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  1. Random Murderer

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    I believe this counts as sexy:


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    A particular mod on here built a new system and parted out his old system. Seeing the price, I couldn't pass on this, lol.
    For those keeping score, that's 3 :rockout:

    Sorry for the crappy cell pic. Those lines didn't show up when I zoomed in on my phone.
     
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    Close up pics again. Taken on friend's Samsung Galaxy ACE. It was given to me for repair and this was how I tested the camera. :p

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    ive got a broken galaxy ace, i use it for pics and the images arent half as good as those!
     
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    HERO. Extra pic from my review shoot(which will be all done soon). ;)
     
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    Well you can donate it to me. :p The phone I repaired was water damaged. Fortunately the LCD and digitizer were not damaged. The PCB was slightly damaged and would not turn on. I replaced a diode and some SMD capacitors and desoldered the damaged RTC battery and it now works good as new. The battery is damaged because all these days while the PCB was shorted, he had put the battery inside the phone which damaged it. It would not work more than 40 mins if screen is on and some work is done. He said he's gonna buy a new battery.
    When he took the phone to the service center, they said that the PCB needs to be changed and it will take a lot of money so better buy new one. :p
     
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    i pick this up today, it got shipped to me, and i brought it second handed but brand new never used or opened...

    i brought it for about 154USD / 120euros and normal price is around 297USD / 232euro so i don't think it's a bad price i paid ^^

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    more pics may come later ^^;
     
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    My first non-Cherry MX mechanical KB....
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    Legendary or infamous ddr3?^^

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    Yep, first time, no 2nd time I'm trying a non Cherry switch KB (my first being the buckling spring Lexmark Model M). I'm surprised that I like it so much, it feels quite similar to my Model M, but much quieter.
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    Oh, it is a Qpad MK-50. It got a 9.0 in a TPU review, although that is not the reason i bought it. It is the cheapest mech KB I can get with Cherry Browns in my locale, other choices were a Ducky Zero for 96 Euro incl shipping (8 euros more, but no wrist rest and shorter warranty) or a >100 euro Logitech G710+ with bells and whistles I do not need (my second choice switch, MX clear, meant importing a DE keyboard from Germany).

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    i got this one home yesterday:

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    i hope i will have time to test it later today ^^;

    (Sry for the crappy pic, it's just a quick shot before i leave... )
     

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    The new SSD now mounted as you can see is adapted the original holes do not match those on the frame of the 5.25 bay so i made two holes with screws and bolts.

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    this is what £100 wasted in fans looks like lol
     
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    Just got this - CM Storm White Quickfire TK - Limited Edition - Brown switches.
     
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    some more pics of the Asus ThunderFX for my wifes pc, and it's running atm with Windows 8.1 Pro where i got the ROG ThunderFX software to work for now ^^

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    sry for the pure quality, i used my phone but i guess the light is just too much sometimes :/
     
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    Decided as the File server has been on permanently and its getting hot to give the bitch a clean. To my suprise, the cooler is still shiny. So I decided to dump in something I freshly baked in the oven just minutes ago to get the bitch working:

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