Review: Thermaltake Muse eSATA

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    I'd say between 6-8 inches. The snow gods smiled briefly....
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    bigal, Feb 14, 2006
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    We had a little over a foot of it. It's starting to melt now though, tomorrow it's going up into the 50's and is supposed to be sunny so that might get rid of the majority of it.
     
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    I'm riding my Harley to work on Thursday. It should get close to 60F by the afternoon. As I write this though, it's only 27F
     
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    You sure you mean 60c?

    I really doubt it's going to go up to 60c there. Even at the equator, if you lived there, it's not very likely, you'd drop from heat prostration. That's 140f. 27c is about 83f.

    I'm gonna guess you meant farenheight. :)
     
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    So I screwed up. I realized that after I shut down my computer on the way out the door to work. But it's fixed now. Anyhow, you didn't spell Fahrenheit properly.

    I had an excellent ride today, as we left work at 1:30PM and arrived home at 6:30PM. I think we rode about 125 miles, down from Arlington VA to the Marine base at Quantico, then over to Manassas and a Harley dealer. We ended up a Jamie's General Bean (coffee bar) and watched the sun set while sipping our americano's on the porch. Very nice day!
     
    bigal, Feb 17, 2006
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    60c OMFG stop cooking intels on your barbe :p
     
    unholy, Feb 17, 2006
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    Hehehe, sounds like you had fun. I was up for the past 48hrs straight (As you might be able to tell by the time stamps on some of my posts, no long span of absence) with a nasty attack of esophagitis. Which usually is followed by raging Montazumas Revenge and just feeling like garbage.
     
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    Did you take the garbage out? Sorry you weren't feeling well. It might come in handy the next time we play COD2.
     
    bigal, Feb 21, 2006
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    Yeah, the garbage is out now, but there's no telling when it'll accumulate again, it has a way of doing that. :)
     
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    Sounds like the whole thing was 'trashed'. Anyway, today is a new day. A new day to MOD something!
     
    bigal, Feb 23, 2006
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    If I had the money and parts I'd be doing that. I don't so I can't. :(
     
    The Modfather, Feb 24, 2006
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    There are free mods anyone can do on a limited budget. It's a labor of love. Now get down to your workshop and lap a few heatsinks.
     
    bigal, Feb 24, 2006
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    Free mods? Yeahh, otay. I don't do junky mods, I only do 'em right. :)
     
    The Modfather, Feb 25, 2006
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