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Discussion in 'General Computer Chat' started by jancz3rt, Mar 10, 2005.

  1. mistersprinkles

    mistersprinkles Active Member

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    Are you a KEF fan?

    My bad my bad on the keybo.

    These X300A sound spektackular hooked up in a proper room with proper positioning on good stands but I lack such an environment.

    Any tips for taming the cable disaster I have here?

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    Cant stick anything to the back of the desk as my LED strip is there...
     
  2. Intel_man

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    Their stuff from the 70s are good. Thew stuff apart from the LS50 is meh. The X300A is overpriced tbh. It's worth like half the cost if it weren't for the built in DAC.
     
  3. Calin

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    Haven't posted in a while. Upgraded to SLI, changed to PETG tubing and added more storage. Yeah, it's a bit dusty but I will clean it soon.
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  4. Geoff

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    That's a great looking and spec'd rig. With those specs you won't have to upgrade for at least a couple years!
     
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  5. Calin

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    Thanks man.
    By the way, this is my secondary rig I built a couple of months ago to use if something goes bad in my main one. Ignore that HDD I painted when I was 12, I changed it with a SSD.
    Edit: New case coming soon for it
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  6. Geoff

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    What are the specs of it?
     
  7. Calin

    Calin Well-Known Member

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    FX 8350 @ Stock
    980 Ti Reference @ 1392MHz
    12GB XMS3 RAM 1600MHz CL9
    Gigabyte 990FXA UD5
    Intel 535 120GB SSD
    Zalman Z11+ Case - to be changed soon.
    Cooler Master V650 PSU
     
  8. Laquer Head

    Laquer Head Well-Known Member

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    I love how the backup rig still has a 980TI and 12GB RAM
     
  9. beers

    beers Moderator Staff Member

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    In his case, a couple months! :p
     
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  10. Calin

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    Got the new case for the secondary rig today but it turns out the PSU is bad. It will stay like this until I get money for a new PSU. That dusty fan will be going out too.
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  11. Geoff

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    You should hold off buying a new CPU for your main rig until you can upgrade your potato camera :p
     
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  12. Calin

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    After that :p. And I want a real camera, not a crappy smartphone one.
     
  13. Geoff

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    You should! You may really like photography and end up less obsessed with your PC :)
     
  14. Calin

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    Done rebuilding the secondary rig
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  15. Motorcharge

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    Well it only took 3 weeks, but my Hue+ and fans finally got here. Very few complaints about the actual product itself, though I'd like to see better connector cables, the ones that come with it don't have much give to them so it's difficult to use them in some places. But, it's a huge improvement over the old lighting. Case temps are the same even going from 3 fans to 2 in the front. I did buy the extension kit not realizing I couldn't use them with the fans since they take their own channel on the Hue+. Since I've already got them I may by a second Hue+ in the future and run the 6 extra strips outside the case behind my desk and stuff. I could send the extension kit back but it's not worth the hassle.

    edit: Oh and I'm thrilled with the Aer RGB fans. They're very quiet and I saw one video review claiming they're not very bright, but they're significantly brighter than my old fans and actually show through the front of the case well and that was my biggest fear with them.

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  16. Origin Saint

    Origin Saint Well-Known Member

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    Holy mother of baby Jesus that looks bright af. Tell me you can change the brightness levels on that mofo...
     
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  17. Motorcharge

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    The camera makes the white light look brighter than it is. I wanted it bright though. There's no brightness setting that I've seen, but you can set individual strips or LEDs (both on the strips and in the fans) to black to turn them off. I have 3 strips in the case and one outside on the back.
     
  18. Calin

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    @Motorcharge How is the white on your Hue+ in person? On mine it has a terrible blue shade and I moved it from my main rig to my secondary
     
  19. Motorcharge

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    They're bright white for me, no bleeding from any other colors including blue. Only thing I've noticed for color problems is sometimes red will be orangish or yellowish when I first set it. I've found just hitting save again fixes it.
     
  20. voyagerfan99

    voyagerfan99 Master of Turning Things Off and Back On Again Staff Member

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