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  1. The Old Fahts Lament Unsuitable content for anyone under 40.
  2. Thought for the day ....... There is more money being spent on breast implants and Viagra today than on Alzheimer's research. This means that by 2040, there should be a large elderly population with perky boobs and huge erections and absolutely no recollection of what to do with them.
  3. Ah's got to git me a shovel or maybe a backhoe.
  4. It is possible to reject BS from both the Administration and the Conspiracy Theorists. I try, not always successfully, to avoid forming an opinion while being sucked into a whirlpool of bull crap.
  5. It's tough to separate fact from fiction when we're buried in a shitpile containing both, but we should try! Please read this thoroughly for more information. http://bit.ch/217.php How did all those who were killed get on that missile? "Bumbling idiots in power?" No news there. It's a world-wide epidemic. :eek2:
  6. @Poisonsnak The reason AS3 is "preferred" on the nF2 nb is because it has a concave top. Rather than applying a thin coat the idea is to apply whatever amount it takes to fill in the air gap. Someone made the case that thick coats of AS3 conducted heat better than thick coats of AS5 but I don't recall where I read that info.
  7. Here's a nice test for either CRT or LCD monitors. From http://www.benchmarkhq.ru/english.html?/be_monitor.html Monitors Matter CheckScreen Download "Freeware This is one of the best programs intended to test your monitor! It will allow to properly adjust the monitor before testing. Then you will be able to perform the following tests: colour, focus, geometry, power supply, streaking. CheckScreen has a separate tab for LCD testing, which contains the following additional tests: crosstalk, smearing, pixel check, tracking!"
  8. Yup. I know that dog. He's now our Governor. :eek:
  9. Here's something along the same idea. "Mozilla Optimizer is a tool which optimizes Mozilla, Mozilla Firefox and Netscape settings in order to considerably boost page loading. For example, it enables HTTP Pipeling and Keep Alive to keep the TCP overhead low while retrieving the website content. All these changes can be made manually, but this tool makes life a little bit easier." http://www.softpedia.com/get/Tweak/Browser...Optimizer.shtml It works for me.
  10. I hope that these two articles won't "fail" you and that after you have digested the details you will realize why no one person could possibly take the time to answer your question. www.anandtech.com/guides/showdoc.aspx?i=2282 http://arstechnica.com/guides/buyer/system-guide-200411.ars Egads, bag the computer stuff and get yourself into law school! :shake:
  11. Absolutely the whole troot and nutin but da troot except for minor embellishments. (The replacement monitor is drop-dead gorgeous!) Hale, it was so much fun I may do it again when I'm certain that the replacement oil pump has no desire to lubricate the whole fookin world. :nod: Found out that you can't corner the world's oil supply with one measly VISA card.
  12. Yeh sobol ole son, I'm blind as a bat without my bandnew specs (new eyeglasses). But just for you I put them on, turned up me hearing aid and put in my choppers (teeth) which fit far better now that the dawg's (dog has) chewed on 'em (them) a bit. If you carefully re-read your original post it points to perhaps not the solution but to the first thing you could have checked. I had to re-read your sig several times...what the hale (hell) has sobol got for a PS? Ah, there it is "Chieftec 360-302". A quick Google shows that as 360 watts, the specs of which I leave to you. If your signature is incorrect about the Chieftec please insult yourself. :shake: I could be wrong but even with a perpetual drool, chronic hemorrhoids and left eye that won't stop twitching, I ain't blind. GL to you.
  13. Yeh, gotta watch it a'fore I get blabby again. Guess I'd be really pushing it if I said, "Hi, bypolar". :shake:
  14. "To understand better how memory behaves on the Athlon 64, we tested a cross-section of some of the best memory currently available in the lab. This included new Samsung TCCD memory form PQI and G. Skill, familiar Samsung TCCD from Geil and OCZ, top performing Micron-based Crucial Ballistix, and the latest Hynix DT-D5 memory from OCZ." AnandTech: http://www.anandtech.com/memory/showdoc.aspx?i=2226
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