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Everything posted by rgrimes

  1. Doesn't really matter, just carry it around in a protective case and place it on a stable surface when your using it and you should be fine.
  2. rgrimes

    Lottery win?

    Firstly, I would get some really good lawyers, financial advisors, all that shiz. Then I'll pay off my debts, get a medium house (don't want a large house) nice PC, nice car (BMW), and invest some of it. I'll keep the rest in a bank account. I'm not aiming for a life of luxury but enough where I'm well comfortable.
  3. Yes, but at the moment I don't have enough cash to buy all the parts to build my dream gaming rig PC.
  4. Don't know about those, not sure about the efficency of oil cooled processors. I think I'll stick with my water cooled PC for now.
  5. The ads that pop in your face when your just casually browsing a website, when you try to close it down it says "Are you sure you want to leave the page" or something like that. Now, I use Adblock and Noscript, helps me tremendously when surfing the web.
  6. I think that hands down Photoshop takes the prize, it has a very wide range of assorted tools and features, allowing for users to customize and create new photos in any way they like.
  7. Good lord! I am so jealous of you right now, that sounds like one beast of a computer. Have fun with the new PC! play some games like Wolfenstein: The New Order on ultra max settings!
  8. Desktops are much more heavier but they are powerful, you can build your own desktop PC easily and buy the parts online. Laptops are much lighter and very portable, but often they are not as powerful as a desktop PC.
  9. I have a 1280x960 samsung monitor. To be honest, it would be a bit nicer for me if I got a bigger monitor (I sound greedy) the current monitor I have now just seems a bit small, I play games a lot so sometimes there isn't enough space to fit the whole screen. I would like to get a 1920x1080 27" Asus monitor, it seems exactly like my size and it costs only £249.99.
  10. Uhh nope. A lot of kids nowadays use Facebook, generally towards the much older teenage population (13-18) Unfortunately however, a lot of these kids set everything to public, so a stranger can pose as a fake friend and invade into other peoples business.
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