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July 28, 2005



Holy crap, talk about overkill in a beige box! I just can't see spending X thousands of dollars on a computer. But glad to hear your wife is doing great. And glad to see you're still alive as well.


Hey, it's not beige, it's green!

I didn't spend "X thousands of dollars" on it. That's the beautiful thing. Total cost delivered was $1260.


For what you got in that machine, that was worth every penny. And is that the case with the clear-boxed power supply? That's just awesome.

And no Dave, it's not narcissism. I enjoy your reviews of games and check here just about every day. I just wish you would do it more often... :-D


Thank you, Jay. *sniff* Your words mean a lot to me.

Yes, that is the power supply. 500 watt, because there are TWO hard disk power plugs connected to the video card!

H.M. Stryx

hmmm... you do know we could have built this for you cheaper. Anyway, congrats on the AMD64 tech.

I just recieved my copy of XP Pro x64 today, 16 months since I bought my AMD64 in 2004. That's a testament to how tight things are over here with the ongoing fight against Texas courts illegal decision to protect my child's abduction (28 USC Sec 1738 Paragraph E - Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act).

We just renewed our reseller status with a few firms and should have the www.militechsystems.com computer manufacturing firm up in a few days. Web hosting services are also scheduled for a mid-August public launch, coinciding with the date of the original kidnapping in Texas (August 18th 2001).

Despite some rather blatent demands for money from the LLC in a new piece of defamation (9-30-2003), State and Federal Authorities still refuse to seek criminal charges on the grounds that 'custody matters are civil, and this remains a custody matter' despite supporting threat to murder in the seperation and concealment and justification of abduction on the grounds of my denial of access to corporate credit lines for personal use by the abducting parent.

A recent CPS investigation closed in 6 days without contacting any witnesses, and the day the letter arrived clearing the abductors we recieved 13 virus emails to my personal account - all trojans of the same base type disguised as various attachements, vcards, and signature files. The attack was unusual because it hit only one address (the one I used in Dallas), and ended the same day it began - pointing to a single source. Retaliatory strikes like this are typical of the behavior pattern we have seen in attempting to take action against this abduction, including several IP-based attacks on company networks and domains tracable to Dallas facilities where the abductors had network access.

What a country...

H.M. Stryx

Is that box SLI-capable (2 PCI-Express slots?)

I'm debating the 7800 GTX SLI vs. X1600 Radeon, and SLI is the decisive element in going NVidia.


I didn't get an SLI capable box. I figured by the time SLI was an affordable idea, there would be a video card twice as powerful anyway.


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