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The newegg order is due in tomorrow! But Petras doesn't say anything about a tracking number or anything

Too bad its finals week. Except its not the finals that kill my time, its the stupid 4 hour graduation practice 3 times this week. Who needs 12 hours of practice for a 30 minute ceremony?
I just hate USPS's tracking, it = fail! haha Good luck with graduation and congrats. I agree though, it is overrated, practicing like that.
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post #32 of 34
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And even worse, my post lady is the laziest ive ever had by far. My poor watercooling supplies will be sitting by the street at the bottom of my mailbox And I live on a main road, anyone could grab it! My cpu was left in a pile of snow in the winter.
post #33 of 34
I hope everything arrives safely; I'm sure you'll like H2O (I know I'm not going back to air).

I know what you mean about USPS; out mailman is a slowpoke as well; and our UPS driver is a short fat lady who can't even reach the pedals without having a block of wood duct taped to the pedals.
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Sorry about the delay, everything has arrived safely, but the fans I've been using aren't quite powerful enough to get decent performance out of the rad. Just ordered new 110cfm ones, along with a UV radgrill to mount with. And a new keyboard.

Unfortunately I didn't use enough UV dye in the water, but everything else is fine!
I'll post up pics once everything is finished.
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