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Everything posted by IIxNullxII

  1. Rules? RULES?! We don't need no stinkin' rules! In a time of outlaw overclockers and rogue gamers, the rules we abolished along with... where was I going with this?
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    anybody ever see this happen ?

    It's probably a long shot, but does he live under high voltage power lines? Electromagnetic fields, and all.
  3. Fractal has been getting quite the attention as of recent. Well, when you produce something as good looking and functional as The R6, your bound to get some attention. I refreshed a build from 2013 into a Fractal Designs Meshify C and really like it: https://imgur.com/gallery/WFSwVkq
  4. Seriously considering this for my next build. Thank you for the review!
  5. Very interesting! The fact that this 'new' technology can be applied to such an old title is very promising.
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    296 Mbs down. I like

    Well, I guess I could share. You're not going to like it, though.
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    Official OCC 2018 Christmas Contest

    Thank you for hosting this contest, it's one of the highlights of the holiday season for many of us. Thanks again!
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    Have ya'll ever seen anything like this before?

    Some motherboads have a DIMM slot specifically for this, example would be the RIG Zenith Extreme: https://www.amazon.com/ROG-ZENITH-EXTREME-Threadripper-Motherboard/dp/B0748K1F99
  9. A simple laser printer will get you 2500+ pages from a single toner cartridge. Example prices: Printer: https://www.staples.com/Brother-HL-L2360DW-Black-and-White-Laser-Printer-Refurbished/product_1713579 Cartridge: https://www.staples.com/Brother-TN-660-Toner-Cartridge-Black-High-Yield/product_1005409 They come with a low capacity toner cartridge that will get between 250-500 pages. Printer + Toner = about $143.98 USD, Overall you'll get a lot more for your money vs. your standard color ink-jet printer.
  10. Hey all, picked up an Asus XG32VQ 32" and I'm looking for a mounting solution. I would like something that clamps to the desk because of the guitars I have behind it. Does anyone have their 27"-32" Curved monitor mounted this way that can throw me a recommendation? Thanks!
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    Firearms - Any Sport Shooting or Collectors Here?

    I own a few rifles and pistols, and shoot regularly both indoors and outdoors. Over the years I have come to prefer a pistol with full metal construction. I own both a Beretta M92F and a Springfield 1911. The other feature of these two pistols I love is the external hammer, and that added visual security it provides. I like to quickly look at the pistol and see that its cocked or not.
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    Official OCC 2017 Christmas Contest

    Thanks again for the MasterLiquid ML120L RGB, I posted a pic of the box when it arrived, and finally got to put it to use in my older i5 4690k build companied with a new Fractal Design Meshify C case.
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    Corsair Adds 500D Case to Obsidian Series

    Neat, not sure about the swing doors, but neat idea.
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    Official OCC 2017 Christmas Contest

    Thank you Bosco and all those responsible to administrating the 2017 Christmas Contest, my prize came today!
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    Star Wars: The Last Jedi

    I absolutely loved it!
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    Official OCC 2017 Christmas Contest

    Woohoo! Thank's, Bosco! Merry Christmas to you and to all!
  17. Bosco, these people are going to start eating each other out here!
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    Intel to Launch Core i9-7980XE CPU With 18 Cores

    This is how we deal with Moore's Law in 2017. I'm not saying it's a bad thing.
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    No room for heatsink backplate

    I'm concerned the extended stand off screws would raise the height of the motherboard too much, making a graphics card / other PCI card installations difficult or awkward.
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    Ignorant to Wi-Fi---Help please

    Ethernet through power is a great solution. I've been a Ethernet person for a very long time, too. I have run wires through the attic just so I don't have to plug in a PCI or USB wireless adapter. I'm glad you found a solution, and also wanted to point out this I found recently, and have been looking into for my own home. It's a set that includes 3-6 wall modules that plug into power, each has a wireless emitting antenna, and a single Ethernet jack. You put one where the router is, and plugin the ethernet, then set up more around the house. Preferably one in each room. It's a little expensive, but seems to offer a better advantage over your standard WiFi router or Ethernet over Power. https://www.plumewifi.com/
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    Material Made That Draws Moisture From Dry Air

    Now Luke can finally go waste time with his friends at Tosche Station.
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    Star Wars Battlefront II

    I would like my money back for the proof of concept I bought back in 2015.