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  1. I platinumed it on PS4. Good game. I've also played Heavy Rain and Beyond Two Souls made by the same company (lead by David Cage). Also piewdiepie is currently doing a Let's Play on this game. He was forced by the fans. But don't watch it if you don't want spoilers.
  2. This is a full bridge amplifier? As in "brazilian" full bridge?
  3. Today's episode of Dragon Ball Super was amazing! Awesome new transformation for Goku.

  4. Stupid entitled kids at the cinema, on their phones, taking flash selfies lighting up the whole room, talking on the phone (on speaker btw), then clapping at the end of the movie like they've actually seen it, when they haven't seen shit. They're just there to take a selfie and say they saw the movie.
  5. There are memes about this song all over the internet, but it's pretty catchy.
  6. Steve Meade is also getting 15.2 V at startup now in his Lexus IS-F according to the new video he posted, thanks to Mike Singer.
  7. I got the same batteries, same cold weather voltage. To be fair, you only get that high voltage at startup, it doesn't stay like that all day. Here is what Northstar says in the user manual about this: Thermal Compensation The optimum level for float charging the NSB automotive and marine batteries is 2.27 volts/cell at +25°C (+77°F) (which is 13.62 v). If the battery temperature increases above this level, a thermal compensation of -4 mV/cell/°C is recommended. Conversely, if the temperature decreases below 25°C, the voltage should be increased by 4 mV/cell/°C. -> So at minus 30 degrees C you should give it an extra 220 mV per cell, which is 2.49 V per cell, which is 14.94 V total. And that's Float charging which is the voltage at which a battery is maintained after being fully charged, to maintain that capacity by compensating for self-discharge. I think 15.2 V for a short period in the cold weather is fine, but let's see what others say.
  8. I don't envy the guy that has to go through all those comments to sort them out for the raffle.

    1. s5300


      I presume they'll be using some sort of script/other data they're able to collect via the site.

    2. alex912005


      Would be good but I don't think they have that. I think they have to do it manually, and there are more than 1600 posts...

    3. WalledSonic


      It could be done very easily.  Draw a 0 or 1 for the first digit.  Then make three more drawings with all ten digits.  Those 4 drawn digits will create a post number.

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