I’ve got a Smok Tumbler!

Heh yeah! 😀

I got this Smok Tumbler clearomizer by mail today and I was in a hurry to try it. I also bought some 1.5Ω replacement heads for it and my first task was to switch the original 1.8Ω head with one of those lower resistance ones (I’ll keep the higher resistance heads as backup).

The flavor from this quite cheap device was amazing compared to my trusted Smok Ego Mega Dual Coil Cartomizers (EMDCC’s)! I didn’t expect this much of a difference in flavor from this device, but it is really better, a clearer taste than from anything I have tested before (well, just Ego-t atomizers, Boge cartomizers and EMDCC’s). This thing works just great with the Ego or Kgo batteries, no need for fancy mods or batteries.

If you are an Ego-style battery user, then go ahead and try this device, it really impressed me in a short while. Still, I have to see how long a single head will last, I’d hope at least a week or two, two to be on the better side as my EMDCC’s last from two weeks to a month (even though the heads to this device are cheaper than EMDCC’s)…

Sweet, I think this is a keeper! 😀

OS X 10.9 and not so HUGE swapping

Okay, a post after a long pause 🙂

This time I’m positively surprised by the new OS X 10.9 Mavericks. In my previous post i screamed about 10.6 Snow Leopard swapping like hell and now after three days uptime with 10.9 Mavericks I see no same kind of mad swapping as with 10.6!

Of course this is not an uptime to brag about, but it’s still showing no problems with swapper, the current swap is 1.0GB and the used swap space is between 170GB and at current 211GB. The used swap space doesn’t only increase by time, it also decreases sometimes…

Also the inactive memory is smaller now, it comes close to 500MB at it’s lowest. This all is good news for me, and hopefully everyone using OS X 10.9 Mavericks as a heavy duty workstation OS. I will be watching how memory usage goes about with increasing uptime…

By the way, I’m going to increase my RAM from this measly 4GB to 16GB later this month, so there might be a post after that to see how my workhorse MacBook Pro and Mavericks works after that…

Thanks Apple for making an at least at first glance a great free operating system upgrade! 😀