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Bearclaw
12-01-09, 08:59 PM
What do you guys think of this board?

Is it capable of outputting 1080p video with the onboard integrated video? I would be using a e8400 Intel CPU and 4GB of ram.

Thanks!

LOL

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813121355

:o

CaptNKILL
12-01-09, 09:24 PM
What do you guys think of this board?

Is it capable of outputting 1080p video with the onboard integrated video? I would be using a e8400 Intel CPU and 4GB of ram.

Thanks!

What board? :lol:

To answer your question, yes it will most likely do 1080P video. Pretty much anything will these days.

lee63
12-01-09, 09:39 PM
What board? :lol:

:rofl

Bearclaw
12-01-09, 09:43 PM
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813121355

:)

methimpikehoses
12-01-09, 09:43 PM
http://www.shipmentoffail.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/bear-over-bridge-fail.jpg

lee63
12-01-09, 10:11 PM
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813121355

:)It looks like it will do what your asking...and its pretty cheap ;)

bob saget
12-01-09, 10:13 PM
http://www.shipmentoffail.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/bear-over-bridge-fail.jpg

such an awesome pic. I hope that bear was ok :o

nekrosoft13
12-01-09, 11:25 PM
yeah that will do 1080p fine

DiscipleDOC
12-02-09, 08:41 AM
Looks like a good board....

Hakaslak
12-04-09, 02:17 PM
TRUCKEE, Calif. - A 250-pound bear stranded under a bridge near Lake Tahoe was saved by an army of rescuers, a tranquilizer dart and a nylon net bought at an Army surplus store.

Claw marks on the concrete railing of the Rainbow Bridge show where the bruin's ordeal began, said Dave Baker of the Truckee BEAR League, who was the first to arrive on the scene Sept. 15.

It was walking across the span on Highway 40 near Donner Summit in the Sierra Nevada when at least two oncoming cars spooked it, causing it to jump over the railing.

At one point it was dangling over the edge of the 80-foot-high bridge, but it caught a ledge and pulled itself onto a concrete girder beneath the bridge.

Officials initially decided nothing could be done, but when they returned the next morning and found it sleeping on the ledge, they decided to take action.

Volunteers strung the net beneath the bridge and an animal control officer shot the bear with a tranquilizer dart.

After the bear lost consciousness, volunteers used a pole to push it into the net, then lowered the bear onto the floor of the granite-strewn ravine as more than 100 spectators cheered.

The groggy bear was steered away from the crowds and back into the wilderness.

"I've been on a lot of bear rescues," Baker said, "and this is the most intense bear call that I've been on."

2009 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

CaptNKILL
12-04-09, 02:50 PM
Officials initially decided nothing could be done, but when they returned the next morning and found it sleeping on the ledge, they decided to take action.


LOL

How the hell could they just leave it there? :rofl

"Wow, that's gotta suck! Lets come back in the morning to scrape him off the rocks..."

"Oh wow, I guess he really didn't want to die... maybe we should help him."

:wonder:

DiscipleDOC
12-04-09, 03:06 PM
LOL

How the hell could they just leave it there? :rofl

"Wow, that's gotta suck! Lets come back in the morning to scrape him off the rocks..."

"Oh wow, I guess he really didn't want to die... maybe we should help him."

:wonder:

How you YOU remove a 600+ lb bear from under a bridge?

Redeemed
12-05-09, 12:21 PM
How you YOU remove a 600+ lb bear from under a bridge?

The bear was 250 lbs DOC...