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About Versi

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    I'm a techie minded gray wolf. I like cars, music, computers, and photography!
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    Electronics sales rep

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  1. The switchable bottom buttons are what I've been wanting for a long time with my nexus 4, but i'm not really wanting to root the phone either, so a stock OS that supports it? I'm game.
  2. Furry =/= MLP Not all Furries enjoy yiff (rule 34) < This Furry = No yiff.
  3. 3TB green drive just popped up on sale: http://us.ncix.com/products/index.php?sku=62178&vpn=WD30EZRX&manufacture=Western%20Digital%20WD&promoid=141 3
  4. I wouldn't say that the black is loud, I have a 1TB Black drive and its quieter than my external GoFlex drive! To be honest I can't even hear it, I just figured the Green would be even quieter.
  5. Would the Green drive be quieter as well? The 5400rpm vs the 7200rpm of the black?
  6. I have a Nikon d3100 and its been a great camera. Its my first DSLR and its got a built in guide mode to help explain something if you're out and about without your manual. I got mine as a kit with the 18-55mm and 55-200mm lens for $499 for a mothers day sale at Walmart. The difference between the $499 2x lens kit and the $449 standard 1 lens kit is the fact that the 1 lens kit has VR (vibration reduction) built into the lens. I will warm you though, when you're getting into this kind of stuff you kind of start to get an itch for more.. I find myself looking at new lenses all the time, I sense a new 50mm fixed focal length lens in my new future.. Here is a couple pictures I've taken with the camera, and I've only had this camera maybe two months now. A stray cat that stopped by for lunch at my house A friend wanted some pictures of his Subaru WRX STI The worst part about getting into this stuff for me has been wanting more more more! :P
  7. What about instead of random Joes giving feedback on something or asking basic questions about what GPU they should purchase with $XXX we do live interviews? We could possibly pick a few people from the forum or people you know maybe with a poll on here that people could vote on to have said person come onto the stream and talk. Interview them on something like what they run in there personal rig, what kind of games do they play, or what they do for a job. There are a lot more possibilities for a fun and more interactive stream and you'll get a conversation that has a bit of meaning behind it rather than what random person X thinks about topic A. You could even interview the people that are picked for build log of the week!
  8. I'm thinking about skipping out on the soundcard until later, I have decent on board audio for what it is with my crosshair v mobo. I don't need professional headphones, just something that will have a decent sound, a closed setup, be comfortable to wear, and have either a retractable mic like my past Siberia's or be detachable like those Asus rog headsets I've seen in the past.
  9. Looking for a PCi soundcard, the headphones will be used across my devices, the soundcard for my desktop only. I just don't really know about the 840s, a lot of reviewers say they're too heavy and get uncomfortable after a while. Coming from the Siberias, they felt pretty light up until my ears started hurting after about 2 or so hours.
  10. While those are nice, I would still want a good soundcard to go with them, and with them taking up most of my budget I think I'd rather have something a little cheaper(like <$175) and have a mid grade - high end PCi sound card to go with them.
  11. I need some help with recommendations of a new sound setup. I'm looking to get a new soundcard and headset. Would like to spend less than $200-$250 on the whole setup. I previously owned a pair of Siberia V2's and while they are nice headphones they were uncomfortable after a few hours of use. I have decent sound for an on board setup (Crosshair V) just looking for a bit more. I really like the whole idea behind 7H's with a retractable mic, detachable points for storage or travel, and the most enticing part to me, the interchangeable ear cups. I will be using these headphones/headset for use on the go too, so I'm kinda looking to stay away from a stationary boom mic, that being said I'm not opposed to using something like a mod mic. I'm not particularly that knowledgeable with soundcards, I know the difference between 5.1/7.1 and such but other than that its about the extent of it. Usage of this setup will be for just about everything, I have speakers but tend to wear headphones for fear of being too loud. I do play games, I'm listening to music most of the time I'm not playing games (sometimes even during!) and I watch movies as well. Some of the things I'm wanting to see in the new headphones: - Around the ear - 3 foot-ish long cable with extension - 3.5mm port - not USB - closed type mainly - comfortable for long hours of continuous use - preferably something that won't look too goofy in public What I'm looking for in the soundcard: - $50 - $80 - PCi - good headphone amp - at least 5.1 surround capable - preferably red or black (coolness factor is always important!) Now even though I gave a price range of $200 - $250 I wouldn't mind spending a little more if it would mean getting something much better. Here you can see why I would like a red or black one.. :P Thanks in advance for those who take the time to help me out! :)
  12. Awesome giveaway! I would love a new mobo cpu combo! Heres my link to my sharing:share of competition on another forum:http://www.club3g.com/forum/gaming-discussion/164515-intel-core-i7-3960x-extreme-edition-gigabyte-x79-ud3-giveaway.html#post3374339share of app on twitter: Check out Intel VIP Tech Zone on Google Play! play.google.com/store/apps/det… — Drake Stiehr (@DrakeStiehr) March 22, 2013 ultrabook giveaway link @ inteledge Skyrim! #IntelInspire — Drake Stiehr (@DrakeStiehr) March 22, 2013 https://twitter.com/DrakeStiehr/status/315142427319078913' rel="external nofollow">
  13. I use a pair of SP120's on my H100 setup for push, with my 2x200mm case fans above the rad, I couldn't stand the nose without the low noise adapters on them. My build is not silent by any means but it was just an absolutely unbearable drone or gushing air. It wouldn't be nearly as bad if I used headphones all the time, but they tend to hurt my ears after long game sessions, so a semi-quiet computer is good for me!