anything... for example, in a discussion about PC vs consoles, you'll probably see the hashtag #PcMasterRace pop up a few times. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

    On a similar note, it can be used to address those groups. For example "Hey, #PcMasterRace folks, I have a question for you..." Doing this won't give anyone a notification like by tagging their individual names, but it can still make it more clear what you're trying to say.

    Finally, they are often used an an expression of mood ("Just ordered a 2012 edition Razer Naga Epic! #SuperExcited #BestMouseEver") or even sarcasm ("I love my 1996 Chevy Geoprizm! #RustyPieceOfCrap")

    The Toolbar
    Alright, this stuff actually has an interface for it, so you don't have to use any fancy characters to initiate it, like tags and hashtags. Here's a breakdown of each function:

    [​IMG]

    1, 2, 3) Bold, Italicize, and Underline - highlight the text you want to modify and click the corresponding button. You can also use Ctrl+B Ctrl+I or Ctrl+U instead of the buttons if you want. You can apply more than one style to the same text: Bold-Italicize or Italicize-Underline or All-three.

    4) Font Color - highlight the text you want to recolor, click the button to trigger a drop menu, and select the color you want. Faaaaaaaaancy!

    5) Font Size - Same process as color, but instead you'll select a size.

    6) Font Type - Highlight text; click button; select font. I recommend not using this one much, since the default font type is the easiest to read.

    7) Link - this is how you turn words into a link, as opposed to just a naked URL. Highlight the text you want to turn into a link; click the button; then paste the link and select 'insert'. Link text should appear green. For example:

    Kajira's 'New to Insider' thread

    ...looks a lot better than:

    Kajira's 'New to Insider' thread: https://insider.razerzone.com/index.php?threads/new-to-insider-start-here.1213/

    8) Unlink - if you decide you don't want the text to have a link after already putting one in, you can highlight it and click the button to revert it to plain text.

    9) Alignment - Highlight the text and click the corresponding button to...

    Align Left (Default)
    Align Center​
    Align Right​

    10, 11) Bullets and Numbers. Highlight text and select the button to start an indented list separated by bullets or numbers.
    • Bullet
    • Bullet
    • Bullet
    1. Number
    2. Number
    3. Number
    Press 'Enter' once to start the next entry on the list; press 'Enter' twice to end the list and go back to regular text.

    Press 'Shift+Enter' to go down a line without breaking the list, for example:

    1. Number
    2. Number
      (Shift+Enter) Something about this number.
    3. Number

    4. Also used to add spaces between list points

    5. To do this, press 'Shift+Enter' and then 'Enter'

    6. As
    7. opposed
    8. to
    9. this.

    12, 13) Outdent / Indent - used to align text similarly to the lists above, but without using a bullet or number. Good for breaking up a block of text, for example:

    Long unnecessary tangent that I felt I needed to include in a post, but can be skipped without missing any important info: blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah...​

    Use the Outdent button to return to normally aligned text.
  14. Posting Basics (font formatting, embedding images, etc), Feb 9, 2015
  15. Haltus Kain




    I've seen a few folks now express that they are new to forums in general, and don't know how to do things like make a text-link or post images etc, so here's a quick guide on some posting basics.

    Most of what you need to know is within the posting toolbar, but there are two functions that are kind of hidden, so I'll start with those:

    Tagging People
    To do this, just type @ and begin typing the name of the person you want to tag. The website will automatically run a search for names that start with the letters you've typed so far, and list them in a little drop-menu next to where you're typing. For example, if you want to tag me, you could type "@Haltus" (without the quotes) and that should be plenty for the forums to narrow things down to just my name because, as of now, I'm the only member who's name startes with "haltus". You should see my name and avatar pop up. Click it, and the rest will be autofilled for you: @Haltus Kain. If someone else make a profile starting with "haltus" then both of our names will pop up; just click the one you want. Doing this will make a link to my insider profile, and will give me a notification letting me know that I've been tagged; so it's a great way to get someone's attention if you're posting something you think they'll be interested in, especially if they haven't made any posts in that discussion yet, which may mean that they aren't following that thread, and wouldn't otherwise be aware of the content you're posting without being alerted to it by the tag.

