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Bought this stuff for my upcoming NAS build mainly because of a 40€ Steam promo with the motherboard. I'm already regretting this though because apparently the promo is closed and the motherboard might not be up for the tasks I wanna challenge it with. 

Also got 16gb ddr4 with it. 

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Gaming HTPC:

R7 1700X@stock - Cryorig C7 - Asus ROG B350-i - Asus GTX 1080 Strix - 16gb G.Skill Ripjaws V 3333mhz - Silverstone SX500-LG - 500gb 960 EVO - Fractal Design Node 202 - Samsung 60KS7090 - Logitech G502 - Thrustmaster T500RS - Noblechairs Icon


Desktop PC:
i7 2600k @stock - H100i GTX - Asus P8Z77-i Deluxe - Asus GTX 1050Ti Strix - 16gb HyperX Fury 1866mhz - EVGA 750G2 - 250gb 840 EVO - 6TB WD My Book Duo (Reds) - Enthoo Evolv ITX - Dell U3415W - Benq XL2411T - Qpad MK-85 Brown - Logitech MX518 - Blue Yeti Platinum - Noblechairs Icon 


Boss-NAS [Build Log]:
R5 2400G - Noctua NH-D14 - Asus Prime X370-Pro - 16gb G.Skill Aegis 3000mhz - Seasonic Focus Platinum 550W - Fractal Design R5* - 
250gb 970 Evo - 2x500gb 860 Evo (Raid0) - 6x4TB WD Red (RaidZ2)

 

Audio Gear:

Hifiman HE-400i - Kennerton Magister - Beyerdynamic DT880 250Ohm - AKG K7XX - Fostex TH-X00 - O2 Amp/DAC Combo - 
Klipsch RP280F - Klipsch RP160M - Klipsch RP440C - Yamaha RX-V479

 

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GTX 780 DCU2 // 8600GTS // Hifiman HE-400i // Kennerton Magister
Folding all the Proteins! // Boincerino

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11 minutes ago, FloRolf said:

Bought this stuff for my upcoming NAS build mainly because of a 40€ Steam promo with the motherboard. I'm already regretting this though because apparently the promo is closed and the motherboard might not be up for the tasks I wanna challenge it with. 

Also got 16gb ddr4 with it. 

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You'll be fine, I think that build would be powerful enough for a NAS to stream like 4K @60Hz or something like that. I mean at least you've got the RGB hype train in your station when ya know what I mean. 😉

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8 minutes ago, Pascal... said:

You'll be fine, I think that build would be powerful enough for a NAS to stream like 4K @60Hz or something like that. I mean at least you've got the RGB hype train in your station when ya know what I mean. 😉

Yeah I know it will be powerful enough with my 2400G installed, but it doesn't have the ports I need, but I have to double check that again. 


Gaming HTPC:

R7 1700X@stock - Cryorig C7 - Asus ROG B350-i - Asus GTX 1080 Strix - 16gb G.Skill Ripjaws V 3333mhz - Silverstone SX500-LG - 500gb 960 EVO - Fractal Design Node 202 - Samsung 60KS7090 - Logitech G502 - Thrustmaster T500RS - Noblechairs Icon


Desktop PC:
i7 2600k @stock - H100i GTX - Asus P8Z77-i Deluxe - Asus GTX 1050Ti Strix - 16gb HyperX Fury 1866mhz - EVGA 750G2 - 250gb 840 EVO - 6TB WD My Book Duo (Reds) - Enthoo Evolv ITX - Dell U3415W - Benq XL2411T - Qpad MK-85 Brown - Logitech MX518 - Blue Yeti Platinum - Noblechairs Icon 


Boss-NAS [Build Log]:
R5 2400G - Noctua NH-D14 - Asus Prime X370-Pro - 16gb G.Skill Aegis 3000mhz - Seasonic Focus Platinum 550W - Fractal Design R5* - 
250gb 970 Evo - 2x500gb 860 Evo (Raid0) - 6x4TB WD Red (RaidZ2)

 

Audio Gear:

Hifiman HE-400i - Kennerton Magister - Beyerdynamic DT880 250Ohm - AKG K7XX - Fostex TH-X00 - O2 Amp/DAC Combo - 
Klipsch RP280F - Klipsch RP160M - Klipsch RP440C - Yamaha RX-V479

 

Reviews and Stuff:

GTX 780 DCU2 // 8600GTS // Hifiman HE-400i // Kennerton Magister
Folding all the Proteins! // Boincerino

Useful Links:
Do you need an AMP/DAC? // Recommended Audio Gear // PSU Tier List 

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I bought a mic to plug into my Hd558 headphones. I don't have pictures but here is the amazon page.

 

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Case: Modded Lian-LI PC-08

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PSU: 1000W something or other I forget

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Keyboard: Corsair Gaming K70 LUX RGB MX Browns

Mouse: Logitech G600

Headphones: Sennheiser HD558

Operating System: Windows 10 Pro

 

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Just now, FloRolf said:

Yeah I know it will be powerful enough with my 2400G installed, but it doesn't have the ports I need, but I have to double check that again. 

That sucks

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@MEC-777 I haven't played too much of SoulCalibur 6 yet, but it's a pretty good game so far.  I mostly only played story mode.  You start off as Kilik at the start of the story.  A certain event happens that forces you to play as Maxi eventually.  I played all of Kilik's parts and 2 parts of Maxi's.  I really love the combat system as you are forced to change it up.  If you spam the same thing the character you're fighting will learn quickly then counter and kick your ass.  It feels like an SNK fighter, and I love that.


