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  1. Gzero New Member

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    How is Server 2008 student related?

    :confused:

    Do you even use any of that at college?
    Throw VB .net in the bin, it's useless in the real world of programming.
     
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    google Dreamspark

    They teach it on my course... so i may aswell have it.

    I wont use it at college, but i'll definitely use it in the future :p
     
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    a woman who can cook, game & work a dremel?? holy lord!!! marry me!!!
     
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    Your thinking of Black Panther, I'm a 19 year old male ha ha
     
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    oh....ummmm *wonders how to get out of this gracefully*

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    I can cook and game too though ;)

    I've been told i look good in a skirt aswell! XD
     
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    o_O

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    *slowly backs towards the door & runs for it*
     
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    Why does this always happen to me! *cries*
     
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    dont worry, Im sure you'l make a fine gal some day
     
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    Anywhom!

    Need a new 775 cooler as I managed to buckle my freezer 7 pro!

    Currently looking at Scythe Ninja 2 ( but I'm not sure if this will fit in an antec 900 with side fan)

    or the Zalman CNPS9500A-LED Aero Flower this should fit+ it has a leds that match XD

    Any other reccomendations the Ninja 2 is my limit budget wise.
     
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    Ninja II's are awesome! I used to have one and it rocked.

    Silent cooling? yes please.

    Only spare cooler i have is a stock LGA775 one, and im keeping it incase the loop ever fails.
     
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    OCZ Vendetta2's are getting a lot lot cheaper. some can be bought for almost under or around £20 if you can find them - most you expect to pay is around £25. its not a bad cooler for the price but there are better ones out there.

    as for it fitting in the Antec 900. I have a Antec 902 & what i did was cut one of the corners off the fan i attached on the side panel to have it fit in with the cooler no problems at all - they dont even touch. I'l upload a pic in a sec to show you.
     
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    Ah cheers fella, just bought a OCZ vendetta 2 for 22 pounds including postage : ]

    Going to fit a hiperflow 120 mm led fan though :D

    MMM BLUE GLOW
     
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    heres a basic idea - all you need a Jigsaw blade or a Dremel with a cutting disk on.

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    a bit of a rough job on my behalf -I dont have a dremel, or sandpaper - all i had was some broken off jigsaw blade that i picked up when I had some builders around building our extension.

    once i get into a stable job with constant stable income I will start to invest in tools
     
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    I'm getting a Dremel for my birthday , but until then mine will be a rough job too :p

    cheers fella reallyy helpful.

    Edit: woo! found 120mm fan grills nearly exact same as sunbeam ones
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Logisys-FG202...0?hash=item35a35fe97c&_trksid=p3286.m63.l1177

    Pretty expensive because of the shippinh but I might be able to get multi purchase discount or something.

    no point buying until I get my dremel though :p
     
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    I smell BBQ :cry:
     
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    Lies! It's way past the UK BBQ watershed...

    *goes outside to BBQ some hotdogs*
     
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    thats wat we use at uni except its pro version an it works very well, ill be using it to program a advanced reverb machine in my second year
     
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    lol - you have no idea - honestly!!! we use to have a polish family living 2 doors down & they use to have a BBQ at least 4 days a week. even when it was RAINING - there would be one of the standing over the BBQ holding a newspaper over his head to soak up the rain while he was cooking his chops.

    all weather is bbq weather!!
     
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    Now that's dedication right there! (although it is a given that if you do a BBQ in the UK it will most likely rain, even if there are no clouds in the sky when you start :p )
     
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    Necropost!

    Lets get this going again guys, who remembers those long romantic talks into the early morning?
     
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    DrPepper The Doctor is in the house

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    I just want to remind everyone that the UK rocks !!!
     
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    Fly-by smap from a fellow brit :D
     
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    Not a British but I am studying in the UK right now, can I join?
     
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    I say yes :p
     
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