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  1. It's noticeably quicker than FF3, but since I've grown so accustomed to Chrome, I'm not movin back. Although it is nice to have another quick browser when compatibly issues come up with Chrome.
  2. Long history short, after getting my copy of "Earth and Beyond" from Phreakly I neglected my C&C buds and played E&B until EA shut it down. (This was back when EA bought Westwood... wow long time ago now). Then I tried to get by with some WoW but found I had no time, and didn't enjoy the game much. Decided to go back to University, bring us to today. Glad to see everyone is doing very well. I stopped by to check out some info about RA3, looks promising... I'll continue to drop lines around when time allows, I'm curious to see how well EA does with the RA universe and the new FPS game coming out.. Good to see everyone still hangs around.
  3. Seems like just yesterday when I was all giddy about being picked for Generals Beta...
  4. Yes, I was Boom? then changed when we tried to form a CNCNZ clan. Been good, don't have much time anymore for computer games, but I do lurk around once and while. CNCNZ has seemed to keep a consistent level of high quality that I remember it having. Good to see the site moving forward.
  5. Hey Sonic, just wondering if you have managed to get in contact with any previous staff. I always wondered what happened to Rogue Killer, Phreakly, C&C King, Kingofall... etc. I lost track with them about 2003-4ish, when I was playing Earth and Beyond, which was promptly canceled by EA. Since then I have lost interest in C&C, but lurk around here from time to time. Glad to see things are going well.
  6. There's a 9800 Pro and a 9800 All In Wonder Pro. I have the AIW. It gets hot when you try to run demanding programs, such as graphic editing, or when you run games, I've only had it about 2 weeks, World of Warcraft made it heat up a bit. I threw a couple copper BGA sinks on it, and it wont over heat now. I dont blame ya for likin Nvidia, I like em too, buying this All In wonder was a total impulse sort of thing, lucky me, I like it. Go with what you like, if you want Nvidia, get it. Dont regret not getting what you wanted.
  7. Funny you should say that, Nextel has an attachment to a phone you can buy that allows you to pay someone via debt or credit card from a cell phone, you just swipe you card. I have a Motorola V551. Didn't want to spend the money on a Razr. I accually use the pictures for buisness, I can take them and send them, which is nice, and the video function is somewhat quirky.
  8. I'm Jewish (I've heard all the jokes dont worry) I'm classified as Reformed, but I tend to lean more to the conservative side. I do believe in a superior being, one who plans the outcomes of our lives, things happen for reasons. I'm really not too outgoing about my religion for obvious reasons, and I tend to side with a lot of christian beliefs about political issues. I do not agree with abortion to the extend that most conservatives do. Life begins when an unique identiy is formed, at 6 weeks. I'll debate more when we have more issues.
  9. Personally, I like Pentium, its reliable, doesn't overheat, I've heard great things about the 64 Athlons too. I finished building my PC about a week ago. Its running absoluetly great, and I wanted to OC it, but its running fast as lighting as it. Abit AS8-V Mobo (4x PCI Slot, AGP 8X/4X, 8 USB ports, and some other goodies I dont use) OCZ Preformance Series PC3200 DDR RAM, 1 GB ( I didnt want to fork over the money for DDR2) Intel Pentium 4 Prescott 530J, (runs at 3.0Ghz with hyperthreading) 9800 All In wonder 128MB graphics card (my pride and joy) Audgiy 2Z sound card 80GB Seagate HD (plan on getting another when my local store has a sale) System runs great. So I guess I'd favor Intel, but thats only because I've only used Intel
  10. I think Ion Engines are already being used in space craft for prototype purposes. Just how effective they are still lies unsaid. Oh BTW, if you want to see Area51, try using Google Maps and search under Area 51 Nevada, here's a link, first one to spot the chronosphere wins. http://maps.google.com/maps?q=Area+51&...p;t=k&hl=en
  11. I really dont mean to resseruct an older topic, but I recently purchased ATI 9800 All in Wonder 128MB. I was not so sure about spending more money on my card than I did on my processor, but I have fallen in love with this card. I used to be a Nvidia freak, but this is an awesome card. I can watch TV, record TV, absoluetly stunning graphics, and so many more functions I have yet to use. I spent $239 on this card, got it from Newegg (shipped in two days) and instaleld it, and it works great, it runs a little hot, but some BGA ram sinks and some fans make it just fine. I give this card 11 out of 10 stars. Its expensive yes, but there is no comparison to cheaper cards when it comes to functionability and quality.
