I don't think you understand; I'm listening to a pair of 36-year-old speakers right now. Aside from wear, age really is a non-issue when it comes to speakers.
That's a better motivation. I suppose any boomy set of 2.1 computer speakers will do for you, given that that's goal in mind.
I don't see why you'd replace those speakers unless there's something wrong with them, especially not by anything made by Logitech. You're probably looking at a step down in sound quality, although I of course can't say for certain as I don't know what particular model of H/K speakers it is that...
Try this. You can essentially specify the fan speed curve relative to the temperature of the card using that trick. I use it to make my GTX 260 turn its fans off when idle and spin them up at a rapid rate past 70 Â°C. It works extremely well.
I'm inclined to agree with this. However, the non-existing entertainment value of random people e-wanking with their computer specifications begs the question of why any such thread should exist at all.
"Any kind of god(s)" is hardly a far cry from what you posted, but oh-so-much more general and fitting. An informed polytheist who believes in several gods will probably be very reluctant to pick your option, since it simply isn't accurate. You don't know the percentage of people on here who are...
In the way that the question is formed, I don't believe in anything at all.
Do I believe in the existence of some form of extraterrestrial life?
Do I seek comfort in that belief if I feel that I'm living a "difficult life"?
No. That's silly, as their possible existence hardly affects...
What makes you say that?
It's not far-fetched to argue that ancient philosophy was the forefather to modern science, not to mention how it even today allows us to touch upon subjects that couldn't feasibly be assigned scientific reasoning (morals, for instance).