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5 hours ago, valdyrgramr said:

@MEC-777 I haven't played too much of SoulCalibur 6 yet, but it's a pretty good game so far.  I mostly only played story mode.  You start off as Kilik at the start of the story.  A certain event happens that forces you to play as Maxi eventually.  I played all of Kilik's parts and 2 parts of Maxi's.  I really love the combat system as you are forced to change it up.  If you spam the same thing the character you're fighting will learn quickly then counter and kick your ass.  It feels like an SNK fighter, and I love that.

Cool. I'm definitely temped to pick it up and get back into it. I know in the earlier games, you could get really good a certain characters and just spam certain moves to win more easily. Glad they've made the AI smarter in defending in that regard. Should help make the gameplay more interesting. 

 

How is the custom character creation? Or have you played with that much yet?  


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1 hour ago, MEC-777 said:

Cool. I'm definitely temped to pick it up and get back into it. I know in the earlier games, you could get really good a certain characters and just spam certain moves to win more easily. Glad they've made the AI smarter in defending in that regard. Should help make the gameplay more interesting. 

 

How is the custom character creation? Or have you played with that much yet?  

Haven't played that far in.  But, there's a mode dedicated to playing as a custom character.  Personally, I'm more interested in playing as Kilik as I always mained him, but I'm going to try custom char later.


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I bought EL wire for my dashboard

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Only intended to get a 2080... but the monkey on my back wouldn't fuck off.


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20 minutes ago, JokerProduction said:

 

What vehicle is this?  I'm usually pretty good at figuring it out but this one I don't have a clue

 

some semi truck i think... the badge on the steering wheel looks like it says freightliner i think 


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2 hours ago, JokerProduction said:

 

What vehicle is this?  I'm usually pretty good at figuring it out but this one I don't have a clue

 

 

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Siglent Sva1015x spectrum analyzer

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Got a whole lot of camera-related gear, but let's first talk about this.

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It's a wriststrap called the Peak Design Cuff designed for cameras ranging from big DSLRs to compact point-and-shoots.

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I went with a wriststrap because I hated how cumbersome conventional neck/shoulder straps proved to be in my daily use, sometimes getting dangled up on tripods and other times just becoming a chore to store. The Cuff solves many of my issues mostly because it's small and fits snugly onto my wrist, so I can use my camera as freely as I want to with the added security of it being attached to some part of me.

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My favorite part though is that it can easily be detached, leaving only anchor points that I can then reattach either the Cuff or other straps with the Peak Design anchor on them (they do sell the anchors separately, so you can put them on the strap you already have). It also folds up to become a pretty solid bracelet.


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On 10/20/2018 at 7:28 AM, campy said:

 

 

Ayyy! I just saw this truck yesterday in a Boss Truckers compilation! :D


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10 hours ago, Kirrr said:

Ayyy! I just saw this truck yesterday in a Boss Truckers compilation! :D

where lol?


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15 hours ago, campy said:

where lol?

Oi, wrong number, but still: Truckers :D


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On 10/21/2018 at 10:30 PM, D13H4RD2L1V3 said:

Got a whole lot of camera-related gear, but let's first talk about this.

 

It's a wriststrap called the Peak Design Cuff designed for cameras ranging from big DSLRs to compact point-and-shoots.

 

I went with a wriststrap because I hated how cumbersome conventional neck/shoulder straps proved to be in my daily use, sometimes getting dangled up on tripods and other times just becoming a chore to store. The Cuff solves many of my issues mostly because it's small and fits snugly onto my wrist, so I can use my camera as freely as I want to with the added security of it being attached to some part of me.

 

My favorite part though is that it can easily be detached, leaving only anchor points that I can then reattach either the Cuff or other straps with the Peak Design anchor on them (they do sell the anchors separately, so you can put them on the strap you already have). It also folds up to become a pretty solid bracelet.

Aye, I shot video of 2 hiking trips and a road trip over the summer with a dslr, bought a bunch of different straps and accessories but only ended up using the $5 wrist strap I got on amazon.

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On 10/21/2018 at 7:54 PM, bob345 said:

Siglent Sva1015x spectrum analyzer

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So, a package arrived at my doorstep. What's in it?

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Well....it's a box.....with a heap of bubble wrap around it.

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Even MORE bubble wrap!

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I didn't order a water pump.....hang on.....

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So, yeah. If you can't bear to see that overly cheesy unboxing, the lens that I ordered just arrived not too long ago. It's the Sony SEL18135 lens for the Sony APS-C E-Mount with a 27-202.5mm equivalent FoV and a variable f/3.5-f/5.6 aperture. This lens was released at the beginning of this year as another standard zoom lens option aside from the Sony SELP18105G and the Sony/Zeiss SEL1670Z, both of which are around 4 years of age at this point.

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Funnily enough, all the shots you saw were shot on another SEL18135, although that one was on loan from a dad's friend, who has my Sigma 30mm f/1.4 DC DN that I loaned to him in exchange.

 

If you were asking why the lens came in a box made for a car engine's water pump, I ordered a "white box" unit, meaning that this lens was originally part of a camera kit (my guess is a Sony a6500 + SEL18135 kit) but the person who purchased said kit only wanted the camera body and not the lens. As such, the lens is removed from the kit and sold separately at a significant discount. It still maintains the original manufacturer's warranty and is still pretty much brand-new.

 

It costs a shade over $400, which is actually a really good price considering that retail units go for $600+, especially since it's practically a brand-new lens.

 

And wanna know how much bubble wrap was used in total?

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