groghunter

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Jul 28, 2015 at 9:08
2 hours

Alienware X-51 small form factor gaming/editing PC

$600 USD
This is an Alienware X-51, which is a smaller form factor gaming PC. Great for putting underneath the TV. Specs are great for gaming or editing, I've played some of the most recent games, like The Witcher 3, with great graphics. I've also done some work in Sony Vegas on it with no problems. i7-3770 (4 cores with hyperthreading, for a total of 8 threads of capability) 16GB of RAM (the extra processing power & RAM is what makes this a good PC for editing.) GTX 660 graphics card 2TB hard drive It can also take upgrades, I had an SSD and a GTX 960 in it with no issues. I can offer the GTX 960 for extra money. I'm also a PC tech, so can install any upgrades you might want before I ship it out.

groghunter mikekazimer's article
Jul 28, 2015 at 7:37
3 hours
First Ride: 2016 RockShox Lyrik
If it had stayed where it made sense, as a way to finally get XC weight weenies to get off of ancient skewer tech, I'd be fine with it.
groghunter mikekazimer's article
Jul 28, 2015 at 7:33
3 hours
First Ride: 2016 RockShox Lyrik
that is an excellent point I had not considered. in fact, this could be using the same lowers as boxxer with a different decal kit, reducing their production costs, so seriously, is segmenting the market(20mm is ONLY for DH wheels) that important to these guys?
groghunter mikekazimer's article
Jul 28, 2015 at 7:32
3 hours
First Ride: 2016 RockShox Lyrik
Hahaha, try looking for a fork for a 24" DJ build, you won't laugh as much. Good thing it still rips with a 26" fork (dropped to 80mm.) Just like 650b forks work great on 26" bikes, but don't tell anybody, they'll lose their justification for their righteous indignation.
groghunter mikelevy's article
Jul 27, 2015 at 19:49
15 hours
Devinci Spartan Carbon XP - Review
well dang... seeing this made me look up Santa Cruz. as of may 1st, they do now as well. Not that I'm very interested in an SC. not been happy with VPP.
groghunter mikelevy's article
Jul 27, 2015 at 14:42
20 hours
Devinci Spartan Carbon XP - Review
& honestly, as much as I like Devinci, carbon frame with lifetime warranty > carbon frame without lifetime warranty. that means only carbon bikes I'm interested in are made by Trek, Specialized & Giant.
groghunter mikelevy's article
Jul 27, 2015 at 14:37
20 hours
Devinci Spartan Carbon XP - Review
test rode an aluminum one, loved it, also felt it climbed great. I described it as "begging you to go faster" the second my feet came off the pedals at the bottom. I've found both the Trek ABP & the other Split Pivot bikes I've ridden beside the Devinci to be absolutely great bikes. The way the rear suspension works for these bikes just feels perfect to me. But the more I look at it, the more I wonder if a Troy isn't a better choice.
groghunter paulaston's article
Jul 27, 2015 at 7:02
1 days
Orbea Rallon 2016: First Look
hahaha @t-turi-mullet Are you new here? You must be new here.
groghunter mikelevy's article
Jul 24, 2015 at 17:13
Jul 24, 2015
What's Next For Marzocchi?
MoCo may not compare with modern suspension, but don't sell it short: it's as good or better than any setup pre-RC2, & after that, only high end stuff would beat it. I'll take Moco over even pre-ctd fox that wouldn't stop diving without excessive air in the spring. Modern high end suspension is great, but even low end modern stuff blows most old forks out of the water, even top of the line stuff.
groghunter mikelevy's article
Jul 24, 2015 at 15:50
Jul 24, 2015
What's Next For Marzocchi?
Sure, lemme just search the couch cushions for about 7 mil or so, be right back.
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