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  1. FreedomEclipse

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    Just checked on the delivery status again and the Scheduled Delivery date is Monday -_________-

    (exactly a week after ordering) guess saturday delivery was just expecting too much
     
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    It wasn't an invitation to Tatty's house but rather "Memory Lane". I've been there before, its nothing but disappointments!

    Amiga CD32 is shit i wonder who the hell paid £90 for it, i wouldn't even take one for free. I collect a lot of retro games and that, recently just got a Sega Master System with 2 controls and the phaser light gun, 3 games with it for £15 inc p+p. Its hard to find the original model for cheap the Model 2 is much more common. The original can take a scart cable the model 2 is RF only, jesus RF sucks balls.

    I THINK I SHOULD SHUT UP NOW.
     
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    ME HAPPY!!!!

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    they are alot better tbh, i gained about 1.5k by using them over the 10.12's. so defo alot better! not really had any problems.
     
  6. FreedomEclipse

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    bleh - I just downgraded back to 10.10e and im getting the pink tint/hue that everyone was talking about... might keep these or i might go back to 10.12
     
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    pink tint on what?
     
  8. FreedomEclipse

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    nvm - solved the problem - but if you really need to know - Google '10.10e Pink tint' - I re-benched with the 10.10e drivers and i score just under 22k with my 5850s
     
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    Hey guys, how is this monitor? Was it worth the £306 price before it got slashed to £170?

    For those too lazy to click:
    Product Type 22" LED-backlit LCD TV
    Digital Television Certification Not certified
    Video Interface Composite, HDMI, S-Video, SCART
    HDMI Ports Qty 3 port(s)
    PC Interface VGA (HD-15), HDMI
    Timer Functions Sleep
    Dimensions With stand
    Width 55 cm
    Depth 17 cm
    Height 41.5 cm
    Weight 13 kg
    Enclosure Colour White
    Display
    Diagonal Size 22" - widescreen
    Technology TFT active matrix
    Resolution 1920 x 1080
    Display Format 1080p (FullHD)
    Image Aspect Ratio 16:9
    LCD Backlight Technology LED backlight
    Brightness 250 cd/m2
    Progressive Scan Progressive scanning (line doubling)
    Viewing Angle 170 degrees
    Viewing Angle (Vertical) 160 degrees
    Pixel Response Time 5.5 ms
    Features On-screen menu
    TV Tuner
    Analogue TV Tuner PAL
    Stereo Reception System NICAM
    Digital TV Tuner
    Digital TV Tuner DVB-T
     
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  10. Fourstaff

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    There are cheaper options for that screen size and resolution, and I have never used (or seen) Foehn and Hirsch. I would personally go for something cheaper, but that monitor is not too bad, just lacking Displayport (so is most in the market anyway).
     
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    My SSD came in and Im currently running off it - my god this shit is fast!! Firefox with about 10tabs doesnt take forever to load anymore!! viva le revolution!!
     
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    Congratz mate. i wish i had one. im planning to buy next month. what size/gb have you've got?
     
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    Only a 90Gb - I found it hard to justify spending £40 more on a 120Gb when I dont really need the extra space.

    And if the time comes that I eventually do, then I will put this 90Gb SSD into my laptop. but as it is - i still got about 30gb of free space on the SSD
     
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    one more thing where did you buy your SSD? hope you won't mind
     
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    Ebuyer - But i was looking around Novatech, Dabs and some other online stores before i decided to go and buy from Ebuyer.

    theres is a lot of fluctuation in the Price of my SSD and I have no idea why - Some sites are selling for over £150 but i got it for about £135 - I also saved a few quid on postage as i wasnt in a hurry to get it. I thought it would have arrived by last week friday but it only arrived today - so I had to wait about a week for it to come (4-5 working days my arse)

    Hmmmm..... I dont really think theres anything else in my system that really needs upgrading.....
     
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    Just about to order some braiding, an XSPC Res/Pump 5.25 bay, some tubing and barbs, 2x 1TB Hard-Drive, a 12xBD drive and a 22xDVD drive. Oh, and a Xiggy case

    £280 shop? Oh yea...
     
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    i've got XSPC res/pump 5.25 bay from specialtech. good flowing on my 7/16 tubing.
     
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    I want an SSD for my games But it would have to be at least 300GB :( and thats currently out of my budget.
     
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    12 BD drives and 22 DVD drives? You starting a recording studio or something? :laugh:
    I'm still saving up for my big order; 14x1TB F3's and an Areca ARC-1680iX. Going to be about a grand :eek:
     
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    Yes yes we know, we seen it the 1st time :slap: :laugh:

    BTW if anyone has any cheap GPU's lying about I need a pcie one for around £25 check my WTB thread [WTB] [UK] PCIE Graphics Card pleaseeee :D
     
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    sorry net went funny and i didnt see that I had made a double post
     
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    I think Moonpig Might have some 8800GT's lying around for £25
     
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    Had.

    Not anymore.

    Got only whats in my Spec now
     
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    "Shops Closed" - he said
     
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    Anyone got a dirt cheap PSU with a decent 5v,3v rating?
     

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