The "Everyday" show-off thread !


avanildutta

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Disciple
Unboxed few more stuff..
Yet to unbox few more and also some to get delivered.
 

avanildutta

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Disciple
How did you find the Sound Quality of this model? Looking forward to upgrade my 32" VU (Bad sound quality) to a 4k one
Well i didn't dislike it either. Besides on all my leds i have attached a good sounding speaker.. On this i got a logitech z623.. And its going to be used mostly for my xbox one and maybe as a secondary monitor for those office works with a wireless kb/mouse back from my couch or from bed..
And it was a steal at ~16k.. So didn't get any second thoughts..
 

Chaos

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Unboxed few more stuff..
Yet to unbox few more and also some to get delivered.

Nice system! Just one advice - for a rad, push is always better than pull. Put the front fans on the inside of the rad and blow the air out.

I have the same case in my bedroom rig and to be honest it is suitable for single rads throwing air out from the rear or top.

A dual rad makes cooling the GPU tricky as there is no source of cold air from outside.

Until I fitted two intake fans, the poor rx470 that I have was throttling.
 

avanildutta

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Disciple
Nice system! Just one advice - for a rad, push is always better than pull. Put the front fans on the inside of the rad and blow the air out.
Well actually i did google a lot. Went through tons of review. Usually follow mostly linustechtips. There and also in few other reviews and tests, they recommend this config. Keeps the temps down, also the rad gets a little dust that can be easily cleaned rather than the reverse one. Its just their practical theory. I am just following that.. I might be wrong though.
Though thank you for your inputs, will double check again..
 

avanildutta

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Great build mate. How's the picture of this tv, I am also looking to get a big screen for my pc and I am little confused if this can be used for close distance.[/QUOTE]Well not bad.. Obviously response time of tv is more than a monitor but i personally haven't noticed that. This particular vu tv i got has ips panel so its seems a bit better than my other led tvs.
My opinion is to buy a led tv only as secondary monitor.. For online gaming the input lags if there is any might effect (as told by many in many online forums).
You need to sit few inches far to enjoy the view, which is ok and i got used to.
So yes i really love the big screen.. As my sole purpose is for xbone and office works..
 

palashshanu

Member
Disciple
Bought these in the pre diwali flipkart sale

1st Image : One by Waccom ; For my drawing and improving photoshop skills
2nd Image : Casio Gshock g441 ; For Timekeeping ofcourse , For a long time wanted a GSHOCK; Negative Display to see better in sunlight as well in the dark with the inbuilt accelerometer enabled light, vibration alert for alarms , world clock( work related) etc.
 

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palashshanu

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Disciple
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Was using Logitech MK200 from past , Bought this to fulfil my so called wish to have a gaming KB.
Presenting ASUS Cerberus Ladies & Gentlemen, Costed around 3K .
 

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vyral_143

Jarvis
Super Mod
Whats special about this model?

This Vita is on Golden Firmware; FW# 3.60 - which is hack/mod-able. After hacking/modding, one can install dumps of games. This also allows emulation of PSP and PSX. Additionally we can use microSD cards with SD2Vita adapters instead of using exorbitantly expensive proprietary memory cards from Sony which comes with only 3 months of warranty.

Feels nostalgic. :)
How much is this, now?

Overall roughly ₹10,000, it costed me around HK$1000 for Vita with 8GB Sony proprietary memory card, ₹1260 for 64GB Samsung microSD card and some ₹300-400 for SD2Vita adapters.
 

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