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About noname7931

  • Title
    Junior Member

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  • Gender
  • Location
    Ontario, Canada
  • Occupation
    In school.


  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 2600K
  • Motherboard
    Asus Sabertooth P67
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengence 16GB DDR3
  • GPU
    2x SLI GTX 570
  • Case
    Corsair Whit Graphite 600T
  • Storage
    1 TB Seagate, Corsair Force GT
  • PSU
    800W Corsair GS
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G710+
  • Mouse
    Logitech G700s
  • Sound
    Beyerdynamic Custom One Pro
  1. Tweet I was looking for forward to getting the turbo/maxx as my next upgrade but now it look like that is going to be difficult to do so. Can't wait for Linus's video on the turbo/maxx. Source: mobilesyrup
  2. Tesla releasing a new Model 'D'?

    Marques(@MKBHD)replied Tweet
  3. SORRY THIS IS A DUPLICATE go to http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/226016-tesla-releasing-a-new-model-d/ @elonmusk Tweeted Marques(@MKBHD)replied Telsa is going to introduce the Model D most likely at The Paris Motor Show. I Source: The Verge
  4. I have been going based of bench marks made by Anandtech and didn't see Antec on the list.
  5. My current water cooler's pump has died and would like to buy a new one. It must be 120mm and for LG 1155. I'm looking at the Corsair H80i anything else worth looking.
  6. Corsair Flash Voyager GO

    Cosair Flash Voyager GO is on sale I found the post on Lifehacker, this product is a sponsor for LinusTechTips here is there post on it (Link) PRICING 16 Gb $21.99 save $4.00 $17.99 Link 32 Gb $36.99 save $11.00 $21.99 Link 64 Gb $53.99 save $4.00 $49.99 Link
  7. Facebook To Buy Oculus Rift For $2 Billion

    The sony headset is looking good now.
  8. Would you were this Smartwatch?

    I just add the concept that has a different case and a black band.
  9. Would you were this Smartwatch?

    This is a concept watch, I found the article on The Verge, the original concept was on Behance. I person think the UI design is clean and simple, the face and case are also very nice. Overall, I would buy this because it is functional and looks professional. Analog Clock and Call Interface Heart Rate Monitor and Messages Stopwatch and Navigation Weather and Music Compass and Memos Update1: Black band, with a different face/case.
  10. Does anyone else miss the old WAN show look?

    I think it looked better because the background was completely filled with boxes and the lighting was a lighter darker
  11. Tesla is making it's own factory that will open by 2017 and by 2020 Tesla hopes to produce as many batteries as were producing worldwide in 2013. I like that batteries will be cheaper in the future, but I would rather have a better battery. Link to article TheVerge
  12. Netflix Agrees to Pay Comcast to End Traffic Jam

    I wounder what the other ISP's will do, will they start to stop trotting Netflix because customer will move to Comcast for untrottled Netflix and then Netflix will no longer need to pay Comcast because the other ISP will just do it for free? On an other note i think someone with boat loads of money should just buy one of these isp and provide "Net Neutrality" and stop this stupid nonsense. Here is an other article on "Net Neutrality" by Wired.com (link) and the 3rd point states the problem isn't the ISPs it the FCC.
  13. Netflix Agrees to Pay Comcast to End Traffic Jam

    sorry I updated, it was the first time I used quotes so i was having difficulty Thank you @mvitkun for the link without the login
  14. Link: http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702304834704579401071892041790 Uhm i don't have a login so i can't see the full article so yeah. I think this shows that ISP overpower/dictate Netflix which isn't right. Update1: new link that you don't need to login WSJ, here is another article link to Gizmodo Update2: AT&T Speaking to Netflix as well (Reuters)
  15. Palette, 'Beyond QWERTY'

    Saw this cool article on The Verge(link here) were you can use buttons, dials, and slider to interact with your computer, it is compatible with Mac, Windows, and Linux. It's pushed to photographers, designers, and DJ's.