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pommedeterror007

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About pommedeterror007

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  • Birthday November 27

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    pomme de ter-ror

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  • Location
    Sacramento California

System

  • CPU
    i7-6700k @ 4.6GHz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Z170X-UD5
  • RAM
    Corsair LPX 32GB (8gb x 4) @ 3000MHz
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1080 FTW @ 2.1GHz
  • Case
    Enthoo Pro M
  • Storage
    OS: 850 Pro 256gb, 1TB WD blue, 2x 840 pro 256gb RAID
  • PSU
    Corsair RM850
  • Display(s)
    Asus MG278Q (2560x1440) @ 144Hz
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow Chroma
  • Mouse
    Logitech G700s
  • Sound
    Hyper X cloud II + separate speaker system
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
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  1. Getting a new DSLR, Which is best of these options.

    I have the stock 18-55 and a 55-200mm but im selling the lenses with my current camera.
  2. Getting a new DSLR, Which is best of these options.

    I can get a d750 new for 1200 right now but ive decided that im going to use my fathers d600 in meantime and wait for the d760 or which ever refresh it will be.
  3. So I currently own a nikon d3300, its been an amazing camera for me however I need to upgrade. I have some great pricing on nikons available to me while canons I get for normal pricing. The main cameras ive been looking at are the following Nikon: D7500, D610, D750, Canon: 80D, 6D mark 1 I will be using these for mostly photos (90-95% of the time) While doing occasional video. I like the really quick turn on time with my current nikon and would like to keep that, I also would like to get one with a flexible screen for more difficult shots but id rather get something better without flexible screen than the other way around. Not sure what else to add. But I appreciate any advice/questions etc.
  4. i7 8700k + H100i v2 Overclocking Help

    my favorite monitoring software is CPUID Hardware Monitor, it has like every possible thing on there including clock speeds, individual core temps, frequencies etc. As for the OCing, take it slow, dont rush it. Keep in mind this will overtime make you rage. For best results, OCing should take about an hour to 2 hours depending. I have an 8700k myself and 4.7Ghz shouldnt be too hard, you should be able to hit that with around 1.34V if im correct. You might see temps around like 60-70c if you push it decently hard with that AiO.
  5. What happens to the older pc parts after a build?

    they keep most of the parts and re use them later.
  6. Anyone got a Robotic Vacuum hoover?

    I have a iRobot Roomba 690. Its more useful than I thought. I have a semi large area that it cleans and its very random (the higher end ones will try and sense your house and get better the more they run). Its very handy for dust, and pet hair and gathers alot more than I thought. I have some pretty thick rugs that it has no issues going ontop of and cleaning. It doesnt do great at deep cleaning but gets most of the surface stuff. HOWEVER I also have lots of wires on floors cus im lazy and dirty and sometimes plastic wrapping. IT WILL get wires stuck on the brushes and or sweeping thing and stop cleaning until you fix the issue. The roombas have these "light" towers that you can place in spots or doorways to prevent it from going into said areas.
  7. How much is fair for a Like New Nikon D3300

    Theres no program through nikon that allows me to do that. (Ive downloaded each software off the website and checked around)
  8. How much is fair for a Like New Nikon D3300

    For what reasons? out of curiosity
  9. How much is fair for a Like New Nikon D3300

    I work at best buy and seeing how many claims we get for our accidental protection, its quite funny how common it is.
  10. How much is fair for a Like New Nikon D3300

    https://www.olegkikin.com/shutterlife/nikon_d3300.htm Heres a chart of shutter life based on user data. Average is 59K
  11. How much is fair for a Like New Nikon D3300

    9841 actuations. I used one of those shutter counting tools online where you upload the last photo as it apparently stores the info in pictures.
  12. So im looking into selling my DSLR to upgrade to a new one and a friend of mine stated that his sister was looking to buy one so he asked how much I wanted for mine. He knows I take good care of my electronics so he trusts me and the cameras condition. The camera itself is in great condition, never dropped, nicked, or damaged. The worst part is that some of the matte finish has rubbed off so its more "shiny". Almost always kept in a bag when not in use, camera screen always has had a screen protector. Lenses have always had UV filters for protection and always kept with caps on. As for accessories I have pretty much everything. Camera, Stock Lens (Nikon DX VR 18-55mm 1:3.5-5.6 G2) and a Nikon DX (55-200mm 1: 4-5.6G ED), Both Lenses have UV Filter (for protection) 2 Batteries (original and one from bestbuy) Original Charger, Cables, Documents, and Box. Wireless WiFi Module Basic Camera Bag USB 3.0 Memory Card Reader 16GB Sandisk Extreme Basic Lens Cleaner Tool. Basic tripod What do you guys think is a fair price? Ebay Sold Posts show ~300-450$ (varies alot on accessories)
  13. Yeah it would be in the pocket area, Normally all i have in the pocket is the bluetooth adapter i have.
  14. Looking at some single DIN receivers for my car (accord 2003 coupe non nav), mainly I use it with bluetooth but occasionally i have someone use AUX. I cant decide which of these 3 I should get and would love some feedback. Sound quality is most important, I have JBL Speakers instead of stock. USBs arent a concern. Not sure what other info matters. Any advice and feedback will be greatly appreciated. Kenwood KDC-BT572U (85$) VS Kenwood KDC-BT772HD (105$) VS Pioneer DEH-S6010BS (85$) I have some connections that allows me to get them at a lower price
  15. 960 Pro (512gb) to 970 Pro (512gb) upgrade.

    970 pros are like 70$ cheaper haha.
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