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  2. Happy Birthday, Steve! πŸ’” πŸ’”πŸ’”
  3. Happy Birthday, Wayne!
  4. I completely agree that if you have T2 pcbs already its not worth getting new ones. I'm thinking gerbers with minimal changes for new builders who want a build and forget solution only using available transistors. Serial/habitual/continual modifiers can always edit the gerbers of my or others T2 pcbs.
  5. Happy Birthday, Wayne!
  6. Happy Birthday Steve - You are missed.
  7. James, make the batteries exchangeable and go to daughter boards as well. The board is too big and too expensive to justify itself for a transistor swap alone.
  8. TMoney

    Get your game on!

    The frame interpolation/amplification tech looks to be the real deal.
  9. *Sigh* why can't we have nice transistors?... I have updated the schematic to show both KSA/KSC and TTA/TTC series transistors. I'm working on changing the gerbers so that leg twists will not be needed πŸ™‚ One channel done, I think, needs checking...
  10. jose

    Get your game on!

    I also see the 40 series more in "work" environments than in games. Edti ; ItΒ΄s already leaking that the 40 series will be an 25% max higher than the current 30 series without DLSS, RT, etc...
  11. Thanks James, your schematics gives a clear picture how to switch to KSA1220 and KSC2690. Unfortunately, it seems that KSA1220 is out of business. Fortunately, TTA004 and TTC004 can replace KSA1220 respectively KSC2690.
  12. So if my brain is not totally scrambled (which is possible its my first week back lecturing). KSC2690 or TTC004 NPN replaces 2SK216 N channel. Base-> Gate, Emitter -> Source, Collector -> Drain and Ksa1220 or TTA004 PNP replaces 2SJ79 P channel, Base-> Gate, Emitter -> Source, Collector -> Drain which gives modern T2 circuit (green replacements original moved to the side)
  13. Happy Birthday, Wayne! Cheers!
  14. Have a good one Wayne! Cheers!
  15. I hope he has a SawStop for that wood
  16. Those are going to be some gorgeous chairs. Really beautiful wood! I got your tulips right here. Though come to think of it, you've already kissed them.
  17. Happy birthday, Wayne! Hope none of these hurricanes come anywhere near you!
  18. It's always sad to lose a member of this forum. But when that member is a personal friend It's even harder. Steve was a fantastic, giving human being. He departed too soon. If there is an afterlife, I hope you're having a great one Steve!
  19. Have a phenomenal day Santa!
  20. HiWire

    Get your game on!

    Yes, the 4090 is a good value if it performs like Nvidia claims and if the prices are in the ballpark of what they listed. I'm not sure what availability will be like... will the high-end market be indifferent after such a long drought... at this point, some people are probably trying to figure out whether it's worth purchasing a 30-series or wait for the new products. The GeForce RTX 30-series is mature (and upgraded with the Ti products) and the drivers should be relatively stable, likewise regarding the hardware power and cooling implementations, mux output, etc. I can see the 4090 and its relatives being popular for content creators (i.e., graphic rendering, etc.), given the significant performance improvements that could pay for themselves very quickly.
  21. TMoney

    Get your game on!

    I’m pretty excited for 40 series nvidia. Frame amplification tech is pretty much exactly what I want for some of these ray tracing heavy games. Being able to turn a 60fps experience into a 90fps one with some fancy frame interpolation sounds amazing, even if you do need to buffer frames and trade off a little latency to achieve it. 4090 also looks like a beast. An expensive beast, but unlike the 3090 this one might actually be worth the price delta over the 4080s.
  22. Also the echos of more contemporary events - Southern border policies (steal jobs and al-Qaeda could sneak across), Syrian refugees (who is in disguise?), only 114 Ukrainian refugees entered the U.S. last month, etc. It’s the same policies, and the same party fighting, using the same chant of jobs and terrorism (replacing concern over spies).
  23. HiWire

    Get your game on!

    Yes, that's one of the big problems of PC gaming... chasing the never-ending specs inflation (480 Hz monitors?) and parts cost. I'm disappointed that the energy/heat limits for CPUs and GPUs keep escalating too. I know you can't get something for nothing, but I'm a bit more focused on efficiency and reliability over absolute performance these days.
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