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you can make the computer do the heavy lifting for you... and that's all that really matters in the real world. biggrin.gif

Depends on what industry you're in wink.gif When you work with and sometimes engineer bioengineering components calculus comes in handy frequently.
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Can I join too tsm106





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Thanks that's my first rep. point.cheers.gif

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Yeah... KaRLiToS has was too much money and too much extremely beautiful hardware. wink.gif But at least he shares the hardware pr0n with the rest of us to live vicariously through him. biggrin.gif

Speaking of which, have you figured out how to hang any more rad space off that case KaRLiToS? Or are you going to just break down and get a CaseLabs case one of these days. I'm thinking a TH10 with a pedestal or two should keep your ever expanding appetite for cooling in check. smile.gif
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Depends on what industry you're in wink.gif When you work with and sometimes engineer bioengineering components calculus comes in handy frequently.

Well, even if that were the case I would still have a computer doing the heavy lifting. But maybe that's because that is my industry. I don't need to know how to use the math - at least not directly - I just have to know how to make the user's requirement and the CPU's arithmetic processing meet up and have coffee. wink.gif

Of course, sometimes it might be nice to actually test the output on something really complex... but users are so used to crap software these days I have to admit to just using them at times. They will definitely yell if something isn't working right. lachen.gif
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Yeah... KaRLiToS has was too much money and too much extremely beautiful hardware. wink.gif But at least he shares the hardware pr0n with the rest of us to live vicariously through him. biggrin.gif

Speaking of which, have you figured out how to hang any more rad space off that case KaRLiToS? Or are you going to just break down and get a CaseLabs case one of these days. I'm thinking a TH10 with a pedestal or two should keep your ever expanding appetite for cooling in check. smile.gif

I'm probably not as rich as you think wink.gif . I only have 346 000$ in my bank account (coma at wrong place). I'm gonna keep this rig for a while I think, I will probably get the 900D. Not sure. I think I'll have to settle with what I have now.
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I'm probably not as rich as you think wink.gif . I only have 346 000$ in my bank account (coma at wrong place). I'm gonna keep this rig for a while I think, I will probably get the 900D. Not sure. I think I'll have to settle with what I have now.

Lol, yea Content yourself with the kindof rig I could only afford if I started selling organs. tongue.gif
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So order is placed and my new crossfire card should be here by tuesday. I got this one what do you all think?

http://www.amazon.com/MSI-DisplayPort-PCI-Express-R6850-CYCLONE/dp/B004HKIA2Y/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1362027459&sr=1-1&keywords=msi+r6850+cyclone

Im linking it with my Sapphire version, not pretty but effective.
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Well, even if that were the case I would still have a computer doing the heavy lifting. But maybe that's because that is my industry. I don't need to know how to use the math - at least not directly - I just have to know how to make the user's requirement and the CPU's arithmetic processing meet up and have coffee. wink.gif

Of course, sometimes it might be nice to actually test the output on something really complex... but users are so used to crap software these days I have to admit to just using them at times. They will definitely yell if something isn't working right. lachen.gif

Yah, exactly, I work in a medical laboratory where there is outdated software, tons of patches applied through middleware solutions, and in addition to doing a little informatics and testing/verifying I'm also charged (annexed) with maintaining the hardware all of that stuff interfaces with our decaying information systems. I'm pretty much the only computer/hardware guy in a lab full of naive girls who are just 4-5 years out of MLS school (second shift has its perks! wink.gif). I've had to replace a few PCB components in a few analyzers on the fly in the past since our service guy was 5-6 days out. I've been hailed as a gentleman and a genius among coworkers. Middle management here I come! lol

It's crazy what can happen when a little know how and the opportunity for application comes along. Guys like my dad and my grandpa have been tinkering with tubes and transistors (large cpus) for years. It's a novel ******* idea these days to replace some component on a board rather than throwing it out! Get a book, a soldering iron, flux and solder and you are well on your way to being the hero of the day!
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