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  1. These are very specific questions, very situation. One must learn when to save a life, rather than when to take a life. No one is looking to use the weapon and kill a human... assess the situation and make a educated decision on when that would be the right thing to do at the time. But that being said if ones life is in danger and they feel that it is the best to remove the threat, by all means use your god given right and protect yourself.
  2. No prob brotha Batman gregg1494 Splinter Cell gregg1494 Assassins Creed gregg1494
  3. BF4 should be sweet. My rig - i7 3770k 4.7 @ 1.32v 2x EVGA GTX 780 OC'd w/ Skyn3t rev 3 BIOS Gigabyte UP7 Samsung 840 pro 256gb RAID 0 Seagate 2tb Patriot viper 3 1866 16gb Seasonic platinum 1000w Corsair H110 NZXT Switch 810 8x Corsair AF140s 3x ASUS VG248QE 5 GHz stable on prime95 for 12 hours! and IBT 30 cycles! would go higher but on air. http://valid.canardpc.com/2872622
  4. already got an awesome case.....and i probably won't watercool the graphics cards. The ones with the built in waterblocks were out of stock and the waterblocks that you can buy (for this card) are hard to find. I don't have time to hunt all that down, he wants it done NOW. I got a big enough water system to support the GPU's if i do it later. There is only 2 of them so i will be able to spread them apart enough to dissapate plenty of heat. They will be fine. as stated a few times, this is strictly for gaming. I probably don't even need to overclock it at all. Its plenty fast on its own. if its MY personal computer, overclocking is usually done - but on a friend or customers, i would leave it alone and keep it reliable. yea i saw that after i posted. Well since you wont be over clocking there is no reason(unless for aesthetics) to use "actual liquid cooling". If you are still looking for a cpu cooler and like liquid, look at the corsair h100i, it is new to the market and is a very good. For being a sealed water cooling unit. the H100 is nice but very generic compared to what i am putting in here. Thanks man! not jus the h100, h100i haha
  5. already got an awesome case.....and i probably won't watercool the graphics cards. The ones with the built in waterblocks were out of stock and the waterblocks that you can buy (for this card) are hard to find. I don't have time to hunt all that down, he wants it done NOW. I got a big enough water system to support the GPU's if i do it later. There is only 2 of them so i will be able to spread them apart enough to dissapate plenty of heat. They will be fine. as stated a few times, this is strictly for gaming. I probably don't even need to overclock it at all. Its plenty fast on its own. if its MY personal computer, overclocking is usually done - but on a friend or customers, i would leave it alone and keep it reliable. yea i saw that after i posted. Well since you wont be over clocking there is no reason(unless for aesthetics) to use "actual liquid cooling". If you are still looking for a cpu cooler and like liquid, look at the corsair h100i, it is new to the market and is a very good. For being a sealed water cooling unit.
  6. Damn Steve great build! When you get the other 840 pro put in RAID 0, and yes you can only have 2 gtx 690s since they are dual gpu cards. You should water cool shit shit. Too much good hardware to be air cooled. For the to case(tower) get the NZXT switch 810. Will be doing a build when the new Intel CPUs and AMD/Nvidia gpus come out. What will you be using the rig for editing, gaming, overclocking? or just everything and anything. PS: i7 3970x just came out =P
  7. That was actually entertaining. Got some skills. Next match Steve Meade vs 4 SMD 18s and the port!
  8. and these are the people you hear about on the news that were mauled by animals...
  9. http://www.simplyshredded.com/bodybuilding-motivational-video-the-journey-of-a-thousand-miles-begins-with-a-single-step.html
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