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About Muffinmaddness

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  • Birthday 1986-12-19

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  • CPU
    Intel I7 4790K
  • Motherboard
    Asus Maximus Hero VII
  • RAM
    16gb Corsair Vengeance Pro 2400
  • GPU
    GTX 980
  • Case
    Corsair 750D
  • Storage
    240GB Samsung 840 EVO
  • PSU
    Corsair RM1000
  • Cooling
    Corsair H105
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70
  • Mouse
    Corsair M65
  • Sound
    Logitech 5.1 something
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Hey man I got a quick question for you. I’m new to modding PCs for the most part(just a disclaimer lol). I was wanting to install a glass panel like you did in the 750D. However. I want to install both of the side panels with glass as to allow full appreciation of the work I’m going to put into it. If you were to approach this build without a budget in mind and under the consideration that I’m willing to allow for errors. How would you go about it and what is the first place I should start?

  2. Im not sure if this was sarcastic, or a "joke" or serious....but if it's the latter...the kid is not born yet...do not even think for a second that a piece of hardware will be more important than my own child. What I am asking for is any hardware that would make life easier when I have a child not a distraction from it. anyway.. Thanks for all the suggestions and well wishes, myself and my other half appreciate it, alot of these things I have or am planning to do, so I think i'll be set, the dipper change light is a really great idea, that im going to do, and the smart mirror sounds like a fun project, so thanks guys really nice hearing from the other Dads, thank you all again =)
  3. Wow, thank you for all the support and PM's Iv gotten, you guys are awesome, some fantastic tips here, and im up for any advise, I have 6-8 tablets already (I buy them cheap off facebook and repair them) I also have 2 amazon echo's and I was in the middle of upgrading all my lights, the tip about the nappy change is fantastic and is one i'll defiantly set up (the hue lights) , the toys and things im buying mostly second hand due to the cost and outgrowing them quickly, I will have to invest in a baby monitor (any recommendations?) I know I wont have time for alot of the things I usually do or the money, but im looking forward to the challenge, these tips are fantastic guys, really thank you so much. Such a great community. This might even make a great video for linus "tech for new parents" being a Dad himself. again thank you for all the tips please keep them coming =)
  4. thanks buddy =), and yeah great advice having to change a routine because of the item means its already failed , will definitely keep that in mind
  5. So yeah, I've just learnt im gonna be a father, so exciting! so my question is, what do other dads on here use tech wise to help in their lifes, if any, or are you all old school?
  6. yeah I guess, its been so long now I guess I'll not get a response though ( I have tried before) so meh, like I said not complaining as such, was just happy to help the guys move and was looking forward to a mention, anyway was a long time ago so not alot can be done now I guess, maybe It was my fault and I missed a post or something, oh well =)
  7. not complaining just commenting, I'd forgotten about it until I saw this post...
  8. I can't remember, I just know if I donated so much I'd get a personal video, never got a thing =/ . was kinda disappointed tbh =(
  9. resolve 14.3 the file is MKV, and i tried H.264, AVI,Mpeg,MP4, But im not 100% ..(or even 0.01%) sure what im doing tbh, i'll give it another go @Mutoh just tried again and its working...so fingers crossed EDIT 2 - nope scratch that doesn't do anything....just sits at 0% TBH I really don't care, its to much hassle now to mess around with it.... so either watch it or don't... I'm not wasting more hours trying to get it to work, so take it or leave it