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  1. This is the last picture I took of my Mustang today before I sold it. Very close to the way I bought it aside from the rear spoiler and tint. Still have the GT500 bumper and GT350 wheels and tires to get rid of though. I polished it before the pic. I was wiping my kids fingerprints from the small interior rear windows thinking of all those Sunday cruises to get breakfast. Got a bit sad because part of me wanted to keep it. I have too many cars. I barely drive anymore since I work from home. Bought it new in 18 and sold it with 32,000 miles. It sat not driven for 5 months. Just cam
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  2. Well I have been stripping the cards and rebuilding them over last couple of days, just one more now. Keeping the shrouds off as I feel like testing the case through and through airflow will be fairly good. Plus the shrouds are plastic and only serves to hold heat in.
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  4. RDNA2 GPUs have Vulkan Ray Tracing via the latest AMDGPU-Pro driver. 6900XT Metro Exodus - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4r183JwhL0 NVIDIA has been releasing Vulkan Ray tracing enabled drivers since December.
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  5. it fits but barely, but the fan is so close to the side panel that even though it's spinning ~400 RPM slower it's 9001x times louder. oh well
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  6. I like it, definitely well made As for keeping things neat cable wise, there are ways that can be done using the extrusions as guides. For instance, 80/20 sells cable tie mounts you can easily slip into t-slots in a cinch. They also sell t-slot covers which can be useful for hiding longer stretches of one or two wires (e.g., from a tmp monitoring device like those sold by Aquacomputer and others), depending on the wire gauge and extrusion t-slot size. Might not be as pretty as your typical hidden routing areas and grommet holes, but you can certainly make things look
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  7. Need For Speed Underground 2
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  8. I can't find the KB5001330 (diff Win build I think) but I do have KB5001337. Has NO one figured out that MS is trying to hack our mainframes? I mean look... is KB, 500, LEET.
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