Quote fromThought I'd contribute since I'm new here.
My cousin on the left.
You are all too attractive to compete with, though.
Can I have her number? Both good looking people.
Quote from "Daemaro" »Which part wasn't a personal attack?
The part where you assumed everyone from Geeksquad (where he works) knew nothing and got paid too much?
Or the part where you actually said:
He could of been more helpful in his first post, but he's not at work, he gave the OP a few ideas of what to look for.
On the other hand YOU came in and made it your prerogative to make a personal slight against him and where he works.
Lesson learned for you?
The recommended total Power Supply Wattage gives you a general idea on what to look for BUT it is NOT a crucial factor in power supply selection! Total Amperage Available on the +12V Rail(s) is the most important, followed by the +5V amperage and then the +3.3V amperage.
Robert Kiyosaki Dollar / Dow Jones going down big time. December 12, 2006Where are we at in this crash? These charts are a good indicator
Part 1 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BAHcR8sOeQ
Part 2 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QRUDLFUIXLg
Money, Banking and the Federal Reserve - Ludwig von Mises Institute (41 Min)Chris Martsenson's crash course on economics, probably the best 3 hours you can spend for the next 20 years of your life. It covers the 3 E's. Economy, Energy, and Environment
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kondratiev_waveThe history of the US dollar, how we got robbed, how this economic mess was destined to happen, and why change is unlikely with our current system -- Dr Lawrence Parks.
There is quite a bit of info on Nikolai Kondratieff on google
Unfortunately no Umpa, your Motherboard would have to have the SLI already built in. Most likey since your using a 6200 it is probably AGP which means your Motherboard does not support any of the new cards which are all PCI express...So basically to get SLI you would need to get a motherboard that is already SLI compatible. I am hoping that when Diablo 3 comes out the Minimum requirements won't be to bad... judging from the game play vid though, I would say that they are not to demanding. Also...if you don't plan on getting a new PC by launch time...I would look into the 6600 it is a really nice AGP card I use to own it..you might be able to find it on newegg. As far as your Random Access Memory goes AKA RAM, I would say that you have a good amount...If I was not helpful enough please let me know.Quote from "Umpa65" »I kick it old school with a GeForce 6200. Its enough to run wow perfect with 2.5 gigs of ram. I most likely wont have a new comp by the time d3 comes out..or i might, i have no clue really. Is there anyway to MAKE my comp sli compatible ?