New High Resolution Pictures Of 2.5Ghz G5 Processor

Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by thunderaudio, Aug 26, 2004.

  1. thunderaudio
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  2. edesignuk
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    WOW! You're brave. Most are still waiting to get their hands on a dual 2.5, and you're at home pulling it apart! :eek:

    Thanks for the pic though :).
     
  3. thunderaudio
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    I am not worried it still works. Besides I need my 30" Cinema and Nvidia 6800 Card to complete the package. :)
     
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    Did you see a Foxconn/Hon Hai or a Delphi stamp on the LCS.
     
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    Yay, a General Motors spin-off technology now available inside your desktop. ;)
     
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    I still think having liquid flowing around a computers internals is unnatural!
     
  9. Macmaniac
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    Way to go! That took a lot of courage, I hope you did not spill anything!
     
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    They had the dual 2.5's and 30 inch Cinema's ALL OVER Siggraph this year. The monitors are simply stunning. Stopped everyone in their tracks.

    They made all the other big LCD's look like low-rez black and white TVs. The images were so clean.
     

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