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post #14511 of 28613 Old 11-02-2010, 11:37 PM
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Doesn't he live around Muscle Beach some where?
yea.. he's in Cali on the water.

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Isn't that a Nissan? I don't think most people will ever know how good of a car that was, or the joke I just made.
Yea. That's a Nissan.. Formally Datsun. Changed in 1981 to Nissan Motor Company. The 1974 had a 2.6 liter straight 6 cylinder. There was a dual overhead cam head for that one but it was Japan only. It had Twin Weber Two barrels with a double intake. It used leaded fuel. The car was capable of 155 mph on the straight highway with the 5 speed @ about 5500 RPM.. The car was a very high revving motor and usually ran at about 3200 rpm crusing in fouth gear. 5th would drop you to about 2500 RPM.. It is the kind of car that needs no A/C, no Radio, no power anything.. It is a drivers Car through and through... I loved to just hear the engine roar and changing the gears would almost produce an Erection at 4400 rpm..

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Amen Bro...

Now we were talking about the overheating MOSFETS on the 790X-G45 board so I ask you..
E. This is exactly what some of the people do to the modded boards like I have. Rockr's right though you probably won't even know it.

Oh yeah. English Dot Soon, Ni-Sun, in German. Nippon motor corp, aka, Nippon GMBH.
My favorite was the B210, one uggglyyy car but it got like 43mpg!

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B-210?

http://jalopnik.com/307976/1975-datsun-b210

Duh-dah-DAAAAAHHHHH!!!
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B-210?

http://jalopnik.com/307976/1975-datsun-b210

Duh-dah-DAAAAAHHHHH!!!
Yeppir! That's the baby. But mine, um hers, was green, dark metal flake green.

Oh, PapaSmurf. I figured it out. I used a free partitioning program. Now I have to back up & re-install.

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I'm doing another clear window for a customer. The sheet I buy is big enough to make two. Anybody want the other one? PM me for price.
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omg B210!!!



Nice Z-car, General. It's 'my little black go-getter's grandfather'. *hint*

LOL...what is this Mushkin Radioactive series DDR3? Gaudy is an understatement.

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WARNING RADIOACTIVE







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Nothing seems impossible in this cutting edge computing era when so called Radioactive Memory comes into play. Mushkin Logistic GmbH, a leading manufacturer of high performance computer peripherals, has recently launched its revolutionary triple channel (DDR3) memory kit by the name – 998679r. The 998679r Memory is a perfect combination of high end technology with skilled design. Steffen Eisenstein, CEO of Mushkin Logistic GmbH proudly proclaims, “This kit is the ultimate combination of newest technology and fancy design.” He also adds, “The response for the “radioactive” heatspreader was huge, now we will have a hell of a party on DDR3!”

This triple channel memory kit has been designed in an aluminum casing with yellow featured modules. The kit at present is available in a capacity of 6GB (3 x 2GB) and works at a frequency of 1600 MHz. The timing being 7-8-7-20 at a voltage of 1.65V and includes heatspreaders that are radioactive themed and featured with Advanced FrostByte technology. The “gamma-ray” heatspreader along with power usage of 1.65V and a high frequency of 1600 MHz meant for overclocking ambition, an unbuffered DDR3 RAM type is all featured in this small chip. Its bright yellow color sported in an aluminum heat-spreader jacket with radiation symbols on it might appear a bit scary, but the technology and features packed in this small chip is sure to steer the market.

Last but not the least the 998679r kit includes everything that you look for – a RAM of bigger capacity, low latency, and high frequency – all in a fancy packing. So, with 998679r Memory Kit, your search for a perfect memory kit for your system ends here. Packed with a lifetime warranty, the 998679r Radioactive Memory Kit is ready to hit the stores soon. However, the exact pricing of the Memory Kit is still not known.

http://www.technotalks.com/reviews/m...active-memory/

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but they are still using that stupid green PCB
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New idea troops. The optical drive bay and the tool less locks were messing with the clean look I have going with my HDD cover and false floor so I made a cover for it too.




I'm going to make another out of non vented sheet metal as soon as I scrounge some up to match the other two pieces
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