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[WTS] [ON] VFC HK417 and gear. Price reduced.

2023.05.29 17:11 ThatBeakerGuy [WTS] [ON] VFC HK417 and gear. Price reduced.

I am selling my Umarex VFC HK417 and associated equipment as I am moving away from the designated marksman role.
6.03 407mm Prometheus Inner Barrel
Prometheus Purple Bucking
Tienly GT35000 motor
Gate NanoHard
M140 Spring
Valken 1x4 LPVO
Viking Tactics Sling
Ergo Foregrip
Magpul QD Sling Mount
2x 2000mAh 11.1V batteries
2x Tasmanian Tiger Mag Pouch with KYWI insert
3 OD HK417 sized mag pouches
Spiritus Systems Micro Fight MK5 with HK417 insert
5 Mid Cap HK417 mags
417 ODIN Adapter
$1000 $800 + shipping.
No trades.
Test fire video available by request.
Near London Ontario for in person sale.
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2023.05.29 17:09 SlipperiestCentipede PCB drawing more power than Expected

PCB drawing more power than Expected
Hey guys. I designed a daughtercard that is intended to act as a usb C hub when connected to upstream usb. When upstream usb is not connected, its intended to act as a usbc powerbank. I had the board produced by OSHpark as a 1.6 mm 4 layer. I have two problems with thee board.
  1. With no downstream usb attached, the board should be drawing (U1 - 50 uA, U2 - 0.7uA, U3 - 30 uA, U4 - 70 mA active/400 uA standby, U5 - 270uA) = 70.35 mA. When I connect an inline usbc amp meter, it is reading 0.11A.
  2. The downstream usbc doesn't charge when upsteam usbc is not connected. It does charge when upstream usbc is connected.
Any ideas on why these problems are happening?
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2023.05.29 16:57 holdenmyrocinante Laptop for mid-level gaming and heavy Machine Learning

My main priority is that the laptop isn't a very gamery-looking laptop.
1800 USD
Refurbs, yes. Used, no.
Performance/form factor, build quality, battery life.
Very important
15, or 16/17 depending on the bezels
Deep Learning using Large Language Models (GPT/BERT/...)
Other Machine Learning Applications
Gaming to complement a PS5 so Xbox/PC exclusives like Forza and Starfield
Great build quality, good keyboard. Touch screen and fingerprint reader + Windows Hello preferred but not necessary.
Additional information:
I found an XPS 17 9720 for that price with the following specs: 3060, i7 12700h, 32gb RAM, 4k touchscreen, 1TB ssd. Wondering if there are better deals. 32gb RAM is mandatory as I consistently use 14+ on my current laptop.
Gaming doesn't have to be at a very high framerate. 60hz is fine for me, but great performance in general is a priority regardless.
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2023.05.29 16:56 BlackSwordFIFTY5 Help me pick from one of these, for Movies, YouTube, Study and, *VERY* light gaming

Device: HP Pavillion G6 Processor: AMD A8-4500M, 4C, 4T RAM: 4 GB DDR3 Storage: 128 GB SSD Screen size: 15.6" GPU: AMD Radeon 7640G. Screen resolution: 1366*768 Price: 24,500
Device: Lenovo Thinkpad T430 Processor: i5-3230M, 2C, 4T RAM: 4 GB DDR3 Storage: 128 GB SSD Screen size: 14" GPU: Intel HD 4000 Screen Resolution: 1600*900 Flaws: Keyboard and Battery Price: 18,500
Device: Generic HP Laptop Processor: i7-2???M RAM: 4 GB DDR3* Storage: 320 HDD* Screen size: 14"~ 15"~ GPU: Radeon Unknown Screen Resolution: 1366*768~ Price: 23,000
Device: Dell Latitude XT3 Processor: i7-2640M, 2C, 4T RAM: 4 GB DDR3 Storage: 128 GB SSD Screen size: 13.3" GPU: Intel HD 3000 Screen Resolution: 1366*768 Flaws: Battery Features: 360 Touch Screen Price: 19,500
Device: Lenovo Thinkpad T430 Processor: i5-3230M, 2C, 4T RAM: 4 GB DDR3 Storage: 512 GB SSD Screen size: 14" GPU: Intel HD 4000 Screen Resolution: 1600*900 Flaws: Keyboard Price: 18,500
Device: Dell Generic Laptop Processor: i5-2???M, 2C, 4T~ RAM: 4 GB DDR3 Storage: 256 SSD Screen Size: 14"~ GPU: Intel HD 4000 Screen Resolution: 1600*900 Flaws: Battery Feature: Backlit Keyboard~ Price: 18,000
Device: HP Probook 6475b Processor: AMD A6-4400M, 2C, 2T RAM: 6 GB DDR3 Storage: 320 GB HDD Screen size: 14" GPU: Radeon HD 7520G Screen Resolution: 1600*900 Flaws: Battery and Minor Line on Screen Price: 15,000
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2023.05.29 16:23 Electrical-Size-2581 Smartphone for around 500$

