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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. GreiverBlade

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    seconded.

    funny tho: a Random who thanks a Random Murderer .... as long as he is not his murderer that's fine? right?

    pics incoming i brought a G602 to replace my G600
     
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    The randoms thanked each other randomly.
     
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    Random,pc so sweet :rockout:
     
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  4. GreiverBlade

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    that was soooo random ... as expected form both of you !
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    as promised the G602... i love it!
     
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    Some pictures,a little bit dusty ...
     
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    Nice mouse, interesting shape. Though I can't really comment on that, I use the RAT 7 with the "bat wing" pinky rest, lol.
    Very clean PC, aside form the small amount of dust.
    Love the Bulbasaur in the first pic ;)
     
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    i had a R.A.T 7 before :) this one replace my G600 i love the wide space between the left and right click, unlike the G600 and 700 i used this one doesn't get right click stuck, and the battery durability is really good despite of being a non wireless wired like the G700 i think with 2 set of 2000mAh battery and a desk charger i will be able to get some good result, they rate it at 250hrs in performance mode and 1440hrs in endurance mode (switching the polling rate between 500hz and 125hz) well even at 125hz it's quite good in reaction time for a mmo or a rts, the shape is really comfortable and a bit more elongated than the G600.

    and a pics to stay on topic ahah :D
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    Glossy.... playing on my living room table ... (a 100kg~ sequoia tree root :D ) i love the flash ... it give me a hint that i need to de dust a bit the place xD
     
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    Had an hour spare so got started on my TJ08-E.

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    Bay res/pump in.

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    Drain line.

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    Will get the 120 rad and the rest of the gear installed in the next few days.
     
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    CREE flashlight?
     
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    Yeah, Shadow VG10. :)
     
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    cool, always nice to see another xm-l user!
     
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    i likes yo avatar XD
     
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    Graphics card review rig found its new home in Fractal XL.

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    Well, it's been a while since the last major upgrade. Some minor cable management adjustments here and there, decided not to route the 24 pin power and gpu power behind the case because the cables are rather long for this case and ended up in some weird angles which i didn't like.

    Anyways here it is - New power supply, graphics card, ram and a sound card.
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    got new home for my rig
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    cabling is a bit messy :( but i was in hurry
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    indeed it is a Razer Destructor mouse pad, but i use a Steelserie QCQ normally, i don't like Razer product much but for mouse pad they do just fine, plus it was cheap and with another discount for end of stock.

    for a laser or optical mouse, well it's a good surface, i can't really tell since the soft rubber and cloth QCQ is about the same for me, but if you like hard surface with a stable rubber base over soft pad, then it's a good one for you.

    my PC ATM
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    whaaaattt it's not a PC? ok its a ARM powered Beaglebone Black but it run Linux Angstrom, so technically it is a PC right? :roll: no i need to find a case for the pup and stick it on the back of my TV (Smart TV anyone?)

    oh and remove all that dust ... damned flash revealing dusty world i don't see otherwise o_O
     
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    interesting..
    so its the real green pc, low wattage, simple, less heat and small size :roll:
     
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    as it draw the power from the USB on the TV : yes mostly :D
     
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    wait, wait
    so you dont use any adaptor? just take the power from monitor?
     
  21. GreiverBlade

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    yep BBB has either a 5v jack or a mini USB for power

    input :1x jack powerplug 1x RJ45 1x USB 2.0 1x mini USB output 1x Micro HDMI
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    yet it's not what we can call powerfull but video playback on 1080p is correct and its a 1ghz A8 with a SGX 531 (still better than a RaPi except that the pi decode video a bit better )

    i would like a ODroid-U2/3 to play with instead :roll: Exynos 4412 quad A9 + Mali400mp4 and even smaller than a BBB
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    i just noticed that the Odroid-XU is out ... Exynos 5 Octa (big.LITTLE architecture) bwarf
     
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    Thats a really awesome mini-pc!

    Idk if you can get this over there but I use two XL Allsop mouse pads, I love these things, very cheap. I use a mouse both left and right handed (ambidextrous) and it keeps my keyboard level and gives me lots of area to use the mouse. I think its this,http://www.amazon.com/dp/B003709KZG/?tag=tec06d-20 its like a hard plastic material that has low friction. Had it for about 4 months now, it does warp up a tiny bit but its not a big deal. I play sc2 on it no probs but I can't claim to be good at it.
     
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    System Update!

    New case. Corsair 750D, and completely new water cooling setup.

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    Temporary setup at home during my winter break.

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    talk about ultimate small form factor pc :roll:

    sad day i had to sell some of my pc parts, unfortunately it was the GRone, the Z77 Ex4, the HR-02 and most of the fan in the case, my main rig atm is the Nostalgia one but with the 770 instead of the 460 HAWK... it feels a bit ... overkill to use a 770 in that but i was in a bad need of money to pay a bill... but since it's Christmas(well the day after...) a friend has a case and a mobo to give ... (he should have say that before i sold my other parts)

    anyway what i will have will be those two (but i have to wait till the 2nd week of January since he still use them till that period )
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    my only concern, is the Sugo will not accommodate my current HDD setup, i think i will need a 2 bay NAS for the movie/data/pictures HDDs and also the Desert Fox have pretty long cable.... ahah :D

    good point : the mobo handle SLI at 8x/8x so i can still do it ... tho it will be a small build again o_O
     
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