Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
i've done similar before, now i want to do it again
doesn't work too well, the beer can version is much better
Well, I don't know how well she does (the "Johnny" writing this is not a guru), but there is a pretty looking "girl" at the bottom of that system, which claims to be a MILF.
Oh, my name is not "John" or anything like that, actually.
i didnt understand what you said
Cougar <--> MILF
johnnyguru.com is a PSU review site
the phrase "how well she does" should be obvious now, speaking in terms of both PSUs and hot women.
i made a thread where i screwed around and made up a few cantennas. this convo gave me the idea.
Damn, think that radiator is thick enough?
When I was designing my loop I had limited space up top. I was impressed with the reviews of the alphacool monsta radiators. So I got one. It works great. Now I got another motherboard that allows more space above and I kinda want to add another radiator.
@chev, Theres a monster right across from that cougar...
I made a word play with the word "cougar"; as it can both mean a Puma or an older, still fertile and sexually active, atractive woman.
did it help?
the results are in the thread. about a 15% gain in signal strength.
New Project ..Old Case.
Sent my old Cosmos S to the Powder Coaters.
Assembling the troops for battle:
What is the nekid kit?
Seriously though, Magic.
My guess was some older G.Skills.
Maybe Samsung Green?.
if its ram war, im on your team lol
If we guess the mystery kit do we get them? I believe those are your 2400 Tridents.
Today I cleaned my box and I took some pictures.
everytime I see a DCII 7970 I want one!
but itll mean sleeving more cable haha
one of my first watercooling setup, good old days...
ino it's not hardware, but it's gonna be played with hardware
and i didn't pre-order det game just brought it for about 62USD/49euro's and with the normal price in my country of around 109USD/86euros
Please purchase another cooler for that CPU
Nice shots though
Once upon a time.
Pentium 4 3.0 GHz(Model 630)
Foxconn 45 CMX(945GC+ICH7)
1 GB DDR2 667 MHz RAM
80 GB Seagate SATA HDD
450W CHEAP PSU.
Photo? Here you go.
Specs in my profile.
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