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Mar 25, 2012You should totally get this awesome MacBook. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834100141Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
Mar 7, 2012Espious posted a message on Apple announces iPad 3 - "retina" display, dual-core CPU with 4 graphics cores, improved camera, up to 73mbps 4G and moreI don't see the point in a tablet, I would rather have a laptop...Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
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Mar 28, 2013You guys are seriously the most ignorant people ever.Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
That says 152 FAHRENHEIT. FAHRENHEIT. Going to let that sink in for a moment.
152 Fahrenheit = 66 Celsius. Perfectly normal.
GPU on load is a bit toasty, but won't kill it or anything. 95 Celsius is a bit high even for a laptop GPU, but still fine I'd say. I'd definitely do something about it if it hits 105 though.
Mar 18, 2013Posted in: Hardware & Software SupportQuote from marshmellow396
linus fro Linus tech tips says get the 8350. it is more future proof he says.
You realize Linus knows absolutely nothing about this? NCIX shove money down his throat to read their script.
Feb 2, 2013Posted in: Hardware & Software SupportQuote from Mafidog
First of all, get rid of that 610 GPU. Keep some advice there, do not buy GeForce models x10-x40. They are pretty much copies of the previous editions, without any new exciting features added in them.
Then, get another GPU. Depending on your budget, I have three suggestions to make here:
1) ATI Radeon HD7770 1Gb - An extreme value for money GPU, you'll never run out of fps again in games.
2) ATI Radeon HD7850 1Gb, or 1Gb OC'd if you can afford. With this you'll play your games in High settings and get smooth fps.
3) Nvidia GeForce GTX 680 3Gb. The price is ludicrously high for a GPU, but if you can afford it... it's the best tool you can get for playing games.
There is no 680 3gb, and the 7970 is better anyways.
Jan 1, 2013ImThat1Guy posted a message on How many watts of power does this PC actually need?Don't do it. Return it and build it from the ground up.Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
Dec 31, 2012Posted in: Hardware & Software SupportQuote from Trippledot
I dont like the buttons on the Nexus series.
They look too squashed.
This is the only reason i got ASUS over that for my tablet...
They are not actually buttons like captives that are used on other phones.
The Nexus 4 is an awful phone it offers no improvements over the Gnex.
Picture from my Gnex I don't really see the buttons as being squished plus you can modify their size and stuff if you dislike them.
Dec 11, 2012Posted in: Hardware & Software SupportQuote from Dravarden
well, I have an ipad 3 and a samsung galaxy tab 2 10.1, and I tell you this:
the ipad has parts made for iOS specific, the tab has parts made by other companies, so even if the ipad is 1ghz and the tab is 1.2, the ipad is optimized for the processor, while the tab is not.
the ipad has better touch screen.
the tab has nice front speakers
the ipad camera blows compared to the tab ones
iOS is way easier than android
android has more free apps
android is more customizable, but then again, jailbreak also is.
Just crossed out everything that's a complete fabrication.
Why would the Tab NOT be optimized for Android?
I am a fan of the Nexus tablets though and would recommend them over the Tab.
Quote from Shadowiki
Jailbreak- IPad Mini
No Jailbreak- Samsung Galaxy Tab II
Even hardcore Apple fans would agree the Mini sucks, and besides, Android can do so much more than even jailbroken iOS.
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