Hello.Please help me choose
I need smartphone, a good one that will last me for 3 years at least. I dont care much about software updates, my actual smartphone is LG G4 which i have since 2016.
Used Pixel 6a for week, and my brother have iphone 13 so i can give examples from these 3 phones
What is important for me:
1.I want really good display, Iphone 13 level is enough for me, used pixel 6a and its much worse, additionally brightness was really bad, 100% is like 50% on old LG G4.
2.Smoothness, well, i used that lg for years so every phone is smooth for me, both Pixel and Iphone 13 were ideally smooth for me, its nice to have similiar level
3.Build quality, less plastic=better, i want to enjoy holding phone in hand.
4.Ideal size of display for me is probably 6'3, i like to watch 16:9 movies on phone, i know most of actual phones is something around 20:9 aspect ratio and black bar in every movie, zoomed movies is no-no. But nevertheless its not that imporant i eventually would get used to that.
5.3,5mm jack would be nice, i eventually can buy these jack-usb adapter but i dont know how they sound, never used.
6.Decent battery
7.No xiaomi no miui, would be best if phone wasn't totally chinese, and not samsung(its personal actually)
What is totally irrelevant:
2.Gaming performance
My choices:
1.Pixel 6 pro= Better build quality than Pixel 6a, better display i heard, too big for me(6'7) thats for sure but maybe i would get used to it? No jack sadly
2.Pixel 6= I dont know if its true but i heard display looks worse than on pixel 6a(brightness similiar i think) but size looks ideal and its for sure perfect smooth like 6a
3.Zenfone 8= That was my first choice, its very cheap which is good for me, jack + looks really compact, maybe a bit too small but i could use it one handy easily, but i dont know if display and brightness is better than in Pixel 6a + heard about ramdump issue and i want phone for years if possible
4.Zenfone 9= Well much more than zen8 and even pixel 6 pro but if its worth i could wait a bit for that phone
5.Nothing Phone= I dont know about display, i know its have much worse processor than other of these phones but i dont care about it much if its better in other aspects
Additionally Sony Xperia 1 IV/V looks perfect for me but i cant afford it, price is absurd.
Sorry for my english its not my primary language

Thanks for help in advance!
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2023.05.29 15:17 yonanano LR for mid/high end gaming

Which med school & mid/high end gaming laptop should I buy?
Up to 3,500 SAR (900 USD)
Battery life is important, needs to have decent build and not weak, design not too bulky and looks clean.
On a scale of 1 to 10 with 1 being not important, a solid 4.
More than 12" (preferably more than 14" too)
Mostly indie games, but minecraft, valorant, fortnite, genshin impact, etc...
Decent build quality yes.
Additional information:
Can provide additional information in comments! (I don't know what else to add)
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2023.05.29 15:13 Similar_Response_568 Laptop for student data analyst

I am finishing my psychology degree and I am planning to do an MS in neuroscience so I need a laptop that can run without issues, and thinking about to switching to Linux as a daily driver.
I was thinking about Redmibook 15 pro (6800h), or a used Razer blade.
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2023.05.29 15:02 BenShutterbug My in-depth review of the Mazda CX-60 after 7000km and 5 months - Design, Performance, Range and Value for Money

