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  1. Miljan88

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    Am not good at taking pics :)
    Gemin II,Gainward 4870GS,Crosshair IV and Corsair HX650W :toast:
    Edit: U can see custom painted (by me) Antec 900...last pic.
     

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    hope you mount that cpu better :laugh:
     
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    hammer Time xD
     
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    DON didnt you have an i7 rig?? why downgrade was you i7 that bad?? dont get me wrong the maximus 2 is a great board much better than the original maximus and the maximus3 but down graDING?? I really hope to see som 600fsb numbers from you on that setup its capable thats for sure
     
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    gaaah i only had some old crappy point adn shoot shit laying around :p

    i first downgraded to a PII 965 setup, then a month later i got a laptop instead as im starting in school to study again, and then a laptop is better for me there

    but some weeks ago KieX offered me a Q9550 for a good price, and i thought i might build a dedicated cruncher just for the fun of it

    so ive been looking for a nice board for some days now, and i found one yesterday for cheap
    but it seems like he really hasnt used it or he is a cleaning maniac lol

    i got the Maximus II Formula, the E8400 and the 4x1gb dominators for around 220$, that was pretty fair for me.

    and there is still a few months warranty left on the mem and mb:)
     
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    that board is a beast as soon as you learn the settings properly
     
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    (FIH) The Don

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    thank you ;)

    i will sit down and read some more about it.

    its the firste high end 775 board ive ever owned, so it will take some getting used too :D
     
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    56k BOMB!

    Yeah boys, thats an 8GB 5.25" HDD from 1999. Rockin Windows Me(still boots) but loud as hell.

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    changed Kingston's HyperX HS with Enzotech / 1 2gb stick out of 3 sticks

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    I ordered Enzotech from ebay .... just to check out

    Default Hyper HS doesn't cool those Hyper's TM is not good :wtf:

    After changing to Enzotech's copper HS was hotter than Kingston's Aluminum HS

    I have ordered 2 more 4m Ebay & will research on OCing Elpida Hyper's :rockout:
     
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    I have an 4.3GB one here that still works and your right they are loud I also have me an old seagate 545MB HDD that's has win98se on it that still works as good as the day I bought it
     
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    If you bought it then you'll remember the price tag. How much?
     
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    errr well thats going back a fair ways I know it was hellishly expensive at the time well over two hundy somewhere round the 295 to 299 region I'll dig it out and take a snap and post it up
     
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    Thank you :):toast:
     
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    A nice close up of my Megahalems

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    I've been feeling a bit nostalgic lately:

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    Yeah buddy! I played the hell out of those back in the day. Still remember playing Decent and listening to Static-X for some killer space craft shoot outs.

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    check the threads on the old skool controller. You could screw in different style thumb controls. IIRC it came with two, a thin one and a fat headed one like the 360 above.
     
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    ahhh Descent I remember you well we spent hours upon hours of 360 degree shooter fun together great to play stoned too but that was a long time ago now
     

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