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About angrylemon

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  • Interests
    building pc's


  • CPU
    Intel i7 4770K @3.9GHZ
  • Motherboard
    Asus Z87-C
  • RAM
    32GB Kingston DDR3 @1600MHZ
  • GPU
    Asus GTX 660
  • Case
    Thermaltake Versa II
  • Storage
    1TB WD 7200rpm
  • PSU
    500w Thermaltake (Upgrading soon)
  • Display(s)
    2x BenQ 21.5in Widescreen LED Monitor
  • Cooling
    3x alphacool case fans (stock cpu cooler)
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G105
  • Mouse
    Microsoft comfort mouse
  • Sound
    Logitech Z623 2.1

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  1. i aint afraid to admit it, but yeah i used to be like that untill i got one, i love it but wont switch completely
  2. i did that essay about 3 years ago... I failed, plus i think this should be in the "Off topic" section
  3. Yes it is vb i don't need it to be a excel spreadsheet, just want to know how to actually access the email and its contents
  4. Firstly i made a program on visual studio for my parents business to do the whole roster system on the computer, I have the email module working (where the user logs in, enters hours worked, date, ETC) and when they push the button it emails to a separate email setup for the roster system. I was wondering if there was a way to make a separate module to take the data from the email and have it automatically placed into a excel spreadsheet, In case you were wondering this is to have as little errors as possible and to make it more streamlined because i hope to sell it to the rest of the franchis
  5. if they are the same or similar height it suod be fine, ive actually thought about this aswell
  6. nothing, they will regret it when they see price - performance in my pc
  7. So i just got a seagate 4-bay buisness grade NAS, the software called 'Seagate NAS discovery' installed correctly but the other software on the same disk called 'Seagate NAS Backup' says there was an error, how many disks are meant to be in the box? System specs: Ive tried it on an brand new acer laptop i5-4210-u 1.70ghz 8gb ram 1tb hdd Windows 8.1 and a hp pavillion g6 i7 processor (i dont know how many ghz) 4gb ram Windows 7 Ive got the NAS mapped on my pc using the discovery software but thats as far as ive got, i need the backup software to well... Backup all the p's in th
  8. i haven't personally had any bad experiences with them but my friend laptop fried itself because hp cool sense crashed or something, i have the same laptop and its fine for me
  9. hopefully a cm cosmos 2 or a corsair 650d, then a new psu capable of handling a 780 or similar and the the 780 itself
  10. i wanted a mac for gaming.... because i thought they were good
  11. "Best darn screen protectors out there" "and hyperx"