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Originally Posted by DiNet View Post
STOP QUOTING PICS
pretty please
it's so god dam annoying
Buy more ram up up your speed and you will be good
most new users dont know this and is hard to mediate
post #342 of 7172
That was my set up for a few months. Had to post a sign that read, "Warning!! High Voltage!!" cause everyone wanted to touch the topless PSU.

post #343 of 7172
This is a PS3 40GB cooler cooling and elevating a laptop.
Slippery, yes. But I'll improve on it soon.





Bought the cooler at a local game/PC parts store for S$10.
Five 5V 40mm fans in there, cheap crap sleeve bearing variety. Can't expect much for 10 bucks, LOL.

Runs off two USB ports and also has a couple of ports at the back.
Meant to plug right into and fit a PS3, so I got two USB extension cables I had lying around, and then connected the laptop to the cooler.

Working nicely so far, though its a little noisy, sounds like a HVAC.
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post #344 of 7172
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56K modem? DSL?

I think it's because quoting someone's pic post (or someone's quote of a pic post) makes it harder to read the page at a glance, and you lose track of who originally posted what.

I have DSL and it's not a speed issue for me, but I have to read everything slowly and carefully to make sure I give the right people credit...and that's hard to do at work where you have to read at a glance and then minimize quickly.
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Originally Posted by Dorkseid View Post
I think it's because quoting someone's pic post (or someone's quote of a pic post) makes it harder to read the page at a glance, and you lose track of who originally posted what.

I have DSL and it's not a speed issue for me, but I have to read everything slowly and carefully to make sure I give the right people credit...and that's hard to do at work where you have to read at a glance and then minimize quickly.
So your having trouble reading?
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So your having trouble reading?
........................................

No...I'm having trouble sifting through several dozen pic posts that are so nested in quoteland that they don't even fit on the screen when the window is maximized. Plus I can't follow the story at work if I have to scroll, scroll scroll up and down to follow the provenance of a single post, especially if I have to switch to Excel suddenly.

And I'm not even the person who first complained about it, I'm just offering my view of the problem.
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Does using tape to hold you dust filter in place count?
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One of the screws poked through in the middle, so I cut off the water to that channel. It worked on a geo metro once...



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My old case took a dump on me, stupid generic cases, I hate being broke! I wanted to game so bad that I put everything on a box and played it like that, also had to use a thumb screw to start it up on the power pins. Ghetto as hell and believe it or not, it ran much cooler and I was able to overclock like madd!


Edited by JonnyFenix - 7/7/10 at 1:34pm
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Better internet signal via bouncing waves back to my wireless adapter.

Nothing like free internet.




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