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    1. manofthem
      Shout-out to top quality trader!!! :toast:
    2. t_ski
      I haz homeserver, so I no need. Just trying to help a bro out :respect:
    3. AthlonX2
      ski you know you want that NAS!!! Its priced just for you :)
    4. t_ski
      You didn't specify... ;)
    5. Sir B. Fannybottom
      Sir B. Fannybottom
      I did see your WIFI USB stick, but I would rather have one that's N. It's going in my sister's gaming rig because she doesn't want wires all over the place.
    6. de.das.dude
    7. de.das.dude
      how do you measure holes for a fan mont!

      thanks :respect:
    8. t_ski
      He sold all his stuff, so you'd have to do some more looking, but you can probably find a similar deal, especially when Sandy Bridge E comes out.
    9. Sir B. Fannybottom
      Sir B. Fannybottom
      Thanks for the link! And well I would need to get a PSU then too, the only other PSU I have are some OEM ones and my old thermaltake 480 WATT. That one comes with a antec 500 earthwats
    10. t_ski
      According to pricewatch, you can get a new Q6600 for $120, a GTX 450 for $117, and 8GB DDR2 for $76. That's $313, which leaves you $87 for the board. Not bad, but you could get something newer for about the same amount:


      $165 for the CPU, the same GTX450 for $117, get a P67 board from NewEgg for about $100, and you have $18 left over for some ram. I know Kenkicker had some 2GB DDR3 kits he was selling for $20 shipped.
    11. Sir B. Fannybottom
      Sir B. Fannybottom
      Hey t_ski, I know you're a intel lover, and I was wondering if a Q6600, GTX 450, 8 gigs of 800 and some HP board is worth $400. I'm thinking of getting my first intel rig!
    12. t_ski
      lol - I'm saving for Sandy Bridge E ;)
    13. LiNKiN
      buy something!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    14. mlee49
      Yo homey, where do you work? Just curious, I worked for Sprint over the summer and saw all just one of their regional data centers. It was epic, thousands of fiber lines, millions of $'s of equipment, tons of goodies. Not much storage more router based equip, but I did see a single data closet filled with hdd's, prolly 20+ in just one cab.
    15. t_ski
      Kewl - I likey!
    16. n-ster
      haha you are on the heatware homepage! heatware.com
    17. sneekypeet
      u need a cooler?
    18. sneekypeet
      Still at work, give me an hour or so and you will have a pm:)
    19. Assassin48
      i left heat on your account Yesterday
    20. sneekypeet
      can we chat on MSN or something about this QX?
    21. Fitseries3
    22. LiNKiN
      you get your junk bro? :p
    23. nflesher87
      I just want to trade straight up for a Q66 :)
    24. t_ski
      How much you want for the E8400?
    25. nflesher87
      oh sweet! at least it's workin out for ya then ;)

      well just let me know, I really need to trade this e8400 for a Q6600 for a build I'm doing for someone
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