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If I ever win the lotto. (1:40 000 000 odds), Im gonna to have to proceed with the biggest competitiom in the history of Newgrounds.
To enter, you'll have to tell me 25 words or less, what do think Tom Fulp's fetish is. The 10 most creative and orginal answers, will win 1 copy of every item in the Store including postage. (Every T-Shirt, Collectibles, Artist Discs, Stickers & Posters) That's $400+ of Newgrounds mechanise
Again, this is only if I won the lotto, who's knows, some years down the track I might, and this post will come into effect.
P.S. Watch this space to see if I ever win the lotto. Fingers crossed, for myself & everyone who will enter the competition, if it ever happens.
Finally going to have some fast internet.
Hoping to get ADSL+2, 24Mbps 150GB per/month. And it's only 70 bucks! Bargain
Took this at my local skatepark.
Yay! Been playin Halo ODST for the last 5 hours and I have to say that it was worth the 4 hour wait at EB Games.
.....no words can describe.
I just finished downloading the FL Studio 9 RC3. To my amazement, it seemed to happen quicker than normal. Was this a sign of the things to come, or had my parents just upgraded my internet connection.
Cautiously I proceeded to run the installer, not knowing what would happen or how things would unfold. A minute later the installer ended.
As I recovered from the epic drain the wait had put on my body, I raised my head to discover that little icon on my desktop that I had come to love over the past 5 years. But something had changed...
...FL Studio 9.....OMFG!!!!!!!!!!
Cases are mostly a simple thing; chuck the mobo into the middle, a PSU above or below, DVD/HDD drives all in the standard locations and there isn't a lot of variation - until now.
Thermaltake is celebrating their tenth year of being around (woot!), so they asked BMW to design them a case that not only bucked convention, but was so astounding that it'd make jaws drop at the mere sight of it - the Level 10 is all that and more.
Instead of packing all the usual components in the one large space, Thermaltake have moved each main component of a case off to separate cages - literally stacking them up in levels (like we first saw at CeBit).
A wide and flat foot supports a large vertical surface, off which is attached the main components. The vertical wall is hollow; and includes channels for cabling as well as an access panel on the opposite side.
Six hot-swappable HDD caddies make up the front of the Level 10, each with completely hidden cabling. Three 5.25" bays are at the very top in their own box, the top one including a stealthed cover. The PSU is behind the 5.25" bays inside its own box, while the mobo and expansion cards fill out the final (largest) compartment.
It's the kind of case a modder would dream up and painstakingly assemble which makes it a phenomenal idea, but one with a few significant cons. Being a special edition case, it's only going to have a limited run - at a price of around US$800.
Not only is the pricetag hefty but the case itself is impressively so too, weighing in at over sixteen kilograms without any tech inside - the built-in handle at the top is actually needed!
It's a fascinating piece of kit, so head into the gallery of pics for more on this mould-breaking case and keep an eye out for when Atomic get a sample - only intimate time will really give us a strong opinion.
I don't even care what everyone thinks about this case, but i've got a boner at the moment from the sight of this monilith.Check out the countdown at http://www.ttlevel10.com/