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Wow, this is just awesome. Not to many people can say they truly "built" their computer, from scratch lol.
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Originally Posted by WiR3D-kNiGhT View Post
Fine ill listen to your educated opinion.
IF you prove to me your educated enough to have an opinion.

Otherwise shutup forever, because this is some serious accomplishment.


Where's your hall pass?

This guy spent tons of time doing small logical operations. That is to be respected, but it isn't any kind of impossible feat. People have done this many times, in different mediums. Hobbyists have tons of time to spend on things like this.

This is like someone building an engine by manufacturing the parts. Awesome, but not really groundbreaking.
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Where's your hall pass?

This guy spent tons of time doing small logical operations. That is to be respected, but it isn't any kind of impossible feat. People have done this many times, in different mediums.
True that. Either I just got hit by some serious deja vu or an article like this was posted on ocn a year or so ago. i feel like it used the same exact picture too.
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Where's your hall pass?
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Will the clock stop at 0:01 if he cuts the red wire?
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I bet his GPU is bottlenecked...
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post #27 of 35
It looks like it took him four years...I doubt that there isn't many people on these forums that couldn't do something like this if they worked at it for four years and applied them selves to learn the needed knowledge

It basically is a copy of the kind of stuff they did in the 1960's with a some newer concpets added. Don't get me wrong, it is cool and all, but this probably isn't going to help him get a job any where.
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post #28 of 35
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Originally Posted by Iceman23 View Post
Nerd alert
Because this is OCN, this statement has little to no effect on this guy.

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Originally Posted by Singular1ty View Post
I'd be more amazed if I hadn't seen that 16 bit ALU on minecraft already.

In b4 "But can it run crysis?"
But can it run Minecraft?

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I look at that and all I can think is "meth is a hell of a drug"
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But can it run Minecraft?
Can it run minecraft, while a virtual copy of itself runs in minecraft?
now that would be impressive...
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I think it's pretty intense.
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