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Thursday Nights fun racing / Re: Fun Run 22-02-2018
« on: February 22, 2018, 10:18:55 PM »
I had the most fun sliding around bumper to bumper with bacchulum & imperious in the mustang, caterham was good too. Open wheelers were fun to race but not much sliding around, Thanks guys

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Can I has teh one here please http://www.racedepartment.com/downloads/ferrari-599xx-evo-gopro_hero3.1769/ I like the colours. Wally, I will miss the practice race tomorrow, dang it's tough being back at work after having 5 wks at home with the family

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Server's up... with the usual password.
i'm getting checksum error, sorry

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I have a problem :( Practice makes perfect.....ly sure I learn to make the same mistake consistently lap after lap :P
Then you certainly need more practice.
I'm much more proficient than you at making mistakes. :P
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I have a problem :( Practice makes perfect.....ly sure I learn to make the same mistake consistently lap after lap :P
That

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Can someone let kcender know its only a fun run....... poor guys already done 182 laps in practice!   ;D ;D ;D
lol

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Hardware & Reviews / Re: Is this good PC Build????
« on: February 12, 2018, 08:37:57 PM »
Hey Guys, I'm interested in your comments for a new build I'm going to do very soon...

What do you think? is it a good build or not?

Don't really want to spend anymore than what it is at the moment (about $1,500 all up)

Only games i play are - Battlefield 1 & Battlefield 4

CPU - i5-8400  - Coffelake 1151pin
M/B - B250M-D3H - Gigabyte
SSD HD - 500gb - Samsung EVO
GPU -   6G GTX 1060 MSI OC
RAM - 16GB Kit (8GBx2) 2133 - CORSAIR VENGENCE LPX
Case - VIEW 28 RGB - Thermaltake

I have bits from existing PC which I'm going to put in like CD Rom, 2 x 2Tb HHD etc

Cheers
Bishy
That cpu will need 300 series motherboard, only Z370 is available atm, this one here being one of the cheapest https://www.pccasegear.com/products/41450/msi-z370-a-pro-motherboard the mid range chipset boards, as in, H370 or whatever are not available yet. Otherwise nice build

So i can use any of the Z370 boards? i will be shopping at MSY here in Adelaide and they have a large range of Z370 boards. 

https://www.pccasegear.com/wish_lists/794608/bishy
you also need a case that supports optical drive (if you want), the view 28 does not

Hey Buellersdayoff - This so going to sound like a silly question, but what does the Optical Drive do on the case?
Yes, any of the z370 boards with a coffee lake cpu. Not sure when they'll be available, but the H370 boards will be cheaper.
You said you have a cd rom drive (optical drive) if you are going to use it then you need a bay/slot for it.
I've changed the ram I accidentally put 8gb in the list previously, it now has 16gb.

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Hardware & Reviews / Re: Is this good PC Build????
« on: February 11, 2018, 10:33:40 AM »
https://www.pccasegear.com/wish_lists/794608/bishy
you also need a case that supports optical drive (if you want), the view 28 does not

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Hardware & Reviews / Re: Is this good PC Build????
« on: February 10, 2018, 09:56:49 PM »
Hey Guys, I'm interested in your comments for a new build I'm going to do very soon...

What do you think? is it a good build or not?

Don't really want to spend anymore than what it is at the moment (about $1,500 all up)

Only games i play are - Battlefield 1 & Battlefield 4

CPU - i5-8400  - Coffelake 1151pin
M/B - B250M-D3H - Gigabyte
SSD HD - 500gb - Samsung EVO
GPU -   6G GTX 1060 MSI OC
RAM - 16GB Kit (8GBx2) 2133 - CORSAIR VENGENCE LPX
Case - VIEW 28 RGB - Thermaltake

I have bits from existing PC which I'm going to put in like CD Rom, 2 x 2Tb HHD etc

Cheers
Bishy
That cpu will need 300 series motherboard, only Z370 is available atm, this one here being one of the cheapest https://www.pccasegear.com/products/41450/msi-z370-a-pro-motherboard the mid range chipset boards, as in, H370 or whatever are not available yet. Otherwise nice build

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Apps / Re: Got a spare android phone or tablet?
« on: February 10, 2018, 02:37:01 PM »
Nice. I think with the ebay case the screen sits in those little notches I can't remember 100% now. It has a port on the back for when using with a Pi which is why the OSR one is so deep. I assume it has the two plates as the backplate holds it all in.

The LEDS on the CSL Elite base are pointless, can't see them with either rim I have  ;D I did read there was going to be a firmware update to disable them but haven't seen it.
I was thinking this plate would replace the one you have carbon wrapped. The rest of the pi box you have would remain the same and basically sit in the same position it is currently, only it would be bolted to the wheel base through the new plate. How do have it mounted now, double side tape? Only going by the pictures you posted...

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Apps / Re: Got a spare android phone or tablet?
« on: February 10, 2018, 08:50:27 AM »
concept only. 3d file to view in windows 3d builder

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Apps / Re: Got a spare android phone or tablet?
« on: February 09, 2018, 09:01:50 PM »
Good stuff. I'd always liked the idea of having one but with no space for it the wife wouldn't be too happy.

I'd seen stuff like this before on this website:
https://www.opensimrigs.com/collections/wheel-display

They had this which is for the LCD screen I have:
https://www.opensimrigs.com/collections/wheel-display/products/sim-display-enclosure

Was tempted to order one but not at that cost + shipping.
so, doing a lot of unsuccessful web searching for print designs of the OSR and the raspberry ebay case, I've come up with something....maybe. If I could get the exact dimensions of the front panel (and if you need the little cut outs) I could extend a bracket from it to screw into the wheel base. maybe add a curve to the top, leave an opening for the shift lights or whatever. so long as you're happy with the current position though

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Apps / Re: Got a spare android phone or tablet?
« on: February 09, 2018, 08:05:38 AM »
Very neat, amazing technology for the price. Is it very hard to program to achieve the end result that you want?
I'm still trying to work out quality settings and stuff, but, download the 3d file's from thingiverse then modified in the built-in 3d builder (win10), then pop it into the software that came with the printer to create the print file. Put the file on the sd card and go print. You can actually plug the printer into the pc but it's pretty cool that you don't have to. It was easy to set up and use, I spent the most time making sure everything was level.
Amstudio videos
Going to try this next I don't think it needs the braces but it's something to try.
Edit: You can skip the modified in 3d-builder part for most things, I just needed to merge the bracket piece with the phone case

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Apps / Re: Got a spare android phone or tablet?
« on: February 08, 2018, 10:53:21 PM »
Picked up an Aldi 3D printer today, first job after some bracelet beads tests was to make a bracket for my sony phone to mount to the fanatec wheel base. Not bad for the first print job, even though it started to lift off the hot bed.... because some youtuber recommended placing a fan next it lol.
some pics  https://photos.app.goo.gl/RLagmm1npsoVcqdA2

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Thursday Nights fun racing / Re: S12 R6 - Longford - 08/02/2018
« on: February 08, 2018, 09:56:02 PM »
Thanks for pulling me out mael, good fun racing with you guys again

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