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    seon123 got a reaction from Origami Cactus for a status update, 3D printed macro pad update The diodes are soldered on, and the keycaps are being pri   
    3D printed macro pad update
     
    The diodes are soldered on, and the keycaps are being printed. The Pro Micro hasn't arrived yet, so it's not yet functional. 
    The colour temperature is way off on all of those pictures. And the Cherry MX Blue stem is nowhere near as vibrant as in the picture. 
  2. Like
    seon123 got a reaction from Origami Cactus for a status update, 3D printed macro pad update The diodes are soldered on, and the keycaps are being pri   
    3D printed macro pad update
     
    The diodes are soldered on, and the keycaps are being printed. The Pro Micro hasn't arrived yet, so it's not yet functional. 
    The colour temperature is way off on all of those pictures. And the Cherry MX Blue stem is nowhere near as vibrant as in the picture. 
  3. Like
    seon123 got a reaction from Origami Cactus for a status update, 3D printed macro pad update The diodes are soldered on, and the keycaps are being pri   
    3D printed macro pad update
     
    The diodes are soldered on, and the keycaps are being printed. The Pro Micro hasn't arrived yet, so it's not yet functional. 
    The colour temperature is way off on all of those pictures. And the Cherry MX Blue stem is nowhere near as vibrant as in the picture. 
  4. Like
    seon123 got a reaction from Origami Cactus for a status update, 3D printed macro pad update The diodes are soldered on, and the keycaps are being pri   
    3D printed macro pad update
     
    The diodes are soldered on, and the keycaps are being printed. The Pro Micro hasn't arrived yet, so it's not yet functional. 
    The colour temperature is way off on all of those pictures. And the Cherry MX Blue stem is nowhere near as vibrant as in the picture. 
  5. Like
    seon123 got a reaction from Origami Cactus for a status update, 3D printed macro pad update The diodes are soldered on, and the keycaps are being pri   
    3D printed macro pad update
     
    The diodes are soldered on, and the keycaps are being printed. The Pro Micro hasn't arrived yet, so it's not yet functional. 
    The colour temperature is way off on all of those pictures. And the Cherry MX Blue stem is nowhere near as vibrant as in the picture. 
  6. Funny
    seon123 got a reaction from Origami Cactus for a status update, This is Asus' extremely good reason for collecting user data: Looks like someone forg   
    This is Asus' extremely good reason for collecting user data:
    Looks like someone forgot to replace the placeholder and put in the actual text. So that's a good job on their part. 
  7. Funny
    seon123 got a reaction from Origami Cactus for a status update, This is Asus' extremely good reason for collecting user data: Looks like someone forg   
    This is Asus' extremely good reason for collecting user data:
    Looks like someone forgot to replace the placeholder and put in the actual text. So that's a good job on their part. 
  8. Like
    seon123 got a reaction from Origami Cactus for a status update, Status on the 3D printed split 60% keyboard: A very simple 3x4 key macro pad has been   
    Status on the 3D printed split 60% keyboard:
     
    A very simple 3x4 key macro pad has been printed out. This will be the proof of concept. I will make sure I know how to make the keyboard matrix, and I will check how QMK works. The switches will be the Cherry MX Blues I desoldered from my G710. The other parts will be shared with the 60%. $0,00 The diodes and the stabilisers have arrived. €1,00, £6,99 Two Pro Micros have been ordered. 2x $3,76 A 4 key Aliaz switch tester has been ordered. This will let me get a rough idea of the different weights, and the noise. $4,00 + $5,00 shipping An HDMI cable has been ordered. This will be to connect the two halves together. £1,29 The keycaps from a spare G710 will be used for most of the keys. Parts that have yet to be 3D-printed:
    The 60% case OEM profile keycaps for the ones that won't work from the G710 The only parts that hasn't been ordered yet are the switches, some foam, some sorbothane, some lube, and some paint and primer. 
     
    The total cost so far has been $28,50 (according to Google's currency calculator). The switches will add another $37, and the paint, primer and clear coat will probably be another ~$36 (might not get these). That's for the keyboard itself. For the silencing, the foam will be ~£6, and the sorbothane will be ~$16. I will probably buy the sorbothane later, if I decide that I want to silence it more. 
    The total cost without the painting supplies and sorbothane will be about $75. That's fairly reasonable, imo. 
     
