Super Ultra-Wide Monitor - Dank or Dumb?

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Comments • 7 415

  • Malta By Drone
    Malta By Drone 2 days ago

    Do you know how many times I have rewatched this video?

  • Miguel Dias
    Miguel Dias 2 days ago

    if you sim race this could be mighty useful.

  • J D
    J D 3 days ago

    For a sim gamer a screen this big is perfect, i have ordred the Asus version and u cant wait to fire my simulator up on this, also Linux you annoy me as a average gamer/sim player its like if it aint 4k or nasa spec its not good enough which is a very bad approach, just letting you know.

  • statikreg
    statikreg 3 days ago

    I hope this catches on b/c I'd like to have one for my next monitor upgrade. But that's a ways down. I'm quite happy w/ my setup for now (34" 21:9 curved+2x 1080p screens, one of which is dedicated to REAPER and setup to work almost like a separate workstation w/ a suite of midi controllers)..Gentoo ftw.

  • Dave G
    Dave G 4 days ago

    Get the Dell U49 instead. It is 5120x1440 instead of lower 1080 resolution like this Samsung. Dell UltraSharp also beats everyone else for image quality. I only buy Dell monitors now in my media company.

  • ItsYeh BoiZ
    ItsYeh BoiZ 4 days ago

    it’s dumb
    a typical 32” or 27” monitor is fine

  • Kelna91
    Kelna91 5 days ago

    *Now take three or more and combine them in pivot mode side by side.*

  • sahir amine
    sahir amine 6 days ago

    You say allah akbar

  • eatthisvr6
    eatthisvr6 8 days ago

    nevermind the quality, check out the girth!!

  • ashley booth
    ashley booth 11 days ago

    i sware, every time he has a sponsor he just stretches it even further with the "puns"

  • Mariocdi
    Mariocdi 11 days ago

    A audio output on the IO is a necessity for me

  • Jmoonshine42
    Jmoonshine42 11 days ago

    so is there anything better out yet? im in the market but dont want to buy somthing if a better modle is coming out soon.

  • JayDBlaze
    JayDBlaze 12 days ago +2

    This is worth it, you can open multiple apps at once and resize them

  • Generic12
    Generic12 12 days ago

    I have 79 games in my Steam library, and I swear the only games that support HDR are Bethesda games.

  • Lou
    Lou 12 days ago

    Resolution though. Meh.

  • Mr Burns
    Mr Burns 13 days ago

    I laugh at this video because I still use a 19 inch 5 x 4 ratio “square” monitor lol.

  • Edward Ravenbear
    Edward Ravenbear 15 days ago

    Having one, I would not trade it for any 34'. And the flaws most of them you really have to hunt for.

  • David Aleshire
    David Aleshire 17 days ago

    Dude super helpful and well explained. Ive been debating this with myself for months

    • David Aleshire
      David Aleshire 17 days ago

      as a follow up, ive been going crazy trying to find an ultrawide with Gsync since i dont want AMD graphics cards atm. Is freesync/gsync even worth bothering with if you have a good enough card to support ultrawide at high resolution?

