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2023.03.26 13:23 mumbaicomputers Benefits of Dealing with an Authentic Laptop Repair Services Provider in Mumbai

Generally, people believe that repairing a smashed device like a screen that has been accidentally cracked or a laptop that has been damaged by water will be costlier than purchasing a new one. Well, this is not at all true. Throwing away a device that is broken is not always the right solution. Laptops are costly devices so when they get smashed or destroyed due to any cause, it is crucial to get in touch with an authorized laptop repair Mumbai service provider that can offer you the best quality services at a reasonable price. Connecting to an established laptop repair service provider has many great benefits to experience which of them are mentioned below here. Just have a look at those.
The benefits
1- Frankness and trustworthiness
A trustworthy laptop repair Mumbai will be honest about their services and about the maintenance and service needs of your device. Also, they will be clear in terms of service charges and service warranties. A good laptop repair company will always have fair and crystal-clear talks with you and will tell you the problem's cause and its solution in the simplest form.
2- Good quality services
As previously said that laptops are costly tools, hence you must get those fixed by the one who can provide you with the best quality repair services. Doing this will ensure you long-lasting solutions that free up your laptop from any sort of issues like hardware or software issues.
3- Skilled professionals
A reliable MacBook repair service provider will make certain that they will have a team of skilled professionals to help you with any kind of issues that your device is experiencing. A reliable service provider in Mumbai has highly trained techs that ensure clients the best solutions. The experts will determine rapidly the underlying causes of the issue and then will fix it in a better way. They will make your device work like a new one.
4- Cost effective solution
Getting your expensive laptop repaired by a skilled one can help you to save money. A good laptop repair Mumbai service provider will not charge anything additional and also there will be no hidden charges associated with the laptop repairs.
Summing up
So, these are the benefits you are going to get when approaching the best laptop repair Mumbai service provider. Choose a service provider wisely to reap all of these.
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2023.03.26 13:13 feedthebear The Economy

What do you think is the tipping point where the global and local economy crashes and we have a recession if it hasn't already started?
We have high inflation but wages that have not kept in line with that increased cost of living for decades now?
We have a tight labour market where there is low unemployment and still relatively high job vacancies despite some recent layoffs.
We have people who are generally living until much older who need to be looked after by the state.
We have a housing crisis (for a decade now) and no signs of it being addressed sufficiently.
We have very lacking transports services.
We have businesses passing increasing costs to consumers (€5.50 for a pack of club bars!)
At what point do people stop allowing themselves to be gouged because they can't afford it as opposed to they won't pay for it. Or are most of you doing well?
What will happen when these businesses and restaurants start folding because people won't pay €20 for a burger and chips.
There's a pecking order in terms of what needs to be paid like mortgages, utilities, car maintenance and not say, pints, leisure and other discretionary costs.
How do we get back to a "normal" situation. My theory is businesses are squeezing as much as they can passing costs to customers but that the rate of increases can't sustain and will burst eventually. Revenues will collapse and what will be left are only those businesses that provide people with quality products at reasonable prices. Maybe that's the way it needs to be... any thoughts?
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2023.03.26 13:10 MaztroConsulting Book Group Floor Shop at Himalaya City Center Gold Project Location Raj Nagar Extension Ghaziabad

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2023.03.26 13:09 k0ni3 Need help for instal please

Hello I am really new to invok AI
I would like instal it on my computer AMD 5600X and rtx 3070 8GB .
I follow somme tutorials but this is fail.
This is what happen if sommeone can help me please thank you
This script will install InvokeAI and its dependencies.

  1. Install python 3.9 or 3.10. Python version 3.11 and above are
  2. Double-click on the file WinLongPathsEnabled.reg in order to
  3. Install the Visual C++ core libraries.

See https://invoke-ai.github.io/InvokeAI/installation/INSTALL_AUTOMATED/ for more details.

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***** Checking and Updating Python *****
Initializing the installer. This may take a minute - please wait...

[notice] A new release of pip available: 22.3.1 -> 23.0.1
[notice] To update, run: C:\Users\Nico\AppData\Local\Temp\invokeai-installer-tmptus20q12\Scripts\python.exe -m pip install --upgrade pip
╔═════════════════════════════════════════ Welcome to the InvokeAI Installer ═════════════════════════════════════════╗
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║ Windows Users! ║
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║ Before you start, please do the following: ║
║ 1. Double-click on the file WinLongPathsEnabled.reg in order to ║
║ enable long path support on your system. ║
║ 2. Make sure you have the Visual C++ core libraries installed. If not, install from ║
║ ║
║ Some of the installation steps take a long time to run. Please be patient. If the script appears to hang for more ║
║ than 10 minutes, please interrupt with Control-C and retry. ║
║ ║
╚═══════════════════════════════════════════════════ Windows-AMD64 ═══════════════════════════════════════════════════╝

❗ Directory C:\Users\Nico\invokeai already exists ❗
🛑 Are you sure you want to (re)install in this location? [y/n] (n): n

Please select the destination directory for the installation: [C:\Users\Nico]:
>>> C:\Users\Nico\insatl5

InvokeAI will be installed in C:\Users\Nico\insatl5
Would you like to pick a different location? [y/n] (n): n

───────────────────────────────────────── 👾 GPU (Graphics Card) selection 👾 ─────────────────────────────────────────

Detected the Windows-AMD64 platform

See https://invoke-ai.github.io/InvokeAI/#system to ensure your system meets the minimum requirements.

🠶 Your GPU drivers must be correctly installed before using InvokeAI! 🠴

Please select the type of GPU installed in your computer.

1 🢒 an NVIDIA GPU (using CUDA™)
2 🢒 no compatible GPU, or specifically prefer to use the CPU
3 🢒 I'm not sure what to choose

Please make your selection: 3
No problem. We will try to install a version that should be compatible. 🤞
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ERROR: Package 'invokeai' requires a different Python: 3.11.2 not in '<3.11,>=3.9'

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[notice] To update, run: C:\Users\Nico\insatl5\.venv\Scripts\python.exe -m pip install --upgrade pip
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "C:\Users\Nico\Downloads\Unzip\Invok ai\InvokeAI-Installer\lib\main.py", line 50, in
File "C:\Users\Nico\Downloads\Unzip\Invok ai\InvokeAI-Installer\lib\installer.py", line 179, in install
File "C:\Users\Nico\Downloads\Unzip\Invok ai\InvokeAI-Installer\lib\installer.py", line 235, in install
self.install_app(extra_index_url, optional_modules, find_links)
File "C:\Users\Nico\Downloads\Unzip\Invok ai\InvokeAI-Installer\lib\installer.py", line 310, in install_app
File "C:\Users\Nico\AppData\Local\Temp\invokeai-installer-tmptus20q12\Lib\site-packages\plumbum\commands\modifiers.py", line 145, in __rand__
File "C:\Users\Nico\AppData\Local\Temp\invokeai-installer-tmptus20q12\Lib\site-packages\plumbum\commands\base.py", line 113, in __call__
return self.run(args, **kwargs)[1]
File "C:\Users\Nico\AppData\Local\Temp\invokeai-installer-tmptus20q12\Lib\site-packages\plumbum\commands\base.py", line 252, in run
return p.run()
File "C:\Users\Nico\AppData\Local\Temp\invokeai-installer-tmptus20q12\Lib\site-packages\plumbum\commands\base.py", line 215, in runner
return run_proc(p, retcode, timeout)
File "C:\Users\Nico\AppData\Local\Temp\invokeai-installer-tmptus20q12\Lib\site-packages\plumbum\commands\processes.py", line 304, in run_proc
return _check_process(proc, retcode, timeout, stdout, stderr)
File "C:\Users\Nico\AppData\Local\Temp\invokeai-installer-tmptus20q12\Lib\site-packages\plumbum\commands\processes.py", line 17, in _check_process
proc.verify(retcode, timeout, stdout, stderr)
File "C:\Users\Nico\AppData\Local\Temp\invokeai-installer-tmptus20q12\Lib\site-packages\plumbum\machines\base.py", line 27, in verify
raise ProcessExecutionError(
plumbum.commands.processes.ProcessExecutionError: Unexpected exit code: 1
Command line: 'C:\Users\Nico\insatl5\.venv\Scripts\pip.exe' install --require-virtualenv --use-pep517 'C:\Users\Nico\Downloads\Unzip\Invok ai\InvokeAI-Installer\lib\InvokeAI-2.3.2.post1-py3-none-any.whl'
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2023.03.26 13:08 reckless-saving Weekly FIREUK Blog posts

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2023.03.26 13:07 RobinWuzz Rakuten Kobo strong in Europe

E-books Market size in Europe to grow by USD 958.24 million from 2021 to 2026; Growth driven by high prices of printed books - Technavio
Mar 21, 2023, 11:30 ET
Some of the key players covered in this market study include:

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2023.03.26 13:01 GreenKashmirTravels1 Kashmir Holiday: Exploring the Serenity and Beauty of Heaven on Earth

Kashmir Holiday: Exploring the Serenity and Beauty of Heaven on Earth
Kashmir is known as the "Paradise on Earth" and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. Located in the northernmost part of the country, Kashmir is a beautiful valley that is surrounded by the Himalayas. The valley is known for its breathtaking views, serene environment, and hospitable locals. In this article, we will explore the beauty of Kashmir and everything you need to know about planning a memorable Kashmir holiday.

Why Kashmir is a Must-Visit Destination?

Kashmir is a place that has a magical effect on people. The valley is surrounded by mountains, and the beauty of nature is simply breathtaking. The locals are welcoming and hospitable, and the food is delicious. Here are some reasons why you should visit Kashmir:

1. Breathtaking Scenery

Kashmir is home to some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world. The mountains, rivers, and valleys create a picturesque landscape that is simply stunning.