  12. Its been forever since I've visited CNCNZ.com. I was here long time ago, the days of the Chaos Confed, and Generals X. I remember the drunken stupor thread, but I didnt really understand it at the time (did anyone?) It was a plesant suprize to see CNCNZ.com still up. In case anyone cares, and wont troll me to livejournal.com, here's my recent history. Phreakly sent me a copy of Earth and Beyond. I moved away from CNCNZ.com and joined the EnB community. EA, cancled the game sept 21st 2004, and I then moved on to World of Warcraft. I didnt really like the game it self. I mean its really cool, the content was amazing, and I loved battling at the crossroads and collecting stuff, but it wasn't EnB. So I quit computer gaming, and accually started to live my life. A few minutes ago I thought about getting some computer advice, and I thought about where was a good place. Then I remembered Rogue Leader's Hardware guides, so here I am now. Hello boys
  13. Could be urban myth, but I hear the AMD run much hotter than the P4 does. Once I learn how to over clock I intend to over clock to about 3.6GHz I've changed most things on this setup, here's what I have now... Searching for a differnt graphics, I hear the 5900 were a rushed release. A-Top XBlade Black/Silver Ultimate Gaming Machine With 450W PSU & Side window, Model "AT859A-BK" -RETAIL Specifications: Case Type: Mid Tower Case Color: Black/Silver Material: Steel Drive Bays: 5.25" x 4/0, 3.5" x 2/5 (external/internal) Expansion Slots: 7 Front Ports: 2 x USB2.0, 2 x audio Power Supply: 450W Cooling System: 1 x 80mm front Blue LED fan, 1 x 80mm side Blue LED fan Motherboard Compatibility: ATX (12" x 10.5") Dimensions: 17" x 7.9" x 17.3"(HxWxD) Features: Side panel window with custom chromed XBlade design & a mesh guard more info-> N82E16811105113 $68.99 GIGABYTE "GA-8I915P Duo Pro(REV 1.1)" 915P Chipset Motherboard For Intel LGA 775 CPU -RETAIL Specifications: Supported CPU: LGA775 Pentium 4(HT) Chipset: i915P+ICH6R FSB: 800/533MHz RAM: 2x DIMM Dual Channel DDR2 400/533, 2x DIMM Dual Channel DDR 400/333Max 4GB Slots: 1x PCI-Ex16,2x PCI-Ex1,3x PCI Ports: 2x PS/2,1x COM,1x LPT ,8x USB2.0(Rear 4),2x RJ45,2x S/PDIFIn/Out),Audio Ports IDE: 1x ATA 100 up to 2 Devices, 2x ATA 133 up to 4 Devices with RAID 0/1/0+1 by VT6410 SATA: 4x SATA with RAID 1/0 Onboard Audio: Realtek ALC880 Onboard LAN: 2x Broadcom PCIe X1 GbE Onboard 1394: 2x IEEE1394 connectors by TSB43AB23 Form Factor: ATX more info-> N82E16813128249 $135.00 Intel LGA 775 Pentium 4 530 3.0 GHz, 800MHz FSB, 1MB L2 Cache, Hyper Threading Technology - Retail Specifications: Model: Intel Pentium 4 530 w/ Hyper Threading Core: Prescott Operating Frequency: 3.0 GHz FSB: 800MHz Cache: L1/12K+16K; L2/1MB Voltage: 1.4V Process: 90nm Socket: LGA 775 Multimedia Instruction: MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3 Warranty: 3-year MFG Packaging: Retail box (with Heatsink and Fan) Notice: This Processor Works with SocketT (LGA775) Motherboard ONLY! more