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brucevilanch
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Mackie cr3 reference speakers.


I've had them for about 4 years and they've been good.


boXerrumble
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Yep, been out here for about 4 years now. Phoenix is a great place to live, if you can get through the summer.

Plus, during the summer, you can just go up to Flagstaff every weekend to get away from the heat.


bluebarracuda
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Nice. Saw them on bapcsales so I said screw it and got them


UltimateHog
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AMD is proud to announce that CEO Lisa Su's #COMPUTEX2019 keynote will be livestreamed on AMD's YouTube channel. Set a reminder to tune in at 10AM TST on May 27th to watch it live!




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LSU Coyote
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Yep, been out here for about 4 years now. Phoenix is a great place to live, if you can get through the summer. 

We mostly only went during the holidays but when we did go during the summer months I found it fine.

The Louisiana humidity imo makes summer months worse.


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Korin
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Why? If you are looking to overclock like a madman, all the new stuff has them.

I was just curious. The successor to my beloved i5 8400 has an f designation. So I looked it up wondering what that meant.


boXerrumble
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Your 8400 will be good for years. Not worth upgrading.


Korin
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I'm not interested in upgrading, I was just curious why it didn't have integrated graphics. Even the Pentiums still do.


LSU Coyote
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bluebarracuda
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Coyote, you may enjoy this

You can build decks from the OG base set days and play them against other decks in that format. I've had a blast playing some of the old school lists like rain dance and alakazam stall


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I ordered the NUC today and a LG 43" Ultrawide.

What I am doing is mounting the NUC onto the back of the monitor and mounting it all to this TV stand



So I can use it to work off of when I am in other parts of my house besides my office.

I am going to make it clean looking so it's not so ghetto and plan on adding a keyboard try using a mounting arm and welding supports to mount a wood desktop.

I will post pics when finished.


LSU Coyote
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Are you a librarian at a local school?



Edt: I like the setup BTW. My next house I plan to build all my office furniture on wheels.
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stout
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Are you a librarian at a local school?


Perhaps

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Edt: I like the setup BTW. My next house I plan to build all my office furniture on wheels.




I like the idea of portable but I will keep a true desktop setup in my office. I want this for various reasons but mostly because I like to sit on the sofa and work in the evenings when the GF is home but hate doing it on a laptop because I need a wide monitor for many tasks.

I am surprised that something like this doesn't exist already and instead I am having to Frankenstein it together. The closest thing I found was a few standing desk but I can't wheel those out of site when company comes over like I will be able to with this. I can still use it as a standing desk as well when completed.


Considering incorporating this into instead of building my own but not sure how I would mount it

LINK


This will be the first version of it. I am sure I will go through a few of them to get it just right.

The NUC PC is supposed to be decent for gaming too with AMD RFX graphics. Just hope it doesn't run too hot in that small form factor.


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UltimateHog
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LSU Coyote
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For tinkers and RasPi fans..

Youtube - Element14: GLaDOS head w/ RasPi


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LSU Coyote
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UltimateHog

Cute dog btw


UltimateHog
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Developer Quantic Dream has shared PC release dates for its previously PlayStation-exclusive narrative adventures Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, and Detroit: Become Human - and all three will be getting demos ahead of launch.

First up is Quantic Dream's pulpy serial killer crime drama Heavy Rain, which arrives on PC - or more specifically the Epic Games Store, given Quantic's decision to restrict sales to Epic's shop - on June 24th. It'll cost $19.99 USD (around £15), but if you fancy taking it for a test-drive before slapping your money on the table, a demo launches on 24th May.

Beyond will also cost $19.99 USD (still around £15) when it comes to PC on 22nd July, and its demo arrives on 27th June.

Last up on the PC release front is Quantic Dream's most recent offering, the rights-for-robots sci-fi thriller Detroit: Become Human. This one, is scheduled to release some time this autumn for $39.99 USD (around £30) and there's a demo coming at a non-specific future point this "summer".
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brucevilanch
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The only thing missing is the $4000 laserdisc player from 1988.


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UltimateHog
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"Samsung is ahead of TSMC in GAA by probably 12 months. Intel is probably two to three years behind Samsung. The smaller 3-nanometre footprint will boost speed performance by 35% while consuming 50% less power. These power savings and performance boosts come from reducing the chip size by 45%."

"A further refinement for higher-performance chips, like graphics processors and AI chips used in data centres should arrive in 2022."
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LSU Coyote
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I love what you bring here but please post links.

I like to see sources and might want more context from the article.

ilu


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