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About TopHatProductions115

  • Title
    Destroyer of Universes

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    TopHatProductions115 #0476
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    lol - not telling
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  • Battle.net
    No more - Hong Kong
  • PlayStation Network
  • Xbox Live
    I have one. But you're still not getting it :)
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  • Location
    Edge of the Void
  • Interests
    too many to detail.
  • Biography
    too much to detail.
  • Occupation
    Hat of Destruction


  • CPU
    2x Intel Xeon X5680's
  • Motherboard
    Dell 6FW8P + H236F OEM Motherboard
  • RAM
    48GB (12x4GB) DDR3-1333 PC3-10600R ECC
  • GPU
    nVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070
  • Case
    Dell Precision T7500 (OEM)
  • Storage
    (4x2TB) HITACHI HUA722020ALA330 HDDs
  • PSU
    Dell W301G H1100EF-00
  • Display(s)
    MSI Optix MAG24C
  • Cooling
    Dell Precision OEM cooling shroud(s)
  • Keyboard
    Logitech K120
  • Mouse
    Logitech M325
  • Sound
    Creative Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS SB0350
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Enterprise
  • Laptop
    Black Apple MacBook (2008) + HP EliteBook 8770w
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  1. I have a Logitech M325 that likes to randomly decide when it will and won't work. That's the mouse I'm using on the T7500 workstation. Probably should get it replaced soon, seeing that it eats through batteries while being an unreliable POS. I'm pretty sure a wired mouse could be a better investment for me, seeing that my mouse tends to stay on my desk 🤔

    1. Bombastinator


      My money is on a cracked wire or solder joint.  Or dirt or wear if it’s a ball mouse.


      wired mice are cheaper, faster, don’t take batteries, and are handily attaches to the computer so they can’t get lost.   When wireless mice first came out they were for laptops and travelers.  People for whom constantly plugging and unplugging a a cord and carrying it around was a PITA.