Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by MP, Dec 12, 2003.
I can't wait until I graduate and get a job so that I can buy toys like that for myself too
it actually wasn't expensive at all. Came out to $37 after tax, shipping and all that. Comes with two controllers, fan, heatsink, all the wires i'll need, temp sensors, and thermal grease. Pretty sweet deal IMO
when you're a college student, $37 is food for a whole week
my current computer (Celery [email protected]) is at home in pieces. The motherboard decided to take a shit a few weeks ago, so I'm trying to find a new motherboard. I built the computer many years ago, and I guess I got enough use out of it to warrant the price I paid (I bought it bit by bit)
it's weird.. I'm a CIS major, and I'm more technically savvy than 95% of the CIS majors out there, but I don't even have a working computer and I can guarantee that if mine WERE working, it would be the shittiest computer in the whole CIS department
one and a half more years
I knew there was a reason I still live at home.... get to save up more money and be able to spend some on the toys
and $37 is quite cheap for that kit. I paid $50 for a Zalman kit for the P4C's
I got it at www.ewiz.com in case anybody is curious. Pretty good deals quick shipping as well.