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EmuZombie    140

... your girl friend has a newer, better, faster, computer then you and refuses to buy or let anyone buy a 3d card for it?

yeah.... she's got an atholon 1.2ghz... and here i got an old celeron 300 oc'ed to 450mhz

hell.. it's even got a free agp slot and she's using the built in video...

think if i switched them she'd notice?

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Kheldar    0

nah just wait till her backs turned and slip it in :)

*AHEM* you know what I mean :p

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Glowstick    3

switch mobos, she won't notice... :D

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Elliot B.    1,849

What does she use her computer for EmuZombie? If it's for stuff like Word etc., then swap (like Tom Servo said)! Then again, if she's l33t, and plays UT etc., I reckon she'll notice ;)

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Glowstick    3

Nah, I don't think she's l33t and UT playing, or else she wouldn't use the onboard graphics.

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Marshalus    54

Thats pretty sad that you'd steal computer parts from your girlfriend.

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Marshalus    54

I only steal them from my grandmother, and even then it was only that one time. ;)

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aco    0

Does she know about computers?

mmm who cares, just "slip it in" as Kheldar said... :D

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Glowstick    3

I'm sysadmin at work and I regulary steal computer parts thru the whole company. I upgraded in 6 months from a 400mhz celeron with an ati xpert98 to a 866mhz p3 with a gf2mx.

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DjmUK    0

Well my bro knows phuck about computers :) and he's just started a foundation I.T. course, and he once said he wanted me to build him a pc :ninja:

So...I may just buy the parts and stick in my MoBo/500MHz celeron for a really nice MoBo/Athlon ;)

I'm glad I'm not the only one who thinks this way...hehehe

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