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  1. GreiverBlade

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    i still have a Ps2 sadely no PSone, but any of my games i play them on my Pc or smartphone, with the help PCSX2 for the PS2/PC and FPse for the PSone/phone :D
     
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    i leave that here ... no comment ;)
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    Narf, I reinstalled Win 7 and deleted half a day work of my Excel-inventory list (and my whole xxx-collection :cry:).
     
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    you sound like Pinky in "Pinky and the Brain" poit. :roll:

    i have to say ... external HDD enclosure FTW (Thermaltake Max5 active cooling) and ... ROFL :roll:
     
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    Crap mainboard, but awesome color ...

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    the k7s5a pro was a very good board. Used one in my uncles build till the caps finally blew about 4 years ago.
     
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    Weighing the coolers for the inventory-list.

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    Hmm, I like "Pinky", somehow ... narf.
     
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    zort... i understand ;)
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    Damn what a nice collection of old Zalmans and other pretty coolers :)
     
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    I guess we can say that...he's a real metal fan! (put on glasses) Yeeaaaaahhhhhhh
     
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    Found this BFG GeForce 7300GT 256MB sleeping in a DELL Athlon x2 box.
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    Wow! Nice collection, would you happen to have any 120mm DC Centaur IIIs, Model CNDC12X4P-974?
    I bought a mid 1990s Clariion RAID ARRAY from CraigsL back in 2008 and have fallen in love with these 12V 0.37A 4.5W super fans. All six have been running since 2008 in various systems.

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    Old school Memory Cube..
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    Bid on ebay for a Noisecontrol Silverado this week. I'm lookink for this cooler for about 2 years now. Very rare part with a 50g silver-plate (real silver) as heatspreader. No other bidders, I bid 28€ (nearly 39 US-$) fell asleep and ... lost it. Zort! The only one I've ever seen at ebay, and I'm losing it. More to come, got still some work to do.
     
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    stinger608 Dedicated TPU Cruncher & Folder

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    well damn, that is a bummer Backfire!!!
     
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    Indeed. Over the weekend, I had a bid on a matched pair of NOS tubes for one of my amps. Some good old Mullard 6DJ8s, NIB and matched. Got sniped, final price was $37. :(
    Turned it around, though. Managed a snipe myself on a pair of NOS Sylvania Green Hornet tubes, matched and balanced. $24 shipped, and they will sound better than the Mullards! I've been looking for a NOS pair of Green Hornets for a while(never thought to check ebay, for some reason), and finally found them for a song on ebay.
    Will post pics when they arrive. I can't convey just how excited I am to get my hands on these. They should match the GE JAN 5670W and Senn HD650s nicely.
     
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    A bummer that Ebay's auto-bidding usually is not very helpful since it only drives up the price (other must bid higher than your max bid, rather than your current bid).
     
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    YEP totally ... quite a letdown (and mainly a reason why i seek "direct buy" only ... >.<
     
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    Wow, that truly sucks :/ Interesting cooler I have to say.

    Got a free Celeron D 331 (Prescott 256kB, LGA775, 64bit), I need to overclock the crap outta it when I get some thermal paste! ;) Also going to buy an E4500 for my #2 rig, the seller said that I can have 3 Celeron D 347's (Cedar Mill 512kB, LGA775, 64bit) for 5 euros too :D I already have 3 spare LGA775 CPU's (Celeron D 331, Pentium 4 530 & Pentium D 925) so I guess that some weekend is full of beer & Netburst OC'ing.. Just need a better cooler for #2 rig, I bought a HR-02 Macho rev. a, but I actually put that to my main rig, and got rid of that Antec 620 AIO..
     
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    ahahaha i did the opposite .... i had a HR02 Macho Rev A B/W when i got my SG09B i had to take smaller (Scythe Katana 4) and then Cooler Master Seidon 120V (µATX build benefit more from a AIO WC than other rigs)
    and i have to say it is the only AIO that cost less than the Macho, Swiss Macho : 63chf Seidon 120V 56.50chf

    also i sold the DC7900 but with the crap S775 cooler that was in the DC7700p and i use the copper base HS in the DC7700p now :d 1 fan less only PSU and front fan ... more silence!
     
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