No worries, boards are made of fiberglass, more or less, they're pretty flexible and durable. I doubt it would ever snap in half. The best thing would be to make sure you attach all the standoffs and distribute the stress evenly on the board.
If i were you, and considering that many jacks, I'd make sure to include some type of patch panel as well. Straight rj45's made by hand aren't that reliable over the years IMO. That may just be because i've seen some really bad ones.
I'm pretty sure that the fair use ability to make one archive copy of your OWN disc has been pretty well trampled upon by the MPAA/RIAA. In fact, the very suggestion of copying a disc may land you in jail.
To put it kindly, you need to organize your cables a bit better. Try finding hidden cavities in the case and running as much behind the motherboard as possible. Also, reverse the hard drives' position so as to hide the connectors unless you've already done that.
It is a kind of memory, Dual Data Rate 2, which runs at faster speeds and higher latencies than DDR 1.
Intel has been using chipsets that support DDR2 for about a year or more now, but AMD saw no reason to switch to DDR2 until now, so they have finally altered the memory controller in the...
Is there even a contest? Fucking NOD32.
Why the fuck did anyone vote for AVG? It isn't as good at detecting, but I guess free is a good price for many.
40 bucks a year aint much to ensure digital tranquility.
Sorry to burst your bubble, but I think Kyle said something a long assed time ago about not doing that. It goes in limited runs and very infrequent. I guess they just don't want to do that.
That said, I'd love to have everything [H] I could.
Jesus jumping Christ.
In Kyle's defense, the main thing here is Intel put its money into an Athlon64 killer, which is what they have. You have to be on crack to think that Conroe won't totally slay anything and everything AMD has to offer. That's what Kyle is saying, in my interpretation...