2. Peaceful Environment

Kashmir is known for its peaceful environment. The valley is a great place to relax and unwind, away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

3. Rich Culture and History

Kashmir has a rich culture and history that is worth exploring. The valley is home to several historical sites and landmarks that offer a glimpse into the region's past.


When to Visit Kashmir?

Kashmir is a year-round destination, but the best time to visit is between April and October. During this time, the weather is pleasant, and the flowers are in full bloom. In winter, the valley is covered in snow, making it a great destination for winter sports enthusiasts.

How to Reach Kashmir?

Kashmir is well-connected to major cities in India by air, rail, and road. The nearest airport is in Srinagar, and there are daily flights from major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore. The nearest railway station is in Jammu, and there are several buses and taxis that connect Jammu to Srinagar.

Top Tourist Attractions in Kashmir

Kashmir has several tourist attractions that are worth exploring. Here are some of the top tourist attractions in the valley:
1. Dal Lake
Dal Lake is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Kashmir. The lake is surrounded by snow-capped mountains and is home to several houseboats and shikaris.
2. Gulmarg
Gulmarg is a popular ski resort in Kashmir. The resort is located at an altitude of 2,650 meters and offers stunning views of the snow-capped mountains.
3. Pahalgam
Pahalgam is a picturesque town located in the Anantnag district of Kashmir. The town is known for its scenic beauty and is a popular destination for trekking and hiking.
4. Sonamarg
Sonamarg is a scenic town located at an altitude of 2,800 meters. The town is known for its breathtaking views and is a popular destination for adventure sports like trekking, camping, and skiing.


Where to Stay in Kashmir?

Kashmir has several accommodation options, ranging from budget hotels to luxury resorts. Some of the popular options include houseboats, hotels, and guesthouses. The best places to stay in Kashmir are Srinagar, Gulmarg, and Pahalgam.

What to Eat in Kashmir?

Kashmiri cuisine is known for its rich flavors and aromatic spices. Some of the popular dishes include Rogan Josh, Gushtaba, and Kashmiri Pulao. The food in Kashmir is a reflection of its rich culture and history, and every dish has a unique taste and flavor that will leave you craving more. The locals take great pride in their cuisine and are always willing to share their food with visitors.

Experiencing the Local Culture

One of the best things about visiting Kashmir is experiencing the local culture. The locals are warm and welcoming, and they are always eager to share their culture with visitors. You can explore the local markets, try on traditional clothing, and participate in local festivals and celebrations.

Tips for a Memorable Kashmir Holiday

Here are some tips to make your Kashmir holiday a memorable one:
· Pack warm clothes, especially if you are traveling during the winter months.
· Try the local cuisine and explore the local markets.
· Respect the local culture and traditions.
· Hire a local guide to explore the valley and learn about its history and culture.
· Book your accommodation in advance, especially during peak season.


Kashmir is a paradise on Earth, and visiting this beautiful valley is an experience that you will never forget. From its breathtaking scenery to its rich culture and history, Kashmir has something for everyone. So pack your bags, book your tickets, and get ready to explore the beauty of Heaven on Earth.


Is it safe to visit Kashmir?
Yes, it is safe to visit Kashmir. The region is heavily guarded, and the government takes measures to ensure the safety of tourists.
What is the best time to visit Kashmir?
The best time to visit Kashmir is between April and October when the weather is pleasant, and the flowers are in full bloom.
Can I try skiing in Kashmir?
Yes, you can try skiing in Kashmir. Gulmarg is a popular ski resort in the valley.
What is the local language spoken in Kashmir?
The local language spoken in Kashmir is Kashmiri. However, most people also speak Hindi and English.
What are some of the popular souvenirs to buy in Kashmir?
Some of the popular souvenirs to buy in Kashmir include Pashmina shawls, Kashmiri handicrafts, and saffron.
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2023.03.26 12:58 deepvoicednerd [Motorsport] "They said to me, if you Peter Brock announce this car at the end of this week, we will withdraw all support. Well, I’ve gone ahead, and I’ve announced it.” How a box of crystals brought down Australia’s number one race team and its driver. The rise and fall of the Holden Dealer Team.

