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    posted a message on 1500$ gaming laptop
    You could just set your **** on fire instead.
    Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
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    posted a message on Overclocking
    In order to overclock that processor you need to get a blowtorch and a welder and replace all the pins with titanium and magnesium and stuff. Then you need to smash it with a hammer and **** on it, because you're a ****ing retard.
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    posted a message on What are you listening to right now?
    ****in' Kyuss.


    This is one of the most epic songs to ever be written.
    Posted in: Culture, Media & Arts
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    posted a message on NEED SOME MUSIC!
    ****in' Speed Metal Symphony. ****in' Jason Becker and Marty Friedman got this **** down.

    Posted in: Culture, Media & Arts
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    posted a message on Any good bands?
    Yeah there is this really cool band called Kyuss, I think you should check them out. Just make sure you have a decent sub or you're missing 50% of the band.

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    posted a message on ASUS ENGTX570 or EVGA SuperClocked GeForce GTX 570 HD
    The EVGA one overclocks really easily. All you have to do is get EVGA precision and EVGA eleet to increase the voltage. I got mine up to 950 core clock and 1750 mhz shader clock. But I had the fan set really high, which made it loud. I ran BFBC2 with it and averaged 110 fps max settings 1080p. But I would save money and just get the regular one since there's no difference other than stock clock speed.
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    posted a message on Gaming rigs
    Toggleable sensitivity on the fly is cool, and extra buttons are really useful.
    Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
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    posted a message on Building a gaming rig-Can i get some suggestions?
    Hyper 212+ works great. My computer runs at 55-65 C at 4.5 Ghz while not running the fan at maximum overdrive. It kinda gets in the way of one of my RAM slots though, so I can only have up to 12 GB. But you really should just use the i5 2500K, I can max out BFBC2 without even using 50% of it.

    Get a EVGA SuperClocked GTX 570, they're really good, and can overclock to over GTX 580 levels if you increase the voltage. I don't know why noone recommends the GTX 570, it'll max out most games and is a great value for your money.

    I would do what that dolphin guy said and get a Cooler Master HAF 922, there's tons of room in them and they have good cable management. Plus you can leave it on while you sleep since the huge fans keep it mostly quiet. And the red LEDs on the front fan look really cool.

    I got a Biostar TP67XE mobo with my build, why noone ever suggests, but I'm going to since I like it. It has a temperature reader right on the board that you can see through your case window. But if you get a huge aftermarket air cooler it might block one of the RAM slots, so don't get 4 sticks unless you get low profile RAM. And the IO panel that comes with it and goes on the back of the case isn't the best.
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    posted a message on Gaming rigs
    If you're getting pre-built, get iBuyPower. I built a desktop a few weeks ago, then a few days ago I configured one with similar specs from iBuyPower, and it didn't really cost that much more. Plus some of their case painting options look really cool. Drop the sound card, you don't need it, most mobos have good soundcards built it. Get the Core i5 2500k, and then get a Corsair Force Series GT SSD for your OS. Unless you have a copy of W7, add it on. 8GB of RAM is not a necessity, but you'll never need to worry about RAM for a while if you don't have it. Your mobo probably also has built in ethernet. But you'll need a wireless card if you don't have a router near by or don't want to run a cord. I would suggest getting a mouse with more than 2 buttons. I have a Mionix Naos, and it's got 2 extra buttons, and toggleable sensitivity. A single gtx 590 will be plenty for a single monitor of any resolution, probably even 2 monitors, unless you want constant 60 fps at max settings.

    I max out BFBC 2 and don't even use half of my Core i5 2500k, thats without oc. Usually I have it at 4.5 Ghz just because I can. I can get constant 60 FPS with my GTX 570 SC, and I average 110 fps if I overclock the core to 950 and shaders to 1750 Mhz. They ran the BF3 demos with a GTX 580, so even a 570 will probably max it out, if not you can OC it. But since you're getting a 590, you can probably run two instances of the game at a time, even though that's not possible with the game as far as I know.
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    posted a message on Test Server
    Hey guys, I'm testing hosting a server on my computer, and I would like to see if anyone can connect, and how it performs. It's on an old map I made a few months ago, and the IP is [nvm, pm me for the ip]
    Posted in: Minecraft Survival Servers (archive)
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    posted a message on Maximum OVERKILL
    Origin has a laptop that you can configure to have a 4.0 Ghz Core i7 in it.
    Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
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    posted a message on I'm Building a new computer
    Quote from GreenGenesis1

    If I tried t build my own I would eletrocute myself somehow.


    Normally when people are putting their computers together they do not have it plugged in.
    Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
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    posted a message on $2200 Budget Build
    While you call that a budget, I call that "I have enough money to build the best gaming rig on the market right now." I know that you can easily go over $2200, but honestly that's enough money to build a computer that can play every game out right now at max settings. I could buy a $2200 PC, but I actually want to use it some before summer is over.
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    posted a message on Whats your FPS?
    Quote from bakugo

    Buy an alienware pc. Best gaming pcs in the market.


    Yeah, spend over $500 more on a PC instead of building one yourself and getting to chose everything that goes in it.
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    posted a message on How good of a gaming computer could I Build for $1500
    I'm building a computer for 1500. Core i7 2600K, GTX 570, Asrock P67 extreme b3 (something like that) mobo, 8 GB RAM (don't hate) for the major stuff. W/ monitor, mouse, keyboard, speakers it all totals out to a few 10s over 1500. But then there's the OS and taxes, but I'll worry about that later. Just buy it all at once, or at least buy the major stuff last, since new stuff comes out fast. But you can probably buy the minor one at a time.
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