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post #946 of 9059
Woah... they have an Xbox 360 waterblock for $20, and was thinking thats stupid, but then thought of getting a Cosmos 2, and get a micro-ITX board and putting watercooled PS3 and Xbox 360 internals in it, where switching from one to another would be as easy as changing inputs on the display... (If only I was rich...)
post #947 of 9059
I was thinking for like a car charger or something... might charge a phone faster...
post #948 of 9059
Or I could finally get this to work at home...



tongue.gif (It's from the Matrix if you didn't know...)
post #949 of 9059
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Rosewill's THOR, THOR V2, Blackhawk, Throne cases have raving reviews and product buying.

 

I've been a fan of Rosewill for years due to good price for their parts.

 

Now Rosewill is a big player in PSU, Mechanical Keyboards, computer cases in terms of quality and performance. I think its great to see a house brand take off and become something akin to a real company.

 

Rosewill is Newegg's house brand.

post #950 of 9059
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Or I could finally get this to work at home...



tongue.gif(It's from the Matrix if you didn't know...)

because the matrix is some obscure thing right?

post #951 of 9059

Asus Ares II anyone? Dual fully clocked GTX680 cores on a single card and a built in watercooling unit.

 

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/graphics/2013/02/12/asus-ares-ii-review/1

 

post #952 of 9059
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Asus Ares II anyone? Dual fully clocked GTX680 cores on a single card and a built in watercooling unit.

 

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/graphics/2013/02/12/asus-ares-ii-review/1

 

I remember the first ARES. Smoking fast at the time.

post #953 of 9059
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Asus Ares II anyone? Dual fully clocked GTX680 cores on a single card and a built in watercooling unit.

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/graphics/2013/02/12/asus-ares-ii-review/1


Holy Schiit that's awesome!
post #954 of 9059
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I remember the first ARES. Smoking fast at the time.

omg... the other version of the one they did w/ the dual 580's w/ out power restrictions? lol...

post #955 of 9059
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omg... the other version of the one they did w/ the dual 580's w/ out power restrictions? lol...

Back in the ATI HD3850 day asus had a triple HD350 card.

 

http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardware/2008/03/28/asus_shows_off_its_hd_3850_x3_trinity/1

 

post #956 of 9059
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I'm actually quite disapointed in Bungie's Destiny

 

in the fact that they spent years, and comitted their entire company and budget to it. And it would be more or less one of the last major games for the Xbox 360 and PS3.

 

THEY COULD HAVE ANNOUNCED IT with Microsoft Xbox ___ or something!

 

Next Gen graphics! 

 

One of the hottest games for them!

post #957 of 9059
Thread Starter 

 

 

At 3:35 he is wearing a Shure SRH monitor

at 3:37, I think he is wearing a Sony

post #958 of 9059
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Somewhat interesting news:

 

The former CEO of Research in Motion(Blackberry) just sold off all his stocks. lol

post #959 of 9059
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Somewhat interesting news:

 

The former CEO of Research in Motion(BlackCrapberry) just sold off all his stocks. lol

Fixed that for you.

post #960 of 9059
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Haha

 

 

I was surprised to just learn that Blackberry did an AMD. Their official company name and trading name was Research in Motion (RIM) up until last year or two years ago. But a descision was made that NOBODY knows what the hell Research in Motion was and that it was the company in charge of Blackberry stuff so they just changed the trading name and the official name to Blackberry, but the company is still Research in Motion.

 

Weird.

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