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My Masterpiece of 3 Months: the Largest GTX690 Model ever

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by super8844, Nov 19, 2013.

  1. HammerON

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    That is an amazing Lego build:toast:
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  2. THE_EGG

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    I think the fan does move, it's in different positions in different photos.

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    Epic project man, although not entirely sure they are genuine legos due to the studs on the bricks not having the name "LEGO" printed on them. Amazing stuff nonetheless :clap:
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    Xiaosheng, this is an amazing project! I just came across this and am passing it on internally here at NVIDIA.
    We will feature your work in NVISION Magazine.
    -Bill Rehbock, GM TegraZone and NVISION (on the web and Android App)
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    well how about free GPU's for the kid eh? ^_^
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    I don't care what anybody thinks, this is what creative thinking is about. Like it or hate it, it IS creative, difficult and awesome.

    I have spent countless hours composing photos that no one will ever see, but, it is worth it for the few that catch peoples attention. Is it a waste of time or has it been a creative endeavour? Personally, it doesn't matter what YOU think it is.

    To me, it matters.

    I respect this guy's drive. His choice of medium. His attention to detail. Nice work! Thanks!
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    Cool, and looks like real. Maybe you wanna create any nvidia cards with custom cooler
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    I want one! Absolutely astoundingly awesome!
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    I think I see a missing bit...





    Jokes aside, impressive!!!!
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