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About muskyhuntr

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  • Birthday 03/13/1950

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    Northern Kentucky
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    Scuba, electronics, audio, robotics, travel
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    Electronics, fishing, travel, scuba
  • Headphones
    Grado SR-8, HD 600, DT 880
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    M3, Mini3 (2) EHHA(rev a), KSA5, The Wire,Starving Student, CK2III, HeadWatt

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  1. Which GPU did you choose? I've got a couple of EVGA choices that I'm researching. Me
  2. No problem with parts. Bought son mother board and case as Christmas present at Micro Center. This was followed a few weeks later with the CPU and power supply, again at Micro Center. All these items were on sale at time of purchase and pre lock down. After the lock down, I bought the memory and C drive at New Egg. Though the items I bought there were not on sale, they do have sales from time to time. When I get around to buying the video card, I'll again order from New Egg. To answer, I had no problem getting what I needed. I have a Micro Center near me, so that helps. With them, I can check inventory from home and then pick it up at the store. Usually when I build a computer, I source from both. Also, when I build, I never buy every thing at once, preferring to build in stages. The RGB is controllable with give or take 20 displays, one of which is off. It is controlled by a small processor board and not the main computer. It's a fun thing that can be turned off. Me
  3. ^ Just finished doing the same thing for my son. Built with a Gigabyte Aorus Z390 motherboard , Intel i9 processor, 32 G ram, 500 SS Gig C drive. Only used the old 250 SS Gig C drive and 1T secondary drive from the old computer. Case is kinda neat in that it does RGB displays on the front panel fans. Side of case is smoked glass and has its own display. Thing booted up on first try and I had no problem installing the drivers and MS Office. Right now he is using the on board graphics but will upgrade to one of the EVGA boards soon. This thing is fast! Me
  4. I like to start my blind holes on a heat sink (or any thing else) with a thru hole tap and then finish with a closed end tap. this allows the threads to be better formed deeper in the hole. I use a drill press set to the proper depth to avoid drilling all the way through but a hand drill with tape wound around the drill bit at the proper depth works also, just a little less precise. Me
  5. That does not appear to be one of AMB's Sigma 22's. Could be part of your problem is here. Me
  6. Perhaps not the right place for this post, but went and saw Bright Burn at the theater last night. Awesome! Movie tells the story of what Superman would be like if he was evil. By James Gunn. Me
  7. Step two, some wire twisting wouldn't hurt. Step three, transformer way too close to amp board. Did you try your project before you boxed it up. Me
  8. I also finished Jessica Jones this week. Enjoyed it immensely! Definitely dark. It's hard to imagine anyone other than Krysten Ritter in the part. She has it nailed. Very interesting what they did with Carrie-Anne Moss' character. Me
  9. Signed up for one alpha pot case and paid. Thank you, Me
  10. I am curious about the board between the amp and power supply. Dual volume controls? Me
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