Hello everyone,
Last January, I purchased a CX-60. As it is still difficult to find user reviews of this model, I took the time to write this review in the hope that it can be helpful to you if you are considering buying this car. I hope that my experience can answer some of your questions and assist you in your decision-making process.
Exterior Design (4/5)
The design is particularly successful. The car has a sleek look and gives the impression of being in motion even when stationary, just as the designers promised during the design phase. It has nothing to envy compared to its competitors, such as the Audi Q5. Although I'm not a big fan of black rims, I must admit that they blend harmoniously with the Takumi package on this model. The black accents on the rims, tinted windows, and mirrors create a visual signature that doesn't go unnoticed. Unlike most models, it stands out more in person than in photos, especially in terms of size. It is truly massive. For comparison, it is longer and taller than an Audi Q5. When you see it for the first time, the "wow" effect is guaranteed. However, the rear of the vehicle is less expressive and does not do justice to the front and side views. Fortunately, the quad exhaust at the back helps maintain the sporty character of the model.
Interior Design (5/5)
The interior layout is clean, simple, and modern. It features a large central screen, a minimally customizable driver display, and a head-up display integrated directly on the windshield. This efficiency will surely appeal to those who struggle with screens everywhere displaying unnecessary information. Similarly, you cannot customize the ambient lighting in the evening. The lights are fixed, in a neutral color, and the adjustment only offers 3 intensities. It may not be to everyone's liking, but personally, I find it liberating to be free from countless customization possibilities that always leave a sense of dissatisfaction. As for the materials, they come in understated colors and durable textures, both in terms of aesthetics and longevity (at least for now, time will tell). The center console is impressively wide and gives a sense of space rarely felt in vehicles of similar size. When driving this car, you feel like you're aboard a large American SUV like the Suburban or Ford Explorer. Unfortunately, there are not many storage compartments. The huge center console only offers a tiny compartment that can hold a few small items and keys at most. The door pockets are also very low and not very practical.
Ergonomics (4/5)
The cabin offers generous space for all occupants, including the rear seats where even adults over 1.80m tall have ample legroom. The seats, which are rather firm and have limited adjustments, can be surprising at first, especially if you're coming from a vehicle with a multitude of settings. In the first few days, I experienced sharp back pain, especially since the car lacks flexibility as I'll mention later. After three weeks of adjustment, the pain disappeared, and I even noticed an improvement in my posture. In my previous vehicle, my seat was so comfortable, like a sofa, but now I realize it was bad for my back. Inside this car, with its comfort inspired by Japanese tatami mats, I ultimately feel better, less slouched, and more alert. The trunk offers significant capacity, especially compared to similar models. However, it doesn't have a dual compartment or a sub-trunk to store charging cables. The tailgate rises very high, over 3 meters. It struggles to lock in place when encountering resistance, which can damage it from the first uses. I recommend adjusting it by pressing the closing button while it's opening, to lock it at the desired height, and holding down that button for 5 seconds (until you hear a series of beeps) to limit the opening range.
Technologies and Equipment (3/5)
The connectivity is quite comprehensive, although Apple CarPlay suffers from some instability and unexplained bugs (random disconnections, unexpected cuts, slowdowns, random automatic connection). Wireless charging also sometimes poses a problem. It works randomly and seems to generate a lot of heat on the phone. When not in use, an error message keeps flashing, indicating that no phone is being charged.
As for driving aids, the lane-keeping system works very well, although it is not autonomous. If you don't have your hands on the wheel, the car behaves like a billiard ball, bouncing from one lane to another. However, if it deviates from its trajectory because you're not attentive enough, it will alert you and secure the car by making a steering correction. It's very reassuring and always activated at the right time. Moreover, it's even a valuable aid on high-speed winding turns, on certain departmental roads. Other vehicles end up cutting through the turns or having to slow down excessively, while you effortlessly stay precisely in your lane.
I was very disappointed with the cruise control, which is not adaptive. Later, I discovered that it is an option that is disabled in the software since all the necessary sensors are already present. You can confirm this through ActiveSense, which provides a complete view of surrounding vehicles. So, I wanted to add this option later, willing to bear the cost, but Mazda doesn't allow it. This strategy, or lack of a sales strategy, is surprising.
The temperature management inside the car is surprising. Without changing the temperature settings in automatic mode, during a long drive, there is a yo-yo effect that is difficult to explain. One moment, it feels quite cool, and a few minutes later, it becomes too hot. I wonder if it's related to the external brightness because on a hot spring day, the air conditioning temperature suddenly rose when the sky suddenly became overcast. However, it was still hot outside. I think there's an overly reactive adaptive mode at play.
The remote car management is quite good. It's possible to activate the heating or air conditioning, which will run for a maximum of 30 minutes before shutting off and sending a notification to your phone. You can extend it if you have a good signal. The car surprisingly receives a signal in unexpected places, even in underground parking lots where my phone has no network. This remote temperature mode is ideal for defrosting the car or leaving a dog inside during cold weather or in the summer when the temperature rises quickly in a closed and parked car. I've tested it in extreme cold and hot seasonal temperatures, and it works very well so far. Of course, it consumes a lot of energy, but you can't have everything without a trade-off. It's suitable for occasional use. The rest of the remote features include locking the car, checking tire pressure, consulting the range, and receiving alerts if the alarm is triggered, which is very reassuring. It's also possible to locate the car precisely. It's a shame that we can't access the cameras, as in other fully electric models.
It's not clear in the vehicle manual, but to deactivate the alarm, you need to press the alarm button on the remote right after locking the car. The indicator will blink 4 times, and then it will be turned off. It's better to do it before leaving your dog alone, or else the alarm will be triggered if the dog moves inside the vehicle.
Performance and Driving Dynamics (4/5)
I own the 327-horsepower PHEV model: 200 horsepower from the atmospheric gasoline engine and 127 horsepower from the electric motor. Although the low-end power is reduced with an atmospheric engine, the electric motor more than makes up for it with its responsiveness and instant torque. Despite its weight, the car is very agile. It even outperforms some more powerful or lighter petrol-powered cars in terms of acceleration. Of course, such models regain the advantage in corners, but not in straight lines. The acceleration is impressive, although the road noise insulation somewhat dampens the sensation. Other vehicles seem almost stationary when you step on the accelerator.
