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Originally Posted by ibob4tacoz

Anybody eating for Tomb Raider "2"? I'm hoping it'll be as good as the first (new) TR.

New Tomb Raider? When? I'm pumped for that one.

Originally Posted by ibob4tacoz

My bad, that's what I meant to say. The VOLUME is increased by .14 soooo... An yeah, he said that too. But then again, do the cons outweigh the pros? Maybe, maybe not.

I think you've ballsed up the calculations.

With equivalent edge length, the volume of a sphere is about 52.4% of a cube.

Finished the new Bioshock DLC. Burial at Sea Pt 1.

So much fun. Here's the intro mission. I don't record proper gameplay since people complained my mouse settings are too twitchy for them to want to watch.

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Originally Posted by thatBeatsguy

New Tomb Raider? When? I'm pumped for that one.
I don't know. Square Cnix said that they're working on it though. (Plus, the ending of TR tells you also.

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I think you've ballsed up the calculations.

With equivalent edge length, the volume of a sphere is about 52.4% of a cube.
Isn't it r(cubed) times pi?
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Originally Posted by ibob4tacoz

Isn't it r(cubed) times pi?

4pi/3 x r^3 for spheres so for a sphere of radius 1, V = 4.19

Equivalent cube(edge length 2 x sphere radius), V = 8

Sphere volume is ~52.3% of the equivalent cube.

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Originally Posted by Tangster

4pi/3 x r^3 for spheres so for a sphere of radius 1, V = 4.19
Equivalent cube(edge length 2 x sphere radius), V = 8

Sphere volume is ~52.3% of the equivalent cube.
*Sniff* I thought I was smart... *Sniff*
So the old CM Sohere sucked?
Ummmm... Amazon doesn't have the Perixx MX-2000 anymore. They replaced it with the 2000II. Anywhere else I could buy this? I checked NewEgg and some guy got the II instead of the original one.
So I bought the Powerline thingie off Amazon and I was wondering, if my home was newly built in '07, is it compatible? (I feel really dumb, I'm like the only one that asks questions.)

It's been a while since I popped my head in here, figured I'd see if anyone else got the updated Humble Bundle. Some bretty gud games in it.

Well, it looks like I'm building a new PC for a friend, too.

I've made the first purchase toward that: a GTX 760. Still need to wait on other financial things to sort themselves out before I go buying the other parts.

So far, it's working well in my own PC. Already blows away that old GTX 480, and MUCH cooler-running to the point where I don't feel the need to waterblock it if it were my own. No wonder people like Gigabyte's Windforce non-reference cards so much.

I'm even thinking of getting one for myself at this rate. I said I'd wait 'til Maxwell/GTX 800, but I'm seeing "good enough" performance here already from my first impressions. Besides, whenever I do replace the graphics card, I'd just offer the GTX 760 to my friend for a SLI upgrade.

Anyone know of the Gigabyte headphones?
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Originally Posted by ibob4tacoz

Anyone know of the Gigabyte headphones?

They probably aren't any good.

Or at least they're rebrands.

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Originally Posted by HybridCore

They probably aren't any good.

Or at least they're rebrands.
They're called "FLY", and the description is, "Stylish with sounds of heavy beat."
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Originally Posted by ibob4tacoz

They're called "FLY", and the description is, "Stylish with sounds of heavy beat."

Ahh cack...so much want.

Aslo, I really want to play X-rebirth, but I fear for the health of my studies if I do.

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