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nekrosoft13
04-08-07, 10:07 PM
look here ;)

http://www.fx57.net/?p=561

Bearclaw
04-08-07, 10:18 PM
That's awesome.

Tuork
04-08-07, 10:59 PM
Couldn't understand any of that... but I can say too things:

-That thing is huge.
-I don't think flames are something you're looking for in a system. :p

Tr1cK
04-08-07, 11:16 PM
Fake....Miller is a manufacturer of welding machines. Look at the photoshpoped pics.

http://img64.imageshack.us/img64/6830/5psusidedz3.jpg
http://img64.imageshack.us/img64/8205/6frontad9.jpg

Look under where it says XMT 300 CC on the front. You can tell it doesnt say the same thing between the 2 pics. The two big lugs on the front at the bottom are where you connect the electrodes to weld with.

nekrosoft13
04-08-07, 11:43 PM
so miller makes welding machines? and what do you think those welding machines are powered with ?? maybe some AA batteries?

Camp0rz
04-08-07, 11:47 PM
Yeaahhh... Most definitely not fake.

http://www.pcper.com/article.php?aid=384

nekrosoft13
04-08-07, 11:53 PM
Yeaahhh... Most definitely not fake.

http://www.pcper.com/article.php?aid=384

maybe a fake :p

but still welding machines do require power

buffbiff21
04-09-07, 04:51 AM
Look under where it says XMT 300 CC on the front. You can tell it doesnt say the same thing between the 2 pics. The two big lugs on the front at the bottom are where you connect the electrodes to weld with.
LOL how in the world did you notice that?? :p

actually, LOL at that whole article.

Freakin flames coming up from one of the pics! hahahaha nice try. :p

Tr1cK
04-09-07, 10:10 AM
Yeaahhh... Most definitely not fake.

http://www.pcper.com/article.php?aid=384

April 1st. :p

d00mskull
04-09-07, 06:56 PM
Sweet just in time for the nVidia 9 series

Tr1cK
04-09-07, 07:40 PM
Just seen this bit haha:

It turns out the battery is actually a small flux capacitor mounted between two proprietary transducers that create a temporal distortion field that keeps the flux capacitor in a virtually charged state for up to six months.

firehawk
04-11-07, 04:25 AM
i could always plug my pc into the 75 killowatt psu from our 6 color printing press at work.....

john19055
04-13-07, 04:22 PM
With 375amps on the 12v rail,you should'nt have no problem with power