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Aenonar

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Wednesday, February 13th 2013, 7:11pm

New keyboard arrived, time until modification: 5 minutes :>

Nice that you can dim the backlight but.... The function lock keys are like fucking moonbeams D: Got to block those off a bit to dim them down -.-' Fucking annoying with a moonbeam straight over your vision line to the screen >.<

Also going to take some time to get used to the new feel of it :> Apparently I used the bottom left corner to orient myself and that's completely different now :> Hitting the G6 button a lot instead of ctrl/shift :>

It's also pretty loud even though it's supposed to be even quieter than normal mechanical keyboards :> The clicks seem to transfer straight through the keyboard into the desk as well... :>

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Wednesday, February 13th 2013, 8:24pm

@Gorbaz The Dragon

OH MY GOD SO MUCH LEGO! :love:
It is most of the lego I have tho, I wish I had more, I'd make an entire case stand mega big thing to put it in that has 2 intake fans and 3 exhaust fans :)
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Wednesday, February 13th 2013, 8:30pm

It is most of the lego I have tho, I wish I had more, I'd make an entire case stand mega big thing to put it in that has 2 intake fans and 3 exhaust fans :)

that's really cool

but..if you don't mind me asking...why?

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Wednesday, February 13th 2013, 8:57pm

Okay, I still like my new monitor quite a lot.. I just reduced the backlight bleeding in the lower right corner by sticking the plastic parts of q-tips into the frame and that way relieving stress from the panel. The only minor issues are the non-perfect color homogeneity (the middle of the screen is a bit more yellow than the rest, but you only notice that when looking at mostly white or gray screens) and that the monitor goes blank for a few seconds when alt-tabbing out of BF3. Contrast ratio, backlight bleeding, maximum brightness, input lag, response time, color space coverage, viewing angles, anti-glare (not grainy!) and backlight homogeneity are all good or very good imo. Having a remote control to change settings is nice as well.

Hax mode works as advertised: Photo Album - Imgur

Well worth the MSRP of 300€, I paid 240€ because there is a scratch on the back or something I cannot be bothered to investigate.
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Wednesday, February 13th 2013, 9:15pm

Okay, I still like my new monitor quite a lot.. I just reduced the backlight bleeding in the lower right corner by sticking the plastic parts of q-tips into the frame and that way relieving stress from the panel. The only minor issues are the non-perfect color homogeneity (the middle of the screen is a bit more yellow than the rest, but you only notice that when looking at mostly white or gray screens) and that the monitor goes blank for a few seconds when alt-tabbing out of BF3. Contrast ratio, backlight bleeding, maximum brightness, input lag, response time, color space coverage, viewing angles, anti-glare (not grainy!) and backlight homogeneity are all good or very good imo. Having a remote control to change settings is nice as well.

Hax mode works as advertised: Photo Album - Imgur

Well worth the MSRP of 300€, I paid 240€ because there is a scratch on the back or something I cannot be bothered to investigate.

BAD REZAL!
NO HAX!

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Wednesday, February 13th 2013, 9:30pm

Okay, I still like my new monitor quite a lot.. I just reduced the backlight bleeding in the lower right corner by sticking the plastic parts of q-tips into the frame and that way relieving stress from the panel. The only minor issues are the non-perfect color homogeneity (the middle of the screen is a bit more yellow than the rest, but you only notice that when looking at mostly white or gray screens) and that the monitor goes blank for a few seconds when alt-tabbing out of BF3. Contrast ratio, backlight bleeding, maximum brightness, input lag, response time, color space coverage, viewing angles, anti-glare (not grainy!) and backlight homogeneity are all good or very good imo. Having a remote control to change settings is nice as well.

Hax mode works as advertised: Photo Album - Imgur

Well worth the MSRP of 300€, I paid 240€ because there is a scratch on the back or something I cannot be bothered to investigate.

BAD REZAL!
NO HAX!

Those hacks would come useful...

Because lol 9" SDTV :3 (brightness at 80% or so, too)
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Wednesday, February 13th 2013, 9:44pm

Okay, I still like my new monitor quite a lot.. I just reduced the backlight bleeding in the lower right corner by sticking the plastic parts of q-tips into the frame and that way relieving stress from the panel. The only minor issues are the non-perfect color homogeneity (the middle of the screen is a bit more yellow than the rest, but you only notice that when looking at mostly white or gray screens) and that the monitor goes blank for a few seconds when alt-tabbing out of BF3. Contrast ratio, backlight bleeding, maximum brightness, input lag, response time, color space coverage, viewing angles, anti-glare (not grainy!) and backlight homogeneity are all good or very good imo. Having a remote control to change settings is nice as well.

Hax mode works as advertised: Photo Album - Imgur

Well worth the MSRP of 300€, I paid 240€ because there is a scratch on the back or something I cannot be bothered to investigate.

BAD REZAL!
NO HAX!

Those hacks would come useful...

Because lol 9" SDTV :3 (brightness at 80% or so, too)


mine screen looks just like his last one too....

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Thursday, February 14th 2013, 4:07pm


but..if you don't mind me asking...why?
I like fiddling with stuff, if there is anything I could possibly improve on, I will try to improve on it (sometimes even if it means destroying said thing). I can not stand something that is not doing as well as it can.
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Friday, February 15th 2013, 2:12am

So im getting windows 8....and a length of rope with a stool.
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Friday, February 15th 2013, 9:23am

Something interesting happened this morning, my PC triple booted, and I got a message saying "Overclocking failed. Press F1 to go to BIOS" or something like that.

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