  9. Like
    seon123 got a reaction from Origami Cactus for a status update, Status on the 3D printed split 60% keyboard: A very simple 3x4 key macro pad has been   
    Status on the 3D printed split 60% keyboard:
     
    A very simple 3x4 key macro pad has been printed out. This will be the proof of concept. I will make sure I know how to make the keyboard matrix, and I will check how QMK works. The switches will be the Cherry MX Blues I desoldered from my G710. The other parts will be shared with the 60%. $0,00 The diodes and the stabilisers have arrived. €1,00, £6,99 Two Pro Micros have been ordered. 2x $3,76 A 4 key Aliaz switch tester has been ordered. This will let me get a rough idea of the different weights, and the noise. $4,00 + $5,00 shipping An HDMI cable has been ordered. This will be to connect the two halves together. £1,29 The keycaps from a spare G710 will be used for most of the keys. Parts that have yet to be 3D-printed:
    The 60% case OEM profile keycaps for the ones that won't work from the G710 The only parts that hasn't been ordered yet are the switches, some foam, some sorbothane, some lube, and some paint and primer. 
     
    The total cost so far has been $28,50 (according to Google's currency calculator). The switches will add another $37, and the paint, primer and clear coat will probably be another ~$36 (might not get these). That's for the keyboard itself. For the silencing, the foam will be ~£6, and the sorbothane will be ~$16. I will probably buy the sorbothane later, if I decide that I want to silence it more. 
    The total cost without the painting supplies and sorbothane will be about $75. That's fairly reasonable, imo. 
     
  10. Like
    seon123 got a reaction from Origami Cactus for a status update, Status on the 3D printed split 60% keyboard: A very simple 3x4 key macro pad has been   
    Status on the 3D printed split 60% keyboard:
     
    A very simple 3x4 key macro pad has been printed out. This will be the proof of concept. I will make sure I know how to make the keyboard matrix, and I will check how QMK works. The switches will be the Cherry MX Blues I desoldered from my G710. The other parts will be shared with the 60%. $0,00 The diodes and the stabilisers have arrived. €1,00, £6,99 Two Pro Micros have been ordered. 2x $3,76 A 4 key Aliaz switch tester has been ordered. This will let me get a rough idea of the different weights, and the noise. $4,00 + $5,00 shipping An HDMI cable has been ordered. This will be to connect the two halves together. £1,29 The keycaps from a spare G710 will be used for most of the keys. Parts that have yet to be 3D-printed:
    The 60% case OEM profile keycaps for the ones that won't work from the G710 The only parts that hasn't been ordered yet are the switches, some foam, some sorbothane, some lube, and some paint and primer. 
     
    The total cost so far has been $28,50 (according to Google's currency calculator). The switches will add another $37, and the paint, primer and clear coat will probably be another ~$36 (might not get these). That's for the keyboard itself. For the silencing, the foam will be ~£6, and the sorbothane will be ~$16. I will probably buy the sorbothane later, if I decide that I want to silence it more. 
    The total cost without the painting supplies and sorbothane will be about $75. That's fairly reasonable, imo. 
     
  11. Like
    seon123 got a reaction from Cyberspirit for a status update, A new potential keyboard project on the horizon: a 3D printed split 60% keyboard. Her   
    A new potential keyboard project on the horizon: a 3D printed split 60% keyboard. 
    Here's the basis:
    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2402102
    I have access to 3D printers, and the filament is provided, so I can ignore the cost of the case and plate. I'm also thinking of either using the keycaps from a G710 and/or 3D printing keycaps.
    The controller would be either a pro micro, or a compatible unit. Those are fairly common and cheap. 
    For switches, I want something as silent as possible. Silenced Cherrys or Gaterons, most likely. Zilents would increase the cost by a lot (since the switches are the main cost for this project). Matias Quiet switches are also a thing, but then I'd have fewer options for keycaps, and I wouldn't be able to use the G710 keycaps. 
    I'll have to do more research about turning a pro micro into a keyboard, and what diodes and resistors I'd need. But it seems very doable and not that expensive. We'll see. 
  12. Like
    seon123 got a reaction from Cyberspirit for a status update, A new potential keyboard project on the horizon: a 3D printed split 60% keyboard. Her   
    A new potential keyboard project on the horizon: a 3D printed split 60% keyboard. 
    Here's the basis:
    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2402102
    I have access to 3D printers, and the filament is provided, so I can ignore the cost of the case and plate. I'm also thinking of either using the keycaps from a G710 and/or 3D printing keycaps.
    The controller would be either a pro micro, or a compatible unit. Those are fairly common and cheap. 
    For switches, I want something as silent as possible. Silenced Cherrys or Gaterons, most likely. Zilents would increase the cost by a lot (since the switches are the main cost for this project). Matias Quiet switches are also a thing, but then I'd have fewer options for keycaps, and I wouldn't be able to use the G710 keycaps. 
    I'll have to do more research about turning a pro micro into a keyboard, and what diodes and resistors I'd need. But it seems very doable and not that expensive. We'll see. 
  13. Like
    seon123 got a reaction from Cyberspirit for a status update, A new potential keyboard project on the horizon: a 3D printed split 60% keyboard. Her   
    A new potential keyboard project on the horizon: a 3D printed split 60% keyboard. 
    Here's the basis:
    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2402102
    I have access to 3D printers, and the filament is provided, so I can ignore the cost of the case and plate. I'm also thinking of either using the keycaps from a G710 and/or 3D printing keycaps.
    The controller would be either a pro micro, or a compatible unit. Those are fairly common and cheap. 
    For switches, I want something as silent as possible. Silenced Cherrys or Gaterons, most likely. Zilents would increase the cost by a lot (since the switches are the main cost for this project). Matias Quiet switches are also a thing, but then I'd have fewer options for keycaps, and I wouldn't be able to use the G710 keycaps. 
    I'll have to do more research about turning a pro micro into a keyboard, and what diodes and resistors I'd need. But it seems very doable and not that expensive. We'll see. 
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    seon123 got a reaction from LukeSavenije for a status update, I found these switches. Gaterons, but they glow in the dark. That's a bit childish, b   
    I found these switches. Gaterons, but they glow in the dark. That's a bit childish, but I also love the idea of them. 
    Linear, 50g actuation
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    seon123 got a reaction from LukeSavenije for a status update, I found these switches. Gaterons, but they glow in the dark. That's a bit childish, b   
    I found these switches. Gaterons, but they glow in the dark. That's a bit childish, but I also love the idea of them. 
    Linear, 50g actuation
  16. Informative
    seon123 got a reaction from Origami Cactus for a status update, If you click the page number on a topic, you can choose which page to go to. I did no   
    If you click the page number on a topic, you can choose which page to go to. I did not know that. 
     
