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About redoxDucks

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    Mobile App Developer


  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 6700k
  • Motherboard
    Asus Maximus VIII Hero
  • RAM
    G.Skill Ripjaws 4 16GB 2400MHz
  • GPU
    EVGA Geforce GTX 1060 SC
  • Case
    Cooler Master MasterCase Pro 5
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 EVO 500GB
  • PSU
    Corsair RM750i
  • Display(s)
    2 Crappy ones
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Nepton 240M
  • Keyboard
    Unicomp Model M
  • Mouse
    MadCatz Rat 7 Albino
  • Sound
    Panda Stack
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 / Ubuntu 16.04
  1. redoxDucks

    Concerns with FloatPlane Pricing

    I sincerely hope so... Nevertheless, decided to share my concerns hoping that someone connected with the project will add it to their internal discussions if they haven't already
  2. redoxDucks

    Concerns with FloatPlane Pricing

    I actually agree with LMG's reasoning for the individual subs as mentioned in the most recent WAN show... The issue I mentioned in the original post is that some of us will only be able to subscribe at a higher cost. I was hoping for an early bird US$ 2.99 deal per channel for a month or so that we too can join up at that price.
  3. Hi guys, I, like so many others are really excited for the launch of floatplane.com. I was a paying member of vessel.com and was devastated when it went away. The community there was SOO much better than the toxic Youtube community. Even though most of them were paying subscribers, they didn't act entitled or rude. Comments were on topic and genuinely engaging and entertaining. Plus the ad free part was great too. A week later, as soon as LMG announced floatplane club I went over to the store to subscribe. Turned out the only method of joining is to use PayPal which I couldn't use as I don't live in North America or Europe. I'm from India and while we do have PayPal, the way the government rules and banking systems here are setup here, make using it basically impossible. I've tried about 20 or so times to subscribe using a variety of 'tricks' and contacted PayPal but nothing has worked. That's why I'm very excited for floatplane and being able to pay by credit / debit cards as I can FINALLY join and be a 'pilot' or whatever it will be called on the new platform. I've missed a year of this awesomeness. Only one thing makes me a little salty. Both Linus and Bitwit Kyle mentioned that the cost of subscription on the new platform is going to increase right from launch and those who are already subscribed through the LTT forum were going be 'grandfathered in' with the current fee of US$ 2.99. I do not want to sound rude or dismissive of the amazing work that Luke, the artist formerly known as CatBoiler and everyone else has put into floatplane... However, it feels like us international members are being punished, and in a way 'taxed' for no fault of our own. To add to it Vessel had a flat fee for accessing all content while it seems that we need to subscribe individually to each content creator on floatplane(makes complete sense, BTW), which is going to get expensive really fast for all those who wish to subscribe to LTT, BitWit and all our favourite creators who will eventually join floatplane! It would be much appreciated if we were also allowed to join the cool kids without a surcharge. PS: If any of the above info is incorrect, I sincerely apologise. TL;DR The subscription price hike on floatplane sucks for us international members who couldn't subscribe on the LTT forum for US$ 2.99 via PayPal
  4. redoxDucks


    The blade looks pretty great!
  5. redoxDucks

    Do you guys put your PCs on your desk or below it?

    My previous PC was a fairly compact mid tower. Kept it under the desk on a wheeled tray. My current build is in a MasterCase Pro 5. Doesn't fit under my desk anymore...
  6. redoxDucks

    Tesoro Excalibur v2 & Sagitta Spectrum Giveaway

    I would like the mouse because I have a great Unicomp Model M buckling spring mechanical keyboard that works great... But my Cyborg R.A.T 7 Albino Edition mouse is terrible with Linux and pretty sketchy overall...