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Old 01-12-2007, 10:52 PM   #11 (permalink)
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if you end up selling your x6800 pm me
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Now that it's been mentioned, what's so **** interesting about folding?
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Old 01-13-2007, 01:29 PM   #13 (permalink)
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lol i always get knocked by everybody on here for spending so much money.

Yes i know that quad cores wont do crap for gaming.

I also do a lot of rendering,, 3d studio, bryce, rhino 3d, all that kind of crap.

I just like being cutting edge lol.

I drop ship a lot of high end equipment online.

I make most of my money by buying qlogic and emulex fibre cards on ebay, and then selling them to vendors over the phone. Usually i buy them for approx 500 a piece, and then sell them to vendors for 750-850 a piece.

lol i have a 10,000 credit card. I buy them up and max the card out and then sell them and make about a 50% profit and store it in paypal.

So nobody else better start stealing my idea lol


More then likely i will keep the other cpu and core for a month or so, to make sure i dont have any probs with this. If you do sell it,, it is insulated with conformal coating and stuff to block condensation, so lol around the cpu block it isnt too great looking. The board is red from coating
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I dont't care about looks. lol it will scream.
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Old 01-13-2007, 08:32 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Rhino? Autodesk inventer is where it's at. Too bad i can only use it in my engineering class, i can't afford a $3000 design program just so i can mess around with it and push this rig. Good luck with that build though.
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