This post was originally a reply to a question on one of my other posts here, but it really deserves its own more detailed post simply because even over 30 years later it just makes me and a lot of others go “Eeh? How did that actually happen?”
When it comes to sporting rivalries in Australia, Ford vs Holden is one of the longest. Today, it’s hard to believe with Ford no longer making cars in Australia and Holden no longer even existing but there was a time were what car Australians drove really mattered. Were you a Holden family with Monaro’s, Torana’s and Commodores or a Ford family with a Falcon in your driveway? It was one or the other. No in between. There are stories of Holden-driving fathers refusing to allow their daughters to date boys simply because their dads drove Fords. The battles were fought on every level: advertising, dealers and from the mid-1960’s on the racetrack. And that’s were our story kicks off…
It's 1967 and for the first time, an Australian-made car has won the Bathurst 500. A Ford Falcon XR driven by Harry Firth and Fred Gibson wins the race and Ford Australia are ecstatic. A phrase commonly used at the time is “Win on Sunday, sell on Monday.” Winning Bathurst was a big deal and Ford reaped the benefits with sales and foot traffic into their dealerships. Crucially it really hurt their main rivals Holden.
For 1968 Holden wanted revenge on the racetrack. They had a great car in which to get it too, the Monaro. There was however, a bit of a problem. You see Holden despite being proudly Australian was owned by General Motors and at the time, GM had a blanket ban on their manufacturers going motor racing.
Pretty much everyone within Holden wanted to go racing though, so the Holden heavies looked for a loophole that would get them on the Bathurst grid and they quickly found one. They realised that there was nothing to stop them giving some money to their dealers and telling the dealers to then give said money to an idependant race team and voila! You’ve got yourself an all-but-official factory race team that gets around the GM ban. The man at the head of this team is David McKay, Australia’s first touring car champion. He’s ready to take on Ford’s leader Harry Firth.
For the 1968 Bathurst 500, the Holden vs Ford battlelines are drawn. And Holden gets its revenge as Firth’s Ford’s flounder. Strangely though, it’s a privateer Monaro that takes the chequered flag first. McKay brings his factory-but-not-really-factory-just-in-case-Detroit-gets-wind-of-this Monaro’s home second, third and fifth. And then he made an error. He failed to protest against the winning Monaro that some alleged ran with an illegal brake system. Holden’s heavies weren’t happy at all. They were in it to win with their own cars not their customers. And then for McKay, things got worse.
After Bathurst, Holden and Ford would face off again in the 1968 London to Sydney Marathon, the most epic car race ever staged. Almost 100 teams from all over the world took part but Australia was only focused on Firth & McKay. They were evenly matched. 3 Falcons for Firth and 3 Monaro’s for McKay. And just like Bathurst, neither of them won.
But in the Ford vs Holden battle, Ford came out most definitely on top, finishing 3rd, 6th and 8th and taking the best performing team award for their troubles. McKay’s Monaro’s came home 12th, 14th and McKay’s lead car DNF’ed after rolling in the Australian outback. And that was the last straw for Holden. McKay had failed them.
Ford Australia meantime was going through a restructure. The restructure involved refreshing their racing team. And incredibly, that meant showing Harry Firth the door. Big Mistake. Huge. You’d think after his marathon efforts, Ford would be pretty chuffed, but they got rid of him. Holden pounced. Within a fortnight, Harry was a Holden man. All his mechanics and engineers went with him. This was the start of what became the Holden Dealer Team.
Despite nicking all of Ford’s mechanics and tech know-how, Firth failed to poach their drivers. That forced him to go searching for young talent. He eventually found Colin Bond a promising rally and circuit driver and then noticed a driver of a little blue Austin A30 that was giving almost every competitor a complete belting. His name? Peter Brock.
For Bathurst 1969, Firth did what McKay couldn’t: Deliver the Holden factory a Bathurst win. Bond won, Brock was third and just behind was Ford’s new lead driver. He was an ex-pat Canadian who looked like an angry maths teacher. His name? Allan Moffat. A rivalry had just started.
For 1970 & ’71, Moffat dominated the Bathurst enduro in the mighty GTHO Falcon but in 1972, Brock struck back for Holden. That win made him the golden boy of Australian motorsport. Brock wore the white hat: hippy-handsome, a great driver and a man of the people, driving the Australian car. Moffat wore the black hat: cranky, methodical, withdrawn and representing the American manufacturer.
For 1973 the ante was turned up. The Bathurst race went from imperial to metric. 500 miles became 1000 kilometres. The regulations changed from Improved Production (stock-standard production cars with minimal upgrades. Some were even road registered) to the more liberal Group C Touring Cars. Moffat cleaned up in ’73 but it wasn’t all doom and gloom for Holden when at the end of the year, Ford pulled the plug on its factory race team. From 1974 Moffat was forced to go it alone in his own team with only back-door support from Ford.
But Holden wasn’t without its troubles either. At the end of 1974, Brock had a blow-up with Firth and left the HDT. Some say Firth fired him. Others say Brock grew tired of Firth’s iron fist approach to running the team and dipped out.
In two years both the white knight and the black knight were out on their own. And yet…they excelled. Despite driving a shoestring budget Holden, Brock won Bathurst in 1975. Moffat was a constant front-runner. The back-door support from Ford helped. The Holden Dealer Team though remained THE Team. Firth still ran it efficiently and he still had Colin Bond. Like Brock though, Bond was growing tired of Firth. He was paid next to nothing for his driving and expected to be on spanner duty in the workshop. So when Allan Moffat made him an offer at the end of 1976, Colin accepted.
In 1977, to quote Moffat: “We blew the doors off Holden”. With the HDT now minus their two star drivers, Holden floundered on the track. Moffat’s Ford team was well-backed and well-organised and as a result, Moffat in Falcon #1 and Bond in Falcon #2 dominated the year. The crowning glory was their 1-2 formation finish at Bathurst. Ford got an insane amount of mileage out of it. Nearly 50 years later, it remains one of the most iconic images of Australian motorsport. At the end of the year an exasperated Holden official approached Moffat and in desperation asked: “What can we do to beat you?”
Moffat shrugged and replied “Simple. Re-employ Brock”
With Harry Firth retiring, that’s exactly what they did. For 1978, Brock was back as a driver for the HDT. Moffat’s honest reply to that Holden official came back to bite him in the clacker. With money from Ford drying up, Moffat began to flounder and Brock dominated for the next two years, culminating in the 1979 Bathurst 1000 were he won by a whopping 6 laps and broke the lap record on the final lap. What a show off.
But then right after that epic performance…Holden pulled the plug. They were done.
Brock however refused to give up. He assumed ownership of the team and over Christmas, embarked on a whistle-stop tour of the Holden dealerships offering them a deal. The deal he offered them was a tricked-up road-going Holden Commodore built by the HDT. Any Holden dealership who helped fund the race team got exclusive access to sell the road-going car. The campaign was a success. Over 100 dealerships signed up putting the ‘Dealer’ right back into the Holden Dealer Team and HDT Special Vehicles was born.
In the early 1980’s, the HDT lead by Brock was a juggernaut both on and off the racetrack. Bathurst victory after Bathurst victory and the road car business boomed. Initially, Holden were reluctant but seeing the demand, they supported the program. By 1981 the first HDT road cars were delivered to the clamouring dealers. As Brock’s number one lieutenant and teammate John Harvey put it “Demand was so high, we couldn’t make them quick enough!”
The Group C Touring Car era ended at the end of 1984 and the Holden Dealer Team looked every bit like champions. Multiple Bathurst and other race wins, a road car arm that was fast becoming a great Australian success story and the best and most popular driver in the country at the head of it.
What next?
For 1985, Australia adopted international Group A Touring Car regulations. With every touring car series all over the world running to these regulations, you could take a car all over the world and race it. Pretty cool right? Brock certainly thought so and started planning...
But before we get to the HDT takes on the world part, let’s back up a bit. At the back end of 1984, Peter Brock was absolutely knackered. On top of driving, running the race team, an unsuccessful Le Mans campaign and the road car division, he liked a drink and a smoke or ten. Heck the HDT’s main sponsor was Marlboro. There were rumours he was really, really crook.
Ultimately, Brock found a chiropractor called Eric Dowker who got him back into shape. Dowker also got him off the grog and the cigs and even got him to go vegan.
For 1985, Peter Brock rolled out ready for the Group A era. He was in much better health by now thanks to Dowker’s interesting therapy (we’ll get to that in a minute). Mobil replaced Marlboro as the main sponsor on the race cars and Brock set about plans to take on the world.
First thing he needed to do was to sell enough road going HDT cars to satisfy the Group A rules. Once he had done that, the race Holden could be based off the HDT road car with all the tricked-up bits on it. By the end of 1985, he had done just that.
1986 was going to be a big year for the HDT. Their new car was ready to take on not just Australia but also Europe. Brock was looking ahead to 1987 and the World Touring Car Championship that going to take place. As well as his regular Australian campaign he was going to take the HDT to Europe for a partial campaign in the European series as ‘dress rehearsal’ for the WTCC a year later.
And then Brock did something unthinkable. He invited Allan Moffat to morning tea at his workshop. At the time, Moffat was unemployed. After his Ford support dried up, he became a Mazda man which didn’t make him more popular. In fact it made him less popular. Signs that read ‘no Jap-Crap’ were prominent around Australian racetracks in the early 80’s. He had delivered them a reasonable amount of success but when the Group A era started, Mazda didn’t have a car that would fit the regulations. Moffat was out of a job when the phone rang with Brock’s morning tea invite.
According to Moffat “Morning tea turned into long lunch, long lunch became afternoon tea and I drove home in a HDT Commodore, my new company car.”
All of Australian motorsport chocked on their breakfast when they read the headline ‘Moffat joins HDT’. Superman had just hired Lex Luther. “What the actual f**k?” said literally everyone.
With everyone still in shock, Brock & Moffat started off 1986 with a win in New Zealand, their first race as teammates. They both looked at each other after the race and almost simultaneously asked “Why didn’t we do this a decade earlier?” And then everyone got it. The best driver in Australia had hired the second-best driver in Australia. A pretty good duo to take on the world, yeah?
The first half of 1986 was a busy one for the HDT. The Australian championship, the partial European campaign that culminated in the Spa 24 Hour in Belgium and the ever-expanding road car business, Peter Brock was a man who looked to have it made. As Moffat put it, “Peter was well on his way to becoming a millionaire while the rest of us were just journeymen”.
And then…
Then came the Energy Polariser.
This is when things turn to sh*t.
As I said Eric Dowker was a key part of Brock’s life. Along with going smoke and grog-free, part of his treatments involved crystals and all sorts of stuff that would be considered “New Age”. Noticing how well it had worked on him, Brock became a full-on convert. He was bordering on being obsessed with these damn crystals and then he had an idea: If crystals and help human performance, what about car performance?
The idea seemed innocent enough, but most would have written it off. Brock didn’t. According to some from within the HDT, crystals were getting dangled around the engine dyno and other areas of the workshop. Dowker started appearing at every race meeting in full HDT uniform. He was mockingly referred to as “Doctor Feelgood”.
Ultimately, Brock and Dowker came up with a small plastic box filled with a pair of magnets separated by some crystals embedded in epoxy resin. It was held to the firewall of a car by a single self-tapping screw. The Energy Polariser.
According to Brock “It’s a magic cure. It makes a shithouse car good.”
Brock had already been quietly fitting them to the race cars without telling the other drivers. John Harvey only found out when the polariser broke off its mounting point during a practice session and almost went under his brake pedal.
Brock then started offering them to customers. For just $467AUD you could have this little box of magic fitted to the firewall of your car and it would cure all its ills (allegedly).
Now put yourself in Holden’s shoes. You have an image to maintain right? And then you find out your golden boy is with no scientific basis, putting a box of crystals in cars that have your name and badge on them claiming that they’re “Aligning the molecules of the engine”. Hmm…
So very reasonably, Holden at this point is saying “Uh Peter? This Energy Polariser thingy? What’s the thinking behind it? Seems a bit fishy to us.”
Brock and Dowker respond to Holden with a press release. It was essentially one page of complete and utter gibberish were Brock and Dowker crap on about “vibrations” and how the Polariser will “align the molecules in its sphere of influence”. Want to give yourself a migraine? Here it is in all its glory (apologies for the quality): https://hsvclubnsw.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/DB-Technology-Polariser-Statement.pdf
Remember, this isn’t a cult leader or a pyramid scheme sales pitch or a Byron Bay “Instagram influencer” coming out with this. This is coming from a racing car driver.
The real concerning thing for Holden and anyone who knows a thing or two about cars was the recommended tyre pressures for a Polariser-equipped car: 20 psi. For those of you who don’t know, that’s all but flat. But according to Brock, that’s okay because “the molecules will be aligned, and all will be well…”
At best it was all pseudoscience and at worst it was downright dangerous. Holden were alarmed and insisted on properly testing it. To nobody’s surprise it was found to be simply what it looked like: a box of crystals. Brock then went over Holden’s head to General Motors thinking that surely the mothership would hear him out. They didn’t. Still though, Brock rejected the perfectly reasonable findings that his box of crystals was useless. He even lied to Holden that when GM tested it, they thought it was brilliant and were considering making it a standard feature in all their cars. A quick phone called from Australia to America proved that to be false. As far as Brock was concerned, the Energy Polariser was so advanced, there wasn’t a way to properly test it. Holden were NOT happy at this point.
Brock though didn’t care. Even when the Australian Sceptic’s Society awarded him their ‘Bent Spoon Award’, he pushed on determinedly creating a road car that in his mind would be his and the HDT’s crowning glory: The Director.
All this culminated in February 1987.
The World Touring Car Championship that the HDT were going to take on? Nope. Brock pulled the pin leaving co-drivers Moffat and Harvey (who were both finalising sponsorship deals) out in the cold.
And then he really, really shot himself in the foot when he launched The Director. As an aside, The Director was one badass looking car. Based on the Holden VL Commodore with a low body kit and flared rear wing it still looks the goods today. But Holden took a dim view of it for two main reasons:
  1. It came with the Energy Polariser fitted as standard.
  2. It featured a new independent rear suspension system developed by the HDT that Holden hadn’t tested or approved.
Holden had asked for more time to evaluate the suspension, but Brock ignored them and refused to even allow Holden to test it. On top the Energy Polariser, it was the last straw.
At the launch of The Director Brock stood in front of The Director that sat on a rotating platform and said the words that put the final nail in the HDT’s coffin:
“We have a motor car which you can probably see circulating behind me which is capable of gaining us some much-earned export dollars and Holden are trying to stop me and I’m a pretty determined sort of person and I’m pressing on. They said to me, if you Peter Brock announce this car at the end of this week, we will withdraw all support. Well, I’ve gone ahead, and I’ve announced it.”
After that, Holden were officially done. They terminated their partnership with the HDT. The dealers cut the support to the race team and the money dried up. The road car business was finished and the race team was decimated. Allan Moffat and John Harvey resigned.
Here's a news report that sums up the events: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZZpP4fbgeE&t=196s
Moffat summed it up best in his autobiography: “I have been through the corporate wringer myself. I have railed against bureaucracy and been frustrated by people who simply won’t be reasonable and do things my way. I have, in my view, been severely let down by people I’ve trusted-although possibly they don’t share that opinion. But if I’d been in a position where I had General Motors in my hip pocket, I would never, never, never have put myself above them. That’s not corporate cowardice; it’s just common sense.”
The HDT was done. Or was it? You see although Holden didn’t want a bar of Brock, his main sponsor Mobil reasoned that he was still the fan favourite and therefore, still money in the bank and agreed to sponsor what was left of the team. He just needed a bit of extra cash to keep him racing. And it came from an unlikely source.
He had three race cars left in his workshop. Two were for racing in Australia and the third was for the aborted World Touring Car campaign. Three men showed up to look at that car. They told Brock they represented a huge fan of his who wanted to own a bit of Brock history. They wrote a cheque for $125 000, gave it to Brock, put the car on their trailer and took it straight to the car’s new owner: Allan Moffat.
Moffat and John Harvey ended up doing what Brock was going to do: Have a crack at the World Championship. It was only a partial campaign on a shoestring budget, but they took a victory at Monza and an outstanding 4th outright at the Spa 24 Hour, driving as a two-man team when everyone else had 3. For me, as an Australian motorsport nutcase, this remains one of the biggest ‘what-ifs’. I mean just imagine if Brock pulled his head in and they had a proper well-financed crack at it. The HDT could have been world champions…
But that’s all hypotheticals. For 1987, Brock ran a much leaner operation. He had a quiet Australian championship. No wins and no podiums. He was even lapped in several races. He cut a dejected figure. And then…
He went out and won the Bathurst 1000.
Against the world’s best (Bathurst was part of the World Touring Car Championship), and in a shoestring budget sh*tbox of a car, he won the damn thing! (I’ve covered that race more thoroughly in a previous post here. Just check my profile for the “Nice wheel arches mate” story. Highly recommend, great read 😉)
After 1987 though, Brock really was in the wilderness. He spent 1988 in an uncompetitive BMW and 1989 & 1990 in a, wait for it, in a Ford. He did win a handful of races but was far from the force he once was. At the end of 1990 the team was officially closed down.
For 1991 Brock went back to Holden, albeit as a privateer, again with minimal success. For 1994 though, Holden took him back in a factory capacity. After the HDT was wound down, Holden backed a new factory squad run by the Tom Walkinshaw Racing empire, the Holden Racing Team. For 1994, the HRT reasoned that commercially, having the people’s champion and the money from Mobil that came with him was a good thing. Brock was back albeit just as a driver. He had no say in the running of the team. Still, he became more competitive again, but he never quite rediscovered his untouchable brilliance from the late 70’s and early 80’s. The younger generation was taking over. By the end of 1997, he retired from fulltime driving.
The problem for Brock, was that retirement didn’t suit him. He was restless and kept on having little comebacks. Some were successful, others less so. He also got right into tarmac rallying which would sadly be the death of him. Ask any Australian motor racing fan where they were and what they were doing on the 8th of September 2006, and they will be able to tell you. I know I can. Driving in a Targa Rally in Western Australia, Brock’s Daytona Coupe went driver’s door first into a thick gum tree. He was killed instantly. All of Australia went into mourning for the second time in just a couple of days. Steve Irwin had died earlier in the week. September ’06 sucked if you were Australian.
It's been over 15 years since Peter Brock died. Many books, documentaries and podcasts have been made about him. There’s no doubt that he was THE fan favourite of Australian motorsport and his legacy and success is still revered today. And yet, when you bring up February 1987 and the events leading up to it to a Brock-diehard even they’ll admit it wasn’t his finest hour. Good people sometimes make bad decisions.
To finish up, here’s an ironic twist to the story. Since Brock’s death, the value of the HDT road cars has spiked due to their heritage and rareness. But the most valuable of all? That would be The Director. Only 9 were made before the HDT road car division was shut down so their value has soared. Originally priced at $87 000 when launched in 1987, one of them sold at auction for well over $300 000 in 2010. The same car that brought the company down is now the most valuable car that it produced.
And yes, it came equipped with the Energy Polariser.
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2023.03.26 12:51 gdawgin Thoughts on first build for productivity only (Blender, Premiere, After Effects etc)

