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    My friend decided not to buy parts for his new computer until the nforce4 came out due many problems with nforce2 and 3.
    The biggest security threat is the user.

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    Quote Originally Posted by techieMoe
    I must laugh at the mental picture I get when I hear "duel" booting.. Imagine a lightsaber battle between MS Windows (Sith) and Linux (Jedi) over which OS you will use today.

    "The source is strong in this one...."
    Dude your a GEEK!

    Nice job :rock:
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    \"pr0n\": An anagram of \"porn,\" possibly indicating the use of pornography.

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    Geforce 6800 256MB 256-bit DDR PCI-Express x16 Video Card

    maby i use that? (its gona cost me 100$ more but i want 256bit..)

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    Quote Originally Posted by a12ctic
    Geforce 6800 256MB 256-bit DDR PCI-Express x16 Video Card

    maby i use that? (its gona cost me 100$ more but i want 256bit..)
    I can't speak for PCI-Express (since I can't afford a board that supports it at the moment) but my AGP version of the 6800 runs beautifully in Linux. You'll certainly have a much better chance of that working than an ATI card IMO.
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    i would put in a dam ultra if i wasnt narrowed down to 2000$ budget...

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    this proly isnt gona be a linux box (or most of the time), it wil proly be something i bring to lans, and have wireless on so i can steal my neighbors connection in my summer home, linux performance will be nice, but i proly wont install it till i cant stand windows

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    Quote Originally Posted by a12ctic
    ...linux performance will be nice, but i proly wont install it till i cant stand windows
    *shrug* More power to ya, I guess. Most of us passed that point long ago.
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    ill defenatly have windows and a v. oof linux on it, im really not just up for emulation...

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    This summer I'm going to finish Jedi GNU/Linux 0.2

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    Quote Originally Posted by lakerdonald
    This summer I'm going to finish Jedi GNU/Linux 0.2
    Good for you man! I'll check that out later.

    This Summer I'm going do some (very basic) Python programming - The last time I programmed was Java, and I really had no use for it Now I just want to try for pleasure
    I am always doing that which I can not do, in order that I may learn how to do it. - Pablo Picasso

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