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Girls with Guns

Mad Scientist
Even a 3060 8 gig for about US$369 would be way overkill for me since I don't game, plus I only have a PCIE 3.0 motherboard right now. A 3060 12 gig is about $399 here. That's about the max I would want to spend on a video card.
 
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Invisible Crane

Adventurer
From Edinburgh Comic Con yesterday (plus some people I met!)
 

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Girls with Guns

Mad Scientist
Oh, ok, I think I get it now.... ;)

All silliness aside, my mom has those scented jar-type candles sitting all over my house, she likes to have them lit, especially right before company comes over - I guess she thinks my house smells bad otherwise, lol. hmm, maybe I better go take a shower.... 😜
 
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demonix

Hunter
A set of 3 Really Useful 9L storage boxes (which I managed to get on the day my local Argos was to close for good as Sainsbury's has been closing all the big Argos stores and shoehorning them into the larger Sainsbury's stores).
 

Dai

Stand User
32-piece electronics screwdriver set from Amazon Basics. Includes handy things like triwing bits for Nintendo hardware, torx bits for hard drives, plastics spreaders, a SIM card remover, etc. No idea how durable the bits are yet.
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I have a stack of ancient hard drives (some with capacities under 1GB) that I've been meaning to destroy for years, but never had the right tools to get at the platters.
 

RadFemHedonist

Dragon Knight
32-piece electronics screwdriver set from Amazon Basics. Includes handy things like triwing bits for Nintendo hardware, torx bits for hard drives, plastics spreaders, a SIM card remover, etc. No idea how durable the bits are yet.
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I have a stack of ancient hard drives (some with capacities under 1GB) that I've been meaning to destroy for years, but never had the right tools to get at the platters.

May I please have a link for this item on Amazon as I might buy one myself? :)
 
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