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TheRandomness

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About TheRandomness

  • Title
    GPU serial killer
  • Birthday January 4

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Headphones?

System

  • CPU
    R5 2400G
  • Motherboard
    ASRock A300M-STX
  • RAM
    G-Skill Ripjaws DDR4-2800 16GB
  • GPU
    AMD R9 290 Sapphire Tri-X OC (The Titadeon), currently R9 Nano
  • Case
    None
  • Storage
    128GB Plextor M6S SSD, 2TB Seagate thing
  • PSU
    A mix
  • Display(s)
    Samsung C32F391
  • Cooling
    AMD Wraith Spire
  • Keyboard
    Custom maybe
  • Mouse
    Logitech MX Master 3
  • Sound
    Hifiman Sundara, Stax SR-202
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    Asus FX505DT
  • Phone
    Xiaomi Mi Mix 3

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  1. Less just repeatedly pausing and swapping materials, and more inserting another printed part like you would if you paused a print to insert a bearing.
  2. If it's such that one part must slide into another, and the centre needs to be printed in a different material (say, imagine two concentric cylinders, inside in PETG and outside in PLA), you could print the core first, then when printing the outside, you can tell the printer to pause at a layer for you to then insert the core, and then continue printing to embed the core. An example to explain what I mean because I have no clue how else to say it lol
  3. You're asking a lot of your potential machine. If anything, you could get an Ender 3 V2 / Ender 5 and just upgrade the hell out of it. An E3D Chimera as an upgrade with their stainless steel/nozzle X nozzles (as you want to print abrasives) would fulfill the print two things requirements -- though that would require firmware changes and most likely, you'd need to upgrade the mainboard. And, as you want to print abrasives, that somewhat limits your choices. With a requirement for 0.2mm wall thickness you'd want a 0.15 or 0.2mm nozzle, but it's not recommended to print abrasives
  4. - Thread moved to CPUs, Motherboards, and Memory.
  5. I can vouch for the Hifiman Sundara. Combine that with a Schiit Modi/Magni stack, or a JDS Labs El amp, and you'll be golden. Though the Sundara is an impressively efficient headphone I can highly recommend at least getting some amplifier for it. Going from my laptop's headphone jack to a Fiio Q1ii (from ??? mW to >220mW using the balanced out) I got some good, audible differences.
  6. - Thread moved to New Builds and Planning.
  7. - Thread locked. Fantasy builds are not allowed here.
  8. Wasn't there already a thread for this? Maybe I'm misremembering something. Anyway, hi.
  9. - Thread moved to New Builds and Planning.
  10. - Thread moved to New Builds and Planning.
  11. The Scarlett Solo and the UM2 are both audio interfaces rather than amps alone. Meaning, it's about $50 for a mic preamp, DAC/ADC and amp all in that price. Can be thought of having a $17 amp if the funds were all divided equally among the different components. If you are willing, Schiit has the Magni 3+ or Heresy (pick whichever makes you feel happy tbh, both are $99, the differences are colours and some numbers that you most likely cannot hear anyway) and they are benchmark amps at that price point. You can connect to them using a 3.5mm to 2x RCA from the line out on your motherb
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