Faesul, Murat, Bradley and Akascha Malta

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Faesul Murat Bradley and Akascha Malta
« Reply #19305 on: September 12, 2019, 08:22:43 am »
Works for me. I just posted a few test threads in each marketplace forum.

Are you getting a particular error message?

Have you tried a different browser?
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« Reply #19306 on: September 12, 2019, 12:45:37 pm »
An added option to choose real gamer 120/144 hz panels, <2ms no 3d crap like found in BenQ monitors, more mechanical keyboardsMSI idea and a minimum 5 years full company support with new BIOSes as necessary in case new unsupported GPUs arrive in market. Oh and all ideas above this post =D
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« Reply #19307 on: September 12, 2019, 01:27:44 pm »
Just a minor idea, but bring back physical display latches on big notebooks. My HP 8740w has two heavy duty latches which don't come undone unless I press a button. Display latches are important for bigger notebooks since their displays are heavier, and magnets sometimes aren't strong enough to hold them together with the chassis, especially if you're carrying the notebook at your side with the front of the chassis pointing upward.

Another one: for 17.3-inch and larger notebooks, actually design a keyboard that takes advantage of the width, with full-size numpad keys. 15.6-inch notebooks with numpads almost always have 2/3-sized keys in the numpad so they'll fit, which is understandable, but it annoys me to see those same keyboard put on the 17.3-inch models. That's cost cutting. I want a full-size numpad.

Charles
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« Reply #19308 on: September 12, 2019, 04:30:46 pm »
Go to walmart and buy a bottle of Brasso and rub off the old liquid metal that turned into the residue on your components and then use rubbing alcohol to wipe the surfaces down. Re-apply liquid metal and try again.

I went through this process with my 8700K and its IHS a couple weeks ago where a re-mount with new liquid metal raised the temps because it wasn't clean. Works great now.
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« Reply #19309 on: September 12, 2019, 05:45:08 pm »
The Blu man comes through again GREAT INFO HERE Wild how many versions there are of that box and so few still around. Like btphoto said, interesting about the International being so different. Hopefully more info will turn up on that one day. Do all of them have light up EQs?
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« Reply #19310 on: September 12, 2019, 09:07:30 pm »
I also agree these are excellent suggestion since many of us are activating new grid squares from our mobile radios
and putting parks on the air still I do really like the offline mode also
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« Reply #19311 on: September 13, 2019, 10:09:07 am »
Such a great looking box.  The grey finish and the chrome look awesome together.Im new to this wonderful scene so im trying to get up to speed with the various top end models and this looks like a top end, expensive box. What years were these JVCs manufactured?
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« Reply #19312 on: September 13, 2019, 12:56:27 pm »
One idea that just popped into my head, that I don't recall seeing before, is putting on the bottom of a laptop something similar to what you have on the bottom of keyboards where you can extend plastic tabs to pop up the back of the keyboard.

Put something similar on the bottom of the chassis that is perhaps made of metal or extremely strong plastic to support the weight of the machine. Unlike a keyboard though that just has the two in the back, put four on the bottom of the chassis. One in each corner. If they are "foldable" just like those on the bottom of the keyboard, you could choose to prop the front, back, or the whole thing. Most people always say to prop up the machine if you can for better ventilation/cooling, and the rubber feet on the bottom of the machine typically serves no purpose other than preventing scratches on the surface of where the laptop sits.
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« Reply #19313 on: September 13, 2019, 02:49:09 pm »
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Scratches, not so much

Galinstan is a mix of 3 metals, some of the galium is lost from the mix as it seeps into and alloys with the copper heatsink leaving behind a semi solid Al/Sn residue. Initial liquid metal applications really should be checked within 3 months or, if you're dangerous like I am, use more of it than the thin painted layers you see on all the howto videos, bead it up a bit with your barriers in place of course, foam, nail polish, tape, etc

The stain is an extremely thin layer that you can sand off if you want, but it's just cosmetic so there's really no point, especially if you are reapplying liquid metal

Was it really dry looking when you opened it up? The solid flecks of residue might have been dragged across the gpu die as the heatsink was removed and may also be messing up the fit afterwards leading to the bad temps
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« Reply #19314 on: September 13, 2019, 09:47:17 pm »
The form is good, but IMO is much more oriented toward home/gaming than to business, and quite a few people do want advice about buying business-focused laptops. In particular, there are no questions related to warranty and service.

Warranty and Service

19 How long could you afford to do without your laptop if it were to fail?

20 Would you be willing to pay significantly extra for on-site warranty, or would it be acceptable to you to have to ship the laptop to the vendor for repair with perhaps a week or more outage?
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« Reply #19315 on: September 14, 2019, 12:34:08 am »
Maybe if devs allow something like a cheap monthly suscription unlocking all the cosmetics except maybe the most premium or new ones, or something like humble bundle does with their packs of games but now in EC with cosmetics... maybe more players put money into the game. thoughts?
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« Reply #19316 on: September 14, 2019, 01:12:31 pm »
I updated the FAQ and modernized some of the wording. I did remove a few questions. I added yours verbatim. Let me know if you have any other suggestions.

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« Reply #19317 on: September 14, 2019, 02:59:00 pm »
Regarding toughness. Toughness gets more effective the more armor and health you have so on support classes or jpa which have low base stats and very limited lp anyway its usually more effective to stack pure health/armor instead of going directly into toughness, but the red armor is usually always worth it but on the other classes maxing out toughness is the way to go to maximize your ehp.
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« Reply #19318 on: September 14, 2019, 03:56:04 pm »
I want:
X99 laptop with 5960X CPUDelid from the OEM/ResellerThree-way SLI1KW AC adapterInternal liquid cooling for CPU and GPU please, no desk-bound colostomy bag for the GPU a la ASUSNo more plastic laptop bodies... metal, metal and more metal in the chassisSecond, I want AMD to make a comeback and kill the monopoly that NVIDIA and Intel have on the industry.

Third, I want a real, full-fledged, fully functional OS replacement for Microoft Windows. Since they have lost their way and are trying to do a one-size fits all OS loaded with spyware, the Redmond Mafia is no longer adding value to being a PC owner. I want a new OS that can run anything made for Windows; not a half-baked Linux that only does some things well... and not something from Apple. Something fitting for the hardware mentioned under my first want.
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« Reply #19319 on: September 14, 2019, 07:52:34 pm »
Detatchable screens: easily "pop" off the panel so you can tuck the main chassis somewhere under your desk or by a TV in the living room for when you are not mobile.   

Detachable panel is particularly prudent for using said panel in a multi-monitor setup.   Desk space is prime real estate - it's nice to use a laptop in a multi-monitor setup but if you have a dedicated mouse and keyboard in this arrangement, and why wouldn't you, the bottom base/keyboard of the laptop is big useless block taking up unneeded space on the desk.
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