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I've got a HWBot postbit smile.gif

Been doing some SuperPi tweaks research, and have had some interesting finds... I'll try to post them tomorrow.
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A car wreck has bumped everything back a bit sad-smiley-002.gif
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that a huge setback, got pics?
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I never get how manage to get their rig outside. So much moving and connecting. mad.gif

It would be cool if I found a way to keep my tower outside and my monitor inside biggrin.gif
    
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I never get how manage to get their rig outside. So much moving and connecting. mad.gif
It would be cool if I found a way to keep my tower outside and my monitor inside biggrin.gif


There is no obstacle too big that can get between a bencher and a higher score. That's just how we are, people will go to great lengths of effort (IE subzero cooling, it's not as simple as just bolting on a pot or SS head) to score higher and higher, that thirst will always be there and no amount of effort will go unused to quench it.

 

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There is no obstacle too big that can get between a bencher and a higher score. That's just how we are, people will go to great lengths of effort (IE subzero cooling, it's not as simple as just bolting on a pot or SS head) to score higher and higher, that thirst will always be there and no amount of effort will go unused to quench it.

That post is amazing jjjc! thumb.gif Also very very true wink.gif
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The wreck wasn't that big of a deal, but It's still going to set me back several hundred. And I'm poor, so that's several hundred from the computer fund, not from the what-if-i-wreck-my-car slush fund.

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There is no obstacle too big that can get between a bencher and a higher score. That's just how we are, people will go to great lengths of effort (IE subzero cooling, it's not as simple as just bolting on a pot or SS head) to score higher and higher, that thirst will always be there and no amount of effort will go unused to quench it.

^true. Although it was rather cold outside.
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