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XTracPads Ripper XXL Desktop Gaming Mat
Polished textile surfaceNEW! Version 6 overlock stitch edgesEnhanced Sure Grip comfortable open cell rubber backingWhisper quiet mouse surface helps enhance an ergonomic workspace.Ripper XXL is so big that you can place your keyboard on top of it.
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u/pdmcmahon · 12 pointsr/macsetups

Mac Mini (2018 model), named NOSTROMO


  • 3.2 GHz Hexa-Core Core i7 CPU
  • 32 GB of RAM
  • 256 GB PCIe boot volume
  • 2 TB external rotating drive for Time Machine Backups, connected via Thunderbolt 3 / USB-C
  • Dual 8 TB Western Digital Elements USB 3.0 drives for content, VOL1 and VOL2. VOL1 is replicated to VOL2, both are connected via Thunderbolt 3 / USB-C. These handy adapter cables allow you to connect a traditional USB 3.0 device into a Thunderbolt 3 port.
  • Single 4 TB SeaGate Plus USB 3.0 drive which contains the majority of my media content, VOL5. It is a "floater" drive which I always carry in my backpack to have the majority of my content with me at all times.
  • Running Mac OS 10.14.6 Server
  • Dual 27” Apple Thunderbolt Displays connected to the Mac Mini, daisy-chained off a single Thunderbolt 3 port using a Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 2 adapter.
  • This Mac Mini is what I use to host all of my iTunes content to the three Apple TVs in my home


    Mac Mini (2010 model), named SPUNKMEYER


  • 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo CPU
  • 16 GB of RAM
  • 100 GB SSD boot volume
  • 500 GB traditional drive for Time Machine Backups
  • Running Mac OS 10.13.6 Server


    MacBook Pro Retina 15” (2015 model), named SULACO


  • 2.2 GHz Quad-Core Core i7 CPU
  • 16 GB of RAM
  • 256 GB SSD
  • Running Mac OS 10.14.6 Client
  • Time Machine Backups are being taken both on the 2018 Mac Mini as well as the 2010 Mac Mini


    Mac Mini (2012 model), named FERRO


  • This Mac is located at Mom & Dad’s about 1,000 miles away. It is a complete offsite backup of all of my content, it is also used for Time Machine backups of my mother’s Mac Mini and my niece’s MacBook Pro. I have both Remote Desktop and SSH access via the magic of port forwarding. Whenever I add a new movie, I place it is my Shared Dropbox folder, then about 30 minutes later it is available on the backup Mac Mini. I then move it over to VOL3, and all of my content is always in sync.
  • 2.5 GHz Dual-Core Core i5 CPU
  • 16 GB of RAM
  • 120 GB SSD boot volume
  • 500 GB traditional drive for Time Machine Backups
  • Single 8 TB Western Digital Elements USB 3.0 drive for storing and hosting content, VOL3. It is a complete duplicate of VOL1/VOL2.
  • Running Mac OS 10.14.6 Server


    Mac Mini (2012 model), named AURIGA


  • This Mac is located at my sister's house about 1,000 miles away. It is a complete offsite backup of all of my movies and TV shows, it is also used for Time Machine backups of my sister's MacBook Pro and my other niece’s MacBook. I have both Remote Desktop and SSH access via the magic of port forwarding. Whenever I add a new movie, I place it is my Shared Dropbox folder, then about 30 minutes later it is available on the backup Mac Mini. I then move it over to VOL4, and all of my content is always in sync.
  • 2.5 GHz Dual-Core Core i5 CPU
  • 16 GB of RAM
  • 256 GB SSD boot volume
  • 500 GB traditional drive for Time Machine Backups
  • Single 4 TB Seagate Backup Plus USB 3.0 drive (VOL4) for storing and hosting content, VOL4. As it is only a 4 TB volumes, it contains only the moves and television shows which are on VOL1, VOL2, and VOL3.
  • Running Mac OS 10.14.6 Server


    Both the 2012 Minis and the 2010 Mini are completely headless. Unfortunately, this means that accessing them via remote desktop gives you a measly 800x600 resolution. I use this handy little gadget on both of them to replicate a 1920x1080 display being connected. So, when I connect via Screen Sharing I get a nice big display.


