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Silent, cool. Gift ideas for mygeek? thanks

Posted: Fri May 11, 2018 6:48 am
by gnd
Gift ideas for MyGeek?
For fun, he made this (see pic) for someone´s Steam/graphically-atmospheric RPGs fetish,): 21:9 High Rez Samsung 950 M.2 SSD...Overclocked, overvolted...6cored i7 6800 runs COOLAF stable (67C highest core temp in synthetic tests9. Case fans lowest of 3 settings even under load, PSUgraphics fanless opt. Virtually silent. 3rd caseFan directly connected to graphicsCard, spins up only under gaming load.GPU@1999MHz UnigineHeaven, max Furmark@7K (under 50 fans switch off ). Timespy benchmark= single GTX1080, 9-15% faster Vs DualGTX 980 sli . Playable ran 3440x1440@ Predatorx34a rez. w a Gsynch smooth 45-55 fps. under 60c gpu/68C maxing.

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Posted: Mon May 21, 2018 9:04 pm
by cowtown
I made my dad an ashtray in art class. Was trying to make a dinosaur but as with all the kids, everything ends up an ashtray. Now that smoking is uncool, guessing everyone makes change holders and when we stop using money, won't anyone think of the kids in art class and their failed projects?

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Posted: Sat May 26, 2018 4:49 pm
by pezworld
Husband just replaced one of his raspberry pis with this, my birthday present to him, for our home server and other random stuff. He loves it but it was something like $1,400 for the specs he wanted. It's orange and fanless! (and superfast he says)

https://www.logicsupply.com/ml100g-31/

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Re: Silent, cool. Gift ideas for mygeek? thanks

Posted: Mon May 28, 2018 5:01 pm
by gnd
oooh nice Pez! yeah I like the orange...he´ll like it´s fanless,)

Cow...yes he hates the use of money. Thinks it is obsolete already. I def should make him a Change Holder!,)

Re: Silent, cool. Gift ideas for mygeek? thanks

Posted: Fri Jun 01, 2018 9:55 am
by Usher73
Handmade abacus.

Re: Silent, cool. Gift ideas for mygeek? thanks

Posted: Mon Jun 04, 2018 1:31 pm
by gnd
lol. I have an antique slide rule....Found a really cool oddity...it's like a calculator abucus looking thing, with a long skinny stylus to calculate addition, subtraction. Not sure if it does division/multiplication. Chicago company maybe made it?

will try to find a photo...wireless here is transitory:/