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PNY GTX 970 for my computer and a Patriot 60gb SSD for hers (also giving her a gtx 660...sims 4 looks like crap playing off a 3570k lol) Unfortunatly these items were received in this box.  :vmad:  :vmad:  :vmad: I really want to tear someones head off from both UPS and USPS....UPS for being idiots and handing it over to USPS when this was being delivered to a street address and not a po box and USPS for delivering this to my neighbors porch (heaven forbid you look for the correct apartment!) and they left it out in the RAIN! UGH!!!! IDIOTS!!! The box says NEWEGG!!! WTF!! Anyways time to install the 970....the SSD can wait till the weekend lol

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Hakko FX888-D soldering station and all the other stuff for it

Bottlehead Crack + Speedball upgrade

Regular right angle power cable for amp

2x Plastic 3 drawer carts

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It's for 32 way RAID 0 right? :P

Ha, no. RAID 10 + multiple copies. :P

 

Bought today, the black lip shown below:

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I'm planning on building a splitter for it eventually too.

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:blink: LSD differential, driveshaft, and axle shafts for the Miata (the 1.8L style with a 7" pinion gear).

 

Treasure Coast Miata had a conversion kit that beat out every price I could manage for a "kit" on my own by scrounging parts...without me having to do differential surgery.

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Broken SATA/Power connector on OS drive (1-2 weeks ago)

Temp fix to back up OS drive

 

It surprisingly broke while I was installing the 256 GB SSD I bought for $50, now my main OS drive. So I put my new soldering station to use and re-soldered the connection and now the SSD is working like nothing ever happened. With flux you can do anything. Never soldering anything before and this was pretty small.

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