    MacBook Pro (2018 model), named APLC02XV5W1JGH5


  • 2.2 GHz Six-Core Intel Core i7 CPU
  • 16 GB of RAM
  • 500 GB SSD
  • Running Mac OS 10.14.5 Client
  • This is my work-provided laptop, mostly used for remote access. It is pretty locked down, I am not a local administrator so I cannot even rename it to fit my naming scheme


    iPad Pro 10.5", named APONE


  • 2.38 GHz Apple A10X CPU
  • 4 GB of RAM
  • 256 GB of storage
  • Running iOS 13.0 Public Beta


    iPhone X, named RIPLEY


  • 2.4 GHz Apple A11 Bionic CPU
  • 3 GB of RAM
  • 256 GB of storage
  • Running iOS 12.4


    LG Blu-Ray reader/writer in connected to NOSTROMO via USB 3.0, used for ripping Blu-Rays and DVDs

    Sabrent USB 3.0 Dual-Bay Hard Drive Dock, also connected to NOSTROMO via USB 3.0

    The microphone is a Yeti Blue with a Nady Pop Filter, coupled with a Logitech HD C310, used for Google Hangouts and FaceTime calls with the fam, and the occasional podcast. It is mounted on a RODE PSA1 Swivel Mount Studio Microphone Boom Arm and a RADIUS II Microphone Shock Mount.

    The mousepad is an XTracPads Ripper XXL mousepad

    The chair is a Raynor Ergohuman ME7ERG desk chair

    I use Dropbox to expertly keep my content in sync. Due to the amount of content I keep in there, it is well worth the $100 per year for a Dropbox Pro subscription.


    Additionally throughout the house, I have...
    3 Eeros for my Mesh Wireless Network WiFi System
    2 Apple TVs (4K), named ASH and CALL
    1 Apple TV (4th Generation), named BISHOP
    1 Apple HomePod, named DIETRICH
    1 Nest Hello Video Doorbell, named HELLO
    1 Nest Learning Thermostat, named NEST (yeah, original af, I know)
    2 WyzeCam Pans, named WYZE-Kitchen and WYZE-LivingRoom
    4 WeMo Smart Plugs, named WEMO-Foyer, WEMO-SpareBedroom, WEMO-MasterBedroom, and WEMO-LivingRoom
    1 Amazon Echo Plus, named ECHO-LivingRoom
    2 Amazon Echoes (First-Generation), named ECHO-MasterBedroom and ECHO-Kitchen
    2 Amazon Echo Dots, named DOT-Office, and DOT-SpareBedroom
    4 Google Home Minis
    1 Brother HL-L2395DW Wireless Laser Printer, named LV426
    1 PlayStation 3 Slim 120 GB, named HICKS

    I have a total of 31 IP reservations according to my Eero app. This makes it a lot easier to manage my network, set up port forwarding, etc.
u/chickxbuffet · 7 pointsr/battlestations

XTrac Ripper XXL. I recommend it very much! Soft and slides the mouse perfectly! You can get it on Amazon

u/swoledier · 6 pointsr/gamingpc

Since you didn't say, I'm going to assume you're a palm gripper...and just in case (since some people get it mixed up), low sens = using a lot of mouse movement to turn around, whereas high sens = just needs a few inches to do a 360.

Mice:

  • Razer Deathadder 2013 ($57): I haven't seen anything negative about this mouse's sensor, only praise...I'm assuming it's another Deathadder with a flawless sensor. You can't beat the Deathadder in design/ergonomics if you're a palm gripper - it has . Downside is having to use Synapse 2.0 drivers which I have heard are a pain in the ass...haven't used them myself though. Also, I feel that the braided cable is a downside too since it is much heavier and rigid than non-braided.

  • Zowie EC1 eVo ($62): (Just got mine yesterday, I've used the Mamba (wireless Deathadder) for quite a while before this) Huge mouse feet for dat glide, non-braided cable, mouse is so freaking light that it feels wireless (especially with a cable bungee), absolutely no drivers - you just hold down certain buttons while plugging in the USB if you want to change settings. Flawless sensor and great for low sens gaming due to its lightness and optical sensor. Oh yeah, and it comes with a spare pair of mice feet, how can ya not love that?

    A wireless Mamba is gunna set you back $105 for the mouse alone, so I don't suggest that, even though this mouse has served me well.

    Keyboards:

    At that price ($110) for that Cooler Master board, it's just not worth it. Leopold is a better choice at that price range. Don't get me wrong, CM makes good stuff, but their niche is in the sub $70 range...that's when they are really good buys, but you'd have to wait for a sale, and who knows when the next one would be.

