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About XTZ-Mike

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  • Birthday 05/05/1983

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    CPU: i7-6850K @3.6Ghz
    Cooling: Corsair H100i
    Motherboard: ASUS X99-Deluxe
    Memory: Corsair Vengeance LPX 8x4GB 2666Mhz CL15
    SSD1: SAMSUNG 850 PRO 256GB - For OS
    SSD2: SANDISK Extreme Pro 480GB - For Games
    SSD3: Crucial MX100 512GB - For Games
    HDD1: Seagate 1TB 7200RPM - Storage
    HDD2: Samsung 2TB 5400RPM - Storage
    Graphics: EVGA GTX 1070 FTW 8GB
    PSU: Seasonium Platinum 760w SS-760XP2]
    Case: Corsair OBSIDIAN 750D
    OS: Windows 10
    Keyboard: Logitech g710 + Mechanical MX Brown
    Mouse: Logitech g502 Proteus Spectrum

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  1. Is there a case in sizes like the ZBOX or close to it? I have to "carry" the computer with me on a flight with a connection - the advantage of the ZBOX in my eyes is its dimensions ....
  2. Thanks to everyone - I did not limit to mobile in advance - I wrote in the first post that I want to take a computer with me (stationary mini or mobile). Was it directed at me? Because I did not see the possibility of getting good hardware from ZBOX in a case the size of the ZBOX. I will clarify - this computer is supposed to give me performance that is close to the performance of a desktop computer in as small dimensions as possible in favor of mobility. The computer is not designed to move on a daily, weekly or monthly level but if I do have to move it, it will be simpler to do it than a "regular" desktop computer.
  3. Thanks for the response! Specifications you built (including the case) - which is better than the ZBOX MAGNUS ONE? https://www.plonter.co.il/detail.tmpl?sku=ZBOX-ECM73070C-BE-32-1N&lang=heb&cart=1614702453782537238 On the face of it, ZBOX seems to be more "portable" and with no less good performance than your specifications, no?
  4. I would love to receive more suggestions. It does not have to be a laptop - it can also be a mini PC and / or NUC and the like. As I wrote in the first post, there is also room for budget overruns if it is in favor of better value.
  5. Thanks. I would love to have more options. I forgot to mention but the preference is for computers based on Intel platforms and not AMD.
  6. Hello everyone, in the next two months (depending on Ben Gurion Airport) I am about to move on behalf of the workplace to Mauritius. Apart from my laptop (of the workplace) I want to take a computer (stationary mini or mobile) with me for private use - movies, series and "easy" gaming 1440P - Battlefield Dodge Games. The budget is about 10K (NIS) with the option to exceed if the benefit is worth the cost. There is no need for peripherals, no operating system and no office. In terms of components, it is better for the computer to have as few "moving" parts as possible, even though the computer will board the plane with me and have built-in WIFI. It is important to me to have a reliable computer (as much as possible) since exercising warranty will be a bit problematic and buying a tin can in Mauritius
  7. Do you have the option (temporarily) to connect the mouse to the dongle, install it on your computer and then try to connect it again only this time via Bluetooth? This is the last way I try to think you might succeed. I read in some blog or forum that during the initial connection with the dongle there is some process of updating the mouse - maybe it will happen and it will fix it.
  8. Is the mouse detected by other devices? For example if you are trying to connect it to a mobile phone? (I connected it to a Pixel 3 XL). Update if you followed the guide at the following link: https://www.logitech.com/en-us/articles/mx-master-immersion-guide
  9. Did you download Logitech Options? There is an Add Devices option - just follow the instructions to add a device in Bluetooth. In addition you have a device selector button (at the bottom of the mouse, marked 1 to 3) and the mouse should be on a state that is not connected to another computer.
  10. ^^ I think he meant the cage of the 5.25 "drives that are upstairs, not the cage of the drives downstairs. In any case, on the surface according to CORSAIR, a 360MM radiator can be installed on the roof of the case
  11. In the two companies I wrote you have the option that they will buy the product for you and then when you order a product from them they give you a quote that also includes the shipping and expected taxes. If you buy independently and send to the address of the warehouse of each of them, as soon as it reaches them you are asked to upload the purchase invoice and then they send you to pay the expected taxes and shipping. I have not yet reached the point where the amount I paid did not cover costs and on the other hand I also do not know if the amount I paid was more (as Amazon pays a refund for an unpaid tax amount).
  12. You also have Dilts (Dealtas): https://www.dealtas.com/ and also IDGU: https://idgu.co.il/ I tried with the two companies, in both of them I received great service - test each of them and decide which one More suitable for you.
  13. Hi, I'm also considering buying the Pixel 5 - is there a reason you are considering buying it from the UK and not the US? B. https://support.google.com/pixelphone/answer/5?hl=en
  14. According to the leaks currently running on the net, the card that is supposed to come between 3080 and 3090 will probably be 3080S and the difference between it and 3080 is only double the amount of memory (20GB).
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