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Mithril P4: Being Updated!

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by bsodmike, 4 Jan 2004.

  1. The Spyder

    The Spyder What's a Dremel?

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    Glad to see someone else uses mac pro keyboards on PC's :D
     
  2. Malvolio

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    4500 SGD = $2,655.50 USD

    4500 SGD = £1,445.95

    Using current market values. Close estimates though bsodmike! Nice setup :thumb:
     
  3. Dragosoft

    Dragosoft What's a Dremel?

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    Nothing personal, but i think you have too much money... you can give me too :hehe:
     
  4. RR5

    RR5 What's a Dremel?

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    Lets setup a Swiss bank account for all of Bit Tech. Let cash draw some nice phat interest.
     
  5. The_Sub

    The_Sub What's a Dremel?

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    WOW!! That is one bright workspace. I like it though. I like it alot.. Great work! :thumb:
     
  6. bsodmike

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    Haha no no, 2K odd just for what I picked up in Singapore. I paid for the Alu Pbook in November (some SGD4800) and my older one in England in April :D
     
  7. Fraggster

    Fraggster What's a Dremel?

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    D A M N ! !

    :jawdrop:
     
  8. JeffPH

    JeffPH What's a Dremel?

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    Nice Case :)

    well done BSODMike :) awesome case :)

    :clap: :clap: :clap:
     
  9. bsodmike

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    Thanks for all the comments guys. I was bored so added up how much I spent (but this ain't the full total, but it is close):

    S$ 4554.72 - £1557.81 - $ 2591.74

    Hrm, a little more than I thought...BUT most of it went on stuff for the OfficeBox which I will start working on sometime next week. Right now I'm just enjoying the perks of having two boxes but Soul Caliber 2 is taking up alot of my time :D
     
  10. Gnemelf

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    looks great man :) love the look of the whole setup. :rock:
     
  11. NzC

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    Nice setup! I also got those speakers! Arent they just beautiful!!! My parents arent too happy with them tho, lol!! Also, that LCD? I got the same one (b-day was jan 7) but i had to order it with my parents and i got it for 509 USD? Was your $875 US? That seems high. Oh well, nice job at any rate!
     
  12. bsodmike

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    Actually I remember looking at your thread about your gifts that were sitting there and you couldn't touch 'em...argh I can imagine the torture :p

    The TFT was actually S$ 875 = $ 516 but I got 5% back on that bringing it to $ 490.20!!

    Not bad eh?

    Singapore is great cause they give back the GST...to aliens only tho :p
     
  13. Fyberwire

    Fyberwire What's a Dremel?

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    Wow bsod. It looks great. Great Lian-Li you got there.

    And man, you have WAY!!!!!!!! too much money to spend on computer parts there....

    But great case anyway, supberb job.
     
  14. TekMonkey

    TekMonkey I enjoy cheese.

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    If you don't mind bsodmike, how old are you?

    Do you still live with your parents? I'm not sure whether you do or not, because you said that you had to run it by your parents. Because if you do still live with them, you are one lucky guy (assuming they bought the stuff for you. and if they didn't, where'd you get the money? :worried: ;)).

    I would kill for a setup like that, in fact I just might... :worried: lol j/k
     
  15. bsodmike

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    My dad passed away in March 2002 so I live with my Mom when I am here in Colombo, technically the house is mine so she lives with me :D haha!

    Its another asian thing, we live with our parents and take care of 'em till we die.... and I more or less am the CEO of my dads company along with Mom, and thats the source of the moolah :D
     
  16. TekMonkey

    TekMonkey I enjoy cheese.

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    Okay, I just wasn't sure whether you were a teenager who still lived at home or an adult who's parents lived with them.

    Sorry about your dad, but congrats on the CEO part.

    What type of company is it?
     
  17. bsodmike

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    Imports, exports that sort of thing, shipping business ;) NOT dealing in Arms :p
     
  18. Malvolio

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    Sure your not dealing with human limbs? I hear they can pull in quite a bit :D
     
  19. RR5

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    Look everyone, Malfoleo is volunteering!!!

    When I first started to get into case mods, I was against using light inside a case. But the more I see how people use it, the more I like it. :thumb:
     
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    I was just chatting with YoDuh and TTi on IRC and realized that I could use my new TFT on the left with my linux server under the desk as it supports 'source selecting' as it has DVI as well as regular VGA. Now to find a nice 15ft VGA cable....think anyone could help?
     

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