  • Leopold: Mechanical keyboards are absolutely worth it and these guys make some of the best keyboards on the market (in our price range). You're going to have to decide what switches you want though. I went with red, they are incredibly light, but if I got to choose again I'd probably go with blacks (they are a little heavier to press). It all depends on what you mostly do...gaming or typing? If you type more than game then you'd probably be better off with browns or blues. These things are built like tanks though, really sturdy and heavy, also it's nice that there is a groove to route the cable to the left or right on the back, if you need that. This keyboard will literally last you forever.

    Mousepad:

  • SteelSeries Qck Heavy ($21) or Qck+ ($17): The most popular low-sens mousepads around. The Heavy has a 6mm thickness and is good if your desk has an uneven surface. The Qck+ is just a skinny version of the same thing at 2mm thickness. I have a Qck+ but looking to buy a Heavy just because I want something thicker; the Qck+ does its job very well though. Btw, the Zowie glides amazingly on this pad.

  • Xtrac Ripper XXL ($30): If you want something ungodly in size so that you can put your keyboard and mouse on it, then look no further than this desk pad.

    I don't know how you feel about cable drag, but it makes me want to do terrible things to innocent creatures. I mentioned earlier that I am using a mouse bungee ($17) from Razer and it works well enough. The Zowie's cable is a bit too thick to fit in the last clip closest to the base, but it fits in the other two just fine and does its job of no-drag. But, if you've got enough space for the cable to stretch out...Zowie's cable is so light that you might not feel it anyway.

    I went as close to the budget as I could/went over it a bit (depending on what you choose). If you're going to be dropping this much money on peripherals then you might as well get the best that will last you for years to come.

    Let me know if there is anything else...





u/animeman59 · 5 pointsr/pcmasterrace

The 3 that I know of are:

Mionix Sargas 900

XTRAC PADS Ripper XXL

Razer Goliathus Extended

You can also get these gun cleaning mats. They're made of the same materials as mouse pads. Plus, the designs look pretty sweet on a desk.

Tek Mats

u/jries · 4 pointsr/GlobalOffensive

I have this, which is pretty similar, but a bit bigger, and like it quite a bit. It's lasted over 2.5 years at this point and still going strong. Pretty smooth too.

u/smellypants · 3 pointsr/battlestations
u/chr0n0phage · 3 pointsr/ultrawidemasterrace

It's an XTracPads Ripper XXL

I also suggest the Glorious PC Gaming Race line here.

u/DnBGeneration · 3 pointsr/GlobalOffensive
u/crushtheblacks · 2 pointsr/battlestations
u/ranterbach · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I'm a huge fan of Corsair's peripherals. I'm using a Scimitar mouse and K70 RGB keyboard right now. Never had any quality issues myself, but their customer support is superb. I really like their aesthetic.

Logitech is a solid choice if you like their products. Personally I'm not into it, but I don't care for "gamer" stuff in general.

As for audio, I wouldn't recommend a headset of any kind. Personally, I use a pair of AKG K553 Pros, a FiiO E10K DAC/amp, and an Audio Technica AT2020 mic. That said, I understand that not everyone cares about audio as much as I do. If you're happy with the sound quality of your Krakens, you could get most any Logitech, Corsair, SteelSeries, etc. headset in the same price range and get comparable results.

This is the mouse pad I use. I don't care about flashy lights or fancy designs, I just wanted a large mouse pad.

u/links_to_that · 2 pointsr/battlestations

SteelSeries 6Gv2 Mechanical Keyboard - $99.99 - http://www.amazon.com/SteelSeries-6Gv2-Mechanical-Gaming-Keyboard/dp/B0038X3ZVM

Razer Mamba Wireless Gaming Laser Mouse 5600 DPI - $189- http://www.amazon.com/Razer-Mamba-Wireless-Gaming-Laser/dp/B001WAKR3W

XTracPads Ripper XXL Desktop Gaming Mat - $25.99 - http://www.amazon.com/XTracPads-Ripper-XXL-Desktop-Gaming/dp/B000HTDBWI

