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Sean W.

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  1. Hey Everyone, I just got an offer letter for a new sales job in the media and entertainment industry here in Los Angles, my official title is West Coast Regional Sales Manager and with a new job, comes a new work laptop. My previous laptop was a Microsoft Surface Laptop 2, which I liked a lot, and with the 3 version out, it is one I am keeping in mind. Models I currently have my eye on: - Surface laptop 3 13 & 15 - XPS 13 and 15 - A couple from Razer with a Dbrand skin to mute the "coolness" that would be out of place in a boardroom meeting
  2. This forum is shit. So far there's only been one helpful post in this thread
  3. A used monitor doent increase its value. But it also doesn't turn its value into complete shit either. "oh, its a used $1000 monitor, its only worth $80 now ".
  4. It could be argued that a used monitor is better. its already been tested and confirmed to be working 100% with no bleeding/dead pixels.
  5. youll trade me your $300 worth of monitors for my MSRP $1,000 monitor huh. how generous of you :rolleyes:
  6. kinda looking at the Acer B6 B32HK http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824009716&cm_re=32_4k-_-24-009-716-_-Product
  7. Thats a link for a $708 34UM95... uhm, thank you?
  8. hey guys, I love my 34UM95 Monitor, but Fallout 4 is being stupid and wont let me run the game in 21:9 3440x1440. I tried to fix the .ini file and it still wont work and I just dont want to deal with it anymore. 21:9 is amazing, but its just not game friendly. So I was chewing on the idea of getting a 4k monitor. I really haven't kept up on all the new monitors lately. I wasn't planning on upgrading from my monitor few years! So I was hoping you monitor gurus could recommend a monitor! I have a 4770K and SLI 980s so not really worried about being able to push all the pixels.
  9. Hey guys, Rattling around with the idea of doing a build with the "NCase M1 " Mini ITX case. unfortunatly there simply isnt enough unicorn tears in the world to shove a custom waterloop in a case that size, so for the first time since the original Corsair H50, Ill be forced to go back to an AIO. The MOST important thing to me when I build a computer is that its quiet, like inaudible. My 4770K SLI 980 sig rig is completely inaudible even at full load. I water cool to keep things quiet, not a single part of my rig is overclocked, tho its entirely watercooled. So my question is, having not pla
  10. Sean W.

    ASUS G501

    Is it just me or is the color Correction in this video horrible?
  11. So first thing I did with the new radiators is remove the " Acool " decal off the show side of each of the new radiators! It was a PITA and took forever Here is the case with all the radiators installed! Things are starting to get tight in there! Keep in mind Is till need to shove two GTX 980's in there! In the next couple pictures, you can get an idea of how tight things are and just how challenging plumbing this is going to be! Here you can see that the fan from the top radiator is actually touching the radiator on the back. Also, getting an 8pin CPU cable to that CPU p
  12. Im starting to get everything I need to finish the build! All I'm waiting for at this point is the waterblocks for the 980's which are on their way. So hopefully by this time next week she'll be all done and running! Today I received the radiators I'll be using to cool everything. The 2x Alphacool NexXxos ST30 240 and 1x ST30 120. I only use Alphacool radiators in my builds, to my knowledge they are the only radiators on the market that are made almost entirely out of copper. The important thing here is that the fins are made out of copper and not aluminum. In a build like this where ther
  13. tell me about that SR-71
  14. super quick update today. Just painted the radiator screws that I already had, black. its all in the details kiddies