  • Kirby7601
    Kirby7601 17 days ago

    dennis 😍😍😍

  • BizzyX78
    BizzyX78 17 days ago

    - I get why the industry chose to base their screen-scaling on the vertical-resolution rather than the horizontal-resolution.
    Since not all people have the space required for a "Super-Mega-Ultra-Wide-Screen".
    So if they base it on, let's say, "1080" which is equal to the "X:9" in the "Full-HD"-resolution of "1920*1080", or "16:9" as it is...
    Since the industry seem to love this "Aspect Ratio" as a ground-rule, or rule of norm if you will.
    Scale wise that would mean you scale the screen by expanding it's horizontal-resolution/size/field of view while retaining it's vertical-resolution/size/field of view.
    And by that logic you get something like this...
    "1:1"-"Aspect Ratio" = (((1080)*(1080))*1) = "1080*1080"
    (Assuming the screen has squared pixels and a "DPI/PPI"-value of 96 which seem to be pretty standard still (NB!...: Just to note that in the examples it's the horizontal and vertical values that equals a "DPI/PPI"-value of 96, not the diagonal which is roughly a "DPI/PPI"-value of 136. A diagonal "DPI/PPI"-value of 96 would increase the size of the screen.), you get a physical screen-size of "285750micrometers*285750micrometers" or "11 and (1/4)inches*11 and (1/4)inches", alternatively " (15/16)Feet*(15/16)Feet".)
    "2:1"-"Aspect Ratio" = (((1080)*(1080))*2) = "2160*1080"
    (Assuming the screen has squared pixels and a "DPI/PPI"-value of 96 which seem to be pretty standard still (NB!...: Just to note that in the examples it's the horizontal and vertical values that equals a "DPI/PPI"-value of 96, not the diagonal which is roughly a "DPI/PPI"-value of 136. A diagonal "DPI/PPI"-value of 96 would increase the size of the screen.), you get a physical screen-size of "571500micrometers*285750micrometers" or "22 and (2/4)inches*11 and (1/4)inches", alternatively "1 and (14/16)Feet*(15/16)Feet".)
    "3:1"-"Aspect Ratio" = (((1080)*(1080))*3) = "3240*1080"
    (Assuming the screen has squared pixels and a "DPI/PPI"-value of 96 which seem to be pretty standard still (NB!...: Just to note that in the examples it's the horizontal and vertical values that equals a "DPI/PPI"-value of 96, not the diagonal which is roughly a "DPI/PPI"-value of 136. A diagonal "DPI/PPI"-value of 96 would increase the size of the screen.), you get a physical screen-size of "857250micrometers*285750micrometers" or "33 and (3/4)inches*11 and (1/4)inches", alternatively "2 and (13/16)Feet*(15/16)Feet".)
    "4:1"-"Aspect Ratio" = (((1080)*(1080))*4) = "4320*1080"
    (Assuming the screen has squared pixels and a "DPI/PPI"-value of 96 which seem to be pretty standard still (NB!...: Just to note that in the examples it's the horizontal and vertical values that equals a "DPI/PPI"-value of 96, not the diagonal which is roughly a "DPI/PPI"-value of 136. A diagonal "DPI/PPI"-value of 96 would increase the size of the screen.), you get a physical screen-size of "1143000micrometers*285750micrometers" or "45inches*11 and (1/4)inches", alternatively "3 and (12/16)Feet*(15/16)Feet".)
    But ironically that/this is something that seem to annoy (a lot of) users having to settle for such a relatively low vertical-resolution/size/field of view in this day and age.
    A screen with a wider horizontal-resolution/size/field of view is always nice, but not at the cost of, or lack of vertical-resolution/size/field of view.
    (NB!...: I know... Technically "Resolution" is considered either "High(er)" or "Low(er)", "Size" is considered either "Big(ger)" or "Small(er)". And "Field of View" is considered either "Wide(r)" or "Narrow(er)". Semantics... *Sigh* )
    Side note...
    Another thing is the fact that only two of the horizontal resolutions in this first example above is divisible by 16 and none of the vertical resolutions in that list are divisible by 16 either, not surprising since vertically they are all the same.
    -----
    Personally I would love it if the industry or at least some of the manufactures started producing a series of screens mainly based on the horizontal screen-resolution.
    Targeted at people that have the space for a "Super-Mega-Ultra-Wide-Screen", but also would like the option to choose a screen with a wider vertical-resolution/size/field of view without sacrificing the horizontal-resolution/size/field of view.
    Scale wise that would mean you scale the screen by expanding it's vertical-resolution/size/field of view while still retaining it's horizontal-resolution/size/field of view.
    And by that logic you get something like this...
    (NB!...: For those of us that grew up with the (namesake) "VGA"-Port, which in later years has been known to have a Max-resolution of "2048*15636", the following example is a multiplication of said resolution. And sort of a wet (screen-)dream for me personally.)
    "4:1"-"Aspect Ratio" = (((2048)*(1536))*3) = "6144*1536"
    (Assuming the screen has squared pixels and a "DPI/PPI"-value of 96 which seem to be pretty standard still (NB!...: Just to note that in the examples it's the horizontal and vertical values that equals a "DPI/PPI"-value of 96, not the diagonal which is roughly a "DPI/PPI"-value of 136. A diagonal "DPI/PPI"-value of 96 would increase the size of the screen.), you get a physical screen-size of "1625600micrometers*406400micrometers" or "64inches*16inches", alternatively "5 and (4/12)Feet*1 and (4/12)Feet".)
    "2:1"-"Aspect Ratio" = (((2048)*(1536))*6) = "6144*3072"
    (Assuming the screen has squared pixels and a "DPI/PPI"-value of 96 which seem to be pretty standard still (NB!...: Just to note that in the examples it's the horizontal and vertical values that equals a "DPI/PPI"-value of 96, not the diagonal which is roughly a "DPI/PPI"-value of 136. A diagonal "DPI/PPI"-value of 96 would increase the size of the screen.), you get a physical screen-size of "1625600micrometers*812800micrometers" or "64inches*32inches", alternatively "5 and (4/12)Feet*2 and (8/12)Feet".)
    "4:3"-"Aspect Ratio" = (((2048)*(1536))*9) = "6144*4608"
    (Assuming the screen has squared pixels and a "DPI/PPI"-value of 96 which seem to be pretty standard still (NB!...: Just to note that in the examples it's the horizontal and vertical values that equals a "DPI/PPI"-value of 96, not the diagonal which is roughly a "DPI/PPI"-value of 136. A diagonal "DPI/PPI"-value of 96 would increase the size of the screen.), you get a physical screen-size of "1625600micrometers*1219200micrometers" or "64inches*48inches", alternatively "5 and (4/12)Feet*4Feet".)
    "1:1"-"Aspect Ratio" = (((2048)*(1536))*12) = "6144*6144"
    (Assuming the screen has squared pixels and a "DPI/PPI"-value of 96 which seem to be pretty standard still (NB!...: Just to note that in the examples it's the horizontal and vertical values that equals a "DPI/PPI"-value of 96, not the diagonal which is roughly a "DPI/PPI"-value of 136. A diagonal "DPI/PPI"-value of 96 would increase the size of the screen.), you get a physical screen-size of "1625600micrometers*1625600micrometers" or "64inches*64inches", alternatively "5 and (4/12)Feet*5 and (4/12)Feet".)
    In a sort of ironic way it's still based on the vertical-resolution, but as it is...
    You can't have one without the other, and as stated in the text above, in this case the vertical-resolution/size/field of view expands without having to shrink the horizontal-resolution/size/field of view in order to do so.
    Side note...
    All the resolutions in this second example is both divisible by 16 horizontally and vertically, which is a big plus.
    Which I think would please (a lot of) users...
    Although, the resolutions in the second example is exponentially more taxing on the system compared to the resolutions in the first example, especially when you expand the vertical-resolution/size/field of view.
    A comparative example would be something like, "8192*2048" and "4096*4096" would be equally as taxing on the system since they both equal the same amount of pixels.

