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  1. Posts : 3,118
    Win7 Home Premium x64 SP1
       #561

    Alsisgevat said:
    Ganjiry - I never keep boxes for longer then 3 months, if it keeps working after 3 months,it will allways work
    .
    the longest i've kept any component so far is 12 months. i've usually bought n sold again within 3 months lol but now after about 3 complete rebuilds and about 6 sets of peripherals in 2 years i've finally settled lol. for the forseable future anyway :P

    Edit: oh i have got to change my psu to a modular one after crimbo and get a 120hz monitor
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  2. Posts : 1,438
    64bit Windows 10
       #562

    Nice! Send me a pm when you plan on getting a psu, I have bought and read allot on them to give professional advice lmao!
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  3. Posts : 1,223
    Win 10 x64 Pro x64 / Ubuntu 15.10 x64
       #563

    ganjiry said:
    i always keep the boxes from components n stuff as ts easier to sell them with it, my mrs does'nt seem impressed tho
    I do that as well, the last two times I've moved house, I've had a couple "boxes of boxes" that I cart with me.. Suppose I should actually clean some of them out some time, but I am glad I kept most of them, I've got some old stuff I can sell now. I'll see if I get a chance to post them on Carbonite later.

    boogieboy said:
    ...but problem is i lack in equipment for cutting wood ply.. need to buy that woodcutting hand machine and few other tools...
    Depending on how steady your hand is, a decent jigsaw should do the trick quite nicely for that. Ultimately though, if a friend of a friend of a friend has a table saw that you can use, that would make easy work of the larger pieces.
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  4. Posts : 3,118
    Win7 Home Premium x64 SP1
       #564

    hehe
    i'm only gonna get an 850 or 1000w as components are getting less n less power hungry enit. so i cant see me ever needing more than the 850w. i'm pretty certain i'll go for a corsair psu, not sure which. with some bitfenix sleeved cables
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  5. Posts : 1,438
    64bit Windows 10
       #565

    Get the corsair ax850 with the presleeved extra wire kit of your choice:
    psu: Professional Series

    wires: PSU Accessories - Power Supply Units
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  6. Posts : 3,118
    Win7 Home Premium x64 SP1
       #566

    cheers chap
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  7. Posts : 9,615
    Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit
       #567

    ZaLiTH said:
    ...
    boogieboy said:
    ...but problem is i lack in equipment for cutting wood ply.. need to buy that woodcutting hand machine and few other tools...
    Depending on how steady your hand is, a decent jigsaw should do the trick quite nicely for that. Ultimately though, if a friend of a friend of a friend has a table saw that you can use, that would make easy work of the larger pieces.
    A steady hand isn't needed to cut straight lines if you clamp a staightedge (like a board) to the surface being cut and use it to guide the saw.
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  8. Posts : 4,198
    Windows 10 Pro
       #568

    ZaLiTH said:

    boogieboy said:
    ...but problem is i lack in equipment for cutting wood ply.. need to buy that woodcutting hand machine and few other tools...
    Depending on how steady your hand is, a decent jigsaw should do the trick quite nicely for that. Ultimately though, if a friend of a friend of a friend has a table saw that you can use, that would make easy work of the larger pieces.
    aah i have a jigsaw but it takes a lot of force back and forth to cut but that could be due to having a ancient time jigsaw lol (it's quiet old so maybe that's why it's rough on teeth) anyways there that handy machine which has saw running on the bottom i forgot it's name what its called.. saw few models at the Metro Cash 'N' Carry in reasonable price range so thinking to grab one of them to start some experimentation and praticing
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  9. Posts : 1,223
    Win 10 x64 Pro x64 / Ubuntu 15.10 x64
       #569

    boogieboy said:
    aah i have a jigsaw but it takes a lot of force back and forth to cut but that could be due to having a ancient time jigsaw lol (it's quiet old so maybe that's why it's rough on teeth) anyways there that handy machine which has saw running on the bottom i forgot it's name what its called.. saw few models at the Metro Cash 'N' Carry in reasonable price range so thinking to grab one of them to start some experimentation and praticing
    Lol. First thing that comes to mind is a circular saw. You mean like this one..?


    But yeah, working with wood is great fun, I haven't had a chance to do anything like that in a few years...
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  10. Posts : 24,479
    Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1
       #570

    Bilal maybe your jigsaw needs only a new blade. There are special ones for plywood cutting as well.
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