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Here is one of his sites Ultra Sleek. It will tell you everything you need to know about the Super Computer.
Click below to bid on, or watch on ebay.
Home Theater Gaming Super Computer
6 GB OCZ (3 x 2 GB) RAM MSI 790FX - GD70 Socket AM3 Motherboard 800 Watt Xion Power Supply Logitech ex110 Black USB + PS2 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Samsung Lightscribe DVD Recorder / Player
DVI to HDMI Adapters Included for Direct Output to your HDTV Optional
(Optional) - 1 Terabyte Hard Drive with Windows Vista Ultimate 64-bit Installed (Includes Free Windows 7 Upgrade) +$300
(Optional) - Blu-ray Recorder/Player DVD Upgrade +$300
Even do homework! All on your HDTV.
Your Computer and Gaming Experience has never been quite as comfortable as when you sit back in your recliner.
With it's Phenom II Quad Core Processor your programs will run like a dream right on your HDTV.Go ahead run 50 applications at once. With 6GB System Memory, you'll have plenty to spare.
Most Home Theater PC's will not play the latest games on the highest settings...or even at all.
This machine will run the latest games at insanely high frame rates for years to come. Guaranteed.
You don't ever have to worry about upgrading but there is no reason you couldn't, with a maximum 16 GB Ram, and it's AM3 Processor slot this machine is extremely upgradeable.
The US4850X2D from UltraSleek is a luxurious and sophisticated beauty,
no one will ever suspect you have supercomputer power in your home stereo cabinet.
In fact, they probably won't even know where your computer is!
Monday, September 21, 2009
The 525-foot Isaac M. Scott represented the latest technology and the largest Great Lakes ships when she was built in 1909. 4 years later she was sunk in Thunder Bay along with it's crew in the great storm in November 1913. 12 ships 248 sailors disapeared on Lake Huron that very same day. Model by C.T. McCutcheon Jr.
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When deployed, this kind of bomb was used at high altitudes and parachutes would deploy to float on down and destroy. I don't like the idea of nuclear bombs. Especially the fact that at this moment, we have enough nukes to kill 8 billion people, but there are only about 6 billion people present on the earth. Makes me a bit uneasy...
Brother took this one