Spent the last few days researching and picking components for my first build for a work pc for my design business. I use a 16" Macbook Pro M1 Max daily but I'm having lots of issues with Blender being really slow or crashing and also render times are long in Premiere, hence deciding to build a custom PC.
Would love to hear everyones thoughts on the below list.
Few points:
- I prefer the idea of air cooling over AIO, from all the tests I've seen online, the Thermalright PA 120 SE pretty much on par with a good AIO.
- RTX 4090 for fast rendering in Blender (Also assists CPU to render in Premiere).
- i9 13900 for fast rendering in Adobe programs.
- Corsair 4000d instead of 5000d purely for smaller form factor, from reading many posts on here it seems that everything will fit in the 4000d and there will be no temp compromise.
- Planning on having the 2 140mm be quiet fans on the front as intake and the 2 120mm fans that come with the case on the top and back as exhaust.
PCPartPicker Part List
Type Item Price
CPU Intel Core i9-13900K 3 GHz 24-Core Processor £583.67 @ Amazon UK
CPU Cooler Thermalright Peerless Assassin 120 SE 66.17 CFM CPU Cooler -
Motherboard MSI MAG Z790 TOMAHAWK WIFI ATX LGA1700 Motherboard £301.19 @ Newegg UK
Memory Kingston FURY Beast RGB 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR5-6000 CL36 Memory £139.34 @ MoreCoCo
Storage Kingston KC3000 512 GB M.2-2280 PCIe 4.0 X4 NVME Solid State Drive £54.58 @ MyMemory
Storage Kingston KC3000 1.024 TB M.2-2280 PCIe 4.0 X4 NVME Solid State Drive £78.99 @ AWD-IT
Video Card NVIDIA Founders Edition GeForce RTX 4090 24 GB Video Card -
Case Corsair 4000D Airflow ATX Mid Tower Case £79.00 @ Computer Orbit
Power Supply Corsair HX1200 Platinum 1200 W 80+ Platinum Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply £225.43 @ NeoComputers
Case Fan be quiet! Silent Wings 4 78.4 CFM 140 mm Fan £25.25 @ CCL Computers
Case Fan be quiet! Silent Wings 4 78.4 CFM 140 mm Fan £25.25 @ CCL Computers
Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts
Total £1512.70
Generated by PCPartPicker 2023-03-26 11:47 BST+0100
*The actual total cost is somewhere around £3200.
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2023.03.26 12:50 MisterFinishLine +16

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2023.03.26 12:35 Simbad578 Iskustva na letovanjima za mlade?

Pozdrav svima, drustvo i ja gledamo da se organizujemo za letovanje i jedno od prvih ideja nam je da idemo na letovanje za mlade. (Najpristupacnije nam je, a i zvuci super da idu ljudi nasih godina, zurke, provod...) Neke od agencija koje razmatramo su Balkan fun, Rapsody i Puzzle.
Trenutno nam Krf - Kavos deluje kao najbolja opcija, ali dolazi u obzir i Zakintos
Medjutim, iskustva ljudi su vrlo razlicita (pogotovo za Kavos), na internetu mogu se naci i najbolji i najgori provodi. Ljudi koji su nasih godina koje poznajem su svi bili poprilicno zadovoljni ovakvim putovanjima, ali su oni isli na Zakintos i Kusadasi, pa sam hteo da vidim da li je neko od vas bio ili zna neke price. Ukratko, nas je 10, svi imamo izmedju 20 i 24 godine i otisli bi tamo za zurke i provod i sve sto ide uz to.
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2023.03.26 12:32 pbrt107 Nah why they selling 111 ovr now

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2023.03.26 12:30 FappidyDat [H] TF2 Keys & PayPal [W] Humble Bundle Games (Also Games From Past Bundles)

