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You know you're a computer geek when...

I just got the confirmation that I am a computer geek.
When asked what I want for Christmas this year, I replied without hesitation, "I want the Scythe Mugen-2 cpu cooler."

Up to 4 fans can be mounted onto it, and it happens to be the absolute best cooling system for my current desktop.  It is also less than half the price of its' competitors and I don't have to buy a separate mounting plate since I'm using an AMD processor.

The reason that I need a new cpu cooler is that the stock fan decided to only run when it felt like it.  Upon further inspection, I realized that the failure was in the choice of cooling system by the manufacturer.  I had only opened the case previously to install a couple of fans (one for the video card and one big fan for general case cooling) and I didn't notice that the heatsink and fan that came with the pc were barely suitable for the low-end workstations that only use the bare minimum processor for their class.

Anyhow, I have a 10 year old Thermaltake fan sitting on top of the undersized heatsink.  This is from the days before "silent fan" technology, so when it increases rpm's when I start playing games or have 3 different 3d modeling tools running, it sounds like a jet taking off.