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There is also a 4 stage turbine with 8.5 psi but a bit pricier. I really don't wanna invest more than $500 as this will be only a hobby thing for me and not something I do professionally although for what I invest I would like professional grade finish. Looking around I found a compressor that seems to fit nicely according to your OP http://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-33-gal-Quiet-Portable-Electric-Air-Compressor-C331H/203995169 Primer...
I was thinking about getting something like this: http://www.ebay.com/itm/3-Stage-HVLP-Turbine-Paint-Sprayer-Spray-gun-system-/301453882391?hash=item46300d3417&item=301453882391&vxp=mtr What are your thoughts neg?
The xb270hu v2 predator, does anyone have a link to buy it in the US?
Are there any Korean monitors like this?
My gut is telling me to wait for the x34. Maybe I should listen, just need to scratch the itch lol. I've read US stock will be till October which is why I am impatient.
http://us.hardware.info/products/863/10666-3440x1440-monitors These are all the options available as of now I believe. The dell seems nice as does the Samsung. I've heard the LG suffers from lots of backlight bleed. I wouldn't mind getting Acer freesync since it's pretty much available (1-2 weeks eta) but I'm not sure how it perform with an Nvidia card.
I'm really itching to buy a new monitor and I've settled on ultrawide. I had my eyes on the predator x34 by acer but that one is a few months off. I've been looking around and there's a few curved ultrawides on the market albeit only 60hz. Which one of these would you guys recommend and why?
Is it still recommended to move the users folder over to an HDD after installation?
Good news to offset the snow storm.
Yea but you know just as well as I do some crazy person on here will have 8 pascal Titans.Candidate Numero Uno right here.
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