  • Elizabeth Elder
    Elizabeth Elder 17 days ago

    Love the view!

  • jinkazama496
    jinkazama496 18 days ago

    Cant wait to play mine sweeper on this thing! :D

  • Make_It_Look_Good G
    Make_It_Look_Good G 19 days ago

    That screen will best feet in Flight Simulator X cause u need a broad screen to see the entire airport...

  • IwasBoredintheUK
    IwasBoredintheUK 19 days ago

    My monitor is a mere 23" (26" less than 'yours') . However it is perfectly functional and does all I need with ease. Should I experience monitor envy I can do nothing about it without a serious cash transplant. The same is true of my 'below average' willy .

  • Thomas Hammel
    Thomas Hammel 19 days ago

    did they solve the sleep recovery problem? I would like to get this but won't unless there is good news on this issue.

  • CoolFat
    CoolFat 19 days ago

    Dynamic super resolution to 1440p 144 hz

  • Davit Sensei
    Davit Sensei 19 days ago

    I still use 4:3 monitor. Pray for me

  • jfunk1993
    jfunk1993 19 days ago

    This is useless for someone like me who has bad eyesight and has to sit close to the screen while also having bad peripheral vision

  • Pink Kitty
    Pink Kitty 20 days ago

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  • Goi Garg
    Goi Garg 21 day ago

    Taking of stupid today sponsor are

  • Jerome C
    Jerome C 21 day ago +3

    HEY, DON'T BE A FOOL !!!!!
    For the price of that screen, you can buy a massive OLED 4K TV with same width but 3 times more height ^^
    and now you can find 100Hz TV and more cheaper than before ...

