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Old 12-10-20, 02:02 PM
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Thomas? pah (no I joke, I loved it) but Ivor The Engine !

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Old 13-10-20, 12:08 PM
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My daughter loves watching Thomas.

Missus puts anything Thomas on for her but I only ever put the original on.
I did something similar for my nephew. He loves Thomas so I got him the classic boxset for christmas last year. It's the original or bust, haha.


Sorry to be a bit of a bug with the questions everyone, but is anyone familiar with the software in this Humble bundle? I'm thinking of getting it but I'm a bit apprehensive whether it's any good or not:

https://www.humblebundle.com/softwar...softwarebundle
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Old 13-10-20, 03:50 PM
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Haven't used corel for years but it was the main competition for photoshop at the time, no idea how it is these days
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Old 14-10-20, 06:04 PM
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Well tested this Ray tracing shadows in World of Warcraft and boy is it a waste of time for a 10fps hit.

Its basically softer shadows and nothing more. Not worth it in an mmo. Perhaps its better tuned in the new expansion but so far.. I see nothing special.
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Old 14-10-20, 06:08 PM
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Digital Foundry have some interesting analysis of the PS5 teardown video

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Old 16-10-20, 08:54 PM
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Finally installed my SilverStone SST-ARM12B monitor arm, It's amazing how much more desk space I have, No more banging my mouse into the monitor stand

Still using the replacement Corsair "gaming" chair until I move then it will go bye bye and I'll start using the much much better Herman Miller Embody I got a while ago.

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Wondering if anyone in the know can clear something up for me, I see on Facebook a fair amount of old articles reposted by the likes of PCGamer, Corsair etc... some over 5 years old, Does someone in control of that specific social media account go and get their old articles and repost them or is there an option on Facebook to do this with older content like cycle it ? If it's the former that just seems very strange.
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Old 15-11-20, 05:52 PM
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Absolutely appalling quality issues with MSI's Trio RTX cards.

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/forum...tion.18906124/

Was wondering how it happened and if it was a one off. Nope. A few cases have been reported. The plastic back plate seems to snap off where the screws go in. Note I said plastic back plate.

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Old 15-11-20, 10:47 PM
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Absolutely appalling quality issues with MSI's Trio RTX cards.

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/forum...tion.18906124/

Was wondering how it happened and if it was a one off. Nope. A few cases have been reported. The plastic back plate seems to snap off where the screws go in. Note I said plastic back plate.


Pfft, for the amount of money that you pay for these graphics card these days, it should be made out of spacecraft material.
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Old 15-11-20, 11:02 PM
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To be fair you can get modern cut carbon fibre sheet for anywhere from £250 to £1000 per square meter nowadays depending on thickness and type and that, surely a backplate would only be like 0.05 square meters(~£13-54 raw costs), surely we can't be that far off some manufacturer using a bit of real carbon fibre on a top end model.
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