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Discussion in 'Safety valve' started by geestar20, Feb 5, 2005.

  1. FredBun

    FredBun Active member

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    omeg, thanks for that pic, I also love dark screensavers, I saved that baby.
     
  2. omegaman7

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    No problem. Hey, isn't that why this thread is here ;)
     
  3. greensman

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    So did I... :D
     
  4. omegaman7

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    your welcome guys. I'll likely run it for weeks myself. Been rather lazy about making my own. And I do get a certain satisfaction from doing my own. Perhaps tomorrow, if I can get something to inspire me ;)
     
  5. cincyrob

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    im sure some have seen this site, i just fond it myself. some sweet stuff here.

    http://interfacelift.com/wallpaper

    nothing major here i just think its cool. a FA/18 Super Hornet creating a sonic boom
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    pretty cool.

    who wouldnt want to go 1180 mph,,,????lol
     
  6. omegaman7

    omegaman7 Senior member

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    I would rob. I'd even wanna go faster :O

    Here is a wonderful DARK windows 7 background :D
    Location

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  7. sammorris

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    Wow, I like that. Don't suppose there's a 2560x1600 version?
     
  8. shaffaaf

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    thats sexy, and tnx for the 1920 wallpaper.


    heres mine:

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  9. omegaman7

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    oops wrong pic i uploaded lol

    this is mine:

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  11. sammorris

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    I'm afraid to say I can't immediately tell which PSU that is :p
     
  12. omegaman7

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    Quite the bundle of wires it has there :D

    Sam, when I make wallpapers, I try to do a 2560, and then resize for my current resolution. Since eventually, my future 30" monitor will be ready for that res! I was considering using a special plugin for that particular wallpaper, in an attempt to upscale it with minimal to no quality degradation. But then I saw JPG artifacts. That's quite infuriating when people compress the P!$$ out of wonderful pics. Perhaps I'll attempt a similar or better wallpaper this weekend. Having browsed a few dozen Windows wallpapers, I'm finally being inspired. I may just play this weekend :D
     
  13. Pop_Smith

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    Here is the picture I have for my background. I took this picture at a local auto show back in January.

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  14. sammorris

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    Nah, it must be a low-end unit, as there's very few cables coming out of it compared to typical PSUs. :p

     
  15. omegaman7

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    I was simply attempting to keep it somewhat relevant to the thread LOL! You're right though. I believe my 700W OCZ is almost double that. It has an insane amount of cables. Certainly when ran in my mid tower. I could barely stuff its wires somewhere...
     
  16. shaffaaf

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    Excellent review, only going further to show that not all high-end PSUs are alike (and indeed, that only a few are any good!)
     
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    Fantastic review and I likes the website too. :) Thanks!
     
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    Nice ride!! Might do some work on that picture.
     
  20. Mik3h

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    What car is it?
     

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