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Dash Lambda

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About Dash Lambda

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    Dash Lambda
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  • Location
    Aperture Laboratories, Ambiguaville
  • Gender
  • Interests
    Science; Math, technology, engineering, every other related field pretty much, cubes (the twisty/mathy kind), clockmaking, and other things.

    Oh, and I'm on this forum so you should know, computers.
  • Biography
    I'm not biological, so you can't take a biograph.

    Wait, that's not what that is?
  • Occupation
    Software Developer


  • CPU
    R7 1700X (4 Ghz, Pstate)
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Crosshair 6 Hero
  • RAM
    G.Skill Trident Z RGB 32GB (4x8GB, 3200 Mhz, CL16)
  • GPU
    2x 980ti (Corsair Hydro GFX 980ti @1480Mhz, MSI 980ti Gaming)
  • Case
    Cooler-Master HAF XB (Mesh Top)
  • Storage
    256GB Samsung 950 Pro (System), 128GB Sandisk Ultra Plus (Steam), 4TB WD Red Pro
  • PSU
    Corsair HX1000i
  • Display(s)
    1280x1024 (Westinghouse), 1920x1080 (AOC), 1600x900 (HP), 1280x1024 (Thinkvision)
  • Cooling
    Corsair H110iGT with a pair of iPPC NF-A14's
  • Keyboard
    Ducky Shine 6 + G13 + Steam Controller
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Proteus Core, Logitech MX Master 2S
  • Sound
    Sennheiser HD558, Sennheiser HD8 DJ
  • Operating System
    Win10 64bit Education
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. We're actually not even sure how significant that is at the moment. A couple years ago there was an experiment going to determine the reliability of off-the-shelf computer hardware on the ISS, I don't think we've heard the results yet.
  2. That would be... kind'a rude, honestly.
  3. I mean, maybe some users. To me it just looks like an alternative, not really better or worse, just catering to different people.
  4. Honestly, I don't really consider the screen an improvement, unless it's magic. OLEDs still wear out really fast compared to LCD right? Sure, it'll look nicer, but what will it look like in 5 years? 10 years? And were people really asking for a bigger screen on a handheld? Double the internal storage is whatever because I can just stick a 512GB SD card in there. LAN port on the dock is nice but not a selling point, even for me. New kickstand is nice. Better audio is nice, but... if I want good audio I'll use headphones/IEMs. I mean, this is what Nintendo doe
  5. What about our favorite cubes? Or perhaps interesting things about cubes, or tips and tricks?
  6. I'm... not sure how you would build one. But you can sure as hell simulate one and render a 3D immersion.
  7. Not sure if you're joking or not, but Rubik's Hypercubes do exist. Not physically of course, but there's a program, I think it's called Magic Cube 4D.
  8. Makes more sense put that way I think. Basically just another Windows 10 update. It'd be weird to see it called Windows 11 though.
  9. And herein lies the confusion. I swear, I cannot find a way to read this that makes sense.
  10. Hmm... Portal 2 is the easy answer. Others include: - Halo (1, 2, 3, ODST, Reach, and -surprisingly- 4) - Half-Life (all of 'em, especially Alyx) - Dead Space (all of them, yes even 3) - A Hat in Time - Bioshock (also all of them) - Borderlands (just got 3, we'll see if this is another 'all of them') - Penumbra (Overture and Black Plague) - Warframe (help) - Undertale - Timeshift (just gave one random person the most unexpected burst of nostalgia)
  11. ... okay? Makes it kind'a hard to make suggestions. You haven't really presented much in the way of criteria.
  12. I'd really suggest normal earbuds/IEMs with a bluetooth amp/DAC. You'll get better sound quality, better connectivity, better battery life, better longevity, and better versatility across the board.
  13. I'd recommend a good set of wired headphones with a bluetooth-capable DAC/amp. I'm not sure what would be best for your budget, but I use a BTR5, have been for... a year or so? Not entirely sure. Either way, most audio sources in desktops/laptops/phones are a bit crap compared to what you can get with a dedicated unit, so with a BT+USB capable DAC/amp you get a consistently good source no matter where you use it, the ability to use your headphones as wired with no chance of compatibility weirdness, and you get to use dedicated headphones that make no compromises to fit a bunch of e
  14. Awesome! I don't have any experience with the Fiio FH3, though from the talk I've seen there doesn't seem to be anything wrong with them. Apparently they're pretty bassy. As for the cable, this is the one I got . It doesn't make a whole lot of noise and it's compliant enough that it doesn't really get in the way. Looks like the stock cable for the FH3 has a bent connector where the Linsoul connector is straight, not sure if that'll make a difference.