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Originally Posted by CynicalUnicorn View Post

Ah, nevermind. Disregard that then.

Can anybody recommend me a good soldering set?

Okay....
well i just use a cheapo radioshack kit. I know they are crap, but it works good enough for swapping switches.
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@Jixr That sucks, but at least you got money for the damages.
Still doesn't help feeling violated and having your stuff gone like that.


Hey @nubbinator, any updates no the keycaps you've been making?
Any more pics?
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Ah, nevermind. Disregard that then.

Can anybody recommend me a good soldering set?
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__24790__Soldering_Station_with_Adjustable_Heat_Range_with_US_Plug.html
No set but I would suggest that.
As for desoldering pump
http://www.amazon.com/American-Science-Surplus-DESOLDERING-PUMP/dp/B000F490AM/ref=sr_1_20?ie=UTF8&qid=1388512753&sr=8-20&keywords=desoldering+pump
and
http://www.amazon.com/solder-Soldering-Rework-Station-Package/dp/B00E4QDEPY/ref=sr_1_6?s=hi&ie=UTF8&qid=1388512833&sr=1-6&keywords=hakko+900m Use the chisel 2.4mm tip. Best advice to take from me because well

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eh, her dad has millions and is head of a pretty large citys entertainment, tourism, and civil departments. She can get away with anything and her dad pretty much just paid me off. He knew his daughter was untouchable and the court cost would be more than the items that were taken. So it was either take his money as a "and this will be the end of it " or spend money trying to fight it and still end up with nothing. Tallied up the cost of damages and he cut me a check.

But I know we are getting a bit OT so as far as cooling, bios errors, overclocking, and GPU's those are best asked in their respectable threads.
wait what did I do? I'm confused.


and as far as clears are concerned, it seems no one has any anywhere, and I don't think cherry corp would just cease production ( unless all the other 'new' boards with clears were just buying up backstock ) So it makes pretty good sense that SOMEONE has a contract with cherry about buying up all the clears.

if corsair went to bed with cherry about the RGB switches, I don't see why Cherry wouldn't make a deal with another mass produced brand like CoolerMaster for a switch exclusivity. though a coolermaster board with greens commands a $20+ premium over their other switches, so I'm expecting clears to be the same premium if not more.
CM won't do a exclusive deal with Cherry because they're afraid it might not sell and if it won't sell you will end up with a warehouse full of keyboards. There is a monthly order for them for exclusivity cherry will keep making you buy them up tongue.gif
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I can understand not being able to tell the estimated release of said products for their own reasons, and I know when I corresponding with one of the employees of C.M. he basically said the same thing about different keyboards with different switch types released in different areas in the world. I noticed the stealth xt in one part of the world way before it came to the U.S.

As far as the seidon 120m, I actually check that out it seem pretty good buy for a value liquid cooling unit. I am actually going to do the run around when I have the money for a better cooling solution and decide for sure around then. I will keep it as an option though because it looked like a good buy.

So let me know of any other suggestions you have for cooling solutions and I will keep an open mind, I currently have a 922 haf case.

Keep me posted then. PM me or through my cooling thread. 120XL is also a good buy maybe when the time comes 240M is a good choice as well
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Originally Posted by Sniping View Post

I really want this set but no monies: http://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=52851.0

Hakko 888D is a bit cheaper than this kit, but apparently this set lasts longer. Buy nice or buy twice.
Shows you know nothing tongue.gif
Hakko is the industry standard smile.gif If that station is a edsyn then sorry, it's going to be way less reliable than a 888D.
Edited by DaveLT - 12/31/13 at 10:13am
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maybe they are just buying up the monthly batches then? someone is getting them to mass produce a board with them, who is just the question. There is demand from the keyboard manufacts for them, but the way I see it either someone is buying and hording them for a production run, they are all being eaten up by commerical POS systems and machinery, or just low to zero production #'s of them.
Edited by Jixr - 12/31/13 at 10:21am
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Use the chisel 2.4mm tip. Best advice to take from me because well

