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post #14331 of 28613
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it's under licenses: Windows Product Key
Thanks, got it now. Actually looks like I have 2 extra copies. Hmmmm!
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Pics as promised. I repainted my false floor and HDD cover, the stripes were clashing with my new OCN window sticker and I painted in the '' ATI Radeon" logo and stripe on the 5870.


Tres cool, Tres Tres cool!
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BTW Guys.. here is some new pics of my new build I am doing for a close friend of mine.

Mui Cool, Mucho Macho Mui cool!
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and im an EVGA fanboy..... but thats more because they make sexy stuff :

i personally will never buy another XFX product again as when a 5770 i stuffed in a build for a friend died it took them 5 weeks to get back to me about an RMA then 5 MONTHS to get me a replacement card and that was only after making threats about going to the BBB and posting bad stuff on every sight i frequent. but in their defense that is the first product of theirs that i have had a problem with of the dozens i have owned/used

you can see my love for EVGA in the reactor....

and now that i flashed all 3 BIOS(s?) my second card is working again and all is well with the world

well mine at least
Me too!! Evga fanboy, or fanman! I busted my typing fingers for them, they paid me back for it! Lifetime warranty, if you fry it they'll replace it, as long as you ship it back with the accessories you recieved it with.
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New video card (ASUS EAH5850 DirectCU) is installed and working perfectly, running the 10.10c hotfix drivers. Windows 7 gives me a 7.7 graphics score now.

While I was doing that, I swapped the Linksys wireless adapter out of the Linux box into the Scout since there were no Linux drivers for it. But it should be fine in Windows, right? I mean, it worked great under XP. And I put the Netgear wireless adapter from the Scout into the Linux box, since I know Linux supports it. Well, as it turns out there are no Windows 7 drivers for the Linksys adapter either, and I can't convince it to use the Vista drivers. So now I have internet on Linux but not on my Scout! That's the last Linksys wireless adapter I ever buy! I'll solve it with a new wireless adapter after I get paid in a couple days. In the mean time, I'm still online, just on the Linux box.
Edited by Izdaari - 10/28/10 at 2:29am
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post #14336 of 28613
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Originally Posted by mongoloid View Post
I highly...no wait, absitively posilutely recommend this:



to anyone that wants possibly the most precise and comfortable mouse I have ever touched in my entire life.

It's amazing really..I feel like it's about to come to life and gnaw on my hand.
I want one, I've wanted one since I saw the first pictures of them. I really really want one. Why should I care how much it costs, if it lasts as long as it looks like it will then it's really really worth it.

I have this one, it's pretty nice in it's own right: http://www.coolermaster-usa.com/prod...roduct_id=2951

Edit: @ Izzy. Yeah us too. Didn't packe the linksys WRT160n in an egg carton and it crumbled during the move. Come on it's only 7 miles!! That thing always gave me trouble. Got a cheap netgear temporary like, will get rid of that for a super secure Mac Air, re-furbished of course.

Edit #2: @ Striker: Yeah the 4000 is a lot of machine for just doing cases but if you ever buy a house or get into etching glass, you'll be very happy you got the 4000!
Edited by BriSleep - 10/28/10 at 2:31am
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when i have finished building my stand, i will take photos of the mount
    
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New video card (ASUS EAH5850 DirectCU) is installed and working perfectly, running the 10.10c hotfix drivers. Windows 7 gives me a 7.7 graphics score now.

While I was doing that, I swapped the Linksys wireless adapter out of the Linux box into the Scout since there were no Linux drivers for it. But it should be fine in Windows, right? I mean, it worked great under XP. And I put the Netgear wireless adapter from the Scout into the Linux box, since I know Linux supports it. Well, as it turns out there are no Windows 7 drivers for the Linksys adapter either, and I can't convince it to use the Vista drivers. So now I have internet on Linux but not on my Scout! That's the last Linksys wireless adapter I ever buy! I'll solve it with a new wireless adapter after I get paid in a couple days. In the mean time, I'm still online, just on the Linux box.
May I recommend this adapter. It is completely plug n play in WIN7. I bought one for my sons PC and it worked so well I got two more, one for my daughter and another to replace the Netgear pci unit in the Scout. Both kids have XP and I had to use the disc, but when I plugged it into the Scout running WIN7, it was automatically installed. I haven't had a problem to this day.

Oh and it supports the latest encryptions like WPA2. For $20 + free shipping you can't go wrong!
    
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I want one, I've wanted one since I saw the first pictures of them. I really really want one. Why should I care how much it costs, if it lasts as long as it looks like it will then it's really really worth it.

I have this one, it's pretty nice in it's own right: http://www.coolermaster-usa.com/prod...roduct_id=2951

Edit: @ Izzy. Yeah us too. Didn't packe the linksys WRT160n in an egg carton and it crumbled during the move. Come on it's only 7 miles!! That thing always gave me trouble. Got a cheap netgear temporary like, will get rid of that for a super secure Mac Air, re-furbished of course.

Edit #2: @ Striker: Yeah the 4000 is a lot of machine for just doing cases but if you ever buy a house or get into etching glass, you'll be very happy you got the 4000!
i agree with you on the mouse thing. if it lasts and is a solidly built/functioning platform i cant see a reason to not spend on it. i have a Logitech G-500 that has been wonderful for almost 3 years. i would like a new mouse though as this one docent have a thumb support for my long/fat hand and its always dragging and getting in the way with FPS... no so much with my MMOs though... (and i got it for like 25 bucks at a circuit city going out a business sale which helps allot)

for the wireless thing. if its made/endorsed by Cisco you will get a grate product 99% of the time.

and the 4000 is more than i need but the way my family takes care of the tools we have im sure it will last for quite a while. and we already use it around the house ALL THE TIME. i was fixing a cracked tile in my shower and i needed to chop off/radius a corner for the shower head. 30 seconds with a diamond wheal and one of the orange stone grinding drums and it fits better than the ones that were installed professionally
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I have this one, it's pretty nice in it's own right: http://www.coolermaster-usa.com/prod...roduct_id=2951
I am looking for anew Mouse as well... and, I have been SO, interested, in that one!

Ever since I first saw it, it really caught my eye and I keep thinking it would go really well with m new Logitech G110 gaming keyboard and its illuminated keys...

But I am so reluctant to get it because, unfortunately, no one Local sells it and I very loyal to Logitech products. Only other Mouse I've seen that compares is the Logitech G-500; and it just doesn't look as... sexy, as that Cooler Master Sentinel Advance!

Unfortunately, the only way I can get it, is if I mail order from like, Newegg... and, I just can't see myself buying a Mouse like that, without being able to walk in to a store first and put my hand on it.

I found a thread here on OCN dedicated to it, and posted there asking questions about it, but its a 6 month old thread, and no one posts on it anymore, so no one ever responded.

How long have you had it Bri?

Does it get dirty very easily?

I read that, the Cooler Master has had a lot of problems with the software that comes with it; and that there is supposed to be some sort of software update for it, coming soon.. do you know anything about this?
     
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