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LyyK

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About LyyK

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  • Biography
    I color code my SSH sessions

System

  • CPU
    Intel i7 6700k
  • Motherboard
    Asus TUF Sabertooth Mk1 Z170
  • RAM
    32GB (2 x 16GB) 3200MHz G.Skill Trident Z
  • GPU
    Nvidia GTX 780ti (may upgrade to the 1080ti)
  • Case
    Corsair Obsidian 900D
  • Storage
    1 x 512GB Samsung 960 Pro M.2 (OS), 3 x 512GB Samsung 850 Pro RAID 0, 1 x 5TB WD Black
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 P2 80+ PLATINUM
  • Display(s)
    BenQ XL2430T, Generic Korean 27" 1440p IPS, ASUS PB287Q 28" 4K
  • Cooling
    Alphacool 360mm, EK Supremacy EVO Elite
  • Sound
    Sennheiser HD650 w/ Modmic uni-directional, modded Fostex t50rp Mk3 cans, O2 ODAC/AMP, JBL Studio 580 floorstanding speakers

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  1. All cables (even good ones) will wear down and eventually fail sooner or later. If I had a pair of m40x cans and was looking for a better cable, I would remove the cable locking mechanism and get any cable from Amazon found at these exact search words "cable 2.5mm to 3.5mm controls".
  2. The important thing is that you are grounded to the computer and components. If there's enough difference in charge between you and the computer, it doesn't matter much if one or the other is grounded. With that said, I've built while standing on carpet and wearing both socks and a 50/50 cotton synthetic hoodie before without any issues.
  3. VR induced nausea is very different from motion sickness. Regular motion sickness is caused by motion, VR sickness is not. I don't get motion sick either but VR has thrown a curve ball at me multiple times before. Just a heads up
  4. If it wasn't for AdBlock, the ad revenue from all the videos I've watched on youtube throughout the years would probably have totaled up to approximately the amount I pay monthly for FPC
  5. What, is this window not good enough?
  6. If you seal it off properly, no. You could put a vent on the exhaust if you're afraid they would make their way in that route.
  7. ... oh yeah, that's probably a safer solution.
  8. This. You technically don't even have to ask your landlord. When you move out, remove the mount and smash the living F$#& out of the window and say it was an accident. The landlord shall never know huehue and besides, accidents do happen. EDIT: Or, simply mount a sheet of plexiglass in the window frame as @AshleyAshes suggested. Working with plexiglass is miles easier than with glass.
  9. For a single room, you can get one that will do the job just fine for a bit over $100. Here's just one example https://www.amazon.com/Frigidaire-FFRA0511R1-Window-Mounted-Mini-Compact-Conditioner/dp/B00W2KG92Y/ EDIT: Removed ref from link.
  10. You could mount an AC unit in your window.
  11. The firmware it came with might have options that allow you to configure it as a network adapter. Look for "wireless bridge" or "client bridge" in the firmware, most likely within the wireless section.
  12. IDK, do you like apples or do you like oranges? It's a tough decision I know. One is very juicy but the other is so much more convenient.
  13. They're actually quite literally seamLESS. Less seams != no seams
  14. If you're not able to find your router here https://www.dd-wrt.com/site/support/router-database then you won't be able to use DD-WRT on it.
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