u/Doktor_Evil · 2 pointsr/buildapcforme

PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant / Benchmarks

Type|Item|Price
:----|:----|:----
CPU | AMD FX-8350 4.0GHz 8-Core Processor | $179.99 @ Microcenter
CPU Cooler | Phanteks PH-TC14PE_RD 78.1 CFM CPU Cooler | $79.99 @ Newegg
Motherboard | Asus Crosshair V Formula-Z ATX AM3+ Motherboard | $214.99 @ Amazon
Memory | Kingston XMP Blu Red Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3-1600 Memory | $117.35 @ NCIX US
Storage | Samsung 840 Pro Series 128GB 2.5" Solid State Disk | $122.99 @ NCIX US
Storage | Seagate Barracuda 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive | $63.98 @ Outlet PC
Video Card | MSI GeForce GTX 770 2GB Video Card | $399.99 @ Amazon
Case | Corsair Air 540 ATX Full Tower Case | $129.99 @ Newegg
Power Supply | OCZ ZX 850W 80 PLUS Gold Certified ATX12V / EPS12V Power Supply | $99.99 @ Newegg
Optical Drive | Asus BW-12B1ST/BLK/G/AS Blu-Ray/DVD/CD Writer | $52.00 @ Newegg
Monitor | Asus VG23AH 23.0" Monitor | $177.58 @ Newegg
Keyboard | Corsair Vengeance K70 Wired Gaming Keyboard | $119.99 @ Newegg
Mousepad| XTracPads Ripper XXL Desktop Gaming Mat| $24.98
Webcam| Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920, 1080p Widescreen Video Calling and Recording| $74.99
Mouse| Logitech G500s| $79.99
Fan Controller| Sentry 2| $29.99
LEDs| Sleeved LED Kit| $9.99
Case Fans| 3 x Corsair Air Series SP120 High Performance Edition 62.7 CFM 120mm Fan| $44.97
| | Total
| Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available. | $2023.74
| Generated by PCPartPicker 2013-08-05 21:06 EDT-0400 |

The whole build is red and black themed.

  • CPU is ideal for streaming.
  • CPU cooler is one of the best air coolers. You could overclock your CPU to its limits.
  • A high quality motherboard with good audio and tons of features.
  • 16GB RAM is plenty for streaming.
  • SSD for OS and programs.
  • HDD for games and media.
  • GPU will max out every game.
  • Case you wished.
  • Fully modular PSU, so that you could get red sleeved cables. You could add another GPU in the future. 750W would only have a little headroom according to PCPP.
  • Blu-Ray driver with write functionality.
  • High quality IPS monitor.
  • Keyboard you wished.
  • Totally black extended mousepad.
  • 1080p webcam.
  • The mouse is the improved version of the G500. It's the s model.
  • Fan controller. I would not get a fan controller because it is vertical in that case.
  • Red LED cable.
  • As many fans as possible.
u/rubberdub · 2 pointsr/buildapc

I have a Boogie Bug XL but I believe they have stopped making these, however, this one from Akasa is similar. Nothing beats a mouse mat that takes up the whole desk!

http://www.amazon.com/XTracPads-Ripper-XXL-Desktop-Gaming/dp/B000HTDBWI/ref=pd_cp_pc_0

u/Vanbt7 · 2 pointsr/ultrawidemasterrace

XTracPads Ripper XXL. It's a bit old and frayed on the edges because it's not stitched liked newer ones. I've washed it a few times now and it's still decent.

https://www.amazon.com/XTracPads-Ripper-XXL-Desktop-Gaming/dp/B000HTDBWI

u/davidlwdn · 2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

I have two of these and they are the best things ever.

^^But, ^^just ^^to ^^be ^^clear, ^^my ^^desk ^^isn't ^^glass.

u/battIetoad · 2 pointsr/GlobalOffensive

no its just a huge black pad

u/whypinto · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Thank you!

The Mousepad is the XXL Ripper LINK

I love it so much I travel with one everywhere. Great way to deploy a mobile battlestation.

My favorite feature is the mouse and keyboard are on the same surface so the keyboard doesn't keep hitting the edge of the mouse pad when I game.

u/T3hDon · 2 pointsr/battlestations

They are acctually giant mouse pads made by XTracPads. There are 2 on the desk, my old one and the new one I just bought when I moved.

u/Shwingdom · 2 pointsr/gamingpc

It's comfortable, you can also use it to play card games on. I've been using a Xtrac XXL for a couple years now. Even though it sounds dumb, it isn't as cold as a glass tabletop which is nice.

u/merrickx · 2 pointsr/battlestations
u/ggabriele3 · 2 pointsr/headphones

I think I got this one: http://www.amazon.com/XTracPads-Ripper-XXL-Desktop-Gaming/dp/B000HTDBWI/

...or whatever the biggest one is that that company makes. It has held up well over the past few months, protects the wood desk, and was pretty cheap. If they made a truly fullsize one i'd get it.

u/pcpietjeisl · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Get this one

u/sindekit · 1 pointr/buildapc

This could be what you're looking for. It's 36" by 18"

www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B000HTDBWI?qid=1348353603&sr=8-4

u/Dronicusprime · 1 pointr/battlestations

I dont know about OPs but I have this one, which was the largest and cheapest that I could find. It doesn't have the huge logo on it, its just simple and perfect!

u/anselben · 1 pointr/pcgaming

I love my RipperXXL. Some people might not like the size of it, but it's not expensive and so far has served me wonderfully.