I pay with the following:
TF2 & PayPal
I BUY HB Games with TF2 with PayPal Currently Active Humble Bundle?
- Ratz Instagib - 0.8 TF2 $1.7 PP -
20XX 0.4 TF2 $0.88 PP -
5D Chess With Multiverse Time Travel 2.5 TF2 $5.14 PP -
60 Parsecs! 0.7 TF2 $1.55 PP -
7 Billion Humans 1.4 TF2 $2.9 PP -
7 Days to Die 1.0 TF2 $2.1 PP -
A Game of Thrones: The Board Game - Digital Edition 1.6 TF2 $3.42 PP -
A Juggler's Tale 0.5 TF2 $1.06 PP -
A Plague Tale: Innocence 1.6 TF2 $3.04 PP -
AMID EVIL 0.6 TF2 $1.17 PP -
AO Tennis 2 0.8 TF2 $1.57 PP -
Absolver 0.8 TF2 $1.71 PP -
Age of Empires Definitive Edition 0.9 TF2 $1.97 PP -
Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition 1.7 TF2 $3.53 PP -
Age of Wonders III Collection 1.0 TF2 $1.84 PP -
Age of Wonders: Planetfall - Deluxe Edition 0.4 TF2 $0.91 PP -
Age of Wonders: Planetfall 0.5 TF2 $1.01 PP -
Airport CEO 1.0 TF2 $2.13 PP -
Alan Wake Collector's Edition 0.8 TF2 $1.65 PP -
Alien: Isolation 1.8 TF2 $3.45 PP -
Aliens: Colonial Marines Collection 1.2 TF2 $2.55 PP -
Among Us 1.5 TF2 $3.02 PP -
Among the Sleep - Enhanced Edition 0.4 TF2 $0.85 PP -
Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey 2.2 TF2 $4.21 PP -
Aragami 0.4 TF2 $0.92 PP -
Arizona Sunshine 2.0 TF2 $4.21 PP -
Arma 3 Apex Edition 1.6 TF2 $3.3 PP -
Arma 3 Contact Edition 2.4 TF2 $4.89 PP -
Arma 3 Jets 0.9 TF2 $1.9 PP -
Arma 3 Marksmen 0.8 TF2 $1.66 PP -
Arma 3 1.7 TF2 $3.6 PP -
Assetto Corsa Competizione 2.6 TF2 $5.36 PP -
Assetto Corsa Ultimate Edition 2.7 TF2 $5.56 PP -
Assetto Corsa 0.9 TF2 $1.8 PP -
Automobilista 2 3.6 TF2 $6.89 PP -
Autonauts 0.4 TF2 $0.83 PP -
BATTLETECH - Mercenary Collection 1.5 TF2 $2.88 PP -
BIGFOOT 3.6 TF2 $7.52 PP -
BIOMUTANT 1.8 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread $3.48 PP Refer To My Other Thread Humble Choice (Mar 2023)
BROFORCE 1.2 TF2 $2.24 PP -
Baba Is You 1.7 TF2 $3.3 PP -
Back 4 Blood 4.5 TF2 $9.34 PP -
Bad North: Jotunn Edition 0.8 TF2 $1.76 PP -
Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition 0.3 TF2 $0.72 PP -
Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition 0.4 TF2 $0.84 PP -
Bang-On Balls: Chronicles 2.9 TF2 $6.12 PP -
Banished 2.1 TF2 $4.4 PP -
Barotrauma 4.9 TF2 $10.15 PP -
Batman - The Telltale Series 0.9 TF2 $1.9 PP -
Batman Arkham Collection 1.2 TF2 $2.44 PP -
Batman: Arkham Knight 0.6 TF2 $1.12 PP -
Batman: The Enemy Within - The Telltale Series 1.0 TF2 $2.0 PP -
Batman™: Arkham Knight Premium Edition 2.0 TF2 $3.74 PP -
Batman™: Arkham Origins 0.6 TF2 $1.35 PP -
Batman™: Arkham VR 0.7 TF2 $1.5 PP -
Battlefleet Gothic: Armada II 1.5 TF2 $3.22 PP -
Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 0.8 TF2 $1.74 PP -
Battlestar Galactica Deadlock 0.5 TF2 $1.01 PP -
Battlezone Gold Edition 2.0 TF2 $4.26 PP -
Besiege 1.5 TF2 $3.23 PP -
Beyond Blue 1.9 TF2 $3.99 PP -
Beyond The Wire 0.4 TF2 $0.8 PP -
Beyond Two Souls 1.7 TF2 $3.58 PP -
BioShock Collection 1.1 TF2 $2.23 PP -
BioShock Infinite 0.9 TF2 $1.79 PP -
Bioshock Infinite: Season Pass 0.7 TF2 $1.52 PP -
Blacksad - Under the Skin 0.5 TF2 $0.95 PP -
Blair Witch 1.1 TF2 $2.26 PP -
Blasphemous 1.0 TF2 $2.0 PP -
Blood Bowl 2 - Legendary Edition 0.8 TF2 $1.61 PP -
Blood Bowl 2 0.4 TF2 $0.84 PP -
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night 1.3 TF2 $2.51 PP -
Boomerang Fu 0.6 TF2 $1.27 PP -
Borderlands 2 VR 5.9 TF2 $12.21 PP -
Borderlands 3 Super Deluxe Edition 2.9 TF2 $6.05 PP -
Borderlands 3 1.4 TF2 $3.01 PP -
Borderlands 3: Director's Cut 1.4 TF2 $2.84 PP -
Borderlands: The Handsome Collection 2.9 TF2 $5.99 PP -
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel 0.6 TF2 $1.16 PP -
Brutal Legend 0.6 TF2 $1.22 PP -
Bully: Scholarship Edition 2.9 TF2 $6.12 PP -
Bus Simulator 18 1.7 TF2 $3.56 PP -
CHUCHEL Cherry Edition 0.5 TF2 $0.97 PP -
Call of Cthulhu 0.7 TF2 $1.56 PP -
Call of Cthulhu 0.7 TF2 $1.56 PP -
Call of Duty: WWII 11.2 TF2 $23.51 PP -
Call of Juarez: Gunslinger 0.5 TF2 $1.04 PP -
Call to Arms - Basic Edition 2.3 TF2 $4.89 PP -
Call to Arms - Gates of Hell: Ostfront 5.4 TF2 $11.21 PP -
Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 0.8 TF2 $1.57 PP -
Carcassonne - Tiles & Tactics 0.6 TF2 $1.21 PP -
Celeste 1.1 TF2 $2.24 PP -
Chess Ultra 0.7 TF2 $1.46 PP -
Children of Morta 0.7 TF2 $1.55 PP -
Chivalry 2 3.3 TF2 $6.88 PP -
Chivalry: Medieval Warfare 0.5 TF2 $1.05 PP -
Chronicon 1.6 TF2 $3.25 PP -
Cities: Skylines Deluxe Edition 1.4 TF2 $2.98 PP -
Clone Drone in the Danger Zone 3.1 TF2 $6.43 PP -
Code Vein 1.6 TF2 $3.28 PP -
Coffee Talk 2.0 TF2 $4.21 PP -
Company of Heroes 2 - Ardennes Assault 2.1 TF2 $4.36 PP -
Company of Heroes 2 - The Western Front Armies 0.9 TF2 $1.7 PP -
Company of Heroes 2 0.5 TF2 $0.99 PP -
Company of Heroes 2: Master Collection 6.0 TF2 $12.54 PP -
Company of Heroes Complete Pack 5.4 TF2 $11.3 PP -
Company of Heroes 1.6 TF2 $3.35 PP -
Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts 0.8 TF2 $1.61 PP -
Conan Exiles 1.6 TF2 $3.27 PP -
Construction Simulator 2015 1.2 TF2 $2.47 PP -
Contagion 0.4 TF2 $0.91 PP -
Control Ultimate Edition 1.4 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread $2.63 PP Refer To My Other Thread Humble Heroines: Warriors, Dreamers, and God Slayers
Crash Bandicoot™ N. Sane Trilogy 7.3 TF2 $15.2 PP -
Creaks 0.4 TF2 $0.74 PP -
Creed: Rise to Glory™ 2.2 TF2 $4.53 PP -
Crusader Kings II: Royal Collection 2.7 TF2 $5.55 PP -
Crusader Kings III 3.9 TF2 $8.1 PP -
Crysis® 2 Maximum Edition 0.8 TF2 $1.76 PP -
Cultist Simulator Anthology Edition 2.3 TF2 $4.89 PP -
Cultist Simulator 0.7 TF2 $1.41 PP -
DEATHLOOP 1.9 TF2 $3.88 PP -
DIRT 5 3.9 TF2 $8.06 PP -
DMC - Devil May Cry 0.6 TF2 $1.16 PP -
DRAGON BALL FIGHTERZ - Ultimate Edition 3.7 TF2 $7.76 PP -
DRAGONBALL XENOVERSE Bundle Edition 1.1 TF2 $2.32 PP -
DRIFT21 0.5 TF2 $1.03 PP -
Dark Deity 0.4 TF2 $0.91 PP -
Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin 8.2 TF2 $17.12 PP -
Dark Souls III 11.3 TF2 $23.63 PP -
Darkest Dungeon 0.7 TF2 $1.3 PP -
Darksiders Genesis 0.8 TF2 $1.77 PP -
Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition 0.5 TF2 $1.01 PP -
Darksiders III 0.8 TF2 $1.76 PP -
Day of the Tentacle Remastered 0.4 TF2 $0.92 PP -
DayZ 6.0 TF2 $12.41 PP -
Dead Estate 1.7 TF2 $3.23 PP -
Dead Island - Definitive Edition 0.9 TF2 $1.78 PP -
Dead Island Definitive Collection 1.6 TF2 $3.27 PP -
Dead Island Riptide - Definitive Edition 0.8 TF2 $1.55 PP -
Dead Rising 2: Off the Record 1.0 TF2 $2.16 PP -
Dead Rising 3 Apocalypse Edition 2.2 TF2 $4.09 PP -
Dead Rising 4 0.8 TF2 $1.71 PP -
Dead Rising 1.0 TF2 $2.0 PP -
Dead Rising® 2 1.0 TF2 $2.1 PP -
Death Road to Canada 0.6 TF2 $1.21 PP -
Death's Gambit 0.7 TF2 $1.44 PP -
Deep Rock Galactic 3.9 TF2 $8.02 PP -
Descenders 0.4 TF2 $0.9 PP -
Desperados III 1.1 TF2 $2.24 PP -
Destroy All Humans 0.7 TF2 $1.41 PP -
Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut 0.6 TF2 $1.25 PP -
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided 1.1 TF2 $2.23 PP -
Devil May Cry HD Collection 1.4 TF2 $2.9 PP -
Devil May Cry® 4 Special Edition 1.5 TF2 $2.91 PP -
Dinosaur Fossil Hunter 0.4 TF2 $0.92 PP -
Distance 0.7 TF2 $1.53 PP -
Distant Worlds: Universe 0.6 TF2 $1.3 PP -
Doom Eternal 2.0 TF2 $4.19 PP -
Door Kickers 1.1 TF2 $2.2 PP -
Dorfromantik 1.9 TF2 $4.04 PP -
Dragons Dogma - Dark Arisen 0.9 TF2 $1.67 PP -
Drake Hollow 0.4 TF2 $0.91 PP -
Drone Swarm 0.5 TF2 $0.98 PP -
Duck Game 2.2 TF2 $4.7 PP -
Dungeon Defenders: Awakened 3.4 TF2 $7.08 PP -
Dungreed 0.9 TF2 $1.83 PP -
Duskers 0.5 TF2 $0.99 PP -
EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1 The Shadow of New Despair 2.4 TF2 $4.63 PP -
ELEX 0.7 TF2 $1.5 PP -
EVERSPACE™ 0.8 TF2 $1.6 PP -
Elite: Dangerous 1.1 TF2 $2.25 PP -
Endzone - A World Apart 0.6 TF2 $1.34 PP -
Europa Universalis IV 1.1 TF2 $2.22 PP -
Exanima 2.3 TF2 $4.82 PP -
FTL: Faster Than Light 1.2 TF2 $2.51 PP -
Fable Anniversary 2.9 TF2 $5.56 PP -
Fallout 76 1.6 TF2 $3.36 PP -
Fantasy General II 0.5 TF2 $0.97 PP -
Farming Simulator 17 0.5 TF2 $1.11 PP -
Firefighting Simulator - The Squad 4.0 TF2 $8.26 PP -
First Class Trouble 0.4 TF2 $0.85 PP -
For The King 0.9 TF2 $1.81 PP -
Forager 1.4 TF2 $2.84 PP -
Forts 2.7 TF2 $5.54 PP -
Friday the 13th: The Game 2.4 TF2 $4.89 PP -
Frostpunk 1.3 TF2 $2.48 PP -
Full Metal Furies 0.6 TF2 $1.15 PP -
Furi 0.7 TF2 $1.5 PP -
GOD EATER 2 Rage Burst 1.1 TF2 $2.24 PP -
GRID - Ultimate 1.0 TF2 $2.04 PP -
GRIS 0.4 TF2 $0.85 PP -
Gamedec 0.4 TF2 $0.77 PP -
Gang Beasts 3.0 TF2 $6.15 PP -
Garden Paws 0.9 TF2 $1.77 PP -
Gas Station Simulator 1.5 TF2 $3.05 PP -
Gears 5 4.6 TF2 $9.54 PP -
Gears Tactics 4.3 TF2 $8.86 PP -
Generation Zero® 1.1 TF2 $2.37 PP -
Genital Jousting 0.5 TF2 $1.09 PP -
Goat Simulator 0.4 TF2 $0.92 PP -
Godlike Burger 1.4 TF2 $2.89 PP -
Golf With Your Friends 1.1 TF2 $2.38 PP -
Gordian Quest 1.7 TF2 $3.51 PP -
Gotham Knights 5.1 TF2 $10.54 PP -
GreedFall 0.7 TF2 $1.34 PP -
Grim Dawn 2.2 TF2 $4.61 PP -
Guacamelee! 2 0.6 TF2 $1.27 PP -
HITMAN™2 Gold Edition 2.8 TF2 $5.83 PP -
HIVESWAP: Act 2 2.0 TF2 $4.16 PP -
Hacknet 0.4 TF2 $0.91 PP -
Haiku, the Robot 1.5 TF2 $3.14 PP -
Hard Bullet 0.9 TF2 $1.97 PP -
Hearts of Iron III Collection 0.5 TF2 $1.04 PP -
Hearts of Iron IV: Battle for the Bosporus 1.5 TF2 $3.08 PP -
Hearts of Iron IV: Cadet Edition 1.6 TF2 $3.36 PP -
Hearts of Iron IV: Death or Dishonor 0.8 TF2 $1.72 PP -
Hearts of Iron IV: Waking the Tiger 1.4 TF2 $2.99 PP -
Heave Ho 0.6 TF2 $1.15 PP -
Heavy Rain 1.7 TF2 $3.62 PP -
Hell Let Loose 7.8 TF2 $16.18 PP -
Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice 0.9 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread $1.72 PP Refer To My Other Thread Humble Heroines: Warriors, Dreamers, and God Slayers
Hello, Neighbor! 0.4 TF2 $0.91 PP -
