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Eschew

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About Eschew

  • Title
    Bubble-Wrapped
  • Birthday May 22

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Profile Information

  • Location
    The Laundromat
  • Gender
    Female
  • Interests
    Yuri, Plushies, Zip-Up Hoodies, Green Tea, Good Vibes
  • Biography
    1. Lime Laundry Machine
    2. Keeb Weeb
    3. ISFJ-T
  • Occupation
    'Chewpillow

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 3600X
  • Motherboard
    ASUS PRIME X570-PRO
  • RAM
    TEAMGROUP T-FORCE VULCAN Z 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4-3200
  • GPU
    ASRock Radeon RX 5600 XT Challenger D 6G OC
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define 7 Compact
  • Storage
    Inland Premium 512 GB NVMe SSD
    Seagate BarraCuda 1 TB HDD
    Seagate BarraCuda 4 TB HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA 650 W GA 80+ Gold Certified
  • Display(s)
    Sceptre E255B-1658A
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D15 chromax.black

    1 × Noctua NF-F12 chromax.black
    4 × Noctua NF-A14 chromax.black
  • Keyboard
    First Edition Eighty #391
    (Modded Silent L7 (TS-150g) Switches)

    REALFORCE R2 TKL
    (BKE Extreme Redux (90g) Rubber Domes)

    MGK64 - Den-Fi's GK64
    (Barebones)

    Den-Fi's NIU Mini
    (Kailh BOX Navy Switches)

    The GMMK TKL
    (Barebones)

    Den-Fi's Qisan Magicforce Numpad
    (Gateron Blue Switches)
  • Mouse
    Logitech G703
    Logitech M510
  • Sound
    HIFIMAN ANANDA
    Fostex HP-A4BL DAC/AMP

