Discussion in 'Off-Topic Forum' started by Bolletje, Aug 5, 2009.
Jason just bought himself a sweet bunch of toys, lucky guy!
Enter these into the "New to me" category...
I bought a lot of 4 of these Behringer MDX 2100 "Composer" Compressors off Ebay for $53.00 shipped to my door. All 4 were supposed to be dead... The one the seller tested (not pictured) has a blown fuse and these 3 are fine.
I also bought this at the surplus electronics last Saturday for $20...
Should work fine in one of my rack systems...
Ought to be playable in new games even, at a suitably low res
Power efficiency might get expensive, I guess.
Is it the 640 or the 320?
I won't necessarily be gaming with it though...
you can use it as a physx card
though it depends on the strength of the primary to make any difference.
Just put in a preorder for this. Goodness gracious me, it's beautiful!
I'm really liking these.
PC17000 2133mhz 11-11-11-1 4x8GB
ty i want your "surplus electronics store" near to me
you seem to pick up some ridiculous bargains in there
That would definitely be a waste of electricity. Talking of which, you could fold on it! :evil:
Yeah, could they open a branch near me, too?
This mouse is working very well... But it does have one Major Drawback as a Wireless Mouse...
There is a Docking Station that is hooked up Via USB... So the mouse will not charge without the PC being left on or to place the cable into the mouse Making it a Cabled mouse... To charge the Battery while it is in use.
Does any one know where I can get hold of a second charging cable as I have a set top box that has a USB port with a permanent supply.
I have looked on EBay/Amazon and razers site.. Can't find any option to buy a spare cable.
I know it's not going to be of much help now, but there are laptops and even desktop mainboards, which support charging of USB devices even when the system is turned off.
It's a Micro USB with a difference...
I have a Micro USB cable but the housing is just a little to large... Im sure this would work but I don't want to screw up a £100 mouse.
£100 for a mouse!
Expensive yes, and I this is the highest I have paid for a mouse.. And it out performs every mouse that I have used in the past..
Im just disappointed with the Lack of a Power point to be able to recharge the mouse when the PC is switched off.
Now if Razer used a standard Micro USB as apposed to (Pictured in a post or two above) then I would not have an issue with charging the mouse...
proprietary USB hardware! That's why it was £100, not because it's otherwise super awesome
Solved my initial problem.
Found a Spare Mini USB cable,Shaved off the Plastic surround that surrounds the USB port it now fits into the docking station.
Im now able to charge the mouse with the original cable with the spare USB port on the drive that is always on...
I was about to suggest that but I didn't want you to wreck the mouse then blame me!
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