    • Jerome C
      Jerome C 15 days ago

      +Taha Hassanthat's what i do 365 days a year... with my 43' 4k HDR LG and only for 399€ !! it's my Pc monitor and my Console TV and even my Netflix TV (using WebOS)

    • Taha Hassan
      Taha Hassan 16 days ago

      Can you sit in front of your massive TV at close range? These monitors are not only for gaming.

  • John Wick
    John Wick 21 day ago

    But it’s perfect for stretch res players at Fortnite lol

  • Brendan Garvey
    Brendan Garvey 22 days ago

    Thanks Linus, I’m looking at this and the Predator X34P. Good to know about the pixel density- I am used to 1440p now, and going down to 1080 was a concern.

  • Dawson Ho
    Dawson Ho 22 days ago

    Your voice is really annoying, its sound exactly when I was in the restroom . Sorry for saying that, but yes, it's not comfortable to watch entire of your review.

  • muttonshop1
    muttonshop1 23 days ago

    Speaking of stupid.....🤣don't say it like that for your sponsor

    • muttonshop1
      muttonshop1 22 days ago

      +Valor Bot yep I heard that...but still don't bring up Ur sponsor saying speaking of stupid...

    • Valor Bot
      Valor Bot 22 days ago

      "speaking of stupid, today's sponsor isn't"

  • vaudevillian vicarious

    I have been rocking triple monitor for years now. This is getting close.

    • ToxicityGaming
      ToxicityGaming 20 days ago

      Imagine Triple monitor with these 😂😂😂😂

  • WonDaGamer
    WonDaGamer 23 days ago

    First

  • Joey Redmon
    Joey Redmon 24 days ago

    DANK

  • Joey Redmon
    Joey Redmon 24 days ago

    Umm what? 10K? What's the point? More Hz yes but not more pixels. Our good friends at DARPA have figured out with the minute of arc of photons hitting the average # of persons rods and cones, the VAST majority of people cannot differentiate more than 8K pixels. That's why the Japanese stopped at 8K. Is my understanding. Any hoot. I have this monitor. I paid more than $1300 right out of the gate when it was brand spanking new. I saw absolutely no reason why everyone would not have one. Still almost two years later, I still don't see why everyone doesn't have one. The relief on your eyes is completely fantastic. The gaming functionality is NOT as good as CRT. That's because i'm an input lag freak. If you are 99% of people that play video games for the lulz? This monitor will blow your cerebral cortex. If you are looking for the ultra no tear, no input lag 240hz, T1000 eye implants? I would steer clear. There are much better performing monitors out there but of course, not NEAR as sexy. I really really look forward to what Samsung's next gen Super Ultra Wide Monitor is going to be. 4K at 144hz at 1ms? PLEASE ? We sent people to the moon and have a ISS with umpteen million working parts and have nano technology rebuilding cells. CAN we please, pretty please with sugar on top get a 4K monitor with gaming specs Samsung? I'll be on standby ready to pay off my citi card.

  • Long Ho
    Long Ho 25 days ago

    the future is in the wider screen monitors; not the traditional ones! it makes real use of the 4k & 5k resolution without maximizing the entire resolution size.

  • ACRapid
    ACRapid 26 days ago

    Формфактор хорош. Но 1080 п маловато по вертикали...

  • Russell Schiwal
    Russell Schiwal 27 days ago

    At that size, I'd just get a 4K HDMI TV.

  • CreminsDeGreat
    CreminsDeGreat 27 days ago

    Hi Linus Tech Tips, Any chance you would be able to do a video about the best gaming monitors that can use DP for PC and HDMI for PS4 Pro? Thanks in advance.

  • Manish solanki
    Manish solanki 29 days ago

    Video editing for best or not ?

  • e1ixs_lk
    e1ixs_lk 29 days ago +1

    speaking of stupid, *proceeds to talk about sponsor*

    speaking of gaming, *yes.*

  • Scott Davis
    Scott Davis 29 days ago

    What’s Next???
    *10 days later*
    *buys super ultra ultra monitor*

  • few
    few Month ago

    time to turn up my stretched resolution

  • Mc12Demonkiller
    Mc12Demonkiller Month ago +1

    What games where being played? The one before Massdrop talk

  • cr4sher7
    cr4sher7 Month ago +1

    May I ask what keyboard are you using in this video? Btw. nice review

    • Mike Lee
      Mike Lee 28 days ago

      Logitech craft I think.

