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    Re: Toaster sigs

    I am kind of new(for posting) here at the forum, but I was wondering can one still get the "real" toaster certified - sign?
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    Re: Toaster sigs

    You have to go to DFI Street and post there to get an official one...

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    Re: Toaster sigs

    Quote Originally Posted by jay.l
    I am kind of new(for posting) here at the forum, but I was wondering can one still get the "real" toaster certified - sign?
    Here is the place http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/show...5&pagenumber=1

    Quote:Originally Posted by _John_Lennon_
    The whole 'toaster certifed' might be an idea of AG's brother

    No The whole 'toaster certifed' is AG's idea the first toaster sign was made by AG's brother.


    Sorry to see you got Pi$$ed t_ski I know that you are certified and AG did say that it wasn't directed at you. I did read some wear about someone making a waffle sign.
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    Re: Toaster sigs

    Quote Originally Posted by Buckstitch
    Ok, found the place. thanks a lot 4 you and t_ski.
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    Re: Toaster sigs

    Alright thats it, im Modeling an INDUSTRIAL QUALITY toaster, im talking the MOTHER of all toasters. I dont recall a Copyright on his crap, CALL ME LAZY but im sure as hell modeling my shit from SCRATCH. HAH lazy, quite a statement from someone who didnt make the sig either.

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    Re: Toaster sigs

    Quote Originally Posted by s0urce
    Alright thats it, im Modeling an INDUSTRIAL QUALITY toaster, im talking the MOTHER of all toasters. I dont recall a Copyright on his crap, CALL ME LAZY but im sure as hell modeling my shit from SCRATCH. HAH lazy, quite a statement from someone who didnt make the sig either.

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    Re: Toaster sigs

    Quote Originally Posted by s0urce
    Alright thats it, im Modeling an INDUSTRIAL QUALITY toaster, im talking the MOTHER of all toasters. I dont recall a Copyright on his crap, CALL ME LAZY but im sure as hell modeling my shit from SCRATCH. HAH lazy, quite a statement from someone who didnt make the sig either.
    Give it to us s0urce. The "toaster" was started by AG, but it's not anyone's property so to speak. The thread is in this forum, so were going to continue the tradition somehow. In fact, how would you guys like to have a user group dedicated to the toaster club? Have you seen the "Fragging frogs" titles under some users names? That is a new feature implemented on pcper that allows administrators to start "user groups". I could ask one to start a toaster user group if you'd like...
    Last edited by Vihsadas; 06-11-2004 at 09:56 PM.

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    Re: Toaster sigs

    The whole tradition was started by AG he my not have a Copyright law but it is still his idea. I think you guys could come up with some thing deferent.
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    Re: Toaster sigs

    Quote Originally Posted by Buckstitch
    The whole tradition was started by AG he my not have a Copyright law but it is still his idea. I think you guys could come up with some thing deferent.
    Well, it found it's home here at amdmb.com, and it's still here, so there's no sense in changing in midstream. Now if the users want something different, then that's fine. But AG is still getting the credit, as this thread is started by him.

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    Re: Toaster sigs

    Quote Originally Posted by Vihsadas
    Give it to us s0urce. The "toaster" was started by AG, but it's not anyone's property so to speak. The thread is in this forum, so were going to continue the tradition somehow. In fact, how would you guys like to have a user group dedicated to the toaster club? Have you seen the "Fragging frogs" titles under some users names? That is a new feature implemented on pcper that allows moderators to start "user groups". I could start a toaster user group if you'd like...
    I couldnt help but notice that rene mauricio is also quite photoshop Savvy. Would you be up for a joint effort rene? Drop me a PM and let me know what you think. This goes for anyone else with some good PS skills.
    Last edited by Vihsadas; 06-11-2004 at 09:57 PM. Reason: edited quote to reflect my previous post...

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    Re: Toaster sigs

    Quote Originally Posted by s0urce
    I couldnt help but notice that rene mauricio is also quite photoshop Savvy. Would you be up for a joint effort rene? Drop me a PM and let me know what you think. This goes for anyone else with some good PS skills.
    I'd help ya, but I don't have access to any of my graphical software. Where I do my graphical work is in Montreal, and, it's all in Montreal, and I'm in Atlanta. I like the quick dealies. 5 mins in photoshop for my sig. I'm sure if I put in a bit more effort i'd beable to help ya out...sorry

    Also, didja get my PM?

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    Re: Toaster sigs

    in prime95, should it run for 8 hours using the blend test? what test is needed to qualify?

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    Re: Toaster sigs

    Quote Originally Posted by EzEddie
    in prime95, should it run for 8 hours using the blend test? what test is needed to qualify?
    You need Prime95 for 8hrs, blend test, A 3dmark2001 score. Also you need two CPU-z windows showing the memory settings, and the CPU speed. All in one screeshot

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    Re: Toaster sigs

    TOAST ME!

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    Re: Toaster sigs

    My how time flies. It's been 10 years since the "Toaster" sig craze came (and went). Never did get my "Official" sig (AG could be a might contrary at times) although I submitted entries for a LPA @ 2500 and an Infinity B @ 250/2500 here and at DFI-Street.

    Oh well. Stuff comes and stuff goes and life rolls on. Those DFI NF2 boards (along with the Shuttle AN35N) were the knees bees of the Socket 462 world. Kinda miss working with them. The only S462 system I have left is a MSI 745 Ultra XP2400 Thornton that hasn't been fired up in over 3 years. Good investments though (as far as motherboards go) as I sold them used for more than I paid for them originally (the LPA sold for double what I paid for it).
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