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About Kr0nus

  • Birthday 08/17/1979

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  1. You know you can just link your PS3 to another Windows PC on your network and see all of it's media right? I did it with Windows Vista (ewwww) and 7.
  2. Louiswheel, I still have that hatch cover UlrichWolf. I really don't think you want to go against my new bike. I can go almost 100 MPH in 1st. It has 193HP. It's no joke. I'm still up for the challenge though, very confident that I can beat a Maxima. I've beaten a modded STI and a Elise on twisty roads rather easily..... Hmmm Zero is selling his? Well I have some other financial matters that I have to take care of (like a divorce) and I just bought that BMW cash ($19k).
  3. I was in Iraq and Qatar. My old car was up for sale? s*** I could have bought it back......I live in Union City now. I'll look up the details on the nationals and see if I can make it.
  4. What's up everyone? I don't even know if anyone will remember me it's been so long. Anyway, I've been overseas for a while and now I'm finally back and in the San Francisco Bay Area. I don't have a Starion still, but I did buy a new 2010 BMW s1000rr recently. It's pretty bad tail. Anyway, I should be around the forum a bit more now and I still plan on getting another Starion one of these days. Here is a pic of my new bike: http://img835.imageshack.us/img835/8333/p1010047s.th.jpg Uploaded with ImageShack.us
  5. I ran distilled water and (some) water wetter just fine. I still do on my bike. You really don't need to run true anti-freeze unless you are in a freezing environment. I used the water wetter for lubrication basically. Distilled water has far less corrosive properties over normal water. Water wetter helps with corrosion as well too though.
  6. I would be buying a gaming laptop for gaming. I'm not going to buy a full sized desktop and ship it to Iraq and suck up all of the dirty power in my trailer. My wattage jumps by as much as 20% and I haven't re-wired my line conditioner yet. I hate Apples. They don't have anything that I need. They may be fine for you, but not for me. I can't play hardly any games on it unless I run boot camp or something in which case why the hell did I buy a Mac in the first place? I admit they do look cool and they are good for certain people, I'm just not one of them. I'm not some Windows lover either. PC's and Windows just have everything I need. I'll admit a lot of games are coming to Macs, but Macs still haven't added real enthusiast cards to their products yet. I used to build PC's as well. Have you seen an OLED screen next to an LED screen before? They have come a long way. They have deeper blacks because you can turn the pixel off and they can be much brighter than LED's. They still aren't viable in most cases (mostly due to cost), I just liked it because it was bright, vivid and bleeding edge new. I ended up buying the Sager. Their customer service already has an "A" in my book. I emailed them to ask if they were in stock and they emailed me back the same day. Then we emailed back and forth so we could find a solution to getting the laptop shipped directly to me in Iraq instead of to my house in America.
  7. I read the mechanics were basically the same. Have I been mistaken? Or is it just really hard?
  8. Inflation, there really isn't any getting around it. It's been happening since money was created.
  9. It depends on the game (on both platforms), but the PS3 does 1080p as well (extremely well). Some games come out in 720p on both platforms. The PS3 doesn't really put anything in 480i or p, well unless you throw a DVD or a PS2/1 game in it.
  10. Cooling technology has come a long way. I read the reviews on the Sager and everyone said that it stayed cool. The only complaints about the cooling was the decibel of the cooling fans. I'm not too worried about that.
  11. Of course Macs are fast. They don't have any 3rd party programs. It's easy to be fast when all you can do is surf the internet and enjoy some media :biggrinumbrella1:
  12. Meh, I'll just buy the Movie on Blu-Ray when it comes out separately.
  13. The Sager still ends up being less than $2k for what I want on it. I wanted an Alienware for a long time because I work for Dell. But, even with my employee discount they are overpriced. The build quality on the Sager is supposed to be really nice too.
  14. One would give me near infinite geek points, but the other I could play games on. Here is the UMPC I'm thinking about getting: http://www.oqo.com/ It's got a OLED Touchscreen, GOBI internet connectivity and it looks so freaking cool! Or I could get this Sager: http://www.sagernotebook.com/product_customed.php?pid=51114 17", Blu-Ray, 9800GTS, 4GB of RAM and a steal of a price. Which one would you guys get?
  15. I just ordered it on Amazon. So, I should get it next week (I'm still in Iraq). I wanted to get the collectors edition, but it is $139! It comes with the game, a figurine, a movie, the soundtrack and a guide. Unless that figurine is gold plated it's not worth the price. I would have got it for $80 though.
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