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Haven't had an experience like this in a while, I guess we just get used to piecing them together after a while. I really wouldnt want to visit this kind of emotion again. Im too unstable as is.
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Lol, every single time I put a new rig together, it's like this...

Excited!!.....Oh s**t.....Woohoo!.....what the hell???.....Yes!!!
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Haven't had an experience like this in a while, I guess we just get used to piecing them together after a while. I really wouldnt want to visit this kind of emotion again. Im too unstable as is.
LOL I definitely had a rollercoaster of emotions doing that last night.

At first, excited that the mobo was able to POST and nothing was DOA... Then nervous due to some newbie mistakes when putting the components in the case... then excited when its done... then another freak out when it didn't boot... now I'm just relieved (at least for now).
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Core i5 2500K GA-Z68A-D3H-B3 EVGA GTX 570 G.Skill Ripjaws 2x4GB 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Crucial M4 128 GB, 2x Samsung Spinpoint 1TB ASUS DRW-24B1ST 24X Windows 7 Professional Dell U2410 + ASUS VW246H 
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Silverstone Strider 750W CM HAF X 
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