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Dave :)

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About Dave :)

  • Title
    Crashed my car into a bridge

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Bristol, UK

System

  • CPU
    i5-4670k
  • Motherboard
    ASRock z87e-ITX
  • RAM
    8GB G-SKILL 1600MHz
  • GPU
    OCUK GTX 970
  • Case
    BitFenix Prodigy
  • Storage
    M4 128GB, 1TB Samsung F3
  • PSU
    AX 750
  • Display(s)
    Samsung
  • Cooling
    Noctua NHL9i
  • Keyboard
    Filco Majestouch II
  • Mouse
    Zowie AM Pro
  • Sound
    Creative Aurvana Live
  1. hi can you please change my display name I forgot to put in the rest in thanks

    1. TheRandomness
    2. ONEABOVEALL

      ONEABOVEALL

      all fix thanks anyway

  2. Does your 4670k bottleneck you GTX970 ever?

  3. Vessel Exclusive "Nerd Sports"

    It's cool, I can take the heat if needs be. Please direct your discussion to the megathread:
  4. Rate my pc

    http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/183-show-off-your-setup/
  5. Subwoofer in my car. Problem with it?

    It's more complex to make and I don't know exactly how it all works to be perfectly honest. If i were you, I would just stick to making a basic sealed enclosure as that just requires sealant and you don't have to deal with this "ported" business.
  6. Subwoofer in my car. Problem with it?

    I guess it depends on how handy with the tools you are haha.
  7. Wow thats pretty great. I heard an advert for them this morning on the radio and didn't expect much. Might actually go have a look come boxing day..
  8. $150 23"+ monitor

    I'm not too well versed on the Canadian Monitor market, but these two look alright: Asus VN248H Asus VN238H I guess they're pretty much the same bar different screen size. I'm sure someone will come with a better suggestion, but if it were up to me I would go for that first Asus option. No idea on shipping to Canada through NewEgg, mind.
  9. $150 23"+ monitor

    What features are you looking for? Resolution: Bezel type (matte; glossy): Inputs (HDMI, DVi, VGA, DP etc): Refresh Rate:
  10. Subwoofer in my car. Problem with it?

    I'd suggest a standard sealed box. Just so you know it works. Here's a decent guide on the process involved in making a box
  11. Subwoofer in my car. Problem with it?

    Did you properly seal the box? One of the reasons you need a sub box is to provide that low-end 'punch'..this is achieved by a properly sealed enclosure (you can have ported boxes which produce a slightly different sound but that's beside the point). From your pictures it looks like you have just nailed a couple bits of wood together, this is going to allow air to leave and not produce a deep bass sound you desire. If it isn't sealed, I would take the box apart, use glue, screws and a silicone sealant on the inside.
  12. If you have a copy of the advertisement where it says SSHD, I would take that, along with your laptop to the shop and ask to speak to a manager. Failing that, contact advertising standards - although not sure what they will do besides "we will review their practices" or something like that.
  13. How fast is your internet?

    http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/414-whats-your-internet-speedtest/ Please search before posting. Thanks
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