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  1. Logitech DiNovo, covers all the bases. Price has dropped considerably. Looks cool. Its working well for me. I haven't tried it but the Logitech Wireless Solar K750 looks the part as well. Although it has no touch pad it apparently works for weeks with out light and you wont be tethered to a charging base.
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    I want it

    Just dropped a bomb on the below setup when I already have an excellent setup I just built last year. Corsair Vengeance CML16GX3M4A1600C9B 16GB (4x4GB) DDR3 Audioengine 5+ Black Audioengine D1 Premium 24-Bit DAC ASUS P8Z77-V DELUXE Motherboard Intel Core i7 3770K Western Digital VelociRaptor 500GB WD5000HHTZ OCZ Agility 4 256GB SSD MSI GeForce GTX 680 Lightning 2GB My excuse, had a few wines it was 3:30 in the morning and my partner wanted another rig so we could play guild wars 2 together. Who am I to argue. Next day dropped another smaller bomb on slot loading bluray player and 25 Greatest Hits CDs from the 80's It will have to stop soon when I move into the new mortgage so making the most of it while I still can.
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    Post Your Latest Real Life Purchase!

    Heard of them but couldn't tell you. Yes it is a little weird at first but you soon become accustomed to them. Wore them for an entire week to work, really comfortable, even though they have little cushioning. Still not sure about running in them, they do tend to make you push off and land on the front of the foot which I think feels more natural than what standard runners do (ie heel toe). Not that I run much. Cheap and sourced locally wanted to make sure they fitted correctly ($70)
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    Post Your Latest Real Life Purchase!

    Don't have it yet, but it grabbed me as a cool way to draw on my 60 inch plasma from the couch. Could suck, but looks promising. Oh, and these. Freaky, awesome!
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    Best Logo Designing Software?

    Quark has it in one. Illustrator is the program of choice, infinitely scalable with out loss of of image quality. The right tool for the right job.
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    Grado Prestige Series SR80i Headphones Grado Sr80i Headphones I can't glean if you only want these for music or for music and gaming but, for no more than $100 or so these are brilliant for music and hold up just fine for gaming. Clear, precise with extreme detail. You can listen to a track that you have heard over and over, only to discover an instrument you never knew was there with these cans. Can't be beat for price vs performance. Real budget audiophile with out all the hype.
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    New Monitor

    tOrtise You could try this for $215 23” Dell UltraSharp U2312HM E-value Code: U14U2312HMAU Dell Ultrasharp U2312HM You wont be disappointed smakme7757 especially if you do colour critical work. Got the U2410 for $487 inc GST with 3 year warrenty wish I got two for that price. Pays to wait for a deal sometimes.
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    New Monitor

    I have a DellU2410, my first IPS and I wont be going back in a hurry. This model is 6ms and has been great for games, I cant see 2ms making that much difference. Colours, viewing angle both great. Mine is not led back lit either. This is my third dell monitor and I have always been happy. Personally, for the price I think you will be well chuffed.
  9. Is it the same PDF you are trying to print? or have you tried different ones? What happens if you right click on the PDF file and selecting print?
  10. eVga 580 $569 Corsair Low profile ram $139.99 for 12 Gig (not sure of delivery time though, less hassle with cooler clearence. Thanks to smakme7757) i7 2600k $339 PC case gear were pretty quick with my delivery and I'm in Adelaide
  11. Thanks for the responses. I ended up running down to my local MSY for some Gskill, which just fits. Two followup questions 1. If I got one more stick of vengeance would the tiple channel thing be a moot point. I could just put all four sticks in? 2. Why does the kitlog recommend this setup in ther 'perfect pc' build
  12. Ok first post, be gentle. I recently built my first ever PC (its freakn awsum!) However as I was flying a little blind (even after exhaustive research), I got a couple of things wrong, no surprises there. I bought a 12gig Corsair Vengeance kit (CMZ12GX3M3A1600C9) and a Noctua NH-D14 cooler before anything else, just because I thought they were cool (not sound logic but..) Now even before they arrived I discovered there was no way in hell the ram was going to fit under the cooler with those gigantic (necessary?), cool heat sinks. Lo and behold Asus P8P67 Deluxe (which I realise doesnt suppport triple channel, mistake number 2) in hand aannnd not not a chance. Apologies for the waffle, to the point In Atomic issue 130 the new and revised Kitlog has both these items in the "perfect PC" build. Yes they have a different mobo (Gigabyte G1.Sniper 2). So is it possible to do this with that mobo? Is there some kind of mod to make it possible? I have 12gig sitting in the box kinda keen to put it in a good home. Cheers and thanks in advance
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    Looking at gaming monitors at 24"

    I have a soft spot for Samsung after having two samsung TV's and two samsung monitors with no complaints.
  14. Got a 2500k idles 32.0 C stock with Noctua NH-D14 in a Level 10 case. This is my first build so not really sure what it should be at. Motherboard temp still as a rock @ 27 C Case fans running at 1130 CPU at 1250