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LPfan4ever last won the day on December 4 2019

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  1. I hear they have stuff with gems on it if you wanna be classy too.
  2. buttplugs-R-us JK, I agree with Bond. Amazon is a pretty safe bet for most anything someone wants. Gotta find a sponsor like MemEx or Mike's if we're gonna go for more specific PC related gift cards, gotta give them big $$ cards.
  3. In reality, there's very little reason to use PETG over acrylic. No fluid limitations with acrylic IIRC.
  4. John just admitted my Focus is fast. Time to screenshot that for later. This capacity seems odd for such a potentially quick drive with all the bells and whistles, but at least the price premium isn't too bad. I can't wait for tiny fans on these things to keep everything cool.
  5. The only thing to make sure is if the white is in a cylindrical grey container, that is Extreme and not good for PETG. Otherwise I'm not familiar with packaging changes with the rest. You could always send Mayhems an email to confirm before you buy.
  6. Another thing to think about is if you're mostly gaming online. I load super fast with NVMe, but often that just means I'm waiting for the consoles (Rocket League) and/or the rest of the players (CSGO, RS2:V) to load. SATA is plenty fast in that regard.
  7. Basically your options are the regular Mayhems Pastel (extreme is not PETG-friendly), EK CryoFuel, or IceDragon. I believe Mayhems Pastel White is your best bet, but in any case you REALLY need to clean the shit out of your loop. Most of the gunk you end up having clog your blocks is contaminants left over from manufacturing and whatnot.
  8. I feel like adding a row to the charts for cache yes/no would be good info, as that seems to be a huge factor for differentiating these lower cost drives. Typically I'd assume a buyer of this kind of drive is going to have a single drive and might run into the speed concerns without the cache. Nonetheless looks like a decent option for a second game drive like GaK said.
  9. I got a nice restaurant dinner. At that point my hobbies had outgrown what my parents could afford and I can't be mad about a nice night out with family.
  10. I just thought I'd move this post over here from HWC because I've been looking around for replacements and remembered how important this mod was for anybody with PC350's. The original Hero Mod post from Head-Fi can be found here. Now, I didn't really even think of taking pictures until someone (Dalton?) in IRC mentioned it, so this is a little bit in. All my tools and whatnot, I didn't use the Dremel however. I've already removed the ear pads and the screws for the right side at this point. The pads just pop off, but take quite a bit of force. Close up of the right ear's insides. Here's wha
  11. The RT-N16 is an awesome router, but Asus sadly threw in a terrible cap that likes to blow. Symptoms of this popped cap are complete lack of power or only being able to turn on for a few seconds and shutting down. What you will need for this repair:- 16V 680uf capacitor (I went with a Panasonic EEU-FR1C681L)- Soldering iron that can reach 400C. (Lead free solder and a thick ground plane make this a necessity)- Solder sucking pump- Solder (I used 60/40 solder since I do not have lead free)- Philips #2 screwdriver- Small pliers, wrench, or really strong fingers Optional:- Isopropyl alc
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