I was initially disappointed with the braking performance, which was less impressive than in my previous vehicle. However, by pressing the pedal harder and adjusting the regenerative braking to the maximum, I managed to get used to it.
The handling is remarkable. Although it's not a sports car capable of maintaining very high speeds in corners, it still surpasses similar-sized competing models. Thanks to the four-wheel drive and four-wheel steering, the turning angle and trajectory in corners are impressive for a car of this size. One of the drawbacks of the vehicle lies in the stiffness of the suspension. Despite the excellent noise isolation, you feel the road imperfections more than you would expect when driving an SUV. Even at low speeds, speed bumps are very uncomfortable and cause items in the trunk to bounce around. Mazda seems to have made this choice to prevent the relatively high car from swaying in corners and reduce the risk of rollovers at high speeds. Adaptive suspension could have solved this problem. However, considering the pricing position against the competition, I understand why the brand overlooked this aspect. Moreover, after 3000 km, I noticed that the suspension has become slightly softer, improving comfort to some extent.
Energy Efficiency and Range (2/5)
The consumption and hybridization aspects encompass the majority of the vehicle's drawbacks. The car discharges quickly, and the actual range is much lower than what the manufacturer claims. Like many owners, I also face a discharge issue when the car is parked. It loses about 30% of charge in 24 hours (and even drains the 12-volt starter battery - as if the headlights were left on). This problem is due to software that prevents the car from entering sleep mode. I have already taken my vehicle to Mazda for reprogramming, and I will have to do it again soon because the issue is still unresolved (now I lose 15% in 24 hours). This problem is not part of the manufacturer's recalls, but many owners are affected. Dealing with a less established manufacturer, this can quickly become a headache. I had to go through many steps and cancel orders for other CX-60s for my company before being taken into consideration by the after-sales service. During my third call, Mazda France assistance even replied to me that they are not Audi. The message is quite clear.
Beyond this specific issue, the management of hybridization lacks customization and seems suitable for a specific use case only. If you live in a house, always have the car plugged in, and regularly make short trips, this plug-in hybrid is suitable. However, if you cannot plug it in daily or if you regularly drive more than 50 km round trip, you might be disappointed. Especially considering the consumption of this car in electric mode, it is often more expensive to charge it than to refuel with gasoline. The cost per 100 km is 2 to 4 times higher at current energy prices. Personally, I opted for the hybrid due to the tax incentives and benefits, but I also wanted to take advantage of remote heating and air conditioning options, especially when I have to leave my dog in the car for a few minutes. Since I cannot recharge it daily in the parking lot of my building, it would be desirable to be able to keep a charged battery and drive in combustion engine mode, but no mode truly allows that. It is possible to choose to recharge the car while driving, consuming approximately 13 liters per 100 km, but you cannot choose to drive solely on the combustion engine without using the high-capacity battery. The sport mode comes close, but the gears are shifted at high RPM, making the driving experience jerky and particularly noisy, and the battery is used as soon as you accelerate a bit (to activate the 137-horsepower motor). An exclusively combustion engine mode would have been relevant, similar to the exclusively electric mode. Furthermore, recharging the battery while driving doesn't work correctly. The recharge is very fast, much faster than when it's connected to 7 kW chargers. However, the displayed percentage does not correspond to the actual charge, which explains why it continues to recharge beyond the set percentage. For example, if you're at 30% and ask the car to recharge up to 50% while driving, it will work at a high rate until it reaches 50%. In normal mode, it will stop recharging the battery, but will continue operating at a high rate to not drop below 50%. So, you end up consuming more without reason, with the engine noise constantly high, which is quite unpleasant. In sport mode, it will continue recharging the battery above 50% without any limit. However, once the car is stopped and restarted, you'll notice that you weren't at 50%, but rather at 35%. The fast recharge was, therefore, fictitious. The problem is that this is a first for Mazda in terms of technology, and no one there is able to provide answers on this matter. The garage I visit explains that Mazda is highly centralized and communicates very little in terms of engineering with the garages. It is, therefore, common for a problem to persist for several months (or more) before being addressed at the technical management level in Japan and then transmitted to local dealerships. However, when deciding to market a technologically immature car, it would be wise to establish a continuous improvement process based on user feedback. In fact, on forums, we can see that Japanese users receive preferential treatment compared to the rest of the world. In conclusion, the battery of this car, which needs to be recharged at a high cost, is only useful for the first 40 kilometers. So, you spend over 3 hours recharging a battery at an exorbitant rate for only 25 or 30 minutes of driving without using gasoline. One might wonder if it's simply a trick to equip professionals, allowing them to benefit from incentives and reduced tax on company vehicles (the primary reason for my purchase). I think many people will never plug it in.
Cost and Value for Money (4/5)
The value for money of this model is indeed very interesting when compared to vehicles of the same standing from other brands, such as Audi. For example, an Audi Q5 offers a similar level but with an additional cost of €25,000. For the same price as a Mazda CX-60, you would only get a Q3 from Audi, which is clearly not comparable. However, it is important to note that the depreciation of this vehicle could be significant, and it might even become difficult to resell it in a few years. This is also true for all plug-in hybrid models. Therefore, I would recommend this model, provided that you negotiate the price well or opt for a lease (the offers are very attractive, and personally, I chose this payment method). The PHEV configuration of the vehicle is suitable for individuals who have daily access to a charging point and have diverse travel needs, ranging from short to long trips. Before the increase in electricity prices, the cost per 100 km was slightly more advantageous compared to gasoline, but today it is the opposite (except when charging from a domestic socket).
I am delighted with this car considering the price at which I acquired it. The positioning is unbeatable, and there are good deals to be made to drive this luxury sports SUV at the price of a "regular" SUV. With a domestic electric socket, choosing the plug-in hybrid is a good middle ground. It's just a shame that the hybrid management is not more refined. Perhaps future updates will address these teething problems.
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2023.05.29 15:01 MarBoBabyBoy My TicWatch Pro 5 review

