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More like big black guy showing all the other big black guys to be different & to be there selves instead of the same cocky serotype
word....

be yourself...
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More like big black guy showing all the other big black guys to be different & to be there selves instead of the same cocky serotype
exactly!!
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You do know what is happening in this process right ?

I can give you some WAAAAY better methods then the oven.....

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Thats nice but as they say a bird in the hand is worth 2 in the bush.
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Successful Mr. T is Successful Mr. T

hehe but nice job.
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I didn't realize you could even turn a system on without a heatsink of some sort.. that's pretty cool. Good that it worked :thumbs:
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Nicely documented. I'm glad to see that you get to put that card to good use now instead of it just being an expensive paper weight.
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Wow, you don't really fit the average demographic of a computer enthusiast at all lol.

Cool fix, I would guess something was lose and the heat basically resoldered it in the correct fashion, similar to how the xbox360 towel fix works.
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Thought I was having deja vu because of this http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1421792 lol

Cool **** man, glad you got her workin and good to see that some folks on here work out
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Nice to see you got that SLI setup going
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Thought I was having deja vu because of this http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1421792 lol

Cool **** man, glad you got her workin and good to see that some folks on here work out
Hmm didnt know that existed!.. I guess thats irrelevant anyways because this is Overclock.net & am sure everyone would rather a member here give the thumbs up that it works than some stranger on another forum site.
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