Haha. I've seen your build log. You seem like a fairly reliable guy when it comes to hacky-moddy projects. thumb.gif

EDIT: Oh yeah. I almost forgot to let everybody know my opinions. Although the Green switch keyboards from Cooler Master are a bit overpriced compared to the other models, CM needs to know whether or not it will sell and there is not much competition from other brands. Same thing will happen with Clears. However, I myself do not mind it because they're cheaper than the less "mainstream" brands and they introduce a new switch type to "mainstream" users. Hopefully we see Razer or Corsair or Rosewill follow with their own.
Edited by CynicalUnicorn - 12/31/13 at 10:15am
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maybe they are just buying up the monthly batches then? someone is getting them to mass produce a board with them, who is just the question. There is demand from the keyboard manufacts for them, but the way I see it either someone is buying and hording them for a production run, they are all being eaten up by commerical POS systems and machinery, or just low to zero production of them.
Yep. I would like to know as well.
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the 'mainstream' crowd will only buy them depending on how their brands marketing devision handles it.

Razor's large production numbers, avalibility and generally known as a gamer gear company made blues popular,
corsair and others made reds popular by bradnign them as the " Professioanl Gaming" switch
Razor also did a twist on blacks as a silent "stealth" switch ( though that was a few years back and I don't see it much anymore )
browns are the "silent tactile" switches for "maximum feedback"

I'm curious to see what clears would be labeled as. I wonder how they would be shown to the "pro gamer bro" crowd.


Although its also entirely possible cherry's demands for producing them would just make the risk to buy them unrealistic to make a comfortable profit for the manufacts.
Edited by Jixr - 12/31/13 at 10:33am
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Shows you know nothing tongue.gif
Hakko is the industry standard smile.gif If that station is a edsyn then sorry, it's going to be way less reliable than a 888D.

Gonna quote this from the thread if you didn't really read it fully " yes, this is worth a lot more than radioshack kits. yes, this is worth more than unbranded irons on ebay. yes, this worth more than an 888d if you want to learn to properly solder, and especially if you end up soldering a _lot_. at heavy duty cycles, i have shown experimentally that the 888D lasts about 6 months before the heater gives out. this iron, despite being an introductory, simple heated stick with a lower power rating, has a heater that is about twice the size of an 888ds and wiring that is about 4x the diameter. it is an iron that is used as a quick rework tool in production lines; in fact, edsyn sells stations into production lines in china, maybe even the same lines that produce hakko clones"

Have you used both sets before? It would be interesting to see the other side of the argument here though, let me know what you think about that.
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Gonna quote this from the thread if you didn't really read it fully " yes, this is worth a lot more than radioshack kits. yes, this is worth more than unbranded irons on ebay. yes, this worth more than an 888d if you want to learn to properly solder, and especially if you end up soldering a _lot_. at heavy duty cycles, i have shown experimentally that the 888D lasts about 6 months before the heater gives out. this iron, despite being an introductory, simple heated stick with a lower power rating, has a heater that is about twice the size of an 888ds and wiring that is about 4x the diameter. it is an iron that is used as a quick rework tool in production lines; in fact, edsyn sells stations into production lines in china, maybe even the same lines that produce hakko clones"

Have you used both sets before? It would be interesting to see the other side of the argument here though, let me know what you think about that.
I'm a electronics engineer, I know my soldering stations. A 888D heater under heavy stress lasts for 2 years not SIX MONTHS.
And a 200$ edsyn lasts for a year. I know that because I used one. Not just the heater ... the base station also only lasted for a year.
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I'm curious to see what clears would be labeled as. I wonder how they would be shown to the "pro gamer bro" crowd.

Probably the same as Blues vs Greens. Heavier, more responive, and just as quiet as the Browns you know and love? "Cherry MX Clear: secure victory with our new tactile switch. Hear every sound as you tap your way to victory on this new silent keyboard." Or something. I hate marketing crap like that. No, XFX, your GPU will not secure victory for me. More pixels != more skill. And Razer, I know you have LEDs all over your products, but contrary to popular belief, bright shiny lights do not offer aim assist.
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