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|System Name||White Phoenix|
|Processor||Intel Core-i7 2600k @ 5.0Ghz 1.45v 24/7|
|Cooling||Dual-Fan TRUE (Lapped)|
|Memory||G.Skill 16GB (4x4GB) 2000Mhz CL9|
|Video Card(s)||nVidia GTX 480 SLi|
|Storage||Crucial RealSSD C300 256GB|
|Display(s)||Dell 'PLP' - 2007FP | 3007WFP-HC | 2007FP|
|Case||Antec p190 (Modded)|
|Audio Device(s)||Creative X-Fi Titanium PCIe|
|Power Supply||Silverstone 1000w (Single-Rail)|
|Software||Windows 7 SP1 Ultimate 64-bit|
idk, be thankful for what you've got..coputational power is the only thing important in the universe,
What a narrow minded and sad comment- go outside. All this "progress" comes with a cost.
If somebody offered me infinite computational power, but the world is so polluted I can't go outside and enjoy the countryside/mountains where I live in Wales, I would tell them to shove it.
Don't get me wrong, I love a new graphics card as much as the next enthusiast, but I don't take my sandy bridge out of it's socket every night to have a toss over it...
Actually, my argument was that sufficient computational power would make pollution impossible.
But you're right - I didn't mean that it was the only important thing.
Obviously, life and happiness are the only thing that is important. But with infinitely powerful computers, we could experience such things at magnitudes higher scales.