I am selling my old PC (in my sig) since I just upgraded to something faster/smaller. i won't part out. Local pickup anywhere in the NYC metro area.
PC - $220 + actual shipping
Antec Mini P180
E8500 + ZALMAN CNPS9700
4GB G.Skill F2-6400CL5D
For trade is a non-slim xbox 360 (Jasper) with 120gb hard drive. It's in perfect condition since it's not played much.
Games include Madden 12, COD4 MW, blue dragon, tiger woods 09, madden 10, nba 2k10
I would like a PS3... PM me your offers.
wow i've never seen so many people go crazy over ramen.
@Sprkslfly - could they be vermicelli noodles? or rice noodles as Spare-Flair said.
If you like Nong Shim, give Nissin Demae ramen a shot. It's the package with a little kid in front.
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more than likely these are fake. i did a little research a while back and a surefire way to tell is to look at the back of the box. If it's real, then Dr. Dre will look normal. If it's fake, Dr. Dre will look like possessed (with black eyes). Attribute this to a really bad photocopy job...
Yes the output is HDMI. That was what I was thinking also but the STB doesn't have a port for an IR receiver or anything. Is there a work around for that? Also, I got a regular HDMI splitter thinking it would suffice because the distance is so short. Do I definitely need a powered splitter?
I'm talking about my set top box -> HDMI. I don't think my cable works without the set top box so I would need to order another one (Time Warner Cable) and that's $12/mo. So a cable splitter wouldn't work.
This might be a very general question but I don't know where to ask it.
That's an awesome drawing of my "layout" and I was wondering if it is possible to connect 2 TVs, which will be in different rooms, to 1 cable box.
I'm thinking an HDMI splitter would work but what about using the...