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Re: Sandy Bridge Rig

Post by 4hams on Thu Mar 03, 2011 11:22 am

SavageNFS wrote:I demand before and after pictures... :D:
I second the motion! :D:
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Re: Sandy Bridge Rig

Post by SithTracy on Thu Mar 03, 2011 7:19 pm

I thought I posted a before somewhere.... Can't recall where. Got what I needed from ASUS today (FAST)... Have to take it to a FedEx drop location tomorrow... Then I wait... I tell you though, I am really starting to like it, defective or not. Going to be sad tearing it down tomorrow and doing without for a couple weeks.
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Re: Sandy Bridge Rig

Post by SavageNFS on Thu Mar 03, 2011 7:26 pm

right...you're going to be sad and you like your rig. I get it and feel really bad for you, but where are the pictures I demanded? This isn't just about you, Tracy. WTF?
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Re: Sandy Bridge Rig

Post by SithTracy on Thu Mar 03, 2011 7:39 pm

I posed 1... Look on page 1 of this thread... Sure, it is unflattering, but it is way faster than my AMD Phenom II x4 940. WOW faster... That said, I may still be getting a Thuban x6 AMD rig for the wife and kids. On the fence on that decision. My NewEgg wish list is full...
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Re: Sandy Bridge Rig

Post by SavageNFS on Thu Mar 03, 2011 7:45 pm

Fair enough...I was just giving you a hard time as usual. I hope the RMA is fast. It seems like it has gone really fast from when they announced the flaw to the point of RMA existing boards, so I'd be optimistic. I'm guessing around a couple of weeks thinking

Let us know...
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Re: Sandy Bridge Rig

Post by smduff on Thu Mar 03, 2011 8:19 pm

SithTracy wrote:I posed 1... Look on page 1 of this thread... Sure, it is unflattering, but it is way faster than my AMD Phenom II x4 940. WOW faster... That said, I may still be getting a Thuban x6 AMD rig for the wife and kids. On the fence on that decision. My NewEgg wish list is full...

Well I'm looking at an upgrade soon so if your interested in my 1055T let me know.
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