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hey,

a friend of mine recently just bought, what i believe is a bluewave chip.

i have no idea, but im pretty shure the bluewave is super computer (and what my friend has is a chip of it[i think]) :tazz:

he doesn't have internet so im posting this foir him,

i'm prettry shure it is about the size nof a cpu chip, is that what this bluewave chip is??
oh yeah, he spent around five grand on it not knowing waht it was but some kinda computer part,

what should i do to help??

should i install it as a cpu?

i don't know ;)
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Spent $5K not knowing what it is? I might have some stuff to sell him. :tazz:

I keep pretty up-to-date with tech, and I've never heard of a bluewave chip. For that kind of money, it may be a special networking chip or CPU. Not likely he could do much with it.
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yup big five ones, plus i think it was supposed to be a serever chip? i have no i idea bout that but, apparantly, he's got his computer running super-fast, it made it crash/hahahaha i feel sorry for that big spender,

well yeah thanks for the help though,appreciate it :tazz:
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