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About Hackentosher

  • Title
    LTT's Resident Choir Nerd
  • Birthday 2000-03-06


  • CPU
    4670k 4.4ghz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte z87x-oc
  • RAM
    16gb Vengance something
  • GPU
    Windforce gtx 970 g1 1513mhz
  • Case
    Phantom 410
  • Storage
    San disk ultra 2 120gb, Hyperx 3k 120gb Segate baracuda 1tb, WD Green 1tb
  • PSU
    CX600m that's about to explode
  • Display(s)
    Zalman 23" Piece o' crap, 19"~ 1600x900 Acer thang
  • Cooling
  • Keyboard
    Quickfire Rapid (MX Blue)
  • Mouse
  • Sound
    Kraken pro/Momentum IEM avec a blue snowball
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  • Gender
  • Location
    Satan's Ass Crack
  • Interests
    3D printing, Drones, 3D Printing Drones, Drones 3D printing, and why my i5 is running so hot
  • Biography
  • Occupation
    Professional High School Student Choir Nerd

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  • Skype
  • XFire
    We are an SLI family
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  1. 3D Printing Poll

    Petg master race now
  2. Multicopter Megathread

    Oh I didn't know that. I figured it was like a normal hakko tip, just really skinny in the middle.
  3. Multicopter Megathread

    Maybe the tip isnt making good connection to the heater?
  4. Multicopter Megathread

    Doesn't it default to F? If so, that's a great way to not be able to heat up your joints. I like to solder most things around 350C, but if it doesn't specify, 350F is very different. @LittleCarrot
  5. Multicopter Megathread

    A friend of mine does, it's great for field repairs, but I think it eats up power pretty quick. Works great with my field charging battery.
  6. Multicopter Megathread

    The one @LittleCarrot is a good choice, especially if you have fat-shark style goggles. Pretty sure it'll fit goggles and a radio. That being said u use a lunch box.
  7. Multicopter Megathread

    50mw tho
  8. Multicopter Megathread

    Ufl, price, and the JST-SH connector it has. I'd rather solder. Also the Mach 2 is smaller which is great for my slammed 6".
  9. Multicopter Megathread

    About the furious, furious as a company often takes a while to get things right. It took three revisions of the true D to get a well performing receiver. They often have qc issues and dont seem to spend enough R&D on their products. I us vent heard anything bad about their VTX, but I haven't heard anything good either. My next VTX will be a Mach 2, not a furious.
  10. Multicopter Megathread

  11. Multicopter Megathread

    high school sucks. I think I'll have a free weekend in two weeks.
  12. Multicopter Megathread

    I wish I could fly mine
  13. Multicopter Megathread

    I like the JB F4 a lot, great company behind it and built in softmounts, forgot about that last detail.
  14. Multicopter Megathread

    Haven't gotten to use smart audio yet, but it's a hell of a lot easier than the unify's solution. Cleaner video as in how much it bleeds on other channels. Also nicer VTXs slowly ramp up their output power because it takes a second to get to the right frequency. You don't want to be blasting 800mw on the wrong channel when you're flying around other people, even for just a second. it'll do 800mw.
  15. Multicopter Megathread

    No for power and video. The 5v unify uses the jst-sh connector, and the hv and race version uses something else. Learned that the hard way.