Hero's Hour 1.1 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread $2.19 PP Refer To My Other Thread Humble Choice (Mar 2023)
Heroes of Hammerwatch 0.6 TF2 $1.13 PP -
Hitman Absolution 0.8 TF2 $1.6 PP -
Hitman Blood Money 0.6 TF2 $1.35 PP -
Hitman Game of the Year Edition 1.3 TF2 $2.53 PP -
Hollow Knight 2.6 TF2 $4.89 PP -
Homefront 0.5 TF2 $0.98 PP -
Homefront: The Revolution 0.9 TF2 $1.78 PP -
Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak 0.4 TF2 $0.78 PP -
Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number Digital Special Edition 0.5 TF2 $1.09 PP -
Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number 0.5 TF2 $1.0 PP -
Hotline Miami 0.8 TF2 $1.57 PP -
House Flipper VR 0.8 TF2 $1.76 PP -
House Flipper 2.8 TF2 $5.23 PP -
Human: Fall Flat 0.7 TF2 $1.51 PP -
HuniePop 0.4 TF2 $0.9 PP -
Huntdown 1.2 TF2 $2.55 PP -
Hurtworld 2.0 TF2 $4.09 PP -
Hyper Light Drifter 0.9 TF2 $1.84 PP -
Hypnospace Outlaw 0.8 TF2 $1.58 PP -
I Am Fish 0.4 TF2 $0.83 PP -
I Expect You To Die 1.3 TF2 $2.7 PP -
I-NFECTED 6.0 TF2 $12.38 PP -
IL-2 Sturmovik™: 1946 0.8 TF2 $1.77 PP -
INSURGENCY 1.6 TF2 $3.26 PP -
Imperator: Rome Deluxe Edition 0.8 TF2 $1.58 PP -
Imperator: Rome 0.5 TF2 $1.01 PP -
Injustice 2 Legendary Edition 1.2 TF2 $2.44 PP -
Injustice 2 0.7 TF2 $1.51 PP -
Injustice: Gods Among Us - Ultimate Edition 0.6 TF2 $1.24 PP -
Into the Radius VR 5.1 TF2 $10.76 PP -
Ion Fury 1.5 TF2 $3.09 PP -
Iron Harvest 1.0 TF2 $1.83 PP -
Jalopy 0.5 TF2 $1.06 PP -
Job Simulator 8.7 TF2 $18.19 PP -
Jurassic World Evolution 2 2.0 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread $3.87 PP Refer To My Other Thread Humble Choice (Mar 2023)
Jurassic World Evolution 0.4 TF2 $0.93 PP -
Just Cause 2 0.5 TF2 $1.04 PP -
Just Cause 3 XXL Edition 1.1 TF2 $2.13 PP -
Just Cause 4: Complete Edition 1.1 TF2 $2.09 PP -
KartKraft 3.0 TF2 $6.22 PP -
Katamari Damacy REROLL 1.1 TF2 $2.23 PP -
Katana ZERO 1.1 TF2 $2.11 PP -
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes 2.8 TF2 $5.29 PP -
Kerbal Space Program 0.9 TF2 $1.88 PP -
Killer Instinct 5.9 TF2 $12.21 PP -
Killing Floor 2 Digital Deluxe Edition 1.0 TF2 $1.87 PP -
Killing Floor 2 0.6 TF2 $1.2 PP -
Killing Floor 0.6 TF2 $1.17 PP -
Kingdom Come: Deliverance 1.6 TF2 $3.0 PP -
Kingdom: Two Crowns 0.8 TF2 $1.58 PP -
Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning 0.9 TF2 $1.88 PP -
King’s Bounty : Ultimate Edition 0.8 TF2 $1.73 PP -
LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Premium Edition 0.5 TF2 $1.07 PP -
LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham 0.4 TF2 $0.82 PP -
LEGO Batman Trilogy 1.4 TF2 $2.93 PP -
LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 0.5 TF2 $1.03 PP -
LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 0.7 TF2 $1.48 PP -
LEGO Lord of the Rings 0.5 TF2 $0.95 PP -
LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars 0.5 TF2 $1.01 PP -
LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga 0.5 TF2 $1.04 PP -
LEGO® City Undercover 0.7 TF2 $1.53 PP -
LEGO® DC Super-Villains Deluxe Edition 1.9 TF2 $3.9 PP -
LEGO® DC Super-Villains 0.4 TF2 $0.83 PP -
LEGO® Jurassic World™ 0.4 TF2 $0.82 PP -
LEGO® MARVEL's Avengers 0.4 TF2 $0.76 PP -
LEGO® Marvel Super Heroes 2 Deluxe Edition 1.2 TF2 $2.34 PP -
LEGO® Marvel Super Heroes 2 0.4 TF2 $0.9 PP -
LEGO® Ninjago® Movie Video Game 0.3 TF2 $0.71 PP -
LEGO® Star Wars™: The Force Awakens 0.6 TF2 $1.18 PP -
LEGO® Worlds 1.7 TF2 $3.6 PP -
Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective 0.7 TF2 $1.46 PP -
Last Oasis 0.5 TF2 $1.12 PP -
Late Shift 0.5 TF2 $0.97 PP -
Layers of Fear 2 3.4 TF2 $7.1 PP -
Layers of Fear 0.5 TF2 $1.11 PP -
Legion TD 2 0.9 TF2 $1.97 PP -
Len's Island 3.0 TF2 $6.23 PP -
Lethal League Blaze 0.9 TF2 $1.91 PP -
Lethal League 0.7 TF2 $1.54 PP -
Library Of Ruina 3.1 TF2 $6.36 PP -
Life is Feudal: Your Own 0.4 TF2 $0.83 PP -
Little Misfortune 3.3 TF2 $6.89 PP -
Little Nightmares Complete Edition 1.6 TF2 $3.26 PP -
Little Nightmares 0.8 TF2 $1.64 PP -
Lobotomy Corporation Monster Management Simulation 4.9 TF2 $10.21 PP -
Lords of the Fallen Game of the Year Edition 0.8 TF2 $1.7 PP -
Lost Ember 1.3 TF2 $2.73 PP -
Lost Planet™: Extreme Condition 0.9 TF2 $1.81 PP -
Luck be a Landlord 2.6 TF2 $5.45 PP -
METAL GEAR SOLID V: The Definitive Experience 1.2 TF2 $2.55 PP -
MORTAL KOMBAT 11 1.6 TF2 $3.44 PP -
MX vs ATV Reflex 0.4 TF2 $0.8 PP -
MX vs. ATV Unleashed 0.3 TF2 $0.73 PP -
Mad Max 1.4 TF2 $2.58 PP -
Mafia II: Definitive Edition 1.3 TF2 $2.62 PP -
Mafia III: Definitive Edition 2.2 TF2 $4.09 PP -
Mafia: Definitive Edition 2.2 TF2 $4.54 PP -
Maneater 0.6 TF2 $1.08 PP -
Manhunt 1.2 TF2 $2.52 PP -
Mars Horizon 1.0 TF2 $2.04 PP -
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite - Deluxe Edition 2.8 TF2 $5.79 PP -
Mass Effect™ Legendary Edition 6.5 TF2 $13.54 PP -
Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne 0.6 TF2 $1.2 PP -
Max Payne 0.9 TF2 $1.85 PP -
MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries 2.3 TF2 $4.84 PP -
Medal of Honor 2.0 TF2 $4.14 PP -
Mega Man Legacy Collection 0.6 TF2 $1.25 PP -
Men of War: Assault Squad 2 - Deluxe Edition 1.2 TF2 $2.21 PP -
Men of War: Assault Squad 2 War Chest Edition 1.1 TF2 $2.24 PP -
Men of War: Assault Squad 2 1.1 TF2 $2.24 PP -
Messenger 0.5 TF2 $0.9 PP -
Metro 2033 Redux 0.6 TF2 $1.31 PP -
Metro Exodus 1.5 TF2 $3.04 PP -
Metro Redux Bundle 1.1 TF2 $2.3 PP -
Metro: Last Light Redux 1.1 TF2 $2.23 PP -
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Game of the Year Edition 0.8 TF2 $1.65 PP -
Middle-earth™: Shadow of War™ 0.7 TF2 $1.44 PP -
Middleearth Shadow of War Definitive Edition 1.2 TF2 $2.48 PP -
Mini Ninjas 0.4 TF2 $0.94 PP -
Mirror's Edge 2.3 TF2 $4.85 PP -
Miscreated 1.4 TF2 $2.88 PP -
Monster Hunter: World 3.3 TF2 $6.96 PP -
Monster Sanctuary 0.5 TF2 $0.96 PP -
Monster Train 0.4 TF2 $0.77 PP -
Moonlighter 0.4 TF2 $0.93 PP -
Moons of Madness 1.8 TF2 $3.74 PP -
Mordhau 1.6 TF2 $3.41 PP -
Mortal Kombat X 0.7 TF2 $1.55 PP -
Mortal Kombat XL 0.9 TF2 $1.88 PP -
Mortal Shell 1.5 TF2 $3.18 PP -
Motorcycle Mechanic Simulator 2021 0.8 TF2 $1.76 PP -
Motorsport Manager 1.1 TF2 $2.24 PP -
Move or Die 1.0 TF2 $2.0 PP -
Moving Out 0.7 TF2 $1.49 PP -
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden - Deluxe Edition 1.5 TF2 $3.04 PP -
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden 0.9 TF2 $1.93 PP -
My Friend Pedro 0.6 TF2 $1.27 PP -
My Time At Portia 0.5 TF2 $0.96 PP -
NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 4 Road to Boruto 2.5 TF2 $4.72 PP -
NASCAR Heat 5 - Ultimate Edition 0.4 TF2 $0.92 PP -
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 1.9 TF2 $3.59 PP -
Naruto to Boruto Shinobi Striker - Deluxe Edition 1.4 TF2 $2.63 PP -
Naruto to Boruto Shinobi Striker 0.4 TF2 $0.82 PP -
Necromunda: Hired Gun 0.7 TF2 $1.56 PP -
Neon Abyss 0.5 TF2 $0.97 PP -
Ni no Kuni™ II: Revenant Kingdom - The Prince's Edition 2.6 TF2 $5.33 PP -
Nine Parchments 1.4 TF2 $3.0 PP -
No Time to Relax 1.7 TF2 $3.57 PP -
Northgard 4.5 TF2 $8.55 PP -
Not For Broadcast 0.5 TF2 $1.01 PP -
ONE PIECE PIRATE WARRIORS 3 Gold Edition 1.0 TF2 $2.13 PP -
Offworld Trading Company™ 0.7 TF2 $1.44 PP -
One Step From Eden 0.5 TF2 $0.97 PP -
Opus Magnum 1.2 TF2 $2.56 PP -
Orcs Must Die! 3 1.8 TF2 $3.42 PP -
Outlast 2 0.4 TF2 $0.91 PP -
Outlast 0.5 TF2 $0.95 PP -
Outward 1.4 TF2 $2.91 PP -
Overcooked 0.8 TF2 $1.49 PP -
Overcooked! 2 1.5 TF2 $3.1 PP -
Overgrowth 0.5 TF2 $1.08 PP -
Overlord II 0.4 TF2 $0.84 PP -
PC Building Simulator 0.8 TF2 $1.74 PP -
Paint the Town Red 2.0 TF2 $4.23 PP -
Parkitect 4.6 TF2 $9.55 PP -
Pathfinder: Kingmaker - Enhanced Plus Edition 1.0 TF2 $2.11 PP -
Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous 0.9 TF2 $1.89 PP -
Pathologic 2 0.8 TF2 $1.46 PP -
Per Aspera 0.7 TF2 $1.52 PP -
Phantom Doctrine 0.3 TF2 $0.73 PP -
Pillars of Eternity Definitive Edition 0.8 TF2 $1.55 PP -
Pistol Whip 5.9 TF2 $12.21 PP -
Plague Inc: Evolved 1.7 TF2 $3.27 PP -
Planescape: Torment: Enhanced Edition 0.4 TF2 $0.79 PP -
Planet Coaster 1.7 TF2 $3.48 PP -
Planetary Annihilation: TITANS 4.6 TF2 $9.55 PP -
Portal Knights 0.8 TF2 $1.76 PP -
Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid 3.4 TF2 $7.15 PP -
PowerBeatsVR 0.9 TF2 $1.97 PP -
PowerSlave Exhumed 1.7 TF2 $3.51 PP -
Praey for the Gods 0.6 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread $1.32 PP Refer To My Other Thread Humble Heroines: Warriors, Dreamers, and God Slayers
Prehistoric Kingdom 1.5 TF2 $2.9 PP -
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Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 1.8 TF2 $3.37 PP -
Ultra Street Fighter IV 0.5 TF2 $0.98 PP -
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Universe Sandbox 3.4 TF2 $7.15 PP -
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Until You Fall 0.7 TF2 $1.39 PP -
VTOL VR 5.3 TF2 $10.16 PP -
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Valkyria Chronicles 4 Complete Edition 1.1 TF2 $2.37 PP -
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WRC 8 FIA World Rally Championship 1.1 TF2 $2.23 PP -
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Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War - Master Collection 1.3 TF2 $2.77 PP -
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II - Grand Master Collection 1.9 TF2 $3.62 PP -
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II: Retribution 0.6 TF2 $1.18 PP -
Warhammer 40,000: Gladius - Relics of War 0.6 TF2 $1.23 PP -
Warhammer 40,000: Gladius - Tyranids 2.8 TF2 $5.78 PP -
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Warhammer: Chaosbane - Slayer Edition 1.0 TF2 $2.11 PP -
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2023.03.26 12:29 SoberRaven New PC for gaming and video/3D work

