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Fencefry

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  • Birthday 10/02/1994

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    Music, Books, Video games, Movies, School, Sports, Computers, and Animals. Is there anything in the world I left out?

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  • RuneScape Name
    fencefry
  • RuneScape Status
    Inactive
  • RuneScape Version
    RuneScape
  • RuneScape God
    Guthix
  • Favourite Skill
    Warn-gathering
  • Combat Type
    Balanced
  1. Vera was the whole "fake girl" debacle, right? So long ago, but I think she made my sig in her Shop O' Irony. But let's see: Doddsy/Audioworm Morte Flummoxer (He changed names a few times) Cow Queen Lethal Edit: Oh! And how could I forget Redmonke?!
  2. Dude! We hung out in the PS3 guild thread, right?
  3. I joined four days before you, I guess! Took me so much effort to remember my password... And apparently my profile pic is gone now?
  4. Me, if I stay here and watch. Also, any tips on finding cool ore and mining in general? Mine below level 16 (hit f3 and check the x coordinate [i think it's x, minecraft doesnt use normal axis letters], good ores are found down there along with regular iron & coal. Also, some consider this cheating, but there's a trick where you drop 2 blocks of sand or gravel on the square next to you (you need to be hanging over to that squaee as much as possible, but majority should not be on it or you'll get crushed, try poiting your crosshairs all the way down to see where your feet are exactly), which allows you to see through walls so you can find unlit underground caverns and dungeons. There are videos showing how too.
  5. One movie of his that I have never heard mentioned by anyone else is Following. It's definitely a little weird, but I thoroughly enjoyed it, and it has the same kind of crazy plot twist Nolan is known for. And it's Netflix instant! This makes me feel like going back and attempting to watch it again. The beginning with the apes was so awesome. The cinematography was amazing and I thought it was great to see the development of tools and see how far we've come. The movie is slow, but I just thought it was great. The effects were spectacular for the 60s, tbh they were way better than A New Hope's. The space travel is just 20 minutes of a psychidelic trip, and then the last bit of real footage is just weird. You get it, but you don't.
  6. First of all, check out La Blogotheque's youtube series A Take Away Show. They literally have hundreds of videos of famous indie bands playing live in odd places all over France. I'm sure several of these have been listed before, but I haven't recently, so no way of knowing: (Pretty folky with some indie and country influence) The Tallest Man On Eath (A must for Dylan fans, along with music fans in general) Liz Janes (Pretty soulful female vocalist) (Whole new album is excellent) Also been listening to Wilco (mostly Hotel Yankee Foxtrot) and Bon Iver a lot more, despite them having no fresh stuff.
  7. That isn't nearly the value he could be getting. By no means take this as a final build, but try: CPU: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...3-849-_-Product - $200 RAM: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16820231323 - $90 (this was $200 when I bought 8 months ago :P) GPU: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16814102909 - $210 HDD: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16822136073 - $40 Mobo: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16813128443 - $105 Case: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16811129042 - $60 PSU: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16817139005 - $70 Monitor: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16824236049 - $210 Thermal compound: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...0-014-_-Product - $5 Supplied heatsink should be more than enough, and if you want to OC later it's a cheap upgrade. And that's a fair amount better than Satan's build, for $990 :(
  8. Mostly just recognize you from being around, remember the name John Cena most.
  9. Yup, I'm mostly streaming movie these days (with some occasional BFBC2). The game occupying my time atm is minecraft :D
  10. Hah, so in case no one hasn't noticed, I've basically quit. I'll try to be a bit better on at least updating the thread though. Who's still here, and what's up?
  11. GT5 > LBP2 > Everything else (Which I won't be buying) I was going to pick up the Move, but I'll wait till spring since SOCOM was delayed. And on the note of Black Ops, although I dislike COD, I applaud the quality of Treyarch's work. Who knows, with Infinitey Ward in shambles, with Treyarch be the new favorite dev?
  12. I have an 3850-512, so how would things run (low, med, high) on specific games/generations? i.e. HL2, COD4, Fallout 3, Crysis Edit: And so you're saying leave the clocks alone until I can invest some money in a better psu and heatsink?
  13. Do you have a wired or wireless connection? Do any other computers around house have this problem?
  14. If you can't find a model number, can you give us laptop model?
  15. Okay, I'll go for that MSI board combo. Now, a couple (Hopefully) final questions: - Are you sure my PSU can handle it all? - Is the stock heatsink good enough? - With this setup and my half decent gfx card, any guess what the best gaming performance I can get is? Thanks!
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