Old 20th March 2010, 22:58   #2601
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Yes it's really bamboo and for the first test of it they proved a great quality. I've been skating on ramps years ago and today it's a fitness thing for me. When i go out, then it's for 10 to 20 Kilometers and if you look at my old pair of Roces aggressive skates then you know what worn out skate shoes mean, hehe. I will be able to give feedback about the strength in a year or so
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I really do like their cookware, though I don't know how reliable that statement is as I only have the 5.5 qt dutch over, 6 qt stockpot, and 11.25 inch skillet. I also like the fact that all of their stuff is warrantied for life, I've killed lots of cookware in my time
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Is that actually bamboo? I'd be worried about the strength of it.
You know, they actually make entire houses of bamboo, so I think some rollerblades will be well within quality control...

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Well, most houses are made out of pine studs and framing, but I sure wouldn't trust pine for the rollerblades. My concern was regarding the relative size of the wood compared to the strain it was going to be given. It must be strong or else they wouldn't be doing very well in terms of sales, but it surprises me that it's that strong.

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but it surprises me that it's that strong.
Bamboo is very strong and also grows very fast, almost like a weed. I have some in the yard, and you're not cutting older stalks back with hand tools to be sure. It's not too friendly to your chainsaw blade either. It's also hard to kill. You can just about make a U out of the stuff bending it before it breaks.

It's something you should consider if you think about planting any.
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wtf? it didn't show my post, then when I tried again, it showed both attempts...

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And I've finally upgraded to an HDTV with an Element Electronics TV; 22 inch class, LCD, supports up to 1080p...
LED, fuck! It's one consonant, but it makes all the difference...

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I bought this big fat Heat sink. It's a Scythe Katana and I had to take my Dremel cutter out and cut a hole in the computer case to get it to fit. It's fun to make sparks and scare the dog I also bought a 500 rpm case fan that only makes 7dbm of noise. Less in the case.

With the heat sink sticking 2" out of the case in the free air neither the case or CPU fan runs at more than 500 rpm even with an X3800 X2 at 100% CPU from encoding HDTV all the time.

The noise was making me grumpy. The noise level is a very pleasant 13 db/m which beats the hell out of 42 before the upgrade.

It's refinement of a PC mentioned here:

http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?t=311776

I added a 1 TB drive and 1.5 TB total seems to be more than enough for a home fileserver, Winamp and TV box. I put some drive rails in front of the case fan. Now the fan blows right through the drives and at the video card. I don't need much fan. It could also theoretically hold 6 drives instead of 2, but then I start to tempt my heat and noise problem again.

See you kids would want to overclock, where I want quiet! OK, just checking it out. 2GHz overclocked to 2.4 Ghz stable. I could only get 2.1 on a not hot day with the regular fan. Manchester core Althon X2 3800. Double clocked video card Radeon 4650 went pretty quick to 60C. That's ok. It'll last years that way. CPU fan at 3000 rpm. CPU temp 58C. That's pretty toasty. Case temp.... not with one little case fan for very long. 46C.

Not surprising, it's probably sucking twice the power configured like that. Acid test approved. It will get noisy before it blows up.

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Water cool it and have both.

My i7 rig sits at 4ghz 24/7 and it's nice and quiet.





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My i7 rig sits at 4ghz 24/7 and it's nice and quiet...
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That looks like a really well done machine, but even with water cooling it looks like you added enough case fans to beat the band.

I'd be wanting some 120hz monitors and some of those Nvidia 3d glasses. Alas, my computer budget this week includes a box of DVD+R's and $36 in fans.

I am kind of a late adopter. I did buy a rather underpowered laptop a month ago or so. It's funny, my friend always buys the latest thing, but because our buying things is out of sync, about half the time I have a faster computer spending half the money.

I'm due for replacement of my socket 939 Athlons, except for this box, which is mainly a PVR and works fine for that.

Jason replaced an earlier one of those with a core quad i5 a year ago. Things only get faster and cheaper. A year from now I'll be faster at half the price spending $1500, he'll get faster again spending $3000 in a year or two. Leap frog.

This new 45nm processor technology seems to have hit the wall, finding it's practical ends at 3Ghz and no really great ideas to go further. Memory and hard disks are finding a new generation of improvement right now though.

I'm sort of a casual gamer. I like the Wii. Except for gaming, I haven't found a reason to upgrade anything. This recently acquired 1.2 Ghz X2 laptop I bought works just fine for general computing, just like this Frankenstein with some some 4 year old parts (and a few new) does it's job.

The thing I think is neat about the machine you built there is that it shows care in workmanship, which is something it's hard to buy off the shelf. Your machine would be a complete waste to sit under a TV set and play movies. It needs some radical video games!

I will be taking notes, and waiting a year or so to buy it half price I am waiting for DDR3 to get cheaper, processors to come down a little. Hard drives are getting into a faster generation. Considering it, I think I want to wait a little and get in on some of the improvements. If I had waited a little on the box above, it would have an AM2 socket, which would have given me better processor choices.

I can only afford to build new machines every few years, so I try to make it count. Hell, I still have a Barton (Barton 2500 - 1.4 Ghz, 4GB ram... 2 drives 200GB and 160GB EIDE) based gaming machine I built years ago. It's all dolled up. LED fans. Fan covers with alien faces. In it's day, it was a screamer. Still works fine. Now to be shamed by a laptop. Well not quite. It still wins with graphics. It don't remember what the 100 watt, 1 pound graphics card is. Fast at the time. It's funny how a 25 lb 400 watt behemoth from 1994 compares to an underpowered 15 watt, 5 lb 2010 laptop. It's the last gaming machine I built.

