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    For your sake I'd make sure she doesn't ever read...

    For your sake I'd make sure she doesn't ever read these forums lol.
  2. Removed.

    Removed.
  3. I've seen cases where the package of a component...

    I've seen cases where the package of a component just blew apart with no smoke or other traces other than the component itself being broken into several pieces.

    Other times though failures can be...
  4. Fisrt PC game... hmmm wow that's a long way back....

    Fisrt PC game... hmmm wow that's a long way back.

    The Marathon series on the Macintosh! This was before Bungie got sold over to Microsoft.

    The Marathon games have since then been made...
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    What I really don't get is why they keep just...

    What I really don't get is why they keep just adding more and more wires and pins to the connectors when the power requirments rise.

    You'd think the sensible solution would be to use thicker gauge...
  6. Yep. The only real reason split rails were ever...

    Yep. The only real reason split rails were ever introduced was for safety reasons (less chance of a dangerous short on a rail with a lower current limit).

    Of course, companies decided to use it as...
  7. It's the 250KHz limitation that's the problem....

    It's the 250KHz limitation that's the problem. Some stuff I measure sometimes goes into the 500KHz+ range.
  8. You could also try plugging it into a different...

    You could also try plugging it into a different computer, that would help you eliminate the video card as the cause.

    I stronly suspect the monitor cable, or the monitor itself.
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    Wow that looks like a really small case for an...

    Wow that looks like a really small case for an ATX board. Quite a different and orginial design too. Almost weird, first time I've seen a case with a PSU mounted vertically.

    You're right though,...
  10. Hmm actually nvm lol. Wouldn't be sufficient for...

    Hmm actually nvm lol. Wouldn't be sufficient for my uses. The Fluke sounds a lot better for me.
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    If that was Wendy's and if I still worked there...

    If that was Wendy's and if I still worked there and these guys came in on my shift they would have gotten nothing. Way to hold up the line and screw the service times over and piss off the drive thru...
  12. Link to specs? I might consider getting one lol...

    Link to specs? I might consider getting one lol considering I'm in electronics eng and all (full-out scope is too much $$$).
  13. Hey this is {--M--} from NCIX! The Fluke...

    Hey this is {--M--} from NCIX!

    The Fluke Scopemeter has a sensitivity which is only as good as 5mV/div. It depends how accurate you want your results to be. If you are just looking to go no...
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