info-> N82E16819116184 $175.00 Kingmax 240-Pin 1GB DDR2 PC2-4200, Model KLBD48K-38 - Retail Specifications: Manufacturer: Kingmax Speed: DDR2-533(PC2-4200) Type: 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM Error Checking: Non-ECC Registered/Unbuffered: Unbuffered Cas Latency: 4 Support Voltage: 1.8V Bandwidth: 4.2GB/s Organization: 128M x 64 -Bit Warranty: Lifetime more info-> N82E16820155127 $238.50 Western Digital 160GB 7200RPM IDE Hard Drive, Model WD1600JB, OEM Drive Only Specifications: Capacity: 160GB Average Seek Time: 8.9 ms Buffer: 8MB Rotational Speed: 7200 RPM Interface: IDE ULTRA ATA100 Features: High-performance with 8MB Buffer Manufacturer Warranty: 3 years Packaging: OEM Drive Only more info-> N82E16822144203 $84.00 Cyber Acoustic A5640 5.1 Black Speaker System -RETAIL Specifications: Configuration: 5.1 Power Output: 140 watts Remote: Wired Features: 10" Power Pro subwoofer, Illuminated remote control pod, Wood enclosed Subwoofer, Gold plated plugs more info-> N82E16836150023 $80.99 Subtotal » $782.48
  14. Hey guys, I remember a long time ago you guys we're, and proably still are, extremly knowledgable about computers. I'm about to build a new one for my self, and Would like some opinion. Here is what I have so far. Thermaltake Xaser V Damier Black Full-Tower Case, Model "V5000A" -RETAIL Specifications: Case Type: Modern Tower –Xaser V Damier Color: Black Material: Metal Drive Bays: 5.25" x 5/0, 3.5" x 2/3 (external/internal) Expansion Slots: 7 Front Ports: Dual USB2.0, IEEE1394 Firewire, audio & speaker ports Power Supply: N/A Cooling System: 2 x 80mm, 3 x 90mm Motherboard Compatibility: Micro ATX, Standard ATX & Extended ATX(Dual CPU) Dimensions: 19"x 8"x 22" (HxWxD) Special Features: Tt VIP Pack include: Damier series mouse pad, sticker, CD-ROM disc with screen saver and wallpapers more info-> N82E16811133119 $96.00 Intel "D875PBZLK FMB 1.5" i875P Chipset Motherboard for Intel Socket 478 Pentium 4 Extreme Edition CPU -RETAIL Specifications: Supported CPU: Intel Pentium 4 / Pentium 4 Extreme Edition Processors (Hyper-Threading) Chipset: Intel 875P + ICH5R FSB: 800/533MHz RAM: 4x DIMM for Dual-Channel DDR400/333(ECC) Max 4GB IDE: 2x ATA 100 up to 4 Devices Slots: 1x AGP 8X/4X (0.8/1.5V), 5x PCI Ports: 2xPS/2,1xLPT,1xCOM,8xUSB2.0(Rear 6),1xLAN Onboard LAN: Intel 82547EI Gigabit (10/100/1000Mbits/sec) Ethernet Onboard SATA/RAID: 2x Serial ATA 150, RAID 0/1 Form Factor: ATX more info-> N82E16813121206 $155.00 Prolink nVIDIA GeForce FX5900XT Video Card, 128MB DDR, 256-bit, DVI/TV-Out, 8X AGP, Model "PixelView GeForce FX 5900XT Golden Limit(PV-N35XAG (128JD))" -RETAIL Specifications: Chipset/Core Speed: nVIDIA GeForce FX5900XT/390MHz Memory/Effective Speed: 128MB DDR/700MHz BUS: AGP 8X Ports: VGA Out(15 Pin D-Sub)+TV-Out(S-Video)+DVI connector Support 3D API: DirectX®9, OpenGL®1.4 Cable/Accessories: 5 Cables, 1 Adapter, 2 CD, Manual Max Resolution@32bit Color: 2048X1536@85Hz Retail Box (See pics for details) more info-> N82E16814108132 $193.00 Thermaltake Silent PurePower, 420W ATX power supply.UL, CSA, TUV, CE Approved. Intel Pentium 4 Compliant Specifications: Type: ATX Maximum Power: 420W PFC: No Power Good Signal: 100-500ms Hold-up Time: >16ms at Full Load Efficiency: >65% Over Voltage Protection: +5V trip point<+6.8V;+3.3V trip point<+4.5V;+12V trip point<+15.6V Overload Protection: Not specified Input Voltage: 115 VAC / 230VAC Input Frequency Range: 47-63 Hz Input Current: 10.0A (Measuring 90-132Vrms);5.0A (Measuring 180-264Vrms) Output: +3.3V@30A;+5V@40A;-5V@0.3A;+12V@18A;-12V@0.8A;+5VSB@2A more info-> N82E16817153006 $39.99 Intel Pentium 4/ 2.4C GHz 800MHz FSB, 512K Cache, Hyper Threading Technology - OEM Specification Model: Intel Pentium 4 2.4C w/ Hyper Threading Core: Northwood Operating Frequency: 2.4GHz FSB: 800MHz Cache: L1/12K+8K; L2/512K Voltage: 1.525V Process: 0.13Micron Socket: Socket 478 Multimedia Instruction: MMX, SSE, SSE2 Packaging: OEM more info-> N82E16819116158 $141.00 gigaram 184-Pin 1GB ECC DDR PC-2700, Model GR6393-E1GB/333 - RETAIL Specifications: Manufacturer: gigaram Speed: DDR333(PC-2700) Type: 184-Pin DDR SDRAM Error Checking: ECC Registered/Unbuffered: Unbuffered Cas Latency: 2.5 Support Voltage: 2.6V Bandwidth: 2.7GB/s Organization: 128M x 72-Bit Warranty: Lifetime more info-> N82E16820221019 $215.50 Western Digital 80GB 7200RPM SATA Hard Drive, Model WD800JD, OEM Drive Only Specifications: Capacity: 80GB Average Seek Time: 8.9 ms Buffer: 8MB Rotational Speed: 7200 RPM Interface: Serial ATA Features: Not specified Manufacturer Warranty: 3 years Packaging: OEM Drive Only more info-> N82E16822135106 $63.00 Lite-On Black 52X32X52X16 Combo Drive, Model SOHC-5232K BLACK, Retail Specifications: Write Speed: 52X CD-R, 32X CD-RW Read Speed: 52X CD-ROM, 16X DVD-ROM Interface: E-IDE / ATAPI Buffer: 2MB OS Support: Windows 95 / 98 / NT4.0 / ME / 2000 / XP Features: SMART-BURN. SMART-X. VAS to reduce vibration & noise during recording & reading. Packaging: Retail (w/ Nero and PowerDVD 5 software) more info-> N82E16827106937 $43.00 LOGISYS SP6001BK 2.1 Multimedia Speaker System -RETAIL Specifications: Configuration: 2.1 Power Output: Woofer: 16W RMS; Satellite: 12W x2 RMS Frequency Response: (Woofer) 30Hz-200Hz (Satellite) 120Hz-20KHz Signal to noise ratio: more than 65dB Remote: N/A Features: Independent amplifier with front control knobs to easily adjust bass, treble and master volume, Independent Passive Woofer can be placed anywhere you like, V10 Satellite Speaker Unit with unique clear heavy-duty design is featured by wide frequency response, exact positioning and high resolution, External fuse setting to ensure the safety and longevity of the system, This speaker system can be directly connected to the audio output of PC, VCD.
  15. I was browsing some other forums with someone stumbled upon this site: http://www.petroglyphgames.com/aboutus.html Look at the games they created, this is the Dev team from Westwood, should keep an eye on this studio.