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About r3ntzkie430

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  1. i just shared this so i can put a community share link at my post in the real HTC phone giveaway topic. :)
  2. @Snickerzz sorry about the post being spammy (even though i don't know the meaning of spammy)...just click the link and follow the instructions given by Linus...sorry again for the post being spammy...:)
  3. guys...check this out...Linus and HTC will be giving away HTC phones...go to the link to learn more http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/20876-htc-forum-giveaway-a-chance-to-win-1-of-4-htc-phones/page-124#entry267258
  4. i love HTC phones...even though i don't have one i fell in love with them the first time i used one...it was my friend's phone....i hope i can win one facebook share from Barrent Daroy : https://www.facebook.com/Raz3rBlade15/posts/175768955922272 community share with r3ntzkie430 : http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/21721-htc-phone-giveaway-community-share/#entry267306
  5. So I was checking out Youtube and then I saw this video and I was BLOWN AWAY by it... Nvidia have released another group of Physics videos; this time, it's water physics, and once again it's mightily pretty... Water is a terribly chaotic system when you get down to it, and attempting to brute force physics interactions in a liquid will rapidly make your computer cry. Of course, if you're using smart algorithms, you can get some very impressive showings, as you can see below. If you're not sure why there are occasional bunnies or minotaur things, it's to look at how the water reacts when hitting something. Also, they're cute. Have a look at the video: There are a few more videos you can find from the youtube page, but they don't show much else, just a lot more technical information. So, this of course begs the question: What games are you actually that concerned about your water physics in? I'm sure it will make beaches look pretty, but is it worth taking up a reasonable portion of your GTX 580? Tell me your thoughts...