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My friends RX580 8GB I ordered for him. Sapphire RX580 Nitro+

It really is a beautiful card. $300 CAD. Two games too (one of them mine, RE2 remake). Calling Newegg now cause I didn't get email with codes.

 

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been a long time since I rock and rolled...

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The telephoto lens on my new phone is great for close up pictures like these...

My old 128GB ADATA SU800 M.2 SSD


The 4GB of Samsung PC3-10600 that was originally installed in my laptop from high school.


The back of my reference GTX 480.

I need to figure out how to improve the lighting. I think that's the one thing preventing these pictures from being really good.
 

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Just hold up a flashlight when taking the picture.
 

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How could i forget this thread when i got my new keycaps...
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Nice Keys,.....
 
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Oh come on now, don't just post the thumbnail, post the full size image.
It's 2.4MB in size. You want bigger?

Maybe you mean to post a pic of the whole Keyboard.
 

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They dont look good when the keyboards powered off or in bright light, but look amazing when lit up in the dark
 

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Very nice! I like the raised QWEASD keys. Do they get in the way of typing?
i have no issues with typing as the center of the keys is flat, it just helps fingers rolling off for WASD gaming - those keys came in the box with the keyboard, its a corsair thing
 
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I love to check out new and exquisite CPU coolers. GamerStorm Captain 240 PRO is one beauty.

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GamerStorm Captain 240 PRO is one beauty.
I agree. I also consider Deepcool's Captain EX very similar Captain Pro as the most beautiful AIO coolers. A little bit too much RGB for my taste, but everything else just look amazing. Still, I consider Deepcool Captain EX 240 GRB White as the most beautiful out there. It's seriously underrated cooler.
 
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Here are some sexy pics of this Pentium E5200 I pulled from a computer I found at the thrift store today...


Love this telephoto lens.
 
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That CPU is flawless. Not a scratch on the IHS. Did it have a thermal pad instead of compound?
Nope, had a perfect amount of thermal paste on it. The cooler was one with a square of thermal paste preapplied, and the copper slug in the middle left a perfect circle in the middle of the IHS.
 
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Wow, but @lexluthermiester is right that is one flawless looking IHS. This is what my E8500 looks like after starting to lap it. Note that my lapping scratches are left to right and those pits from top to bottom are from the previous cooler or I don´t know what. They were visible like this even with the etching still on it and note that dark spot, that is a hole in the IHS, looking like someone stabbed it with the tip of a knife...


This is more what I had expected to see @sam_86314 :D
 
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That CPU is flawless. Not a scratch on the IHS. Did it have a thermal pad instead of compound?
Considering the percentage of the population doesnt know anything about the hardware inside a computer it's not a big surprise.
 
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Judging by how the computer's SSD was just sitting in the external 3.5" bay (not screwed down or anything, but still plugged in), I'd imagine the original owner wasn't very tech savvy. The cooler still had the original square of preapplied thermal paste. I'm sure I'm the first person to even see the CPU since the system left Lenovo's factory.

Personally, I take pride in my computer being properly assembled and organized.
 
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Judging by how the computer's SSD was just sitting in the external 3.5" bay (not screwed down or anything, but still plugged in), I'd imagine the original owner wasn't very tech savvy.
I'm guessing old spinning rust has out lived it's useful life if the non tech savvy user knows about a SSD or IT installed it.
 
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Personally, I take pride in my computer being properly assembled and organized.
Same here.

I'm guessing old spinning rust has out lived it's useful life if the non tech savvy user knows about a SSD or IT installed it.
Not at all. Until high capacity(4TB+) SSD's become cost effective and more durable, mechanical drives will still have purpose. I predict HDD's will be around for at least another decade or more.
 
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I just bought a Hitachi 5 TB drive for storage on my 9900K rig. There are two 1TB SSDs for my OS to reside on.

I'll be able to use HDD spinners for years still.
 
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