What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.
I need this build for Blender, 4k video editing with Premiere, After Effects, Substance3D suite and other Adobe programs. In addition I will be playing games such as Hogwarts Legacy, Overwatch 2, Minecraft and ARK.
What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?
Around a thousand euros (1070 US$), I don't mind if I need to spend 200 or 300 euros more though (current total of my pcpartpicker list is 1300€).
When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.
Basically ASAP, there is no pressure though. I am planning to buy the DDR5 ram today, as there is a nice offer going on on alternate.
What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc)
No GPU, I need a CPU, CPU cooler, Motherboard, Memory, Storage, Case, Power Supply.
Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?
If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.
I am using my two 2k monitors and my RTX 3070 from Aorus.
Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?
I have no experience with overclocking and wouldn't plan on doing so.
Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)
Not really, please have a look at my pcpartpicker link at the end of this post. I'm not quite sure if my current AIO (240mm elite capellix) can keep the i7 cool, what do you think? Should I get a bigger AIO or even a huge air cooler? Additionally, what do you think about my chosen motherboard?
What type of network connectivity do you need? (Wired and/or WiFi) If WiFi is needed and you would like to find the fastest match for your wireless router, please list any specifics.
Wired, wifi is a plus.
Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?
Set on the 4000d for airflow and aesthetics.
Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?
I need a copy of windows 10 or 11, will probably get a key from Amazon.
Extra info or particulars:
My currently planned build on pcpartpicker: https://de.pcpartpicker.com/list/wFjXDq
**CPU** [Intel Core i7-13700 2.1 GHz 16-Core Processor](https://de.pcpartpicker.com/product/8VqPxintel-core-i7-13700-21-ghz-16-core-processor-bx8071513700) €416.90 @ Alza
**CPU Cooler** [Corsair iCUE H100i ELITE CAPELLIX 75 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler](https://de.pcpartpicker.com/product/VDWBD3/corsair-icue-h100i-elite-capellix-75-cfm-liquid-cpu-cooler-cw-9060046-ww) €168.90 @ Amazon Deutschland
**Motherboard** [ASRock B760M Steel Legend WiFi Micro ATX LGA1700 Motherboard](https://de.pcpartpicker.com/product/QJC48d/asrock-b760m-steel-legend-wifi-micro-atx-lga1700-motherboard-b760m-steel-legend-wifi) €173.89 @ Galaxus
**Memory** [Corsair Vengeance 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR5-6000 CL36 Memory](https://de.pcpartpicker.com/product/JB3gXL/corsair-vengeance-32-gb-2-x-16-gb-ddr5-6000-cl36-memory-cmk32gx5m2b6000c36) €116.89 @ Alternate
**Storage** [Kingston KC3000 2.048 TB M.2-2280 PCIe 4.0 X4 NVME Solid State Drive](https://de.pcpartpicker.com/product/sJPQzy/kingston-kc3000-2048-tb-m2-2280-nvme-solid-state-drive-skc3000d2048g) €152.99 @ Galaxus
**Case** [Corsair 4000D Airflow ATX Mid Tower Case](https://de.pcpartpicker.com/product/bCYQzy/corsair-4000d-airflow-atx-mid-tower-case-cc-9011200-ww) €116.49 @ Amazon Deutschland
**Power Supply** [NZXT C850 (2022) 850 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply](https://de.pcpartpicker.com/product/YYZ9TW/nzxt-c850-2022-850-w-80-gold-certified-fully-modular-atx-power-supply-pa-8g1bb-us) €135.52 @ Amazon Deutschland
**Case Fan** [Corsair iCUE SP120 RGB ELITE 47.7 CFM 120 mm Fans 3-Pack](https://de.pcpartpicker.com/product/wdmmP6/corsair-icue-sp120-rgb-elite-477-cfm-120-mm-fans-3-pack-co-9050109-ww) €70.90 @ Alza
*Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts*
**Total** **€1352.48**

