Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
Foxconn. Enough said.
Foxconn makes some good stuff. There like any other manufacture they have there flaws that need to be worked out
very nice pic an rig, like the effect on the fan, making it blur, dont no if it was ittentional lol
its fairly easy with most cameras to do that, obviously better ones have a better final effect but if you can control your shutter speed you can do things like bluring (good with shots of moving water too) you just need a stand or itl blur like hell
so i stripped my lady naked and here is an upskirt pic
and some AS 5 on her
Yeah like I said, a good camera
Give your cores a good clean up man!!!The white TM on the side...They worth it!!!
i did, after i saw the pics, i might be lapping my phenom II 965 tomorrow:-D
haha ok you win man
Go for it!
is that an arctic cooler fan thingie?
yes, i had to "adjust it" to make room got the green operating lights optic cable on my 9800 GTX+
Time to go vintage old-schkool . . .
Name 'em if you know 'em:
sorry for more same - ish pictures...but i like messing about with the cam
Re: bunch o old stuff.
Top is a GFX card, matrox maybe?
Naw, top pic is a 3DFX VooDoo 3 2000 AGP
Sound Blaster 2.0 ISA
Intel 80286 CPU @ 10MHz
Hercules Graphics Card ISA
Ensoniq Audio 4-Channel PCI
SiS Soeckt 2 motherboard
Aside from the motherboard (which I just grabbed for shits and giggles), everything else played some form of critical or important role in the ongoing development of modern hardware.
Intel 80286 CPU @ 10MHz
i lold hard for some reason...
mobile phones would pwn that in this age, its amazing how fast technology advances
My phone haz two cores
Yerp . . . and I remember when getting a CPU clocked at 10MHz was considered fast as hell . . .
and when the 80486s were rolling out at 40Mhz or so, and they were phenomenally faster than the 386 CPUs . . .
and lest we forget the video realm . . . I remember when 3D accelrators were a seperate card. There were quite a few games that required one to even be able to play properly, and during the early days of the 3D accelerator (what we now call a GPU), it wasn't unusual to have two video cards in a rig . . . one handled the day-to-day 2D video, the 3D accelerator was used only for gaming and 3D apps. A lot of 2D cards could handle some of the games, but were so slow it was pointless (like watching a Pentium4 + X1950 rig trying to run Crysis maxed out); the only solution was to spend the money on a 3D accelerator.
Around the time of the VooDoo 2 / VooDoo 3 (1998-1999), the move towards integrated 2D/3D units started to happen . . . in which case, a 3D accelerator performed the roles of a 2D VGA adapter, as well as it's 3D accelerator capabilities . . . thus was born the first GPU (although, nVidia supposedly lays claim to the title of "First GPU," that's absolute BS . . . 3DFX rightly holds that distinct honor in actual hardware form, although they never refered to their units as a Graphics Processing Unit).
okay i tried some night shooting of my Deathadder, and the room is like totally dark execpt my 120mm fan and the mouse, my lcd was turned of also
Sweet Asus case!
what are you referring to?
The mobo box
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