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  1. Made an Oni Mask... Thoughts

    @JosephW It was a 3 part print (4 technically) there is a join just under the eyes where the mask was cut in 1/2, otherwise it was just a bit too tall...then the horns were printed separately as well and glued on after... to prep the piece i sanded -> filled -> primed maybe 2-3 times then did a few layers of more primer and that got it as smooth as i could get it in a reasonable amount of time
  2. Made an Oni Mask... Thoughts

    ill be sticking cloth behind it after i finish painting
  3. Made an Oni Mask... Thoughts

    So ive been messing around with my 3D printer and decided to work on a little project making an Oni mask! Here it is, its almost finished just have to do a few touchups with paint and put a clearcoat over the top attach some straps and it should be good to go! Also, i recently got an airbrush and trying to learn the art of using it... still have a lot to learn but i feel im slowly getting there What are your thoughts/criticisms..... would like to hear what you guys have to say
  4. memory More RAM for Star Citizen

    Id swing the other way and say 16gb is plenty sufficent.. running my setup with 16gb i rarely get close to 75% usage in almost all of the games i play ... its really a cost thing... if youre happy to spend more then get more but 16 is fine for now
  5. Hey all, so i decided to upgrade my total ram to 32gb and got a new kit (to save me any incompatibility drama) and now want to sell off my "older" sticks They are the G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 16GB kit (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3600 (PC4 28800) Desktop Memory Model F4-3600C17D-16GTZR They work fine and are basically brand new (5ish months old) Am looking for around $300 ish AUD (negotiable), and would pref to ship around aus only (also negotiable) PM me if interested
  6. Finally got my Coffee Lake PC build and running!

    Any one of those cards (single) will work just fine and if you wanna save get the 1070ti... Otherwise go big and get the 1080ti... Good luck with your pc
  7. Finally got my Coffee Lake PC build and running!

    the 280 (what i have) also comes in a pcie version and im using it as a boot drive so yes it can
  8. Finally got my Coffee Lake PC build and running!

    if you want to do that.... i would strongly suggest 2x 1080ti i would stay away from >2 SLI.... performance per $ drops off pretty fast
  9. Finally got my Coffee Lake PC build and running!

    I don't think so... and if you could it wouldn't run very well, different clock speeds, different architecture... AMD had something like that where you could crossfire 2 different cards but the faster one would slow down to the level of the slower one (as far as i can remember) making it somewhat pointless to do.... (the main reason for it was for crossfireing say 2 RX 580's one from Asus and one from Gigabyte with different clock speeds) TL:DR - With nvidea, you need 2 identical cards for SLI
  10. Finally got my Coffee Lake PC build and running!

    I was debating getting the 32GB kit or 16GB kit .... and at this point the cost of everything was hemorrhaging my bank account, bleeding out money i decided to save a few $$ and get what was a really good deal with the 3600mhz 16Gb kit.... looking back i should of just bit the bullet and got the 32gb pack.... when prices drop/sales come back i might get them untill then 16 it is
  11. Finally got my Coffee Lake PC build and running!

    If you follow the Pc Part Picker link it will (should) show you prices for all the parts in the build .... excluding any aesthetic/misc. pieces But last i checked it came to around $4800 AUD (~$3700 USD)... granted i did get alot of items on sales and over time.. so about $3850 AUD (~$3000 USD) Build - https://au.pcpartpicker.com/user/xKiLlFrEnZyx/saved/629RGX
  12. Finally got my Coffee Lake PC build and running!

    The 2 on the side are some Cheapy AOC monitors i got and the UW is an LG one... dont know the exact model number but im happy with them
  13. Finally got my Coffee Lake PC build and running!

    Got some testing done and got a stable OC of 5ghz @ 1.35v and the gpu runs at around 2050mhz.... it could boost higher but its hot as hell in Aus right now and the AC can only do so much, so getting the max OC is gonna have to wait till winter Few 3D Mark scores Fire Strike - https://www.3dmark.com/fs/14381586 Time Spy - https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/23846310
  14. So with the release of Intel's Optane drive... i had to grab one! (the raven may have been a large factor ) With full support only on 7th gen+, i had to upgrade my 4790k ... (you will be missed) Build - https://au.pcpartpicker.com/user/xKiLlFrEnZyx/saved/629RGX CPU - 8700k Cooler - TT Floe Riing 360 Mobo - Gigabyte z370 Aorus Gaming 5 RAM - G.Skill Trident Z RGB 16gb 3600mhz GPU - Aorus GTX 1080Ti Xtreme PSU - 1200w Corsiar AXi series Case - Thermaltake View 71 RGB Storage - Intel Optane 280gb SSD Samsung 850 pro's 512 in raid 0 Samsung 250 Evo 500 WD blue 2tb Few pics Gallery here -> https://imgur.com/a/UT9Df RGB is life... dont hate Had to add my own custom flair to it! Carefully peel it! Final result Still need to do some benchmarks and get the overclock setup.... but im proud of the build Will post results soon
  15. kickstarter Ghost S1 MKII Kickstarter

    Yeah i saw this on jayz2cents ... really like the idea & look, would make for a nice HTPC!