    Tagging is also a good way to get an admin's attention if you think their action or insight is necessary in the discussion at hand. Keep in mind that this will be publicly visible, and many matters that require an admin's attention are best done in private, so use discretion when tagging an admin.

    Hashtags
    Basically just stick a pound-sign / number symbol / # infront of a word to turn it into a hashtag. Hashtags serve several functions: primarily it's just a quick way to identify categories a post pertains to. For example, to better identify this thread as a guide to new members, hashtags such as #New #Guide #Info etc could be used; people who then run a search for those terms will find this thread in the results.

    Hashtags can also be used as a means of identifying with a group or side of anything... for example, in a discussion about PC vs consoles, you'll probably see the hashtag #PcMasterRace pop up a few times. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

    On a similar note, it can be used to address those groups. For example "Hey, #PcMasterRace folks, I have a question for you..." Doing this won't give anyone a notification like by tagging their individual names, but it can still make it more clear what you're trying to say.

    Finally, they are often used an an expression of mood ("Just ordered a 2012 edition Razer Naga Epic! #SuperExcited #BestMouseEver") or even sarcasm ("I love my 1996 Chevy Geoprizm! #RustyPieceOfCrap")

    The Toolbar
    Alright, this stuff actually has an interface for it, so you don't have to use any fancy characters to initiate it, like tags and hashtags. Here's a breakdown of each function:

    [​IMG]

    1, 2, 3) Bold, Italicize, and Underline - highlight the text you want to modify and click the corresponding button. You can also use Ctrl+B Ctrl+I or Ctrl+U instead of the buttons if you want. You can apply more than one style to the same text: Bold-Italicize or Italicize-Underline or All-three.

    4) Font Color - highlight the text you want to recolor, click the button to trigger a drop menu, and select the color you want. Faaaaaaaaancy!

    5) Font Size - Same process as color, but instead you'll select a size.

    6) Font Type - Highlight text; click button; select font. I recommend not using this one much, since the default font type is the easiest to read.

    7) Link - this is how you turn words into a link, as opposed to just a naked URL. Highlight the text you want to turn into a link; click the button; then paste the link and select 'insert'. Link text should appear green. For example:

    Kajira's 'New to Insider' thread

    ...looks a lot better than:

    Kajira's 'New to Insider' thread: https://insider.razerzone.com/index.php?threads/new-to-insider-start-here.1213/

    8) Unlink - if you decide you don't want the text to have a link after already putting one in, you can highlight it and click the button to revert it to plain text.

    9) Alignment - Highlight the text and click the corresponding button to...

    Align Left (Default)
    Align Center​
    Align Right​

    10, 11) Bullets and Numbers. Highlight text and select the button to start an indented list separated by bullets or numbers.
    • Bullet
    • Bullet
    • Bullet
    1. Number
    2. Number
    3. Number
    Press 'Enter' once to start the next entry on the list; press 'Enter' twice to end the list and go back to regular text.

    Press 'Shift+Enter' to go down a line without breaking the list, for example:

    1. Number
    2. Number
      (Shift+Enter) Something about this number.
    3. Number

    4. Also used to add spaces between list points

    5. To do this, press 'Shift+Enter' and then 'Enter'

    6. As
    7. opposed
    8. to
    9. this.

    12, 13) Outdent / Indent - used to align text similarly to the lists above, but without using a bullet or number. Good for breaking up a block of text, for example:

    Long unnecessary tangent that I felt I needed to include in a post, but can be skipped without missing any important info: blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah...​

    Use the Outdent button to return to normally aligned text.
  16. PC .Vs. Console, Jan 26, 2015
  17. Malevolence23

    PC will always be superior. Any game designed for console will almost always run better on PC and PC still has the ability to plug in a controller for that console feel. Plus PC still has the benefit of being for more then just gaming. Even the most recent attempts by Microsoft to make their consoles more then just a gaming machine still pale in comparison to be PC. #PCMasterRace