Mobvoi was kind enough to send me the new TicWatch Pro 5 (TWP5) to review. They did not dictate anything with the review and I didn't even need to give a review at all.
First, please do not comment on Mobvoi's update policy. We all know they aren't the greatest (as if all phone manufacturers have consistent updates) but not everyone bases their watch decision on OS updates. For me, as long as my apps run, I don't care if the watch is running WearOS 1. I doubt most people even know the differences between each version of WearOS. I'm hopeful Mobvoi's updates will be better going forward since the jump from WearOS 2 to WearOS 3 was not trivial (and slightly political) but that remains to be seen.
Anyhow, there are no perfect watches. Each has their strength and drawbacks. The short of it is, if you want a watch with a big screen, good performance and long battery life, this is the watch for you.
I've been a WearOS users since the "dark days" when it was called Android Wear and my last watch was the TicWatch Pro 3 (TWP3). My biggest issue with the TWP3 was the clunky look. The TWP5 has a much sleeker design and I'm glad they removed the white numbering around the watchface which I feel gives it a cleaner look. It is a big watch but feels light on my wrist without feeling cheap. IMO, they struck a nice balance of size and weight. The rotating crown is a nice addition that makes scrolling easier.
I primarily use my watch to listen to podcasts and music without my phone on me. I can listen all day and still have 60%-70% battery life at the end of the day without using Mobvoi's proprietary low-powered display. With the low-powered display enabled I have closer to 80%. I'm not a big user of the health features but I tracked my heart rate, steps and sleep tracking and they all seem accurate.
There was a little sluggishness when first setting up the watch and installing app but it went away quickly. The performance has been buttery smooth since.
You setup the watch with the Mobvoi Health app and it's nice that you can change some of the watch settings in the phone app. Other than that it has the basics of changing watchfaces and Tiles.
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2023.05.29 13:56 Professional-Ad-1725 From an e-cig user manual

From an e-cig user manual
This user manual is pure gold
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2023.05.29 13:53 drippykopi You can upgrade yourself by eating computer parts

You must eat the part whole. No disassembling or chopping them up into sizes suitable for human consumption.
By computer part, it includes calculators, phones, smart microwaves and anything that has logic gates.
Eating a cpu will give/increase your multi-thread performance, and will increase thinking speed.
Eating a quantum cpu will give you higher iq
Eating ram will give you more, and faster short-term/recall memory.
Eating hard drives (and any other types of storage like cards or sticks) will increase long term knowledge capacity (also includes the data inside, so you can store movies and ebooks)
Eating motherboards will increase the efficiency of these upgrades except below parts.
Eating power supplies will make you need less sleep
Eating rechargeable batteries will make you store more energy from sleep.
Eating monitors will give you better vision
Eating mice and keyboards will increase hand-eye coordination.
The better the part, the stronger the upgrade.
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2023.05.29 13:21 kedaleen LF a budget laptop (under $1000) that is super portable

I'm looking for a compact and lightweight laptop that I can easily take with me while traveling. Although I primarily intend to connect to my home PC using AnyDesk for most of my work, I also need the laptop to be capable of running .NET projects locally. Therefore, I prefer not to purchase a Chrome OS laptop. Can you recommend a suitable option?
Total budget (in local currency) and country of purchase: Up to $1000
Are you open to refurbs/used laptops?
How would you prioritize form factor (ultrabook, 2-in-1, etc.), build quality, performance, and battery life?
Since It's for travel I would say both battery life and build quality
How important is weight and thinness to you?
Very important, I'll be carrying it around the world for business travel
Do you have a preferred screen size?
Probably 13 / 14 " since It has to be portable
Will you be using the laptop for CAD/video editing/photo editing/gaming? If yes, please specify the programs/games you intend to run.
I'll just run .NET and Node.js projects
If gaming, do you have any specific games in mind? Also, please mention your desired settings and FPS.
Not a gamer
Do you have any specific requirements such as a good keyboard, reliable build quality, touch-screen, fingerprint reader, optical drive, or good input devices (keyboard/touchpad)?
A fingerprint reader would be nice to have I guess

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2023.05.29 13:04 zyrzyxen Watch 5 or the Pro?

