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    posted a message on Anybody able to identify this extremely old texture pack?

    I recently found an old screenshot of mine from 2010. It was one of the earliest screenshots I had ever taken, and I'm curious if there's a way to figure out what the texture pack was. It's unlikely but I figure i'd see if anybody can help me out, thanks.



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    posted a message on Looking for Keyboard and Monitor Reccomendations.
    I've got disposable income lying around, and it's about time i replace my monitor and keyboard.

    Budget wise, looking for a monitor ~$200, Looking for a keyboard ~$120

    Cherry MX Brown, Black, Or Red are preferred on the keyboard. I've never had a mechanical so it'd be a first on this. LED backlighting would be nice too, but not required.

    Basicially, if anyone has some experience with something similar or has some recoommendations, i'd really like some. I've pushed this off for a while because it's hard for me to make decisions without some trustable feedback.
    Posted in: Building, Parts & Peripherals
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    posted a message on ChickenBones Mods
    No clear installation. Three types of downloads with no explanation of each. Tried all 3. causes crashing no matter what. Just wanting to use NEI. very dissapointed in how vague OP is, even if i very well might just not be understanding it.
    Posted in: Minecraft Mods
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    posted a message on Hardware Forum Suggestion
    1. nobody who is unsure of if building is the best path will look at a stickkied thread, i can assure you by the fact that every one that comes here for help doesnt bother reading the current stickies

    2. user feedback when compiling a list is the best outcome, because just being told "here list go buy" isnt convincing and will scare newcomers away. being there to show them the list and explain it right there is better

    3. each list is slightly different to accomodate each person. some people might have $570, and if they get the $500 they'll have unused money and if they get $600 they'll be overspending

    to fix these issues they'd make a thread, link the build and overall it would be a sloppy clean up.

    4. someone would have to make and maintain that thread as prices shift/new stuff comes out. what happens when that person is on vacation, loses the account, stops posting etc the list gets outdated and useless
    Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
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    posted a message on pc spec's any good need help!
    7750, fx 4100, no OS

    yeah no that's pretty bad

    build one yourself, better price better build.
    Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
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    posted a message on Specs to run Minecraft Smoothly
    i wouldnt prepare a build this early. prices could easily change and new things could come out. better to start thinking about this when the season hits.
    Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
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    posted a message on Computer Parts
    Has OP confirmed if he needs monitor/mouse/etc aswell? he has windows 7 so i would assume he has other salvagable parts but he might be using them for a different computer
    Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
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    posted a message on Thoughts about this gaming pc
    Quote from karlzhao314

    He was just comparing prices.

    i just figured i would mention there was more improvement room in case OP might've glanced at it and said "only $100 to not have to do work? i'll just get it prebuilt!"
    Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
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    posted a message on How will this run Minecraft?
    i'd rather you post all specs for a better look.

    what games would you be playing?
    Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
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    posted a message on Thoughts about this gaming pc
    Quote from WhyAmIOnFire

    If you are absolutely set on a prebuilt, go with this: http://www.cyberpowe...om/saved/1FC260

    Does not include a monitor; you should buy it separately. Also keep an eye on that power supply. Corsair's CX series are better than the standard no name units, but only just.

    Same build in PCPartPicker if you built it yourself: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/1s43O

    $100 less before rebates and discounts, $170 after. I'm kinda surprised the price difference wasn't greater.

    the issue here is you just copied over the prebuilt. you couldve stuck in better parts (7950, etc) for a near price and better performance
    Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
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    posted a message on Modern 4:3 Laptop?
    Quote from Minecraft

    4:3 allows for a lot more vertical space, making it better for web browsing, working on documents, etc..

    Also because I just like the look of a sqaureish laptop.

    i, uh... what?

    you know 16:9 or 16:10 is just as tall, if not taller?
    just put your browser in a window and make it take up half the screen instead of all of it, same effect but with extra space on the side for other things.
    Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
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    posted a message on Want a new gaming pc
    Quote from AuraGareth

    Budget: $1000 - $1800
    System Usage: Gaming, Recording, and Livestreaming
    Are you including monitor, peripherals, OS etc in your budget?: Yes i want a mouse, keyboard, monitor,camera, and headphones for commentarys.
    Preferred Websites / Stores for parts: No
    Overclocking, yes or no?: Yes
    SLI / Crossfire, yes or no?: Yes
    Monitor Resolution (if upgrading, post the resolution of the monitor resolution you want):
    Other: I have a 1680x1050 but i want a second monitor so 1366x768 - 1920x1080
    Why are you upgrading? My Pc went out and its about time for a new one.

    Pre-Built if possible cause i really don't want to search for parts or software for it

    commentaries*

    You don't have to search for parts, we generally use a website like pcpartpicker, which compiles the full list for you and links you to the retailers selling it. it's generally just hopping on newegg or amazon, putting the parts in your cart and ordering.
    "software" is just putting in your OS disc, installing it and then using it like a normal computer.

    with your budget we could easily whip up a nice build.
    Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
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    posted a message on Thoughts about this gaming pc
    Quote from AuraGareth

    i know people who bought computers from cyberpower that ran well and had them for a year

    obviously you have not seen a self built computer to see how it could run circles around your spoiled friend's prebuilt.

    by the way, a year is a pretty bad lifespan, even for a prebuilt. i had an old 2009 prebuilt before i built my current one 2 weeks ago, that prebuilt last 4 years and my parents still use it today. of course it played everything on minimum and still lagged, whereas my current can go max settings on every game i own.
    Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
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    posted a message on Thoughts about this gaming pc
    Quote from AuraGareth

    I came here for people to give me a good place to purchase a pre-build gaming pc that i don't have to build no one is helping me with what i actually wanted help on i give up

    no, you came for advice on getting a good computer.
    guess what buddy, i'm advising you to build one.
    Quote from AuraGareth

    I TALKED HER INTO IT SHE WON'T ORDER 10 PARTS

    you realise most online stores ship everything in a single box when ordered at once. with my build i only had 2 boxes, since i ordered half on amazon and half on newegg.
    Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
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    posted a message on So why can't I run minecraft?
    post specs please
    assuming it's your signature
    Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
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