Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
go outside, its the best light you could ever imagine
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.
This is any good ???
Not bad Is that the Ti?
stefanels clean your stuff bro
and CP, i love your kitteh
2Bad i live in a cave and shake VIOLENTLY.
last photos with my 560Ti before sending the card to the new owner...
One thing I notice about techie people is that mostly have cats including me.
I don't have cats, my Deltas would shred them. Kebab anyone?
I can't help but say shiny for that sneeky.
Real shame is the finger prints aren't even mine, I have someones mark from around the globe
I can see like, 2 prints, that's about it.
quick make a glove out of it and rob a bank XD
also is that a thermaltake?
or zalman? but sure its a thermaltake?
Nice critters you've got there.
Those are some nice hardware you got there especially the pussy cat.
She does all my overclocking
lol im wrong.
my new optical drive came today ^^
yes OEM version i don't need the retail with a bundled version of PowerDVD8 or 9 since i already got version 11 installed
lol it's not called Samsung, but "TSSTcorp DVDWBD SH-B123L ATA Device" i didn't knew that Samsung was also called TSSTcorp
Nice drive, it's what I have. Although mine's currently sitting next to my computer, still plugged in though.
TSST= Toshiba Samsung Storage Technology
Is Toshiba-Samsung Storage Technology Corporation. Just like all LG-branded optical drives carry HL (Hitachi-LG Data Storage Corporation).
so Toshiba and Samsung makes their drives together, why not cheaper for both that way
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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