Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
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very good shots right there ^^
Looks smaller than I imagined
its a 7" tab, so yeah, its small'ish, but still twice the size of a regular touch phone, and much better to type on it
sexy enough for you?
Yep, that's the C12P.
that it is, just grabbed it for $50 which i thought was reasonable
looks great TotalChaos how is the performance of that little Noctua?
it actually does look that high of a cooler 0.0
performance seems fine, just put it in my rig and I think I may have too much paste applied
I don't know why but the Asus P67 manual recommends DIMMs in slots A2 and B2 if you're running 2 sticks in dual channel. It says it is for "optimal performance" in the manual.
Realized that's a Z68, not sure on where the DIMMs should be for 2 sticks. Still recommends A2 and B2.
you're right -.- they need to be in the blue slots lol
will do that later
hopefully i will be buying a used DSLR camera around the 1st, but idk which one yet.
to me a good point and shoot like the Nikon P80 that I use is nice and easy to figure out. I have never used a DSLR camera
A agree with Chaos....to me it comes down to a digital camera that offers the right option set. point and shoots have come a long way over the years, and if it has a good lens you are good to go. I actually use a DSC-F828 from Sony and its got to be 10 years old by now!
Mine is a "bridge" camera: a "point and shoot" with a DSLR-style body:
A setup I no longer use
is that the 280?
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