  • Maarten
    Maarten Month ago

    Games coming out today have a 50/50 chance of supporting 21:9 as it is today, so it's much too early to consider this aspect ratio for any gamer unless you like playing windowed at a laughable 1080p.

  • Unboxed Tech Reviews
    Unboxed Tech Reviews Month ago +1

    Can you review the new 1440P version of this monitor?

    • BigJaZz Music
      BigJaZz Music 21 hour ago

      Unboxed Tech Reviews
      No, he should review the 8K version

  • 2ke_Flatline
    2ke_Flatline Month ago +1

    I have one ov these and I just broke it lmao

  • Sixten the Nihilist

    This is why i have a 160 x 80 cm desk

  • Xmans___
    Xmans___ Month ago

    Watch kim k ass will be nice on this monitor. Super thicc

  • Daniel Lummi
    Daniel Lummi Month ago

    What game is that @7.55 ?

  • Simorenarium
    Simorenarium Month ago

    As a Programmer I would find it better for that, than for gaming.
    WWat did Teran say?

  • Ktownsend1992
    Ktownsend1992 Month ago

    How does the viotek 32:9 compare to this? It’s 799 vs 999

    • Oh Yeah yeah
      Oh Yeah yeah Month ago

      Ktownsend1992 but on amazon I bought it used from amazon for 700$ so look at used all the time

  • Jeff Chartier
    Jeff Chartier Month ago +4

    This would do very well for a flight simulator cockpit for the front main view. Its now early 2019 and both LG and Phillips have just released a 49" in 5120 x 1440, a step up over the Samsung's 3840 x 1080. But when you calculate costs it's time to consider if VR goggles would be the better way to go if using for gaming or simulation purposes.

  • karim
    karim Month ago +1

    what's the game at 8:00 ?

  • AJ
    AJ Month ago

    You sound like Ian from Smosh at the start of the video.

  • Igor Petrovic
    Igor Petrovic Month ago

    this looks bizzare

  • Flynnii Vlogs
    Flynnii Vlogs Month ago

    Imagine 3 if those

  • Flynnii Vlogs
    Flynnii Vlogs Month ago

    Sticking with the 17''

  • Juan Alvarez
    Juan Alvarez Month ago

    6:45 Silicon Valley Anybody? Reminded me of Russ Hanneman.

  • Johan Fredriksson
    Johan Fredriksson Month ago +1

    Samsung C49RG90 maybe? :P

  • Blue
    Blue Month ago

    It's just $1000 or $999 to be precise

  • Layton Miller
    Layton Miller Month ago

    I am running Anthem on this bad ass on Ultra. It brings tears to the eyes. It's the most beautiful thing the world has ever produced.

    • H Koizumi
      H Koizumi Month ago

      Same. My 1080Ti can barely keep up with current resolution. I wouldn't want it any more than what it is unlike many others wishing it was.

  • redbaron297
    redbaron297 Month ago

    $1000 now

  • Johan Kongpetsak
    Johan Kongpetsak Month ago +2

    Well hi there whoever is reading this comment, i was thinking about getting my dad a gift since he's been so nice to all of his family and mostly me, his son. He's really into tech and i wanted to give him an over-the-top ultra wide monitor, because right now hes using a 21" Lenovo + His laptop. If you have a recommendation for a budget-friendly ultra wide curved monitor (as harsh as that sound). Well im not talking insanely cheap, but atleast something cheaper than this monster xd.
    And whoever read this long comment, thanks for read! - Yours truly, a stranger from the internet.

  • Fabian Reschke
    Fabian Reschke Month ago

    The puns were great in this one

  • Taste It Gaming
    Taste It Gaming Month ago

    I love watching this channel and seeing things I'll never be able to afford.

  • Scutaru Constantin
    Scutaru Constantin Month ago

    Why did you thumbed up on 3840 but thumbed down on 1080 ? I don`t get it, for a monitor with 32:9, the opinion should be the same both on vertical and horizontal number of pixels. Please explain.

  • David M
    David M Month ago +1

    Why does he talk so slow?

  • Ayan
    Ayan Month ago +2

    Make a 360 degree cockpit with this.

