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About aidanf123

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  • Interests
    Gaming, Setups, Technology, PC Hardware, and producing technology focused Youtube Content!
  • Biography
    I like to produce tech Youtube content, and have an interest in all forms of technology! I also play the Tuba!
  • Occupation
    Full Time Student


  • CPU
    i7 4790
  • Motherboard
    Asus H97i
  • RAM
    16GB Corsair Vengeance LP 1600mhz
  • GPU
    Asus Strix GTX 970
  • Case
    Fractal Node 304
  • Storage
    Seagate Barracuda 3TB, Samsung 840 Evo 120GB
  • PSU
    Corsair AX760
  • Display(s)
    Dell U2711
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D14
  • Keyboard
    Rapoo KX
  • Mouse
    Logitech G602
  • Sound
    AKG K7XX, Scarlett 2i2, Audioengine A2, AT2020 Mic
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1

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  1. Thank you, I didn't think it was against CoC, but I'm glad you cleared that up. I do understand the point some of the others have, and I feel that before I go posting more I should contribute more to the forum, so I will make sure to do that. And thank you, I'm glad you liked the video. I'm trying to have a focus on high production value, so I'm glad you noticed! I thought that video reviews were allowed, so I'm glad I was correct. I think some people had some valid points about contribution to the forum, so I will try to be a more active member before posting again.
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    Seasonic g750 or..

    For a normal case you should have no problems with cable length. As for wattage, it's mainly price. In most case you do end up throwing away money by spending more, as unless you are going dual GPU's or doing some serious overclocking, 500w can run almost any system. In the end though, there is not harm besides to your wallet.
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    Does a soundcard really makes a difference?

    Honestly, if you aren't concerned about audio then it probably won't make much of a difference. It will also depend on your speakers/headphones, if they aren't very good you won't notice a difference. A DAC would also be a better choice, there isn't much reason to use soundcards anymore.
  4. I should stop letting the LTT forum distract me....

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    Seasonic g750 or..

    The PSU's mentioned in this thread are pretty good, if you want a guide on the most reputable PSU's check out this infographic: http://i.imgur.com/tgrbCnr.jpg As for wattage you could easily get away with around 500w, that would probably be a good range to have enough power, and some headroom in case you upgrade any parts. Good luck!
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    Looking for a cheap and good Mic

    Everyone tends to have a different idea of 'budget'. Ideally you should set out a rough amount that you are wanting to spend, and then suggestions can be give in that pricerange. That said there have been some good recommendations in this thread, with the Blue Snowball being a pretty decent entry level mic.
  7. In my experience, often times there is little difference in pricing between this sales, and even regular pricing. Your best bet would be just to keep an eye out for any good deals, and jump on them regardless of the day.
  8. I've read the code of conduct, but on re-reading it I noticed this rule: Repeated posting with constant referrals to other website(s) with no purpose other than the promotion of that website. My intention is not to use LTT's forum solely for advertising, but rather to contribute to this section with my content. However, I understand that since I am posting very little other than these threads that it could be interpreted that I am using it as advertising, and as such I will make sure to actively contribute on other boards on the forum before posting again. Thanks for clearing this up, and I will make sure I don't violate the CoC again. And ThatOneRussian, I'm glad you like it! I'm hoping to keep on making videos, so I'm glad people like them! I'll try to post a bit more on other boards before posting on here again hahaha.
  9. Hey Everyone! Today I'm looking at a $15 bluetooth speaker, the TekNmotion Air Capsule. I got this from Massdrop a bit over a year ago, and I have been pretty impressed at how small it is, yet the sound it puts out is pretty good. Check out the review here: <Link Removed> Aidan
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    Ikea Flintan $70 Office Chair Review

    I should also mention that I have found durability of the chair to be really good, as the material is almost as new since when I got it, which is really nice!
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    Ikea Flintan $70 Office Chair Review

    You can get armrests for it, but yeah, I can imagine for some people the lack of a headrest would detract from it. Personally, I haven't found it to be an issue, but chairs are a very subjective matter!
  12. Hey Everyone! Many people recently have been moved to upgrade their chair for better posture and comfort, with a large amount of people opting for expensive 'racer' chairs. However, can you get a good, comfortable office chair for less, or do you lose out too much by not spending enough? From what I've found so far the Ikea Flintan seems to offer a really comfortable sitting experience with a decent range of features at a pretty low price. For my full thoughts I have a full video review here: <Link Removed>
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    PC Upgrades or new phone?

    In the end, it really depends on what you need the most. If you think you are going to get the most out of a phone, go for that. If you are actually needing a PC upgrade (I've been sucked into the needless upgrades many a time) then go for that, otherwise if it is doing everything you need right now you might find your money would be better spent later on when you need an upgrade more. Also, for those recommending the 1+2, or even Note 4 or G4 you have to remember that is AUD. Coming from Australia, you aren't going to get any flagship phones for particularly cheap, as even a 1+2 is over $500 shipped and converted to AUD. Since this isn't a discussion about the phone choice I won't go into it, but in the end it is really your needs that determine it in the end. Good luck!
  14. Hey Everyone! Today I'm looking at a really cheap piece of film gear called the Fotga Fader ND Filter. ND filters are basically sunglasses for your camera, and stop light getting in, but they can be very expensive. The Fotga ND filter is only about $15 on ebay, so I thought that I would pick one up and check it out. I've been pretty happy with it so far, so you can check out my full review here: Thanks, Aidan
  15. Thanks man, I'm glad that you liked it!