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  1. I have a newer version of this sub and its incredible. Well worth the asking price. Deep bass from a sealed cabinet so it fast and natural sounding. Also really easy to intergrate into an existing 2 channel system using the high level inputs. GLWTS.
  2. Impressive lot of gear for sale at incredible pricing. Not to detail this thread but I appreciate Rocket League being displayed on the telly. GLWTS mate.
  3. I have had quite a few amps around my home and run separates. Both vintage and current stuff. I would probably just buy new for the warranty and because around 50% of the second hand gear I have purchased has been either modified or repaired badly by tradesmen or by amateurs. Mind you none of these issues were raised at the time of sale. That's fine if you can fix it and you most likely can but it's a pain when you've already spent good money. The only thing that has really blown everything away was a high end Sansui intergrated with a separate preamp bypassing it
  4. Item: Schiit Sys Preamp Price Range: 80-100 (postage inclusive) Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: Looking to find one for a friend. Can pick up in Canberra and will discuss separate postage depending on sale price. Please don't forget to report your post as FOUND when possible. (You can now delete this text).
  5. Probably one of the most exciting sales I've seen for a while. What a gorgeous pair of speakers. GLWTS mate.
  6. Item: Beyerdynamic DT880 (600) Price Range: 150-300 (depending on headphone and condition) Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: Specifically looking for the DT880 (600) but happy to consider other Beyer headphones. Turns out that I have regretted selling my T90 ever since I sold it and I would like another Beyer to replace them.
  7. I'll just add my short and sweet bit here. Stick to a PC. KB and Mouse is far better then a console and may encourage your son to mess about on a PC. This may help him later in life when he wants to get a job or potentially work in an IT related field. Have a budget that you want to stick to. A $1000 PC is going to be much slower then a $1500 PC but the cheaper PC is still going to be great at 1080p gaming. Your main factor in a game like fortnite should be maximum framerate at 1080p or 1440p (monitor dependant). Try and get a 100Hz minimum monitor. I use a Kogan 29 in
  8. Use a decent paste. It'll last years under a heatsink and have much better thermal conductivity. I would only suggest this if you were expecting to be removing the CPU cooler often.
  9. Even mild overclocking with a 3600 is fine with the stock cooler. Get a Noctua if you feel you might upgrade later or you want to be comfortable knowing your CPU will never overheat. This is from someone with a D15. Btw Luc, your PC is remarkably close to my build. Great minds think a like and all that
  10. 70 is actually quite cool. They can run near 100 degrees and be fine. It just means the fan will get louder. I have the 5700XT Nitro and it's fantastic. The Mech OC will be fine and offer the same performance. Well worth the extra money Luc.
  11. Hey Luc, I'm not sure which card you ended up picking but if it has to be the 1660ti, you should get the 1660 Super instead. The 1660S is a newer card and is only a few percent slower for almost 25% less. See here for what I mean: Personally I would get a 5600XT as it is very close to the 2060 Super in performance just without the ray tracing support (which at 2060 levels is only useful for Minecraft). It is also cheaper than the 1660ti. Only if your a fan boi would you choose the 1660ti over the 5600XT. However the savings for the 1660S make sense if yo
  12. Thanks for the update Andrew. Happy you got it sorted. The constant clicking would have sent me mad.
  13. A monitor will accept any source a TV does. Depending on the resolution it may look strange but it should work as long as you don't exceed the native resolution of the screen.
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