thank you for your time! :)
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2023.03.26 12:23 Slabbi Offer solar panels Flanders

Offer solar panels Flanders
SO and I recently bought a house without solar panels. +- 4,000kWH annual energy consumption, 3/4 days working from home both, no EV, monofase, 'daktegels'. Gas heating.
We are interested in installing solar panels so over the past 2 weeks a few electricians have visited us with the following offers:

What would be the 'best' investments? Based on price/wP, quote 1 would be the most cost-effective but includes a non-hybrid inverter. Quote 8 is the most expensive but contains a hybrid inverter + 7kwh battery.
Electricians mentions a few contradictions. Solar panels in the south. Solar panels south + east. Solar panels south + west. Non-hybrid inverter or hybrid inverter. Home battery or no battery.
ps1. Baltisolar has won the 'Groepsaankoop Vlaanderen'.
ps2. Anyone have experience with Helio+, G&D Energy, MR Solar, Baltisolar?
What are your opinions?
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2023.03.26 12:15 Grocery-Super DC Motor Speed Control Potentiometer

DC Motor Speed Control Potentiometer

Overview of potentiometer and speed of DC motor

DC (direct current) motors are essential components in many industries and applications, ranging from small household appliances to large industrial machinery. In most cases, it is crucial to control the speed of the motor according to the requirements of the task. This is where the DC motor speed control potentiometer comes into play. A potentiometer is an electrical component that can be used to vary the voltage applied to the motor, thereby controlling its speed.
Install a potentiometer to change the speed of the DC motor
🔺 The speed of a DC motor can be determined by the following equation:
N = K(V – IaRa)/ø
Where N is the speed of the motor, K is a constant, V is the voltage applied to the motor, Ia is the current flowing through the armature, Ra is the resistance of the armature, and ø is the flux of the motor. As per this equation, there are three ways to control the speed of a DC motor: by varying the magnetic flux and current through the field coil, by varying the armature voltage and armature resistance, and by varying the supply voltage.
🔺 When it comes to method 2 and 3, a potentiometer can be used to control the armature voltage and supply voltage, respectively.
  • In method 2, the potentiometer is connected in series with the armature circuit, and by varying the position of the potentiometer wiper, the voltage applied to the armature can be varied. This, in turn, varies the speed of the motor. The potentiometer acts as a variable resistor, and its resistance can be varied by changing the position of the wiper. This changes the voltage drop across the armature and, therefore, the motor speed.
  • In method 3, the potentiometer is connected in series with the supply voltage. By varying the position of the wiper, the voltage applied to the motor can be varied, which changes the motor speed. In this case, the potentiometer acts as a voltage divider, and its position determines the voltage that reaches the motor.
The DC motor speed control potentiometer is a simple and effective way to control the speed of a motor. It is easy to install and use, and it allows for precise control over the motor's speed. However, it is essential to use the right type of potentiometer for the application. The potentiometer's power rating should be high enough to handle the current flowing through the circuit, and it should be designed for use with DC circuits.
The DC motor speed control potentiometer is an essential component in many applications where precise motor speed control is required. It offers a simple and effective way to vary the voltage applied to the motor, which, in turn, changes its speed. Whether used in method 2 or method 3, the potentiometer is a versatile device that can help optimize the performance of DC motors.
Learn more: Variable Speeds For DC Motors

Example: How to change speed of dc motor using potentiometer?

🔺Problem: I want to change the speed of a DC motor(12V,2000RPM) using a pot and operate a table fan(where I've replaced its AC motor with DC).Now the problem is I get a regulated output at o/p of 7812 but not after connecting the pot(10k)! Need ua help guys! Thanks!
🔺The answer:To use your 10K pot you can use it for R2 and change R1 to 1.2K ohms. It will not work correctly without the fan connected because the load current will be too low for the LM317 to regulate.
DC Motor Speed Control Potentiometer
Adjustment range (with fan connected) should be 1.25 to around 12V, assuming at least 14V in. Check it doesn't get too hot- you might have to add a heatsink or bolt it to something- at least you have a fan to cool it.

DC Motor Speed Control Potentiometer for sale

If you are looking to buy a DC motor speed control potentiometer, there are several options available on e-commerce markets. These potentiometers come in various shapes, sizes, and power ratings, and choosing the right one for your application is essential. It is recommended to consider the specifications of the potentiometer carefully before making a purchase, such as its power rating, resistance range, and type of construction. You should also ensure that the potentiometer is designed for use with DC circuits, as using an AC potentiometer with a DC motor can result in damage to the motor or the potentiometer itself.
It is also important to buy a potentiometer from a reputable seller, who can provide you with accurate product information and after-sale support if needed. Before making a purchase, you can read reviews from other customers who have used the product, and check the seller's rating and feedback to ensure a smooth and reliable buying experience. By choosing the right potentiometer and seller, you can ensure that your DC motor runs smoothly and efficiently, with precise control over its speed.
🔺List of DC Motor Speed Control Potentiometer for sale:
1/ 10A 5V-16-12V DC Motor Speed Control Potentiometer Governor PWM Switch Module ($3.18)
2/ DC 6 to 12 V 24 V 28VDC 3A 80 W PWM motor speed control Lehr regulator Adjustable Variable speed control potentiometer ON / OFF
3/ diymore DC Motor Speed Controller DC 6/12/24/28V 3A PWM DC Motor Speed Governor Adjustable Potentiometer with Flat Cable ($1.13)
4/ DC Motor Speed Control Potentiometer Governor PWM Speed Regulation Board LED Dimming 10A 5V High Linearity Band Switch Module ($0.89)
5/ L0371 DC 6V-30V 80W 10A DC Motor Speed Controller Adjustable PWM Speed Regulator with Control Switch Potentiometer Reversible ($1.38)
6/ Adjustable DC Motor Speed Controller DC 12V-40V 400W 10A Potentiometer PWM Motor Controller Module 13kHz 24V 36V CCMHC CCMHCW ($1.55)
7/ PWM DC Motor Speed Controller, 12V/24V/36V Regulator Potentiometer Overload Protector Motor Speed Control Board 15A ($11.06)
8/ PWM DC Motor Speed Controller, DC 10-55V/60A, LED Display Stepless DC Motor Speed Controller with Adjustable Potentiometer and Forward-Brake-Reverse Switch ($20)
9/ DC Motor Speed Controller, 6-60V 12V 24V 36V 48V 30A PWM DC Digital Display PWM Motor Speed Controller Start Stop Switch with Speed Control Potentiometer ($13)
10/ DC Motor Speed Control Switch, High Power Replaceable Digital Display DC Motor Speed Controller 15KHZ Adaptable 60A with Potentiometer for Power Supply ($14)
11/ DC Motor Speed Controller 30A Stepless Ajustable Potentiometer Motor Speed Control Switch Aluminum Alloy Safe Material ($15)
12/ DC Motor Speed Control Potentiometer from dealers and production facilities ($0.45 to Max).
🔺Good books on DC induction motors and generators:
🌀 Classical Electronics: 👉 Application of Back EMF conversion in DC motors and AC generators to generate generators (create a self-powered, free-energy generator)
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2023.03.26 12:09 Proud_Charity How am I supposed to do this extremely difficult mission. How am I supposed to get a lv 40 rare hybrid with a creature that isn't even available unless there is an event?!?!

How am I supposed to do this extremely difficult mission. How am I supposed to get a lv 40 rare hybrid with a creature that isn't even available unless there is an event?!?! submitted by Proud_Charity to JurassicWorldApp [link] [comments]

2023.03.26 12:07 tquinnelly [USA-OK] [H] UniFi and Moar For Sale [W] Paypal

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2023.03.26 12:05 DontLookNow__ How can I make clickable areas on an image properly?

I'm trying to make those 24 areas in my image in this two circles clickable properly in my script. I want each area to open a specific folder of mine, but i don't know how I can exactly mark each area to be clickable.
The image: https://i.imgur.com/wTvUssm.png
My Script:
import tkinter as tk import os # Define a function for each clickable area def open_folder1(): os.startfile(r"C:/Users/Desktop/1A") def open_folder2(): os.startfile(r"C:/Users/Desktop/2A") def open_folder3(): os.startfile(r"C:/Users/Desktop/3A") # and so on... # Create a window and a canvas to display the image root = tk.Tk() canvas = tk.Canvas(root, width=568, height=568,) canvas.pack() # Load the image and display it on the canvas img = tk.PhotoImage(file=r"C:\Users\User\Desktop\wheel.png") canvas.create_image(0, 0, anchor=tk.NW, image=img) canvas.create_arc(564, 61, 386, 241, start=285, extent=30, fill="", outline="", tags="1") canvas.create_arc(632, 113, 318, 289, start=255, extent=30, fill="", outline="", tags="2") # Bind each clickable area to its corresponding function canvas.tag_bind("1", "", lambda event: open_folder1()) canvas.tag_bind("2", "", lambda event: open_folder2()) # ... and so on, for all 24 areas root.mainloop() 
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