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actually i dunno, sometimes i feel like they use OEM design and leave it as it is as long as they can sell to their customer
Yeah, because making plastic moulds is kind of expensive, but at the same time, why can't they hire a designer to make something that's not fugly?
You'd think they make a few million of each of these types of things, so the design cost and extra mould costs, if there are any, would earn itself back quite quickly, but alas, the mentality of a lot of the OEMs are that it doesn't matter, so we're stuck with butt ugly STBs...
 
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Didn't feel like making one

Edit. Grrrr the switch needed a straight male-male cable. Had gender bender and regular cable the entire time
 
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The D has been set free!! I just got the Model D wireless. It's been years since I was daily driving a Razer Deathadder and had to change to a G502 for the heck of it. The G502 shape makes my hands hurt. I few months back I was thinking of going wireless and bought the Model O. When they released the Model D - I knew I have to get one as it's shape is the same as the Deathadder. I'm not sure if it shows in the pictures but the lights on the Model D is brighter even though I have set both to 5%. Other than that the clicks on the D is "crispier." I guess its because they are using the 80 Million click Kailh switches now. My unit has some rattling though.

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Got G-Floats on both of em. The stock skates are too slippery and its hard to control.

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Also got a mouse wrist rest for when working. I got it for a few bucks and is made of silicone. It's made to move with your hands. So I placed the stock skates on it.

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The D has been set free!! I just got the Model D wireless. It's been years since I was daily driving a Razer Deathadder and had to change to a G502 for the heck of it. The G502 shape makes my hands hurt. I few months back I was thinking of going wireless and bought the Model O. When they released the Model D - I knew I have to get one as it's shape is the same as the Deathadder. I'm not sure if it shows in the pictures but the lights on the Model D is brighter even though I have set both to 5%. Other than that the clicks on the D is "crispier." I guess its because they are using the 80 Million click Kailh switches now. My unit has some rattling though.

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Got G-Floats on both of em. The stock skates are too slippery and its hard to control.

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Also got a mouse wrist rest for when working. I got it for a few bucks and is made of silicone. It's made to move with your hands. So I placed the stock skates on it.

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do your hands really feel cooler?
 
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do your hands really feel cooler?
I feel like the cool kids with their RGB mouse that has holes in em. Joking aside, I'm not sure how to answer this but the holes are to save weight. Now that you mention it - it does feel a little cool but not noticeable.
 

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Got some extension cable for my sfx psu. I am liking the silver one alot as it is thin and flexible despite being a lower 16 gauge wire vs the black one at 18. Gonna put this in my rig and update the pc atm thread later :D It happen that my windows deskstop restart itself today due to update. Damn you windows now I have reopen and restart my work task again that was not close for weeks. If I could remember what work I left running..

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Lets hope they dont melt like my adata XPG ones
 

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The D has been set free!! I just got the Model D wireless. It's been years since I was daily driving a Razer Deathadder and had to change to a G502 for the heck of it. The G502 shape makes my hands hurt. I few months back I was thinking of going wireless and bought the Model O. When they released the Model D - I knew I have to get one as it's shape is the same as the Deathadder. I'm not sure if it shows in the pictures but the lights on the Model D is brighter even though I have set both to 5%. Other than that the clicks on the D is "crispier." I guess its because they are using the 80 Million click Kailh switches now. My unit has some rattling though.

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Got G-Floats on both of em. The stock skates are too slippery and its hard to control.

View attachment 220891


Also got a mouse wrist rest for when working. I got it for a few bucks and is made of silicone. It's made to move with your hands. So I placed the stock skates on it.

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Interesting design. Hopefully its water resistant. I'd hate to see something like sweat from sweaty palms ruining such a mouse. I honestly don't understand people's obsession with RGB though. It's just eye candy, and for a wireless device it seems like a waste of battery power.
 
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Just bought this one slightly discounted, did its job so far but with some unusual hiccups with the desktop computer I have - which has a TP-Link USB Wi-Fi card, really odd.
 
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Just bought this one slightly discounted, did its job so far but with some unusual hiccups with the desktop computer I have - which has a TP-Link USB Wi-Fi card, really odd.
I tried their off-brand mercusys with my last router purchase seems to be working well for now till I upgrade to 2.5gbe. had some issues with TP-Link when the router is provided by a ISP but buying off the shelf versions all seem good.
 
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I tried their off-brand mercusys with my last router purchase seems to be working well for now till I upgrade to 2.5gbe. had some issues with TP-Link when the router is provided by a ISP but buying off the shelf versions all seem good.

Never use ISP-provided stuff bro ^^
 
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Never use ISP-provided stuff bro ^^
I don't but I always get asked to troubleshoot for people who do though it's nice our ISP moved to TP-Link their Xiaomi routers were just Ewaste.
 
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Looks like you'll need a pci extension cable, otherwise your GPU won't fit since the CPU cooler would get in the way.
Unless you plan to use an APU.
 
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Looks like you'll need a pci extension cable, otherwise your GPU won't fit since the CPU cooler would get in the way.
Yeah for shure it would be a very flat case max. high 4,5cm (Flex ATX smallest site is 4,1 cm)

Im looking atm for a few things, but ill prefer to cool the CPU with 3 Heatpipes to one side of the Case with a Alu Plate and Fins on them.


I have a few options cause im work as Metallworker.
 
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Still haven't sourced the Cpu for my Nas though why couldn't AMD just sell GE chips to consumers :cry:
 
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Holly shit 4GB RAM, my Athlon 7750 on AM2 have; 8 GB OCZ Gold 1066 :toast:
 
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It's going to be a firewall so 4gb might be enough we will see
 
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this arrived today. couldn't get my hands on a ps5 or xbox series x, and the only screen I own is a nice 165hz 1080p rapid IPS, so I said fk it. :D this will be my xbox game pass machine. not bad for ton of games I want to play at 120 fps 1080p for $299. NOT IN THIS ECONOMY BOYS :rockout:

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Switch OLED arrives Monday, but I will be taking that to work with me to play in off hours.

I'm still hopeful to have a PS5 and 4k OLED setup someday, and a next gen PC like in late 2022 or late 2023. this stuff will hold me over. honestly these are my first two consoles in ages... its going to be so nice just plug n play and no thinking or distractions. just zone out and enjoy some gaming.
 

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