They have smaller ones also.

http://www.amazon.com/XTracPads-Ripper-XXL-Desktop-Gaming/dp/B000HTDBWI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1347499133&sr=8-1&keywords=xtracpad

u/cthang · 1 pointr/battlestations
u/ripster55 · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards
u/brianparmentier · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I use this one, slightly bigger then the corsair one

http://www.amazon.com/XTracPads-Ripper-XXL-Desktop-Gaming/dp/B000HTDBWI

u/fullmetalfriday · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace
u/FatEskimo97 · 1 pointr/GlobalOffensive

My old mouse mad my dad gave me a couple years ago when I needed one: http://www.amazon.com/Dacasso-Leather-Mouse-Rustic-Brown/dp/B001F4KKQY/ref=sr_1_1?s=home-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1420640271&sr=1-1&keywords=leather+mouse+pad

I know.... It's leather and tiny...

My new mouse pad (XTRAC Ripper XXL): http://www.amazon.com/XTracPads-Ripper-XXL-Desktop-Gaming/dp/B000HTDBWI

Holy shit it's amazing. Couldn't be happier. Went from 1.4 sens/1200 DPI to 1.4 sens/800 DPI and might lower it again soon. I'm using my entire arm and don't have to do a power flick to do a 180 (even though I was quite good at this).

If you have a small mouse pad, you don't know what you're missing.

u/S1B0RG2 · 1 pointr/osugame

Great mouse mat, 36" x 18" x 1/8" for 20$ http://www.amazon.com/XTracPads-Ripper-XXL-Desktop-Gaming/dp/B000HTDBWI (Cloth BTW)

u/zahareed · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

That's a XTracPads Ripper XXL. A few people have complained that theirs have started separating on the edges. I've had mine for a few months now and haven't had any problems, but I've heard that the ones from here are stitched on the edges if that worries you.

u/aliensbrah · 1 pointr/buildapc

The one in the pictures is the XTrac Ripper XXL, it's 36" x 18" and I like it, the edges aren't the best though imo. It's a solid mouse pad but they could definitely use some work on the edges.

I ordered the Glorious XXL Extended Gaming Mouse Mat which will get here Friday. It's also 36" x 18" but the edges have a stitching of some sort so I believe it will hold up much better.

u/deusemx0 · 1 pointr/GlobalOffensive

http://www.amazon.com/XTracPads-Ripper-XXL-Desktop-Gaming/dp/B000HTDBWI

Buy a big one and cut it into whatever shape you want, and keep backup mousepads for when you spill shit.

u/Duncster · 1 pointr/battlestations

thanks, I actually have [this] (http://www.amazon.com/XTracPads-Ripper-XXL-Desktop-Gaming/dp/B000HTDBWI/ref=sr_1_25?ie=UTF8&qid=1395527207&sr=8-25&keywords=mouse+mat) one, but what I like about OP's that there is no branding on it unlike the two we have.

u/kevinstonge · 0 pointsr/battlestations

Dragon Wall Scrolls: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005RTBH56 , http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007WPCT8M , http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005RTBHYC

TV: Samsung UN46F6300 46-inch LED TV http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-UN46F6300-46-Inch-1080p-120Hz/dp/B00BCGRTFK

Speakers: Dayton Audio B652 Bookshelf Speakers http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002RMPHMU

Laptop: Asus A53E-EH31 (old, I added an SSD though, so it's still good) http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834230127

Windows 8 tablet: Samsung ATIV Smart PC Pro 700T http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0098O9TRO/

Nexus 10: http://www.google.com/nexus/10/

Nexus 7 (2013): http://www.google.com/nexus/7/

Nexus 4 (not shown, used to take picture): http://www.google.com/nexus/4/

Keyboard and Mouse: Logitec MK 710 http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Wireless-Desktop-Keyboard-920-002416/dp/B0036E8V08

PC (not shown) is a simple core i5 with a single GeForce GTX 560.

Wallpaper: http://s.wallpaperhere.com/wallpapers/1920x1080/20120628/4febeb2c82593.jpg

Mouse pad: http://www.amazon.com/XTracPads-Ripper-XXL-Desktop-Gaming/dp/B000HTDBWI

All together, I'd estimate I spent about $4,000 on all this. I don't think that's too bad considering how awesome it all looks together.

What do I use it all for? Candy Crush!!