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Well boys I am finally home from Afghanistan and I have started picking up the boxes of components for my sig rig from my buddies. There is so much **** and I am just picking random boxes. So far I have the CPU, 2 GPUs and SSDs

PS: Keep entering guys! make these judges work
    
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post #263 of 898
[entry]

I think I should win this case because I think my sigrig would look awesome in it, and my Z7 isn't in the best of conditions. The side panel is slightly bent and doesn't properly fit, the tool-free ODD clips have fallen apart rather spectacularly, the headphone port does not work any more (something I use for my surround sound), and the fans are rubbish. This Sniper looks beautiful, and I think it would look nice with my sigrig in it. My case in comparison is craptacular, and if I'm not careful and my case becomes unusable, I'll end up using a 12 year old Mesh case, in beige.

EDIT: If you let me win, i will give you 50% of my business profit below.
    
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post #264 of 898
That's some very nice art work there lol. I'm just not sure that the rest of the world would go along with drilling a GIANT hole into the earth and plus it would probably cost you more money to drill said hole than you would ever make from your electricity lol. Nice try though.
post #265 of 898
I would like to have that case because it looks cool. Along side my antec 900-2
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post #266 of 898
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That's some very nice art work there lol. I'm just not sure that the rest of the world would go along with drilling a GIANT hole into the earth and plus it would probably cost you more money to drill said hole than you would ever make from your electricity lol. Nice try though.
Not to mention the fact that it relies on Perpetual motion, something that is impossible. The brick going down generates the exact same amount of energy as is required to lift the other one. Thus, the maximum amount of energy that could every be extracted from this setup was the amount put in - when you lifted the brick.
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post #267 of 898
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Not to mention the fact that it relies on Perpetual motion, something that is impossible. The brick going down generates the exact same amount of energy as is required to lift the other one. Thus, the maximum amount of energy that could every be extracted from this setup was the amount put in - when you lifted the brick.
Even our race can't even drill half way into earth's continental crust and oceanic crust. Also, the pressure would crush the drill. Heat will rise to melting points even diamonds can't withstand so that's impossible. You're trying to replicate convection with bricks and gravity.
post #268 of 898
[Entry]

I moved from my country to the USA in search of a better future. I moved with my sister and lived there with her, sharing a room with my 3 nephew. Given the conditions I could not take my computer with me so I decided to just bring the parts in the hopes of building it back at a later time. Having to settle with a PS3 for my gaming needs. I have moved from my sister place and you can see from my Sig PC that I still need a case and I am currently planing to get a case and upgrade parts since the parts are getting old. Curently I have a laptop (Dell XPS M1530) that can bearly play games StarcraftII ^^can so the Case can come at a good time if I was the lucky winner of the contest. Anyways Happy Christmas to everyone!
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[entry] For enorbet2, error10, gonX, Melcar, and TFB.

These individuals have in my opinion been part of what makes this forum great. They aren't perfect or flawless but when it counts they have been very helpful to me and others. Each one has definitely provided a great deal of useful information and support to myself and other members in the Linux section. A specific example is hard to come by but they all have links to threads they started that are full of useful information such as Melcar with his ATI in Linux help threads, TFB with his Ubuntu user guide threads, error10 for his satire thread on windows along with the Linux hardware guide, enorbert2 is always helpful for even the dumbest of questions. I think these individuals deserve a little return for all they've contributed. I hope that you, the judges, will consider them.

Thank you,
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post #270 of 898
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Well boys I am finally home from Afghanistan and I have started picking up the boxes of components for my sig rig from my buddies. There is so much **** and I am just picking random boxes. So far I have the CPU, 2 GPUs and SSDs

PS: Keep entering guys! make these judges work
Glad to hear you made it home safe.
Even happier your getting sig rig beefed up!
    
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