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  1. (FIH) The Don

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    go outside, its the best light you could ever imagine
     
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    Light and stability is the most important. Even on my iphone, if I can get stable hand and good outside lighting, the pictures come out amazing. Like these. For a damn phone, I say these are some amazing shots.

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    This is any good ???

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    Not bad :) Is that the Ti?
     
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    de.das.dude Pro Indian Modder

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    stefanels clean your stuff bro :D


    and CP, i love your kitteh
     
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    2Bad i live in a cave and shake VIOLENTLY.
     
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    last photos with my 560Ti before sending the card to the new owner...

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    One thing I notice about techie people is that mostly have cats including me.
     
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    I don't have cats, my Deltas would shred them. Kebab anyone?
     
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    I can't help but say shiny for that sneeky.
     
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    Real shame is the finger prints aren't even mine, I have someones mark from around the globe:roll:
     
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    I can see like, 2 prints, that's about it.
     
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    de.das.dude Pro Indian Modder

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    quick make a glove out of it and rob a bank XD
    also is that a thermaltake?
    or zalman? but sure its a thermaltake?
     
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    nzxt havik120
     
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    :rockout::rockout: She does all my overclocking :p
     
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    lol im wrong.
     
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    my new optical drive came today ^^

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    yes OEM version i don't need the retail with a bundled version of PowerDVD8 or 9 since i already got version 11 installed :roll:

    lol it's not called Samsung, but "TSSTcorp DVDWBD SH-B123L ATA Device" i didn't knew that Samsung was also called TSSTcorp :laugh:
     

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    TSST= Toshiba Samsung Storage Technology ;)
     
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    Is Toshiba-Samsung Storage Technology Corporation. Just like all LG-branded optical drives carry HL (Hitachi-LG Data Storage Corporation).
     
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    so Toshiba and Samsung makes their drives together, why not cheaper for both that way :laugh:
     
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    FYI

    Toshiba - Samsung = TSST
    Hitachi - LG = HLDS
    Philips - Lite-on = PLDS
    Sony - Nec = Optiarc (?)

    The profit margins (at least on regular, non-BD drives) are so damn small that they simply had to found the virtual companies mentioned in the list above.
     
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