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so... arrived at home and a box from Amazon awaits me...what it could be?

 

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19,387 packing peanuts, and a 6 inch USB cable.

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Well open it and show us!!!! :D

 

 

Edit : Well that was boring. :P

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oh thanks Amazon, i was really needing...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MOAR PAPER!!!

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I know! I know!

 

Its a box from Amazon!

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I know! I know!

 

Its a box from Amazon!

 

Boxception?

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Walmart is worse. Ordered five outfits and five or six toys for my son a while back. A huge box arrives and I'm thinking its all in one box for once. Nope. A huge box for five small outfits with a bunch of packing paper and the toys all came the next day each in its own box.

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Walmart is worse. Ordered five outfits and five or six toys for my son a while back. A huge box arrives and I'm thinking its all in one box for once. Nope. A huge box for five small outfits with a bunch of packing paper and the toys all came the next day each in its own box.

:laugh:

 

they Matroska you!

 

 

well, anyways i did a little joke on you guys! It's this baby that arrived today!

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I want... :P

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Looks like a space heater.

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Looks like a space heater.

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Looks like a space heater.

 

In essence, it is... :)

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Nice, the N54L? What you gonna do with it..... ? :shiftyninja:

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Nice, the N54L? What you gonna do with it..... ? :shiftyninja:

 

right now i'm having late night snack with her (i named her Rachel), then let's see if i get lucky... :blush:

 

 

 

... and install Windows Server 2012 R2 on her. :laugh:

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right now i'm having late night snack with her (i named her Rachel), then let's see if i get lucky... :blush:

 

 

 

... and install Windows Server 2012 R2 on her. :laugh:

 

Which port are you going to plug into?

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Which port are you going to plug into?

 

gonna install via USB but this is just to fidle with pre-made VMs i have to see the performance; then i'm going to use the N54L for backups, data repository, Plex and join it to my home lab.

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gonna install via USB but this is just to fidle with pre-made VMs i have to see the performance; then i'm going to use the N54L for backups, data repository, Plex and join it to my home lab.

 

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lol i was reading your post and i thought "damn english, i don't understand if he's serious or just trolling"... :laugh:

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So thats where my server went... please send to Magalia, CA USA... thank you

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How much did you pay for it? I ended up getting a Gen8 for $349 and I'm going to upgrade the cpu later to the Xeon E3 when its affordable. Right it'll make for a perfect FreeNAS box as a backup to my ISCSI Promise Raid

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Yup, typical Amazon.  I received a laptop yesterday from them and it came in a box that could have held 10 of those laptops and had about 30 feet of those inflatable air packages filling the gaps.  

 

They could greatly decrease their operating costs if they learned how to package things efficiently.

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Yup, typical Amazon.  I received a laptop yesterday from them and it came in a box that could have held 10 of those laptops and had about 30 feet of those inflatable air packages filling the gaps.  

 

They could greatly decrease their operating costs if they learned how to package things efficiently.

 

If they're like sites over here. it's packed by robots so everything ends up in the same box.

though the robots aren't usually used for bigger items like that, and they're usually shipped in their regular manufacturer box. most manufacturers double box anyway, with  grey shipping box outside the actual box. The robots also don't do airbags, they use a shrink wrap plastic to hold the items down to the bottom of the box. 

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right now i'm having late night snack with her (i named her Rachel), then let's see if i get lucky... :blush:

 

 

 

... and install Windows Server 2012 R2 on her. :laugh:

 

Get a room, ok?

 

:p

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I thought this was going to be one of warwagon's guessing games again, but then I noticed that he wasn't the OP. :laugh:

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