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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#5 - Kingsteveooo
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User avatar #8 to #5 - semilunarknight
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This is the most beautifully animated spinning toast I have ever seen, and in my line of work I see a lot.
User avatar #29 to #8 - cfeuer
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(02/25/2013) [-]
the faces(front and back) are one polygon. that wouldn't be a bad thing except for those polygons have probably 30 vertices. you only want 3-4 vertices per polygon. thats why as the light changes, you get those dark black bars
#10 - tonst
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#33 - budbrown
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**budbrown rolls 34**
#34 to #33 - budbrown
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User avatar #36 to #33 - stillnotbob
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Is there even rule 34 on American Psycho?
#46 to #36 - VaultTechy
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Sexually Oblivious Rhino asking about Rule 34...
Sexually Oblivious Rhino asking about Rule 34...
User avatar #41 to #36 - gamebug
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I believe the very nature of rule 34 negates your question.
User avatar #40 to #36 - emptysuperman
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Yeah, it's called American Psycho.
User avatar #42 to #40 - stillnotbob
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Not very hardcore though
#47 to #33 - baconmansenior
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how bout dis
how bout dis
#65 to #47 - elmoose **User deleted account**
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**elmoose rolls 60**
#20 - pepemex
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#27 - piobaireachd
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#30 - peedee
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#6 - biggrand
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How it feels. . .
#23 to #6 - anon id: 4933cd6b
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The ending of that game.. .oh God..
User avatar #45 - endlesslulz
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Computer is kill
no
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User avatar #14 to #13 - theonetruegilda
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Yes and no. When i built mine everything went smoothy, the hardest part would be neat wireing and making sure every part is compatable.
#15 to #13 - anon id: 089e2728
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No. But you have to open up the power supply and twine the black and red wires together properly with a screwdriver. A phillips will work, but I recommend a flathead for this. Do it very tightly, the wire's rubber shield should break a little bit by the time you're done.
User avatar #31 to #13 - pulluspardus
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only when you are installing your CPU you need to be careful because they're little chips and they are prone to static, just plug them in with anti-statics.

the rest is just plugging in stuff on your motherboard and making sure you have enough voltage (just buy the best PSU they're not expensive)
#43 to #13 - darkrulerxxx [OP]
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Not hard to build a computer, just time consuming and you have to be real careful with handling the parts. As Illusiveman said, the processor chip, if handled incorrectly, can damage the pins real easily so you gotta do it right, preferably the first time.

Sometimes if you got everything wired up but no display shows, you gotta re-seat the parts (manually remove and insert it back in) individually until all of them are working.

Really hard part is bundling all the wires together and making sure they are not hitting the fans, mobo, or anything else that can cause damage.
User avatar #25 to #13 - kyrozor
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It's literally pluging things into other things, just gotta be careful and not be too rough with the poor little guy.
#12 - sirbrentcoe
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(02/24/2013) [-]
why would you manually power-cycle your tower like that? that's what the restart/shutdown function is for on your OS.
why would you manually power-cycle your tower like that? that's what the restart/shutdown function is for on your OS.
User avatar #16 to #12 - whitcher
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If it's crashing
User avatar #22 to #12 - IAmManbearpig
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aint nobody got time for that.
but mostly if it starts flipping **** and shutting it down through your OS isn't an option