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  1. Another reverse seared Ribeye, this time with homemade creamed spinach. Pulled out the steak at 110 degrees and did a quick sear. Plus I feel like I'm at a steakhouse with the bucket of creamed spinach I made. Fantastic.
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  2. 4K on a 15" screen is just stupid. If there's no Dell available with a 1080p then I'd get the MSI Also worth considering, Dell will likely have better support (and probably better warranty options) if that matters to you.
    2 points
  3. I want one of these. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    2 points
  4. I'm not sure if any kind of head from flaming lips is ever a good thing.
    2 points
  5. I’d get the MSI, but I’ve stopped caring about screen resolution a while back, that’s hardly a demerit at all in my book. I’ve also owned MSI before, and would do so again.
    1 point
  6. Given your use cases, either machine would work well. BUT....I'd add a docking station to allow you to have an external monitor, keyboard, and mouse for that 99% home use. The GPU on the Dell is indeed lower than the MSI, but if you're not using that power for gaming and heavier video editing, you would still likely be fine; and, the external monitor @ 4K should be well achievable for both machines (the MSI resolution is a limitation of the screen, not the video card; so I'm assuming an external monitor can be driven at 4K and for home use you could ignore the laptop screen). For th
    1 point
  7. 2070 super max-q is about twice as powerful as a 1650ti. The 1650ti is a fairly low end gpu.
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  8. 4K on a 15.6" monitor is not really going to offer much more than 1080p - 4K only really makes sense on large screens e.g. 32" or more Are you using the gpu for anything e.g. rendering? first person games? - there is not a huge performance difference between the 2070 super and 1650TI. if you are doing colour work you need to know the technology of the screen IPS vs TN IPS is generally more colour accurate AND wider gamult. You need to know the colour gamalt and accuracy. if you are doing lots of cpu intensive work the 8 core will give some advantage. my fear with the Dell i
    1 point
  9. low voltage transformer 52mm high 105mm diameter ( I like to run the heaters at a bit under 6.3V AND in my experience the transformers I buy provide a little more voltage than the specs) 2x 4.5A @ 6V for el34s 2x 1.5A @ 6V for 6922s 2x 0.4A @ 15V for balance servo, HV delay circuit and delay relay high voltage 65mm high 125mm diameter (voltages are the same as the psu board silkscreen.) 2x 0.15A @ 260V for +250, -260VDC 2x 0.15A @ 450V for +-500VDC 1x 0.15A @ 465V for -560VDC Both transformers have magnetic shields, electrostatic shields and thermal rese
    1 point
  10. Here is my T2 power supply, now with Pro Bias Maida regulator style. The small board with three blue filter capacitors is the 21st Century Maida Regulator by Tom Christiansen producing 580 volts after change of resistor. The Maida regulator replaces the 10m90s current source with Zener string and filters. I feed the regulator with unregulated 660 VDC. Only 5.1M resistor on psu board is used. Works great. P.S. still need some wire clean up… will probably never happen
    1 point
  11. As a Pink Floyd fan, with my favorites being mostly pre-1972, this is just fantastic (that is really what I think! 😄)
    1 point
  12. Ahhhhh Mikhail..... OOOooops, wrong Mikhail. It's this one.... right....?
    1 point
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