Discussion in 'Off-Topic Forum' started by Bolletje, Aug 5, 2009.
Lol, you're funny Trusteft.
Is that velour ?
Flava Flav from Public Enemy!
car? you board/ski at all?
For many things. But stay alert at 16th of Feb, I might post something.....
well i'm hoping to stick with mine for at least another year or 2 (took me a full year to find a mouse i liked last time i had to buy)
but next time i'm in the market i'll def be checking what Roccat have on offer
I have decided to keep my XB1 for now, so to make full use of it (Already 80% full on the internal HDD). Decided to buy this External HDD.
Seagate 3TB usb 3.0 drive. (Image is not 100% accurate)
Razer Death Adder Chroma.
"New to me" Radeon 7950:
I had bigger plans for this spring, but seeing how local hardware market is going crazy (the CPU I bought for Ney Year now costs 80€ more in the same shop), I looked into ads for an interim solution. The price was right, the guy brought it to me for testing and it behaved well and it's got a bit over 18 months left on the warranty, so I took it.
The boost in benchmarks is nice, Crysis 3 is running a lot better and Assassin's Creed Unity is night and day.
I painted my room a dark grey, Installed a 100" projector screen and an Epson 3d 1080p projector. I'm using it as my main display for browsing / movie watching / most gaming, and save my computer display for schoolwork / productivity / FPS gaming. Love it!
after playing with so many projectors....... granted the huge display is great.... i'm still even more now.. a fan of a smaller higher resolution monitor/tv over a larger projection any day. Specially in the long term... Those bulbs get expensive and if you end up with an LED backlit one (which are expensive as hell yet), you really don't want a single one of those diodes to decide to die.
Just for a little over £6 on steams mid-week sale.
That's the great thing (and a deciding factor) in purchasing the Epson. It's bulb is rated for 5000 hrs and the replacement OEM bulbs direct from Epson are only $99. Even if I have to replace it every year that's a fair price to pay for a "100 screen. The lag could be better (thus having to play FPS on my computer display) but for everyday gaming / movies / surfing the web it's added a whole new level of enjoyment.
Other projectors can have fairly expensive bulbs though you're right. No way I'm paying 300.00 every year to replace a bulb.
very cool. I can imagine it would be quite nice for photoshop and the like as well. Big surface to work on
Ordered 2 x IcyBox IB-168SK-B 3.5" SATA Trayless Mobile Racks.
Does this count?
That trumps pretty much anything else posted in here!
Is it me or have you misspelled February?
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