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Hardware they don't make but you'd want

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by largon, Jul 10, 2012.

  1. mastrdrver

    mastrdrver

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    A full tower case that looks like the P280, has 9/10 PCIe slots, has at least one 200m fan mount on the side, top, and front and all openings have easy to remove air filters.

    So simple, but so impossible.
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    All that is rated 80Plus Gold is not 80Plus Gold.
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    A 22Inch Monitor @ 4096 x 2304.

    A motherboard with a GPU Socket just like those used on CPU not a PCI-E Slot, but a GPU Socket.
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    That would mean the VRAM has to be inserted like RAM (or shared memory).
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    Laptops that can be as easily upgraded as desktops.
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  6. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    I still really really want a ram disk. Preferably one oc'able via windows.

    Those are completely different powersupplies. The model you linked is the one I have the ST45SF the one linked from newegg is the -G model which swaps designs it actually uses a different OEM (Impervio) as opposed to the FSP built previous unit
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    DIY Laptops similar to custom built towers.
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    You seem to have missed that those aren't the same powersupplies. The one with the G just came out a few months ago.
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    7870X2 please :D
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    YES!!! Before I bought my laptop I looked into buying my own. There are some parts out there but nothing really to make a laptop. The best way I could find to do it was to buy each part individually for a specific laptop and just put it together yourself. Problem is that it would cost 50% more than buying the laptop pre made. I would love to have myself a custom laptop.
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    trickson OH, I have such a headache

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    I wished they could make a remote control that could shut my wife up! Or at least make it so when she starts her bitching I could press a button and make her nice! :banghead:
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    When my computers fans start getting loud I replace them
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    qubit Overclocked quantum bit

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    Oh god yes! :laugh:
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    Would have to be the same thing.. Always wanted them make a up to date one.. Kinda curious why some one hasn't maybe it's cost ?..

    I buy one if Giga made one that could hold 32GB DDR3..

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