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SageC

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About SageC

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1998-11-26

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Alberta, Canada

System

  • CPU
    i7 4770k
  • Motherboard
    Asus Z87 Maximus VI Formula
  • RAM
    G Skill Ripjaws X 16GB
  • GPU
    Zotac GTX 1070
  • Case
    Thermaltake Core P5
  • Storage
    Samsung 840 EVO 120GB, Samsung 850 EVO 500GB, Seagate 1TB Hybrid
  • PSU
    Corsair 1200i
  • Cooling
    Be Quiet! Dark Rock TF
  • Keyboard
    Hand built mechanical 60%
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
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  1. You can find Chinese ones on eBay for about $8 which isn't that much more expensive. You are right that you'd need an extra power source and a motor driver board but I think the extra precision and robustness is a good enough trade off if you wanted this thing to work for more than a few hours.
  2. You guys should have used a transistor for switching it on and off and stepper motors would have worked better instead of servos. Also you guys need to get more building material in the warehouse besides supper cheap scrap plywood if want to keep doing these project videos.
  3. I'm having a similar issue. GIFs will just turn black and as play I get similar JPEG like artifacting. That makes me think it's just an issue with a recent chrome update. Edit: I have a 1070 as well so it could be an nVidia thing.
  4. For real though, they totally still sell hotcakes at Alberta McDonalds.
  5. My guess would be it has to do with your Chrome being a dev version as opposed to an official release.
  6. Chrome 43 on Windows 7, which is right. A score of 526.
  7. Wow, you know you've made it when people are willing to pirate your stuff to watch it. Also you should probably tag like Slick or at least a mod.
  8. Also check out this guy he's kinda like the LTT of lock picking: https://www.youtube.com/user/bosnianbill I'm not saying you're wrong, locks can ware down over time. But the mechanisms inside are a lot more robust than you are saying and it would take a lot of picks before any ware would start to show. It's not like you can stick a pick and the lock would stop working, you'd have to be really agressive with it and pick it for atleast 4 hours straight.
  9. The internals normally aren't strong than steel, so yeah they can ware down from from picking. But the internals are still metal so if you are picking a lock properly there should be no situation in which a thin ass peice of steel can brake solid brass.
  10. I think you are fine: http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lock_picking#Canada
  11. I don't think there's any actual way to damage a lock from picking it unless you are really bad at it and bitch pick the hell out of it or you pick it at least 100+ times.
  12. I started doing it a month ago and I really like it, I think it's a super useful skill and a fun hobby. Problem is I've ran out of locks, all the ones in my house I have memorized so I can pick the in 60 seconds easy.
  13. SageC

    WYR Day 69

    Penguins man, that's where it's at.
  14. ...You got me there. I guess I didn't really think that through. Here is this better: One more market where AMD has been pushed to the budget option.
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