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    Re: Super Sli Build

    Just remember, that currently with SLI you have to re-boot to switch from SLI mode to std mode which will support multi-monitors. SLI does not.

    Of course, it would be something to remember if you...
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    Re: ne body interested in painting there case

    Interesting, a fellow Long Islander that does nice airbrush work..... I have to keep that in mind.

    You need to get some real pics of your work so people can see the detail. If you don't have a...
  3. Thread: Scroll Saw

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    Re: Scroll Saw

    more power!!!! power tools ftw.

    I need a scroll saw.. but have no space. :(
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    Re: Rotozip or Dremel?

    Different tools for different jobs. I have both.

    Dremel is great for a billion different things from cutting to etching to buffing.

    Rotozip, or rotary saws like it, are good for cutting. With...
  5. Re: Hardware for Humanity by Gruntville and TBCS

    We raised $375 for Child's Play and gave away 2 CPUs. Our next raffle will probably start later in January. We need to regroup and think through the promoting of what we do so we can get more people...
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    Re: Gfx card watercooling...

    If you want to cool the chip and ram, the DangerDens are the best for 1/2" or 3/8" systems. If you use a 1/4" system the Innovatek blocks.

    If you will use water on the gpu and ram sinks on the...
  7. Re: Hardware for Humanity by Gruntville and TBCS

    We have started taking donations for the CPU Raffle for Child's Play. $10/ticket.

    We have an FX-55 and 4000+ to give away. Drawing is Dec 21 so get your donations in by the 20th!
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    Re: Noisy Water Pump

    Cool. Glad it was something so simple :)
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    Re: Skull cut out

    That is pretty sweet. As long as you are careful doing the cuts those lines should be plenty good. If you have access to a lasr cutter it would be no problem whatsoever. With a dremel you just have...
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    Re: Custom Modified Christmas Lights?

    And don't forget, it is a 12 min show with Jingle Bells and another song.

    Whether he bought the controllers and lights as a kit or not, he still have to think of the song, how he wanted to light...
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    Re: Noisy Water Pump

    Well, for starters you should never run a pump with no liquid, that is a sure fire way to destroy a perfeclty good pump.

    If you have your pump mounted to your case you will probably have to do the...
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    Re: Gfx card watercooling...

    Most of the newer blocks cover the whole front of the card, well almost, and should be fine. Innovatec, DangerDen, Koolance, and Aqua Computing, Alphacool all make blocks like that.

    The DangerDen...
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    Re: Dual Monitor support

    I got 2 Dell FPW2005 20.5" Widescreen LCDs going through two KVM switches that are in turn driven by an AIT X800XT, BFG 6800GT OC, and AIW9800Pro (single monitor). Soon there will be an SLI rig...
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    Re: Newbie - basic advice needed!

    There are many, many factors involved in Overclocking.

    Adjusting the FSB (Front Side Bus) will increase the speed that the CPU runs at as well as the RAM and possibly some other components. Most...
  15. Re: Hardware for Humanity by Gruntville and TBCS

    I want to keep it gong long term, we will see how it goes.

    With about 20 CPUs left after the Child's Play raffle I have enough for about 5 months. If I can raise at least $1,000 a month I would...
  16. Re: Hardware for Humanity by Gruntville and TBCS

    Okay folks, here are the last winners of the Original Hardware for Humanity Raffle:

    Thomas Fong won 1gb Kingston DDR2 RAM!
    Golfrichie won an NXZT case!
    Evil Buritto, JamisonH, and Strid3r have...
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    Re: new depeche mode album

    <turning the wheel back on topic.....>

    The new DM album is pretty good. It sounds alot like some of their older stuff, but not quait as, um, "depressing" and "death dirge-like" as things like...
  18. Re: Hardware for Humanity by Gruntville and TBCS

    This week we have 3 prizes, all Cooler Master cases, all with a PSU (we think 350 Watt, CM didn't tell us).

    The first case, a Cavalier, goes to..... Bryan "The Duct Tape Warrior" Richardson!...
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    Re: Lian-li case

    It's not that new, been around for several months. I havne't seen any mods based on it yet. Though you are right, it does have some interesting potential...
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    No I did not, just forgot to post it.

    The winner of the Innovatek XXS water cooling kit was Kendrick "aznenstein" Wong from HardOCP.

    This coming friday we will be giving away some...
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    Re: Is this worth $4000?

    Well, it is in Australia and $4,000 AUD = about $3000 USD, so yeah, it is probably worth that much at full retail prices.
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    Re: AMD core codenames?

    This is a good question, except the answer isn't easy, especially since I am an Intel guy, but here is what I know.

    "Toldeo" is the dual core chips. 90nm design. Some have 1mb L2 cache per core...
  23. Re: Hardware for Humanity by Gruntville and TBCS

    Well, I promised a Halloween Treat from H4H and we got it. Not 1, not 2, but 3 AMD Sempron64 3400+ CPUs are going out this week to the following lucky people....

    Shane Unrein from Bjorn3d!...
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    Re: dead motherboard or hard drive?

    When you been around computers as long as this old man has, there are very few things you havne't seen. :D
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    Re: Sad, sad, day.....

    Well, I have been married for 12 years now, and was dating my wife for 5 before that. So we have been together 17 years. If I can't tell it like it is by now, I am in really, really deep manure.
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