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So damn happy to be a special guest at LTX2020 https://www.ltxexpo.com/guests

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@Soullessone21:

Forgot I booked the Tuesday after the long weekend off 4 day weekend in a week :D

Also so many SSDs right now going to make a fort :D Pimping tower!!!!

Now that is a nice stack of SSDs. More in that picture than I have installed!

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@Soullessone21:

LPfan4ever had his first gym day today, he did great and had zero issue keeping up, please share your support for him not wanting to be a fat lazy fuck like me :)

Thought you were going a couple times a week, lemme guess, work is getting in the way now?

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The other team at work has a new 64 port KVM over IP switch that they've been fighting to get working with our Broadwell-U and Skylake-U laptops. I think it's been a few weeks now and it still wasn't working. I had some spare time near the end of the day today and got it working in about half an hour. Feels good.

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@LPfan4ever:

The other team at work has a new 64 port KVM over IP switch that they've been fighting to get working with our Broadwell-U and Skylake-U laptops. I think it's been a few weeks now and it still wasn't working. I had some spare time near the end of the day today and got it working in about half an hour. Feels good.

Nice work kudos

Today I upgraded my new laptop from a sad 8gb to 32gb ram and from a 1tb hdd to 1.5tb ssd storage ( raid 0 2x 750gb)

Installing win 10 entreprise now :D

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In the past 3 days on the Acura EL I have:- Swapped the blower motor from my Civic- Tore apart the interior, including centre console and dash, to install a cabin air filter that these never came with for some reason- Installed my new stereo, including soldering the wiring harnesses together- Ran my dash cam's permanent wiring through the dash/A-pillar- Installed new spark plugs- Moved the spark plug wires from my Civic- Pulled the bumper and passenger headlight to straighten out the bent headlight support (Previous owner hit a kid on a bike with it )- Flushed coolant- Changed oil and filter- Gave her a good wand wash

I have a bunch of light bulbs and a fuel filter coming from Rock Auto, as well as needing to install the speakers I pulled from my Civic. It's been a fuckton of work but she runs pretty damn nice now for a 98.

Beer time.

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