Azunis
Account Details
SteamID64 76561198012122476
SteamID3 [U:1:51856748]
SteamID32 STEAM_0:0:25928374
Country France
Signed Up October 29, 2016
Last Posted January 28, 2019 at 1:56 PM
Posts 6 (0 per day)
Game Settings
In-game Sensitivity 1.2
Windows Sensitivity 1
Raw Input 1
DPI
1600
Resolution
1080p
Refresh Rate
144hz
Hardware Peripherals
Mouse g502
Keyboard ducky zero shine zone
Mousepad qck mass
Headphones krk kns 8400
Monitor benq2411z
#3 l'En Avant de Guingamp crepes into Premiership in News

Bonsoir, c'est Guingamp avec un n dans le titre, merci de corriger.

Cordialement

ÉDIT: C'est parfait maintenant, merci encore.

posted 3 weeks ago
#2 tf2 acting silly in TF2 General Discussion

Check your netgraph for loss, the few times I had this it was my internet acting up

posted 5 months ago
#5 Reload bug? Shooting cancels/resets reload in TF2 General Discussion

I've noticed this before, can't test it right now but iirc if you tap mouse1 very quickly (probably a 1 tick window) it'll cancel the reload and not shoot anything

posted 9 months ago
#4101 stream highlights in Videos
aveexhttps://clips.twitch.tv/RelievedResourcefulPizzaWOOP

It was just a regular headshot that did 150 damage on my end, didn't even notice him getting hit by the xbow. Just other frame perfect arrow from menty i guess, what a god.

posted about a year ago
#3380 stream highlights in Videos
Condawghttps://clips.twitch.tv/ReliableDaintyKuduKappaRoss
https://clips.twitch.tv/FaithfulFuriousPuddingDoritosChip

You people simply cannot understand the masterful art of french espionnage.

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posted about a year ago
#1 Incorrect cable message with usb to dvi adaptater in Hardware

Hello,

I recently bought a USB3.1 to DVI adaptater so i could use my laptop with my benq 2411z at 144hz (it only has HDMI as a video output).

Everything is working fine and I'm getting 144fps, but my monitor still displays a warning message saying "Incorrect cable. Please use the DVI dual-link cable that came with your monitor". I tested it with two different cables and it still displays the message despite everything working fine when they're hooked up to my desktop pc. I can live with it, but it's pretty distracting.

I tried taking a look in the benq's service menu but there doesn't seem to be anything useful. I also updated both my integrated graphics and nvidia drivers, but no dice.

Does any of you know of a way to fix my problem or how to disable this warning message?

posted about 2 years ago