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    LOL
    nanananananananananananananananan BATMAN!!!!!!
     
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    My wife loves The Piano Guys' videos.

     
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    Tay Zonday covers "Call Me Maybe"

     
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    The tiniest Darth Vader uses the force... Lol. This commercial is better and more funny than all of the prolog-trilogy movies put together. How sad.

    Charming kid btw. Read in the news he's had heart surgery recently to replace a valve and close a hole between the chambers.
     
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    This is just fantastic:
     
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    Inside The Actor's Studio - Dave Chappelle:

     
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    Portal in the real world:

     
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    I loved that portal vid. Of course, if you were to
    fly out sideways like shown at the end in that video, you'd tumble and crash into that plank fence shown at a speed of like 120km/h or something and die. :razz:
    ...Which wouldn't have been all that funny, I suppose. Unless you're a psychopath. :)
     
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    Noisy fans bothering your ears? Big heatsinks taking up all your space, getting clogged with dust, cat hairs, old newspapers?

    Solution: SPIN THE HEATSINK. At 2000RPM! :D



    Now couple that to a vapor chamber interfacing with the CPU die and maybe you got a winner. Who knows. They don't give any performance indicators of how good this thing actually is, but it's pretty rad looking for sure. Maybe add some kind of funnel/air horn too at the top, to prevent the heatsink recirculating hot air.
     
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    I want to see him give that fan a couple G bump while it's at 2000 RPM.
     
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    Interesting point. It sure would make a mess of a PCs innards should it ever come loose, although a production model should have suitably sturdy bearings to handle various knocks and jolts methinks. Like with that surprisingly noisy brushless motor it's something that can be fixed with more product development.
     

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