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Finally decided on the case for my downsizing build. Geeek A60P

 

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On 9/22/2020 at 8:05 PM, Velcade said:

Are these made for Yorkshire Terriers or made of Yorkies?

Both ;)


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8 hours ago, Velcade said:

You just bought a Glock, no need for swol

Anybody can buy a gun, you have to work for gainz.

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4 hours ago, Grumpy Old Man said:

Strange that the USB-interface also works on Linux 😕

Given the fact that it basically will be a bog standard USB to 2x line-in adapter, I don't see why that would be unusual. Did you also test to see if it works on Windows?

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22 hours ago, Alex Ushigome said:

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Wtf.. theses bots man.. that's 6 times the price of my PC!


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49 minutes ago, Benji said:

Given the fact that it basically will be a bog standard USB to 2x line-in adapter, I don't see why that would be unusual. Did you also test to see if it works on Windows?

I haven't tested. I only use Linux, but I have Win PE somewhere. Need to try at some point in this millennium. 🤥

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22 hours ago, Grumpy Old Man said:

Holy crap it cost same as cattle dog

 

12 minutes ago, Sir Asvald said:

Wtf.. theses bots man.. that's 6 times the price of my PC!

 

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22 hours ago, Radioactive Snowman said:

I'm still waiting on it, its backordered with OCUK. Near the front of the queue though so shouldnt be too long

Have a 3080 TUF on backorder myself! I'm just happy i could order one at least. Ordered for 799€, now the same listing is up to 879€. Still hoping it will arrive in the next 6 months :D 


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Ordered the rest of the parts to go with the A60P. I get home in a few days. They should all be there not too long after me! Getting excited now....

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New winter tires ; Michelin Xi2 215 70R16 for $590 CAD tx in

 

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3 hours ago, wkdpaul said:

New winter tires ; Michelin Xi2 215 70R16 for $590 CAD tx in

 

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Same size that I need for mah SUV.

Since you live in Montreal, it would be nice to know how they perform.

(Deciding to go with All-Weather like the Michelin CrossClimate 2 or commit to full-on Winter tires; SUV is driven only in the Fall / Winter months anyways)

 

Looking to swap the aging all-season Michelin Defender LTX M/S ... they just don't work the best when there is more snow / ice on the ground.

Doesn't matter if you have S-AWC AWD or not ._.

Spooky incident when it snowed here in the West Coast back in February this year.

 

 


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1 hour ago, -rascal- said:

 

Same size that I need for mah SUV.

Since you live in Montreal, it would be nice to know how they perform.

(Deciding to go with All-Weather like the Michelin CrossClimate 2 or commit to full-on Winter tires; SUV is driven only in the Fall / Winter months anyways)

 

Looking to swap the aging all-season Michelin Defender LTX M/S ... they just don't work the best when there is more snow / ice on the ground.

Doesn't matter if you have S-AWC AWD or not ._.

Spooky incident when it snowed here in the West Coast back in February this year.

They won't be on the car until November, my first time with Michelin Xi2, but reviews (from other Canadians) are good.

 

Anywhere that goes under 40F for longer periods should have mandatory winter tire laws like we have up here, better pay a few hundreds every few years and be safe than not and getting into an accident and risking your life (IMO).

 

My previous winter tires were Yoko, can't remember the model (got rid of them last winter, they were getting dangerously low on threads).


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1 hour ago, -rascal- said:

 

Looking to swap the aging all-season Michelin Defender LTX M/S ... they just don't work the best when there is more snow / ice on the ground.

Doesn't matter if you have S-AWC AWD or not ._.

Spooky incident when it snowed here in the West Coast back in February this year.

 

 

I haven't used these Michelins, but Blizzaks do well over here in the winter. 

I've also just ran center siped KM/2s though. Doesn't take much to be better than them with a Lincoln locker though.. Actually that's what got me to buy a new truck. Going along about 80kph, made a long turn and the little Toyota got rear end happy. Drove out of the ditch and to the dealership for a more...managable... truck.


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Upgrade complete...

 

...finally I can relax and move on to other stuff...

 

 

 

 

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Wish it would go on my carrier but it's a Verizon phone

 


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22 minutes ago, sub68 said:

Wish it would go on my carrier but it's a Verizon phone

 

What did you buy it for, then? Not only will probably the Verizon branding (and thus most likely SIM-lock (thankfully that is illegal in Germany)) be a problem, but also the fact that it is CDMA-only.

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bought some phosphorescent paint

time to make some HP and MP potion as desk ornament

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wish the red was darker tho, but it'll do


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42 minutes ago, Benji said:

Not only will probably the Verizon branding (and thus most likely SIM-lock

its sim lock

42 minutes ago, Benji said:

What did you buy it for, then?

fun/prop also I paid 1usd plus a bunch of light bulbs


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Look at what customs did to my new mousepad XD the seller labelled it as "phone case"

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1 minute ago, rice guru said:

Look at what customs did to my new mousepad XD the seller labelled it as "phone case"

 

oh rip


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