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    First get this out of my system: ONE...

    First get this out of my system:



    ONE measly mile, and you are afraid you'll have a hard time biking that? Or did you mean some more miles?
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    Well, most of this stuff is plug-and-play...

    Well, most of this stuff is plug-and-play nowadays, so there's hardly anything to be intimidated from. Stuff that absolutely can go wrong is when you try to connect things together that aren't...
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    I've found hold back at yet more pages with a...

    I've found hold back at yet more pages with a wall of text communication that I don't really want to skip, but I don't feel the need to read all of it either. It used to be funny, but it's too...
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    Great you got it working. Show some more when you...

    Great you got it working. Show some more when you have it set up ;)
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    Also make sure you did not fuse the relay...

    Also make sure you did not fuse the relay contacts together. Usually relays can only be guaranteed to switch a certain amount of current. Past that the contacts may fuse together because of arc...
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    I've just finished the game. It's all very nice;...

    I've just finished the game. It's all very nice; scenery, models, mapwise, apart from the fact that the gameplay completely sucks when it comes to shooting. I get completely turned off by the fact...
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    Hot damn I totally forgot about this mod (abou...

    Hot damn I totally forgot about this mod (abou the 10th time now) and there's suddenly a thread about it being released on he 14th. So I check the date and it's the 15th! Been loving it so far,...
  • You mean centimeters, right?

    You mean centimeters, right?
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    Yeah, I did the same :v: But then you get the...

    Yeah, I did the same :v:
    But then you get the adhesive back again, at least with mine.
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    The more expensive ones come screwed on a metal...

    The more expensive ones come screwed on a metal plate with power connections for the board. It also has rubber feet and that makes it somewhat nicer to work with.
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    I've done a course in FPGA's, but aren't those...

    I've done a course in FPGA's, but aren't those programmable logic chips? What use is there for them outside of hardware builders?
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    I finished an electronics college in 2010, but I...

    I finished an electronics college in 2010, but I failed last years higher education, because I couldn't get trough the math. I'm still in it. Nowadays I'm fiddling around with the Arduino. There's...
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    I'd go with a voltage regulator like the 7812...

    I'd go with a voltage regulator like the 7812 like Chryseus mentioned. They are so much easier. Just remember to attach a nice cooling block, because at 1 amp, they get hot.
  • Just make sure you never split a single connector...

    Just make sure you never split a single connector into two PCI-E connectors. You need two seperate sources. Most modern PSU's normally have at least two PCI-E connectors, and the versions with more...
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    I really like it, the motion is not bad, although...

    I really like it, the motion is not bad, although some parts where they were running diagonally made it a bit awkward. Also it's a damn shame there isn't one good model of Freeman around that looks...
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    PWM indeed. The arduino already has some digital...

    PWM indeed. The arduino already has some digital pins that support this. They refer to it as an analog output. All you need to do is to call "analogWrite(pin, value)", where pin is obviously the pin...
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    Looks pretty neat, do you have more pictures? I...

    Looks pretty neat, do you have more pictures? I also have a corsair case, a 700D to be exact, and I'm planning on watercooling it too, mainly because my two GTX560 cards make a lot of noise when in...
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    I've read somewhere while researching lucid...

    I've read somewhere while researching lucid dreaming, that if you start breathing real deep for a bit, the body will start to wake up. Since you still have control over your breathing while...
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    Unprotected inductive loads can sure ruin your...

    Unprotected inductive loads can sure ruin your day when used inproperly, better get a new fan like chipset posted.

    Also make sure the sockets are properly grounded. I got a lot of shocks from the...
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    That's why I mentioned (plastic, not ceramic)...

    That's why I mentioned (plastic, not ceramic) wire nuts. Just twist 'em on and put the wires away neatly. Then install the doorbell set. Easy.
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    You'd better leave the cabling like it is, and...

    You'd better leave the cabling like it is, and use some wire nuts like these to close the ends. Preferably you also disable the fuse. This way, whenever you or a possible new house owner wants to...
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    Send them to garry, I believe he's done something...

    Send them to garry, I believe he's done something with ants, although his thread about it doesn't specify much. :v:
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