  17. Informative
    seon123 got a reaction from Origami Cactus for a status update, If you click the page number on a topic, you can choose which page to go to. I did no   
    If you click the page number on a topic, you can choose which page to go to. I did not know that. 
     
  18. Informative
    seon123 got a reaction from Origami Cactus for a status update, If you click the page number on a topic, you can choose which page to go to. I did no   
    If you click the page number on a topic, you can choose which page to go to. I did not know that. 
     
  19. Informative
    seon123 got a reaction from Origami Cactus for a status update, If you click the page number on a topic, you can choose which page to go to. I did no   
    If you click the page number on a topic, you can choose which page to go to. I did not know that. 
     
  20. Informative
    seon123 got a reaction from Origami Cactus for a status update, The results after installing the Arctic Accelero Xtreme IV with Kryonaut on my overcl   
    The results after installing the Arctic Accelero Xtreme IV with Kryonaut on my overclocked Sapphire R9 280 Dual-X. CPU running Prime95 small FFT, GPU running Kombustor. All fans running at 100%.
    Before:
    Max temperature of 92°C on the GPU. The GPU was easily the loudest part of the system, and quite annoying.
    After
    Max temperature of 58°C on the GPU.
     
     
    So a significant temperature decrease after installing it. With the case fans running at about 400-500RPM and the stock fan curve on the GPU:
    Max temperature of 71°C on the GPU. The HDD is now the loudest part of the system. I can live with that.
     

  21. Informative
    seon123 got a reaction from Origami Cactus for a status update, The results after installing the Arctic Accelero Xtreme IV with Kryonaut on my overcl   
    The results after installing the Arctic Accelero Xtreme IV with Kryonaut on my overclocked Sapphire R9 280 Dual-X. CPU running Prime95 small FFT, GPU running Kombustor. All fans running at 100%.
    Before:
    Max temperature of 92°C on the GPU. The GPU was easily the loudest part of the system, and quite annoying.
    After
    Max temperature of 58°C on the GPU.
     
     
    So a significant temperature decrease after installing it. With the case fans running at about 400-500RPM and the stock fan curve on the GPU:
    Max temperature of 71°C on the GPU. The HDD is now the loudest part of the system. I can live with that.
     

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    seon123 got a reaction from Levent for a status update, The Accelero Xtreme 4 has arrived. Now starting to disassemble the card.   
    The Accelero Xtreme 4 has arrived. Now starting to disassemble the card. 
     
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    seon123 got a reaction from Levent for a status update, The Accelero Xtreme 4 has arrived. Now starting to disassemble the card.   
    The Accelero Xtreme 4 has arrived. Now starting to disassemble the card. 
     
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    seon123 got a reaction from Origami Cactus for a status update, Happy holidays, everyone! And now for some trivia: Today (Christmas Eve) marks 200 ye   
    Happy holidays, everyone!
     
    And now for some trivia:
    Today (Christmas Eve) marks 200 years since the christmas song "Silent Night" ("Stille Nacht") was first performed. 
    https://www.german-way.com/history-and-culture/holidays-and-celebrations/christmas/stille-nacht-silent-night/
  25. Funny
    seon123 reacted to seoz for a status update, HOLY SHIT CRYORIG http://www.cryorig.com/af41.php   
    HOLY SHIT CRYORIG
     
    http://www.cryorig.com/af41.php
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