Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
MIPS DFI P45/X58 Fuzion NB/MOSFET block and Swifttech Apogee XT block.
DAMN i miss DFI boards
DFI is still in business they just havn't made any consumer boards in a long time. Not sure if they will ever build a consumer board again. Love to see a DFI X68 board.
Less talk. Moar pics.
i would peel of the foil of the Twin Frozer, if i were you... looks much nice that way
I may end up selling this card soon. I just got it. I won it over at Hardforum part of a MSI give away. If I keep it I will take off that plastic wrap.
I envy you.... im not the kinda guy, that wins a VGA
Is the first pic some bioses? If yes - sexy since easy to change.
The caps in pic 2 and 3 are sexy to me since they have no "break lines" ontop of them so that they leak even easier.
Hard to believe some companies use the easy to break ones mainly - might be better though if you use the cheapest caps on the market only to safe money and screw more customers. IMHO..
Looking good but when you think about it the chipset could suffer greatly from lack of air in multi GPU setups - is this true?
You know for sure since I´v seen your mega-rigs.
lol a zip drive xP
All the pics are from the Asus Xonar DS sound card I have. I upgraded the Op-Amp on the board. The first pic shows the old Op-Amp (on the right) and the new one (on the left).
Wish I could snap a picture of my brother's old Mini-disc player and disc collection. It was crazy awkward but 'revolutionary' at the time.
Googling shows they can be bought new for $200, LOL!
I still think laser disc's have some of the best sound in movies. Same opinion goes for vinyl. Theres just something about the rawness of vinyl that makes them sound better than CD's or even lossless audio formats. Old technology isn't always inferior to newer, sometimes production methods and savings are what retire perfectly awesome stuff. I miss beta tapes too.. lol
I still have my laser disc player and some of the LD movies
Mine broke a long time ago.
Ok, you just made me want to make a window in the mini-ITX case I have not even bought yet
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