Looking to upgrade and switch from an Apple Watch Series 3 to a Galaxy Watch 5 or the pro? First off, I’m looking to trade my watch in for $120. Anyone have experience with trade ins for watches? I’ve been pretty successful with their phone trade ins all having been successful but I have a working Apple Watch without any damage to the screen. It does have a minor nick in the aluminum body which I’m more concerned of but otherwise great condition.
Lastly I’m torn between the regular and pro versions. My main concern really is the size. From videos I’ve seen there really isn’t much a difference between the two besides screen and battery life or am I missing anything? I appreciate any insight!
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2023.05.29 13:03 notibanix DIY "TinyLoad" a constant-current load tester with 3D printed case

My two major self-studies over the last 6 months have been electronics and 3D printing. I designed and built this constant-current load tester. This device is a prototype for a more sophisticated device I've been working on for over a year. A load tester is a piece of electronic test equipment that allows for constant draw of current on an external device for testing purposes. Power supply testing and validating manufacturer's claims about batteries are two uses of this type of device. Professional-grade load testing devices run into hundreds of dollars.
My circuit can handle 3 to 30V, ~0 to 2 Amps, limited to around 20W. It has a meter for the load's voltage and current draw. Switches control load on/off, meter on/off, and a switch for a 80mm fan for cooling loads over 15W. The meter and fan are powered by a 18650 Li-ion battery. The circuit is built on strip board, except for the power transistor, which is a 2N3055 mounted on a large heatsink. This is needed because this device literally turns electricity into heat, and the plastic of the case starts getting soft around 60C.
Designing the case for this required me to learn 3D design fundamentals, which I had essentially zero experience with. I have spent a lot of hours on this. The case is made of PLA plastic, printed on my Ender 3V2 FDM printer. The case is printed in eight pieces: case shell, front panel, back panel, side panels, cover, and two daughter boards for the electronics and heat sink. Panels attach to the board using tabs and slots (later superglued for stability). The ends, side and back are designed for heat to exit while still having structural stability. The heatsink mount was designed so that it doesn't directly touch plastic at any point, again because PLA starts to get soft at 60C. I used PLA because it is easy to print and cheap. PETG has better heat resistance but has excessive stringing. I'm not currently set up to print ASA or ABS, but I'm getting there.
The entire case is 20cm W x 12cm D x 10cm H. Case uses M2.5 screws and heat-set screw inserts to hold the battery box to the case, and the cover to the case. I learned a whole lot from this project.
Things I had to actually do:
  • Circuit design, using parts on-hand
  • Simulation of circuit (LTspice)
  • Layout of circuit for stripboard (VeeCAD)
  • Assembly of circuit on stripboard
  • Circuit testing
  • Detailed measurements of parts and necessary spacings
  • Drafting of case design from multiple angles
  • 3D design of case, in many parts (TinkerCAD)
  • Printing of dozens of alignment guides to check fitments
  • Final printing (and re-printing) of case parts (30+ hours of prints)
  • Final assembly and testing
Electronic Design flaws:
  • Self-powered load means load depends very slightly on voltage
  • Can't handle loads less than 2 volts
  • Can't handle more than 1 amp load under 3 volts
  • Heating of shunt resistors causes load to drift for high power loads
  • Minimum load set by power indicator LED
  • Load setting is quite sensitive on a 1-turn pot
  • No thermal monitoring or battery voltage monitoring
Case design flaws:
  • Printing tolerances of +/- 0.1mm to 0.3mm cause problems with fitment of parts
  • No mechanical connection between the tops of parts and the case walls, or cover, causes some flex
  • M2.5 screw holes should have been larger for cover
  • Tight spaces keep down on size, but make assembly a real challenge
  • Getting 18650 battery in and out is a real pain
  • PLA material has excessive flex, and limit use of device to loads with < 60C on heatsink



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2023.05.29 12:43 speedyg0nz Seeking recommendations for enote device

Hi all, I'm in the market for an enote device and have been doing my own research on this. Basically, I'm looking for a dual purpose device for primarily reading and occasional note-taking, so both the reading and writing experience are important to me. So far, I've narrowed down my requirements to the following:
  1. 7-8" screen size would be ideal for portability
  2. Black/white screen is sufficient, color not necessary
  3. Page turn buttons please. Not a big fan of touchscreens for page turning.
  4. USB-C charging. I'm eliminating Micro-USB from my life.
  5. Wacom/EMR compatibility for wider range of stylus to choose from
  6. Syncing of notes to cloud, e.g. Dropbox, Google Drive. Would hate to lose my notes.
  7. Operating system not critical cos I don't need fancy Android apps for reading/writing
  8. Access to Libby/Overdrive is a good to have, but I'm no stranger to Calibre as well
  9. Price-wise, looking at around $300-400 with the pen, but I guess the lower, the better
  10. Some access to scripting to extend functionality is a bonus, cos I do work on some eInk hobby projects
So far, my research has led me to the following:
  1. Kobo Sage. I was fairly keen on it since it's primarily an ereader with some notetaking capability but reviews cite poor battery life, high writing latency (see My Deep Guide's D.E.S.T.A score), and usage of non-EMR pen technology. So I'm kinda torn about this for now.
  2. Supernote A6X. No page turn buttons, more of an enote than a ereader, and don't think it has Libby/Overdrive access?. But possibly compelling for my use case.
  3. Boox Nova Air 2. Page turn buttons require separate case (why?), and Android OS just seems unnecessarily complicated for a simple enote device. That said, it kinda ticks all the boxes.
Any other options out there that I might have missed, or any upcoming devices that might match my requirements? Honestly, what I'm looking for sounds like a mashup between the Kindle Oasis and Scribe. Haha. Any comment/feedback on the devices above are welcome too!
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2023.05.29 12:28 ma115a Terribly slow Wi-Fi, basically unusable