Now that I played a couple games in 3d, my next machine is going to need to be capable of it. Just waiting for that to come in at a budget. A few years of hiatus from playing video games finds a little more interest when it's in 3d. Neat stuff.

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@ Atmo - Excellent job on the case. It looks quite nice and is filled with some impressive components. Aside of all the time invested, about how much money would you say it all added up to?

One of these days I'd like to mod my case. It's an excellent "blank slate", but I never got around to dressing it up. For reference I use a Cooler Master CM Stacker 810, but without the included power supply that you see here:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811119145

It's silent enough that I can't tell it's on at all even from only 3 feet away, unless the fan on the video card really starts to speed up, which very rarely happens. The CPU cooler I use is the Noctua from this thread:
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I bought an RT-N12 Asus router. They don't tell you everything about 802.11n routers. If you want any of the portion of the promised 300 megabits, you have to run without 802.11 b/g compatibility.

Here's my acid test with 2 computers each 45 feet from the router with 2 and 3 interior walls in the way respectively. This is about the speed I got copying files from one windows file share to another.

802.11g about 4 megabits (This is about twice as fast as the Trendnet router w/5db antenna this replaced)
802.11g/802.11n compatibility... n connected. about 10 megabits.
802.11n only - about 22 megabits.

You can't really use this as a repeater, except to repeat another RT-N12 unless you wanted to run open WEP.

It's almost practical to copy large files using 802.11n (4-5 minutes/GB), but slowing that down with b/g compatibility mode.... skip it..... I *think you'd drag the whole system down to b or g performance by connecting a b or g device, so my compatibility mode test of 10 megabits would probably drag down to 4 if you linked old b/g wlan cards.

I sorta feel like I just didn't get the whole story on 802.11n. I'd have to call this a recommended $40. It's a decent router. If you aren't willing to obsolete all your 802.11g equipment, I wouldn't bother though.

My excuse was that I have owned this Trendnet router, which is a piece of crap, for a few years and it finally irritated me enough to replace it. The card in my TV/home server computer was also a crappy Trendnet. I replaced that with an Asus 802.11n pci-e card, which freed a PCI slot which I wanted for an extra hard drive controller card.

I'm not wow'ed, but now that I've discovered the things they didn't want to tell you, it's ok.

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I'm glad you let me know about that; I was considering stepping up to n. However, all but two of my devices are b/g (Renee's Asus and my work hp laptop can do n, printers and other laptops/portables are b or g). I guess until I abandon the non-n stuff, it won't be worth it if what you say holds true for other models of routers too. For now I'm using a netgear g router (about 2 or more years old) that I have to power-cycle about once a week. I probably should have bought a Linksys. People tell me you don't have to power cycle them nearly as often. Thanks for the review and information.

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I only have a Wii and a PSP that use 802.11g, and switching the router to "auto" only takes a few seconds. It does WAY slow down.

Another choice would be to use the old router to do 802.11g. Plug it in to the new router and get a DHCP address for it.

I hesitate to do that because I am already grabbing the 40mhz around channel 1. If you didn't know the non-overlapping channels for 802.11g (20 Mhz) are 1,6 and 11. The non-overlapping channels for 802.11n (40mhz) are 1 and 11.

I am probably overlapping channel 6. That means I'd have to use channel 11. With a dozen other neighbor routers around my house did I want to be a bad neighbor and use the entire spectrum space? My nearest neighbor, whose linksys router brightly shows up on channel 11 probably wouldn't like it. If I wasn't in a sea of routers!

About reliability on your router. My trendnet would need a reboot weekly. Sometimes I think that was a needed refresh for the connection to the fios. One problem I've noticed with people that are having router problems is that they stuck the router someplace where it would get too hot. Routers and modems are pretty much toasters, so they need fresh air.

Here's a tidbit for your wireless lexicon. Use channel 1 if you can because your microwave oven won't interfere as much (or at all in my case). Channel 11 is the worse. I read this some place and tested it finding it to be true.

People I know that have bought the linksys routers have been happy with them. I'll come back and gripe about this router if ...... so far so good....

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My last BIG purchase: HP TouchSmart tm2 laptop/tablet. The fingerprint login thing took a while to get used to but it's nifty not typing my 17 character password each time I fire up my laptop. The touch screen has 2 input points, so that's kind of nifty. I figured when I bought it that I would get back into drawing and such... It has since reminded me that I suck at drawing. It's ok though, almost all my co-workers think I have an iPad and I've gotten tired of correcting them.
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The only thing that I wish I had in a laptop that I don't have is a touch/pressure-sensitive tablet screen (and a stylus). It must be quite nice. I haven't found any that can do both that and play 1080p yet, so I guess I'll have to wait. I love playing around on those things.

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My last BIG purchase: HP TouchSmart tm2 laptop/tablet. The fingerprint login thing took a while to get used to but it's nifty not typing my 17 character password each time I fire up my laptop. The touch screen has 2 input points, so that's kind of nifty. I figured when I bought it that I would get back into drawing and such... It has since reminded me that I suck at drawing. It's ok though, almost all my co-workers think I have an iPad and I've gotten tired of correcting them.
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