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  1. Hey how are you doing? 

    1. ThePJzer


      Hey! Been awhile hasn't it. I'm doing fine, how about yourself?

    2. ThePJzer


      Duplicate Post Deleted

    3. Nabull


      I'm good, what have you been up to 

  2. You alive? 

    How's it going 

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    2. Nabull


      It just repeat posted

    3. ThePJzer


      We can defenitley discuss things again, it'll just require patience since it may take me a couple days to respond sometimes.


      Not sure why I double posted the same reply, pretty sure I clicked Clear Editor on my phone, oh well. ¬¬

    4. Nabull


      Expect a PM soon 

      Glad to finally hear from you again, how is everyone at home doing? 

      Buy a PS4 lot of good stuff coming this year 

  3. Check your latest PM. 

  4. I currently have a Dell S2716DG connected to my computer. It's a 2560x1440 27" TN display that's really meant for gaming more than anything. I occasionally watch anime on it, but most of the time my movie/series viewing is done on the Sony 1080p TV in the living room since it has much better color accuracy and image uniformity. I would be less concerned about comments regarding how anime looks on a particular display, and focus on the real world results of response time, color accuracy, backlight bleed/flickering, contrast, ect. A quality display that is decently calibrated is going to provide a nice image regardless of whether the content is an Anime, Cartoon, Video Game, Live Action Movie, or your Desktop Environment. If anyone is aware of any websites that do extensive in-depth testing and reviews of displays that equals/exceeds TFT Central's I'd love to hear about them. As far as I know, no one reviews PC displays as well as they do. http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/ I'm not sure where you stand regarding your knowledge of displays, but if you find yourself not understanding something in a review then you should reference it in their specifications section. http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/specs.htm I've been using this website for years to decide on what panels to purchase for myself and others. You may have already been aware of that site as well, but for those who aren't, there you go.
  5. Hmmm, I dunno, it might fit. Next time I get a chance I'll compare it to some of the paragraphs Catar has for thread titles and see what were looking at.
  6. Don't get me wrong, for the price the Hyper 212 Evo and H100i are really great. However, OP asked for the best coolers that provide the lowest temps, and those are not the best. Both of these beat those recommendations. There's always a chance something new has come out that FrostyTech hasn't reviewed yet that would best these two coolers. AIO Liquid - Cooler Master Nepton 280L Review - http://www.frostytech.com/articleview.cfm?articleID=2752 Temp Chart (Over Ambient) - http://www.frostytech.com/articleview.cfm?articleid=2752&page=5 Air - Spire Thermax Eclipse II Review - http://www.frostytech.com/articleview.cfm?articleID=2521 Temp Chart (Over Ambient) - http://www.frostytech.com/articleview.cfm?articleid=2521&page=5 FrostyTech Testing Methodology - http://www.frostytech.com/testmethod_mk2.cfm
  7. FrostyTech is your friend. http://www.frostytech.com
  8. This is a forum for animation, so no live action content is allowed normally. There's seperate sections for Cartoons and Anime, and Anime has subforums for sub, dub, and dual audio. There is also a seperate Mini Encode section. There's an area for discussions, and a seperate area for content distribution. You posted this topic in the User Index section, which is a place for uploaders to create a "Home Page" essentially with links to their seperate release threads, among other things. This topic probably should have went in the Feedback and Assistance section. Just click on Report for your original post and type in there that it was posted in the wrong section, an Admin will move it when they get a chance. No biggie. Welcome to Kametsu friend.
  9. I'm honestly not sure, I did a decent amount of searching and couldn't find any solid info on it for you. From what I read the first 4 seasons were 1.33:1 (4:3) but apparently had many moments in several episodes that were 1.78:1 (16:9) to emphasize particular scenes. So cropping all of S1-S4 to 1.78:1 would be awkward to say the least, because it would bounce around between cropped and uncropped scenes, not to mention de-emphasizing the 1.78:1 scenes. I saw one comment mentioning that Warner doesn't upscale SD content for HD releases, so according to them this is indeed a true remastering of the first 4 seasons. If that statement is correct, I don't see why they would go through all that trouble just to crop the image in the end. Better yet, they may expand the image to 1.78:1 with no cropping, and the scenes that were previously 1.78:1 could be expanded to 2.40:1 to maintain the emphasis they intended to imply for those scenes. (This would be awesome for long time Samurai Jack fans and newcomers like myself!) I'm curious how the aspect ratio changes will be handled if they retain the 1.33:1 ratio. When it first aired they obviously just matted a 1.78:1 image inside a 1.33:1 frame. They must know how silly this would look on a modern widescreen TV, so here's hoping that the image is expanded from 1.33:1 to 1.78:1 and fills the whole screen for these scenes. We'll find out it a couple months unless new info becomes available.
  10. Hey everyone! I've never seen this show, but I know that it was extremely popular. I searched Kametsu and didn't see any posts about this. So here you go, for anyone who wasn't aware. Samurai Jack: The Complete Series Blu-ray Following the epic conclusion of its fifth and final season, Adult Swim's four-time Emmy Award-winning series, Samurai Jack, will arrive as a complete series on Blu-ray on October 17. Featuring all 62 heart-pounding episodes of the critically acclaimed animated show, Samurai Jack: The Complete Series also arrives with action-packed bonus content, including exclusive featurettes, behind the scenes looks and special commentary. Fans will also relive the first four seasons in HD for the first time as each episode has been remastered to perfection. The box set also features a one-of-a-kind metal art print, created especially for the show's devoted fans. Source: http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Samurai-Jack-The-Complete-Series-Blu-ray/186071/
  11. Join the discord bro 

    1. ThePJzer


      I'm just about to retire for the evening. I will this weekend though. ^_^

    2. Nabull
  12. I just logged in without issue. Server maintenance maybe? I dunno
  13. You know that is the thread i was going to post under, but it's like 20 pages long.  Thanks for the msg.  Saves me a lot of waiting.

    1. ThePJzer


      Oh dude, I have no problem where you post anything. I was just trying to help out, and at the same time inquire as to whether you had something new that I didn't have yet. ^_^

  14. I'm having fun with this now in my head Dude runs out his front door screaming "It's a fucking avalanche! Run for your lives!" (There's a tumbleweed slowing rolling across his front yard)
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