Terribly slow Wi-Fi, basically unusable
A couple a days ago I upgraded my Wi-Fi card to an Intel AX210 from a Mediatek MT7921 due to a problem with my laptop not being able to wake up from sleep and also due to a really buggy internet connection on Windows and on Manjaro(I have a persistent USB with Manjaro running on it).
So basically my problem is that it takes a long time to connect to my network and when it does it is basically unusable, loading google takes like 30sec or even more so there is no point in testing the internet speed. I have tried different kernels, 5.15, 6.1 and even 6.3 but it's all the same. I tried using wavemon to see if I can catch something weird but nothing really, all I found was that power save was on by default and I turned it off(I'll attach a screenshot of wavemon somewhere here).
For now I have found that sharing that same network through my phone until I find a solution for the problem.
If someone has anything in mind what would cause this issue please advise.
Here's the output from: inxi -Fazy
System: Kernel: 6.3.4-1-MANJARO arch: x86_64 bits: 64 compiler: gcc v: 12.2.1 parameters: BOOT_IMAGE=/boot/vmlinuz-6.3-x86_64 root=UUID=55199c28-ddde-4dc5-ac59-cec1239bb86a rw quiet splash udev.log_priority=3 Desktop: KDE Plasma v: 5.27.4 tk: Qt v: 5.15.9 wm: kwin_x11 vt: 1 dm: SDDM Distro: Manjaro Linux base: Arch Linux Machine: Type: Laptop System: Dell product: Inspiron 14 5425 v: 1.8.0 serial:  Chassis: type: 10 v: 1.8.0 serial:  Mobo: Dell model: 0TGWG4 v: A00 serial:  UEFI: Dell v: 1.8.0 date: 03/13/2023 Battery: ID-1: BAT0 charge: 33.7 Wh (62.4%) condition: 54.0/54.0 Wh (100.0%) volts: 15.8 min: 15.0 model: SMP-ATL3.66 DELL XDY9K23 type: Li-poly serial:  status: not charging CPU: Info: model: AMD Ryzen 5 5625U with Radeon Graphics bits: 64 type: MT MCP arch: Zen 3 gen: 4 level: v3 note: check built: 2021-22 process: TSMC n7 (7nm) family: 0x19 (25) model-id: 0x50 (80) stepping: 0 microcode: 0xA50000D Topology: cpus: 1x cores: 6 tpc: 2 threads: 12 smt: enabled cache: L1: 384 KiB desc: d-6x32 KiB; i-6x32 KiB L2: 3 MiB desc: 6x512 KiB L3: 16 MiB desc: 1x16 MiB Speed (MHz): avg: 1583 high: 1600 min/max: 1600/4387 boost: disabled scaling: driver: acpi-cpufreq governor: ondemand cores: 1: 1397 2: 1600 3: 1600 4: 1600 5: 1600 6: 1600 7: 1600 8: 1600 9: 1600 10: 1600 11: 1600 12: 1600 bogomips: 55122 Flags: avx avx2 ht lm nx pae sse sse2 sse3 sse4_1 sse4_2 sse4a ssse3 svm Vulnerabilities: Type: itlb_multihit status: Not affected Type: l1tf status: Not affected Type: mds status: Not affected Type: meltdown status: Not affected Type: mmio_stale_data status: Not affected Type: retbleed status: Not affected Type: spec_store_bypass mitigation: Speculative Store Bypass disabled via prctl Type: spectre_v1 mitigation: usercopy/swapgs barriers and __user pointer sanitization Type: spectre_v2 mitigation: Retpolines, IBPB: conditional, IBRS_FW, STIBP: always-on, RSB filling, PBRSB-eIBRS: Not affected Type: srbds status: Not affected Type: tsx_async_abort status: Not affected Graphics: Device-1: AMD Barcelo vendor: Dell driver: amdgpu v: kernel arch: GCN-5 code: Vega process: GF 14nm built: 2017-20 pcie: gen: 3 speed: 8 GT/s lanes: 16 link-max: gen: 4 speed: 16 GT/s ports: active: eDP-1 empty: DP-1,HDMI-A-1 bus-ID: 04:00.0 chip-ID: 1002:15e7 class-ID: 0300 temp: 49.0 C Device-2: Microdia Integrated_Webcam_FHD driver: uvcvideo type: USB rev: 2.0 speed: 480 Mb/s lanes: 1 mode: 2.0 bus-ID: 1-4:2 chip-ID: 0c45:6a1b class-ID: 0e02 Display: x11 server: X.Org v: 21.1.8 with: Xwayland v: 23.1.1 compositor: kwin_x11 driver: X: loaded: amdgpu unloaded: modesetting alternate: fbdev,vesa dri: radeonsi gpu: amdgpu display-ID: :0 screens: 1 Screen-1: 0 s-res: 1920x1200 s-dpi: 96 s-size: 508x317mm (20.00x12.48") s-diag: 599mm (23.57") Monitor-1: eDP-1 mapped: eDP model: LG Display 0x06f9 built: 2021 res: 1920x1200 hz: 60 dpi: 161 gamma: 1.2 size: 302x189mm (11.89x7.44") diag: 356mm (14") ratio: 16:10 modes: max: 1920x1200 min: 640x480 API: OpenGL v: 4.6 Mesa 23.1.0-devel (git-bb2db56ffe) renderer: AMD Radeon Graphics (renoir LLVM 15.0.7 DRM 3.52 6.3.4-1-MANJARO) direct-render: Yes Audio: Device-1: AMD Renoir Radeon High Definition Audio vendor: Dell driver: snd_hda_intel v: kernel pcie: gen: 3 speed: 8 GT/s lanes: 16 link-max: gen: 4 speed: 16 GT/s bus-ID: 04:00.1 chip-ID: 1002:1637 class-ID: 0403 Device-2: AMD ACP/ACP3X/ACP6x Audio Coprocessor vendor: Dell driver: snd_rn_pci_acp3x v: kernel alternate: snd_pci_acp3x, snd_pci_acp5x, snd_pci_acp6x, snd_acp_pci, snd_rpl_pci_acp6x, snd_pci_ps, snd_sof_amd_renoir, snd_sof_amd_rembrandt pcie: gen: 3 speed: 8 GT/s lanes: 16 link-max: gen: 4 speed: 16 GT/s bus-ID: 04:00.5 chip-ID: 1022:15e2 class-ID: 0480 Device-3: AMD Family 17h/19h HD Audio vendor: Dell driver: snd_hda_intel v: kernel pcie: gen: 3 speed: 8 GT/s lanes: 16 link-max: gen: 4 speed: 16 GT/s bus-ID: 04:00.6 chip-ID: 1022:15e3 class-ID: 0403 API: ALSA v: k6.3.4-1-MANJARO status: kernel-api with: aoss type: oss-emulator tools: alsactl,alsamixer,amixer Server-1: JACK v: 1.9.22 status: off tools: N/A Server-2: PipeWire v: 0.3.70 status: active with: 1: pipewire-pulse status: active 2: wireplumber status: active 3: pipewire-alsa type: plugin tools: pactl,pw-cat,pw-cli,wpctl Network: Device-1: Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX210/AX211/AX411 160MHz driver: iwlwifi v: kernel modules: wl pcie: gen: 2 speed: 5 GT/s lanes: 1 bus-ID: 03:00.0 chip-ID: 8086:2725 class-ID: 0280 IF: wlp3s0 state: up mac:  Bluetooth: Device-1: Intel AX210 Bluetooth driver: btusb v: 0.8 type: USB rev: 2.0 speed: 12 Mb/s lanes: 1 mode: 1.1 bus-ID: 3-3:3 chip-ID: 8087:0032 class-ID: e001 Report: bt-adapter ID: hci0 rfk-id: 1 state: up address:  Drives: Local Storage: total: 534.24 GiB used: 29.36 GiB (5.5%) SMART Message: Unable to run smartctl. Root privileges required. ID-1: /dev/nvme0n1 maj-min: 259:0 vendor: Samsung model: PM991a NVMe 512GB size: 476.94 GiB block-size: physical: 512 B logical: 512 B speed: 31.6 Gb/s lanes: 4 tech: SSD serial:  fw-rev: 26304039 temp: 29.9 C scheme: GPT ID-2: /dev/sda maj-min: 8:0 vendor: SanDisk model: USB 3.2Gen1 size: 57.3 GiB block-size: physical: 512 B logical: 512 B type: USB rev: 3.2 spd: 5 Gb/s lanes: 1 mode: 3.2 gen-1x1 tech: N/A serial:  fw-rev: 1.00 scheme: GPT SMART Message: Unknown USB bridge. Flash drive/Unsupported enclosure? Partition: ID-1: / raw-size: 56.8 GiB size: 55.61 GiB (97.90%) used: 29.36 GiB (52.8%) fs: ext4 dev: /dev/sda2 maj-min: 8:2 ID-2: /boot/efi raw-size: 512 MiB size: 511 MiB (99.80%) used: 332 KiB (0.1%) fs: vfat dev: /dev/sda1 maj-min: 8:1 Swap: Alert: No swap data was found. Sensors: System Temperatures: cpu: N/A mobo: 39.0 43.0 sodimm: SODIMM 43.0 gpu: amdgpu temp: 50.0 C Fan Speeds (RPM): cpu: 0 Info: Processes: 307 Uptime: 37m wakeups: 4 Memory: available: 14.98 GiB used: 3.42 GiB (22.8%) Init: systemd v: 252 default: graphical tool: systemctl Compilers: gcc: 12.2.1 clang: 15.0.7 Packages: pm: pacman pkgs: 1315 libs: 348 tools: pamac,yay pm: flatpak pkgs: 0 Shell: fish v: 3.6.1 running-in: konsole inxi: 3.3.27 
Here's the output from: modinfo iwlwifi grep parm
parm: debug:debug output mask (uint) parm: swcrypto:using crypto in software (default 0 [hardware]) (int) parm: 11n_disable:disable 11n functionality, bitmap: 1: full, 2: disable agg TX, 4: disable agg RX, 8 enable agg TX (uint) parm: amsdu_size:amsdu size 0: 12K for multi Rx queue devices, 2K for AX210 devices, 4K for other devices 1:4K 2:8K 3:12K (16K buffers) 4: 2K (default 0) (int) parm: fw_restart:restart firmware in case of error (default true) (bool) parm: nvm_file:NVM file name (charp) parm: uapsd_disable:disable U-APSD functionality bitmap 1: BSS 2: P2P Client (default: 3) (uint) parm: enable_ini:0:disable, 1-15:FW_DBG_PRESET Values, 16:enabled without preset value defined,Debug INI TLV FW debug infrastructure (default: 16) parm: bt_coex_active:enable wifi/bt co-exist (default: enable) (bool) parm: led_mode:0=system default, 1=On(RF On)/Off(RF Off), 2=blinking, 3=Off (default: 0) (int) parm: power_save:enable WiFi power management (default: disable) (bool) parm: power_level:default power save level (range from 1 - 5, default: 1) (int) parm: disable_11ac:Disable VHT capabilities (default: false) (bool) parm: remove_when_gone:Remove dev from PCIe bus if it is deemed inaccessible (default: false) (bool) parm: disable_11ax:Disable HE capabilities (default: false) (bool) parm: disable_11be:Disable EHT capabilities (default: false) (bool) 