  • The Memester Gangster
    The Memester Gangster Month ago +1

    "Speaking of stupid, today's sponsor... ISN'T!"

    Restoration 100

  • Benjamin Godesar
    Benjamin Godesar Month ago

    Linus freesync which AMD video card is the best??? i am thinking of switching Nvidea to Amd

  • Stampybampy
    Stampybampy Month ago +2

    It looks like a full tv cut in half and you just kept the bottom

  • Martinezzz
    Martinezzz Month ago

    you guys RealyBuy this... or Just TEST it for FREE ????? with a PROMO video ????????

  • cantspells
    cantspells Month ago

    This crap can't even fit on my table

  • Shadow1967
    Shadow1967 Month ago

    ULTRA STRETCHED

  • Holdit Marketing & Manufacturing

    IMHO, anyone who can handle the Forty Niner (CHG90) falls into this category: "He who cannot reach the grapes, declares them sour".

    • Scutaru Constantin
      Scutaru Constantin Month ago

      I cant agree more, so many stupid comments regarding the price, and its use.

  • Holdit Marketing & Manufacturing

    Regarding Thermaltake, boy I just love the creativity and getting outside that dumb ole' PC box that we havent managed to discard in over 30 YEARS!!! VWD! excellent ...Ahh.. laak it a lot!

  • Holdit Marketing & Manufacturing

    Just got the monitor today and FFS is this the best thing or what. Vibrant colors fantastic res and enough screen real estate to play 4 D3 characters simultaneously .. LOL AWESOME!!

  • CDXX
    CDXX Month ago

    I'd rather use my mouse to turn my head in a videogame, then actually turn my head to look at the edges of that stupid $1300 screen.

    • H Koizumi
      H Koizumi Month ago

      If you are turning your head then you're doing it wrong. This is like gaming on multimonitors. You need a game that either support UI adjustments or modding it yourself. Then focus your view in the middle. Side area of monitor is for periphery vision only and not to be focused on.

  • Halcyon Outlander
    Halcyon Outlander Month ago

    Size matters....

  • CRAIG MEDIA LABS
    CRAIG MEDIA LABS Month ago

    he's so annoying.

  • Akhnaten
    Akhnaten Month ago

    What's my fps?....
    _Cracks neck_

  • Jacob Thomas-Smith
    Jacob Thomas-Smith Month ago

    Ok isnt killed me 🤣🤣🤣

  • JACKSON MADE TNG
    JACKSON MADE TNG Month ago

    I bought right after I saw this.... The monitor is awesome

  • Cheeze
    Cheeze Month ago

    Can’t wait to not buy this!

    • lol lol
      lol lol 12 days ago

      i have mine in 2 days :)

  • Joshua Sterling
    Joshua Sterling Month ago

    Two of these stacked on top of each other would make a killer setup for a race sim rig.

  • SketchbookGuitar
    SketchbookGuitar Month ago

    "600 nips" that's a lot of nips ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

  • Arthur Hinty
    Arthur Hinty Month ago

    Is there a monitor of this aspect ratio that is NOT curved? I am starting to think about building a virtual pinball machine and a NON-CURVED monitor of this size would be the cornerstone for one hell of a setup. I have not been able to find a non-curved version.

  • ByyakoKitsune69
    ByyakoKitsune69 Month ago

    looks nice Linus but I'm happy with my samsung 75 inch ^^

  • Lukem245
    Lukem245 Month ago

    Better title would’ve been dank or stank

  • MotoRacer171
    MotoRacer171 Month ago

    So in an FPS game you see through the eyes of a chinaman?

  • BrainSeepsOut
    BrainSeepsOut Month ago +1

    Play CS in 4:3 stretched on that thing.

  • LarrysNetTube
    LarrysNetTube Month ago

    1080p is the dumbest design decision in the history of modern monitery. WTF were you thinking Samsung? Wide is not impressive if your only 1080p deep.

    • Scutaru Constantin
      Scutaru Constantin Month ago

      Its 3840 deep idiot. And its not a dumbest decision ever. Do you think the same of all the FHD monitors ? Are you fucking retarded ?

  • Mr Gunslinger
    Mr Gunslinger Month ago

    This is soooooooo goood for work. I don't know why would anybody would use it for gaming.

  • Toast
    Toast Month ago

    this is legit just dope or nope