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Darryl R

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  1. View Classified HOLST: THE PLANETS MEHTA DSD11.2MHz (DSD256) - Like New! HOLST: THE PLANETS MEHTA DSD11.2MHz (DSD256) - Like New! Shipped with USPS First Class (3 to 5 business days). https://www.stereosound-intlstore.jp/product/45 *** This is a blu-ray BDROM disc which contains quad DSD files. Your player must be capable of playing DSD files *** Please PM for questions. Thank you. Seller Darryl R Date 09/21/20
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    HOLST: THE PLANETS MEHTA DSD11.2MHz (DSD256) - Like New! Shipped with USPS First Class (3 to 5 business days). https://www.stereosound-intlstore.jp/product/45 *** This is a blu-ray BDROM disc which contains quad DSD files. Your player must be capable of playing DSD files *** Please PM for questions. Thank you.

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  3. Very ambitious! Please keep us posted. PS - yes, I noted the HDPlex bottom plate doesn't have a flush surface for adherence - lots of fun when the CPU mount pushes off the bottom plate after everything else is in :(
  4. Yes, particularly with the new mobos. I've only built with the T-suffixed, 35W Core processors before, and thermals weren't a problem, even when substituting graphite pads for thermal paste. This is going to be a bit of an experiment this time, but the cases have adequate ratings.
  5. Looks like you went all out. I wanted to keep mine at the mATX and 65W level for the fanless Streacom FC9 case, which I much prefer over the HDPlex (the one exception being the solid copper heatsink riser in the HDPlex kit).
  6. Has anyone built with a new Z490 mobo and 10th gen Intel Core?
  7. There is of course the hotter running X570 chipset, and though the Crosshair Hero is a gaming favorite, I missed the integrated graphics outputs, since I don't keep a graphics card for audiophile machines.
  8. Nothing wrong with it if you're okay with a $350+ board, just asking for any experiences with the newer chipsets.
  9. Since the mobo Nenon used (post 266, page 11) is nla, which Asus ATX mobo would you guys recommend for use with the Ryzden? I was looking at the B550-F, though several on NewEgg complain of network failures. Thanks.
  10. Does it support single and multimode? How about drivers -- Windows and Linux?
  11. Was anyone interested in trying a fiber optic ethernet card in their build?
  12. This is a great thread. Just thought I'd add, because I didn't see it elsewhere, that Farad will have its SuperATX LPS available in a few months. From Mattijs today: The two new models, the Super10 and SuperATX as we call them now are both running and field testing. Super10 is a 10A, deliverable in 12, 15 or 19V output, like the Super3, but more heavy. Sounds really good. SuperATX is a full linear supercap ATX supply, like 10 Super3’s and one Super10 in one enclosure. It has a 12V/8A output for the processor (100W TDP max), a full 24 pin ATX output, and three independent peripher
  13. Is your point that the OpticalRendu was directly compared with the JCAT USB (now USB Ex), or that the OR costs less than building a server with a JCAT?
  14. Do anyone have the latest RBCD release of Andre Previn's RvW Symphonies? If so, can you please PM me? https://www.amazon.com/André-Previn-conducts-Vaughan-Williams/dp/B019STIIHA/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2Z2V9HFJGEJXF&dchild=1&keywords=previn+vaughan+williams&qid=1589642891&sprefix=previn%2Caps%2C162&sr=8-1#customerReviews
  15. It is a shame. A few of us had been discussing it here:
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