wavemon output
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2023.05.29 12:26 p0g_ M10²

Ola LeicaFolks, it been a while, hope you all well.
I had much joy with the 246, but due the m11 monochrome been released the m10m prices came close to something I got keen for, sharing same battery and size of form factor is a true luxury but such a joy.
Also not gonna lie, this 40MP sensor is something else in terms of resolution.
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2023.05.29 12:23 AdFrosty9627 3500 mah battery from ali tested

Just want to share with community my test results with "famous" 3500 mah Liter energy battery for RG35xx from aliexpress. So, test was done on GarlicOS 1.4.9 with stock 2600mah battery and with 705068 for RG35xx 3500mah battery.
GarlicOS was set in ++ overclocking mode, screen brightness was on 4th level of 7, sound volume - approx. 40%. Stock playstation emulator PCSX ReArmed, in emulator under Core options/System/ PSX CPU Clock Speed value was set to 100.
For test l used Crash Team Racing (.chd image), game just looped in main menu with demo races.
Results: Stock 2600mah battery - 5 hours 35 minutes "3500 mah" 705068 Liter battery - 6 hours
Also, I measured capacity of both batteries with simple usb tester connected between charger and charging cable. Surprisingly, tester measured my stock 2600mah battery as about 3000 mah. And 3500mah battery result was expected: about 3300 mah measured, I think it corresponds with its real size: 7mm x 50mm x 64 mm, in comparsion, my stock 2600mah battery size: 6.3 mm x 5 mm x 6 mm
Will use Liter battery for sure, but imo, more likely this upgrade recommended only for 2100mah battery owners.
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2023.05.29 11:46 elescoev Go Green and Save Money: How the Lithium Electric Scooter Transforms Your Daily Commute

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2023.05.29 11:42 gondoll Please help me choose among these laptops, for Blender and coding

Asus VivoBook Pro 14 OLED M3401QC-KM116T
Lenovo Ideapad Gaming 3
HP Victus 15
Need to run Blender and VS Code for school so they're the priorities po. Since I'm a newbie, ok na ba kahit di ganun kapowerful na GPU and save (For smaller animations) or better to invest in a good one this early
  • Mas mura si Victus at may Gcash cashback pa, I can use the saved money to buy an extra monitoperipherals (but the main concern now is portability kaya naghahanap po kami ng workhorse na laptop
  • Maganda daw screen ng ASUS pero mas matibay ang Lenovo at mas ok din daw customer service/warranty ng Lenovo in case magkaissue in later years
Appreciate your help po, thank you!
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2023.05.29 11:10 lpinformation3125 High Purity Boehmite Market is expected to reach USD 1060.9 Million by the end of 2029: Cognitive Market Research

The purity of high purity boehmite is above 99.0%, like 99.0%, 99.5%, 99.7%, 99.8%, 99.95% and 99.99% etc. the high purity boehmite mainly used in Li-ion battery separator, lithium battery cell electrode, flame-retardant filler and catalysts, etc.
LPI (LP Information)' newest research report, the “High Purity Boehmite Industry Forecast” looks at past sales and reviews total world High Purity Boehmite sales in 2022, providing a comprehensive analysis by region and market sector of projected High Purity Boehmite sales for 2023 through 2029. With High Purity Boehmite sales broken down by region, market sector and sub-sector, this report provides a detailed analysis in US$ millions of the world High Purity Boehmite industry.
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The global High Purity Boehmite market size is projected to grow from US$ 110.4 million in 2022 to US$ 1060.9 million in 2029; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 1060.9 from 2023 to 2029.
Global high purity boehmite key players are Nabaltec, Estone, Chalco, Sasol, etc. Top 2 companies occupied nearly 65% market share.China is the largest region market with about 45% revenue market share.Europe are follower with above 40% revenue market share.In terms of product, purity (99.0%-99.9%) is the largest segment, with a share about 75%. And in terms of application, the largest application is lithium-ion battery separator, followed by flame retardant.
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TOR Minerals
Kawai Lime Industry
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Dequenne Chimie
Osang Group
Henan Tianma New Material
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2023.05.29 11:03 debadil Asus Vivobook Pro 15 vs Acer Swift X

Hi, I'm actually stuck choosing between Asus Vivobook Pro 15 OLED or Acer Swift X. I'm looking for a light and thin laptop. I won't be gaming that much, maybe a few hours but most of the game will be an older title such as CSGO, DOTA2, Valorant, etc. I also use the laptop for professional use. I am also open to any other recommendations. Thank you!
Here are the specifications:
Asus Vivobook Pro 15 OLED
- Intel Core™ I5-12450H ( 4.40 GHz - Frekuensi Turbo 8 Core 12 Threads ) - RAM 16GB DDR4 (UPGRADABLE) - 512GB M.2 NVMe™ PCIe® 4.0 SSD ( FREE 1 SLOT ) - Screen 15.6-inch, 2.8K (2880 x 1620) OLED 16:9 aspect ratio, 0.2ms response time, 120Hz refresh rate, 400nits, 600nits HDR peak brightness, 100% DCI-P3 color gamut, 1,000,000:1, VESA CERTIFIED Display HDR True Black 600, 1.07 billion colors, PANTONE Validated, Glossy display, 70% less harmful blue light, TÜV Rheinland-certified, Screen-to-body ratio: 84 % - NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX™ 3050 Laptop GPU, 4GB GDDR6 - Windows 11 Home + OHS / Windows 11 PRO - Camera : 1080p FHD camera - Keyboard & Touchpad : Backlit Chiclet Keyboard, 1.4mm Key-travel, Touchpad 
Acer Swift x
• Processor : AMD Ryzen 7-5800U 2.3GHz Up to 4.2GHz • Memory : 16GB onboard LPDDR4X Dual Channel Memory • Storage : 512 GB SSD PCIe Gen4 NVMe • Display : 14" IPS Full HD 1920 x 1080, 100% sRGB, high-brightness (300nits) Acer ComfyViewTM LED-backlit, 16:9,Wide viewing angle up to 170 degrees, Mercury free, environment friendly • Graphics : NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX™ 3050TI 4GB GDDR6 • Network : IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax with MU-MIMO RX 

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