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klh2000

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About klh2000

  • Title
    Lawn Mower Ethusiast

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    New York

System

  • CPU
    AMD FX-8350
  • Motherboard
    ASRock 990fx Killer
  • RAM
    AMD DDR3-1600
  • GPU
    ebay MSI radeon r9 280
  • Case
    Cheap Azza
  • Storage
    Seagate Barracuda 1 tb
  • PSU
    Corsair HX750
  • Display(s)
    Dell SS240M
  • Cooling
    Cooler master Hyper 212 evo
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70
  • Mouse
    Microsoft Mouse
  • Sound
    Klipsch R-15m and DT990 Pro
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1 Pro

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  1. what would you suggest then for something to do the cad/3d modeling? I'm not going to be playing games with it. I can go a little higher on the budget if need be, but i'd really like to stay under $700
  2. So I found an Asus laptop for $750, has SSD, HDD, Ryzen 3550H. I just can't seem to find all that much info about it? seems like it's just released or something. https://www.newegg.com/black-asus-tuf-gaming-fx505dd-gaming-entertainment/p/2WC-000N-00GH5
  3. I've been out of the loop when it comes to hardware for a few years now, so I'm not sure what is considered good these days. I'll soon be a mechanical engineering student, so I will need a laptop for college. I'm in the US. - Budget is $700 ish - I will be running Autodesk Inventor, Solidworks, as well as editing video occasionally. I will not really be gaming on the laptop very much as I have a desktop for that. - Dedicated GPU would be nice, and at least 8gb of ram. - SSD only or SSD + HDD would be ideal - minimum 15" 1080P screen. It doesn't need to be color accurate, touchscreen or anything. - I'd like at least 5 hours of battery life as well, but not sure what to expect out of laptops these days, I've never expected more than 2 hours before. The best thing specs-wise I think I have found is the Asus K570ZD, but many reviews seem to mention build quality issues and networking issues. Any input on that?
  4. The 4.3 in the S10 will be very reliable, but forced induction on that would be more trouble than it's worth. The Lexus would be much better for your type of driving.
  5. Only my subscription feed is down. I can search for videos and watch them.
  6. The Supra will be cheaper to maintain, and be more reliable, but will cost a lot more than the rx7 to buy. The 6 speed twin turbo supra will be the most expensive, but will also hold it's value, they are appreciating right now. The Supra has more potential to make power if you don't want to spend lots of money.
  7. 3-4 thousand isn't that low of a budget depending on your location. You can definitely get a nice Honda Civic or Corolla for that price. You would want newer than 2005 for a Corolla, the older 1.8 had some issues. I would get a manual if you know how to drive one, they are simpler, and it is easy to tell if something will go wrong before you buy (a mechanic would be able to tell). Automatics can be a little more iffy if you don't know the history of the car.
  8. They are the same truck basically. I'd go for which ever one was in better shape. They both probably use Rochester TBI for the fuel injection, which is about as simple as it gets except for carburated.
  9. Sounds like any opposed twin I've ever heard.
  10. You will pass emissions as long as your state only uses an OBD2 emissions test such as NY, as long as the converters are still on there will be no difference in emissions, just noise. Some states with more strict inspections it will probably fail visual inspection unless you find a shop that doesn't care.
  11. The default pin code on many Bluetooth devices will be all zeros, so try 0000 as the pin.
  12. 9/10 - One of my favorite chicago tracks
  13. I would try the factory head unit with the new speakers first
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