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Old 31st March 2004, 06:54   #1
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Excellent work ..... nice pics ..... you guys need a female staffer.
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Old 31st March 2004, 13:24   #2
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Very nice pics. Mach II
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Old 1st April 2004, 00:52   #3
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I liked the old madshrimps logo better :
http://www.madshrimps.be/forums/img/logo_bottom.jpg

Ok who makes these lookers and where do I buy them (maybe some stats too )


Allright, now who's who in this pic
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left to right:

calantak's half, Jay-Jay, part of RichBa5tard, dur0n, me

and i believe that's one of the new Papst's you're showing ... but by looking at the type, this is an industrial model - not to be obtained via your everyday webshop
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and the price is outrageous: roughly 150 euro a piece
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Heh I got a look-a-like for free at work

haven't tested it yet and it's a 220V model so I'll have to guide a powercord inside but that's for when I'm starting work on my own pc , I think it's about 240 mm but not sure though, I have no clue as to what cfm it can push but I'm guessing it's a lot and not that loud afaik cuz it has some serious "rollagers" (ballbearers?)

PS: what's best btw, ballbearing (rollagers) or needlebearing (naaldlagers)?


That Tyan quad opteron mobo looks super but I think it'll cost well over the 5000 cuz I've seen a quad Xeon from Tyan a while ago and it was about 5500 , if I remeber correctly
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grmbl this "not being able to edit" is really starting to bug me :grum:

I meant what's best for silence, ballearing or needlebearing.
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Needle bearing runs quieter than ball bearing.
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