    Drop + HIFIMAN HE-35X
    Antlion ModMic Wireless

    FiiO M5 + FiiO FH5
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Education 64-bit
  • Laptop
    Lenovo Thinkpad T14 (AMD)
  • Phone
    Samsung Galaxy S8+
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. Hey there. The GK61XS is a decent keyboard kit considering its price and features: hot-swappability, wireless connectivity, and an all-aluminum chassis for a little over $100. Standard ANSI layout also means the keyboard will be compatible with most aftermarket keycap sets. If you'd like to change its RGB patterns, however, you're locked to their proprietary software. If your priorities are hot-swappability and wireless connectivity, and aren't too attached to an all-metal chassis, you could opt for plastic case variants of the GK61XS or the Kono 84. GK61XS ($80 fro
  2. Warm welcome back! Forums have gone through a buncha changes this past year. It looks different, sure, but on a deeper level there's been adjustments to the forum's CS (no politics) and community base. We've several new moderators too, they're generally well-liked. MotF is still active. Though, IMO, it's become more and more a cesspit of shitposts. Could also say the same for Status Updates. LTT's video content has branched out, there's a new Mac Address channel for Apple-related content. Production quality for that channel is pretty
  3. Hey there. Random suggestions below, as you haven't indicated any preferences. Side-printed keycap sets are included as an idea, if you're looking for something less conventional. Drop Skylight Keycap Set (Amazon, Drop): PBT Double-Shot. OEM Profile. Colors: Black, White, White w/Blue Modifiers, Light Gray w/Dark Gray Modifiers, Black w/Red Modifiers. Tai-Hao Black Backlit Keycap Set (KPrepublic): PBT Double-Shot. OEM Profile. Tai-Hao Backlit Keycap Set (KPrepublic): PBT Double-Shot. OEM Profile. Colors: White w/Blue Modifie
  4. Hey there. Full-sized PCBs are few and far between, nevermind trying to find ones compatible with ISO layouts. The few that I've been able to find: XD96 PCB (USD$43.90): 1800 Form Factor. Soldered PCB. Compatible with ISO and ANSI. KLE Software. Case: Anodized Aluminum XD96 Case. KBDfans KBD19X PCB (USD$59): 1800 Form Factor. Soldered PCB. Compatible with ISO and ANSI. QMK-Compatible, VIA Software. Keyboard Kit: KBD19X Keyboard Kit. Keyboard kit contains the PCB and chassis. Currently out of stock, but you can hit the "Notify Me"
  5. So, in the event an individual writes a long wall of text (e.g. main thread's screenshot), or posts a vertically-massive image (Example), it cannot be condensed and we have to scroll past it? At the very least, if it's not a fixable issue, may we report the SU if someone abuses it for meme dumps and spam?
  6. Is there an existing thread in the Forum Bugs and Issues thread about it? I'll ask the Mods to merge this thread with the existing one, if there is.
  7. Browser, Version and OS: Chrome, Windows 10. (WhatIsMyBrowser) Chromium Edge, Windows 10. (WhatIsMyBrowser) What were you doing before it happened? Browsing the Status Updates Activity Stream. What happened? I noticed a particularly lengthy Status Update was filling the majority of the screen/browser. At the bottom of the Status Update is a "Read More" button, that when clicked on, simply disappears. It doesn't expand the Status Update. Then again, the Status Update wasn't condensed to begin with. What did you expect to happen?
  8. Louis Vuitton Horizon Light Up Speaker Product Page (Canada): Louis Vuitton Horizon Light Up Speaker. Currently in-stock in Canada. Shipping ETA is sometime in August, 2021. It's a speaker with a unique design, with Bluetooth / Wi-Fi / Apple AirPlay / Qplay integration, microphones, and reportedly 15 hours of playtime. Controlled via he Louis Vuitton Connect app. Seems to have Huawei and Qualcomm tech inside it. IDK the full details on functionality and specs, but finding that out could be decent content for a video. Milk it for a ShortCircui
  9. Minor Update - Content Migration From the main thread, the content of [Section 6.0] Online Vendors and Marketplaces has been migrated over to Custom Mechanical Keyboards - Vendors List. To save myself the trouble of separately updating two things every time there's a change, I will be removing the majority of Section 6.0's content on July 31, 2021. What will remain will be a link to the refreshed Vendors List, as well as any informative material (e.g. What is a Group Buy?). Note: I cannot simply copy-and-paste any time there's an edit to one thread or the other. For one, the diffe
  10. now that's a nice post count you got there :)

  11. Nooo... It's lil' feet are walk-waddling.
  12. Hey there. A 60% compact keyboard is functionally adequate for gaming, if your game doesn't rely on: Function Row (F1 - F12): Absent from the Deltaco Mini. Probably hidden behind a layer. Numpad: Absent from the Deltaco Mini. Special / Edit Keys (Home, End, Pg Up, Pg Dn, Etc.): Absent from the Deltaco Mini. Arrow Cluster: Hidden behind a layer for the Deltaco Mini. For switches, I haven't been able to find a disassembly or a clear photo of the PCB, to confirm whether the PCB is equipped with hot-swap sockets or not, or whether it's compatible with
  13. Hey there. Methinks: If you'd like a second opinion on a list of parts you've already drawn up, and would be interested in a compatibility check or alternative choices for specific parts (e.g. PCBs, stabilizers, switches), we could help assess and offer suggestions if we had a planned configuration listed out. If you don't have a parts list planned out yet, I'd suggest specifying what your general expectations or requirements are for the custom keeb you have in mind. From there, we can suggest specific items that will hopefully meet your personal criteria. For instance:
  14. Hey there, GOTSpectrum! 😁

    Hope real life is treating you well, sounds like you've been busy of late.

     

    I peeped into the F@H Community Board to check whether there's an LTT folding event in the near future and came across this mini-notice:

    On 7/5/2021 at 12:58 PM, GOTSpectrum said:

    So I'm running a bit behind schedule with the summer sprint due to my charity needing much more of my time. Expect the announcement for the event sometime this week though! 

    Will there be a prize pool for this Summer Sprint and if yes, would you accept some rando game keys (DRM: Steam) if I sent them your way? 👀💦

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