The E8400 Finally Arrived

My Core™2 Duo Processor E8400 finally arrived from Hong Kong today. It cost me less than $19 altogether. And I already have a board for it – my Asus Maximus Extreme. A board I have never even used. It’s in mint condition. I’m not exactly sure what use I will have for it at the

A peek at my Swiftech Storm

This is my Swiftech Storm water block that Swiftech sent to me in early 2005, if I’m not mistaken. It was a sample. First revision. Today I decided to clean it up, but it hardly needed any cleaning at all. The only thing it could possibly need is polishing, but I have no such items

Cleaning my Cuplex Kryos XT

I decided to tear up my Cuplex Kryos XT and clean it up. What’s in there is not copper oxide, but rather, it’s gunk from my Mayhems Aurora Coolant (“Nebula Blue”). I scrubbed it with a toothbrush and applied whatever chemicals I had available at the time, and the result was a much cleaner base.

Stay away from SSDVPS

Hi all, I just wanted to send out a little “warning” about SSDVPS(dot)com. I have had active services with this company since 2013…however, a few days ago I noticed my services were not responding, so I went to check the issue. It said they had terminated my services due to non-payment: which is of course

How to connect to my self-hosted ‘subrosa-server’

A very simple “video tutorial” on how to connect to my self-hosted ‘subrosa-server’ [1]: I am no longer using Skype and subrosa is a very decent alternative/replacement. I’m sorry about the quality of the video I published and of my terrible English [narration]…lel Network: wss://survivor.k0nsl.org/server/ Client (remote): https://chat.k0nsl.org Client (local): https://github.com/subrosa-io/subrosa-client/ To use the local

I Love Speed.

Well, it’s true friends. I do love speed — particularly the type of speed provided by Atlantic.Net The postal services appear to have handled the package as if it contained a WMD… [divider]About Atlantic.Net[/divider] Atlantic.Net was formed in 1994 and has strategically evolved into a market-leading Cloud Hosting Provider. Atlantic.Net is recognized for providing exceptional

devNET Webmail

I have not been doing much lately so I decided to spice up the webmail used by my clients and myself. The base is Roundecube [1] and the skin was originally by Mr. Dieck but heavily modified by me. This is what it currently looks like: It’s an ongoing project, but I think that it