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Skanky Sylveon

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About Skanky Sylveon

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    Fucking Dr. Eggman's wife.


  • CPU
    Threadripper 1920x
  • Motherboard
    ASRock X399 Taichi
  • RAM
    32 GB Gskill Flare X 3200
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1080
  • Case
    Fractal Design meshify s2
  • Storage
    Samsung 960 evo 250 GB
  • PSU
    EVGA P2 850w
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-U14S TR4-SP3

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129,750 profile views

    I can't even. 

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    ¡Amigos, reúnanse y sean testigos del verdadero poder de neo México! Vamos a seguir adelante y recuperar lo que es legítimamente nuestro! ¡El diablo blanco ya no se burlará de nuestra especie con nuestros sombreros!


    I have officially insulted both Mexicans and caucasians at the same time.

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    I'm not ok with this. 

    1. VegetableStu


      you know the strength training thing a few monks do for the iron egg thing...

    2. Schnoz


      This is literal child abuse.


      Just like when I dropped my laptop and it landed on the charging port (had a 1.5-inch-long connector sticking to it). Miraculously it somehow survived.

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    Some people just want to watch the world burn. 

    1. ARikozuM


      I do as well. White lace with a bow on the front. 

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    More gutted batteries. 



    Interesting colors here.


    I tested the voltage, and some read as low as 2.4v, while some read as high as 2.7v.

    They were clearly not fully charged, but what I found interesting was the diffrent voltage readings. 

    These were all in a laptop, so they should all largely be the same voltage ununless B grade stock was used (B grade batteries aren't consistent with their amount of voltage per charge level, nor are they constant with their watt hours).


    While this may seem egregious, these were in a 350 dollar laptop, so budget cuts like this should be expected. 

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    2. ARikozuM


      I hope you aren't paying a lot. 

    3. Skanky Sylveon

      Skanky Sylveon

      @CUDAcores89 People aren't giving laptops to me, my mom is a fucking idiot and leaves laptops out where the cats can pee on.


      One of them was 1500 dollars. 

    4. imreloadin


      Dem nudes...


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    More batteries. 



    These are flat semi flexible. 

  7. This is my favorite rendition of Clownpiece's theme.




    This song deserves much more then 180 likes.

  8. I guess that I'm going the whole DIY route with USB cables. 



    This will look nice on the keyboard. 

    I wonder if I could make money off of this. 

  9. @ARikozuM I require your T cells.

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    2. ARikozuM


      I'm fresh out of Skynet today. Come back tomorrow.

    3. DrMacintosh


      Sorry, fresh out. He's got some spare U and S cells though. I can call you when I get a new shipment of T cells. (I'm @ARikozuM's wear-house manager)

    4. Tech_Dreamer


      is it coincidental that a HIV virus asks of the same. :ph34r:

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    Ok, I found a more appropriate device. 



    Fuck paying a premium for coiled cables, this is fucking easy. 

    And fuck you @Den-Fi!

  11. Alright, so I got a coiled cable from aliexpress, but the manufacturer accidentally sent the wrong USB port.



    I needed a type c, not a mini.

    I contacted the seller, but realized that the wording was a bit confusing so I ordered another one and triple checked the USB type.


    Unfortunately my phone acted up and I accidentally ordered 3 extra, so I cancelled the three extra, but aliexpress needs the seller's permission to cancel.


    At this point I'm getting fed up, I can't even find nice designs for USB C.

    I guess if you want to do anything right, you gonna do it yourself. 



    Here's a test, it's an old cable. 

    I wrapped it around a broom handle and applied heat with a heatgun.



    For a first attempt, this came out wonderful. 

    Gonna get something with a smaller diameter and put it under the heat for longer next.



    1. Kaloob


      Using my PowerA Micro USB connector and my s8's included adapter works very well. 

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    Much better. 

    I increased the extruder retraction length and speed, as well as increasing the support percentage. 

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    A semi successful first print. 

    My supports are too thin for PETG, causing some problems, so I'm increasing the support materials by 0.4mm.


    Lowering the print speed did help with stringing, but caused excessive deformation on the Z scarring area, so I'm keeping the travel speed the same, but increasing the print speed slightly. 


    Dimensional accuracy is good, but it's still a bit crooked, so I'm going to edit my model a bit.

  14. Someone: "you can't power a 5v fan with a single AAA battery."


    Me: "hold my beer."


    1. Schnoz


      Someone: "You can't power a bloweymatron with a Tazer."

      Me: "Hold my non-alcoholic-carbonated-drink since I'm a minor."

      Me: *creates MiG-25 engine*

    2. Tech_Dreamer


      interesting. i could use this to make a desk fan out of the wrecked PSU fan i have lying around. but i dont thing it wont make any air move with the blade design intended to do close range cooling.

    3. Skanky Sylveon

      Skanky Sylveon

      @Tech_Dreamer What I'm doing isn't the most practical. 

      I mostly did it to prove some idiot who thought that they knew what they are talking about wrong. 


      Typical AAA or AA batteries run at around 1.6v.  What I'm doing is wiring that one AAA battery to a boost converter which in layman's terms converters watts to volts. 


      However AAA batteries have horrible wattage potential and real low watt hours.  You're better off using a AA or even better running two AAs in series, that will give you 3.2v to work with, needing less wattage to be converted and thus greatly increasing battery life. 


      If you have a non functional laptop and you are brave, you can extract lithium cells which would be ideal since you can recharge them with the appropriate charger circuit. 



    Why do people like this exist?

    Is his goal to kill people?  Yes, bleach would probably kill viruses, bacteria, and parasites, but it would also kill you.