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PostSubject: Re: CraftStudio   Sat Aug 11, 2012 6:28 pm

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Half the stuff there you don't even need...

Be logical, are you ever going to save up 10k for a PC? If you're dead set on getting a PC construct it yourself, don't get it from one of these 'builder' websites, they just overcharge for the parts. The whole selection thing is a novelty if anything, one would be much better off foraging for parts on Newegg.

One thing I'd like to point out is that you really, really don't need to go above a 660/560 if you're going nVidia, those pack enough horsepower to do all the necessary stuff. Anything above that means you're trying to compensate for something. In any case, it'd be smarter and easier on the wallet to go AMD, they're neck to neck with nVidia as far as horsepower is concerned.

It just seems like you just took the most expensive options on the selector, added a few games and called it a day. If that's how you're thinking you should just get a Mac.

3 monitors... Thermal display, whatever that is... Gaming glove??? WHAT IS THAT!

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PostSubject: Re: CraftStudio   Sat Aug 11, 2012 6:29 pm

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Half the stuff there you don't even need...

Be logical, are you ever going to save up 10k for a PC? If you're dead set on getting a PC construct it yourself, don't get it from one of these 'builder' websites, they just overcharge for the parts. The whole selection thing is a novelty if anything, one would be much better off foraging for parts on Newegg.

One thing I'd like to point out is that you really, really don't need to go above a 660/560 if you're going nVidia, those pack enough horsepower to do all the necessary stuff. Anything above that means you're trying to compensate for something. In any case, it'd be smarter and easier on the wallet to go AMD, they're neck to neck with nVidia as far as horsepower is concerned.

It just seems like you just took the most expensive options on the selector, added a few games and called it a day. If that's how you're thinking you should just get a Mac.

3 monitors... Thermal display, whatever that is... Gaming glove??? WHAT IS THAT!

A sweat absorbing glove for gaming. a thermal display tells you the temp of your stuffs. and tiel that is a JOKE I JUST SELECTED THE THINGS I THOUGHT WOULD BE NICE TO HAVE Razz ILL TAKE DOWN THE NONSENSE AT ONECE.
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PostSubject: Re: CraftStudio   Wed Aug 15, 2012 4:09 am

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Keon wrote:
Tiel wrote:
arsln100 wrote:
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Half the stuff there you don't even need...

Be logical, are you ever going to save up 10k for a PC? If you're dead set on getting a PC construct it yourself, don't get it from one of these 'builder' websites, they just overcharge for the parts. The whole selection thing is a novelty if anything, one would be much better off foraging for parts on Newegg.

One thing I'd like to point out is that you really, really don't need to go above a 660/560 if you're going nVidia, those pack enough horsepower to do all the necessary stuff. Anything above that means you're trying to compensate for something. In any case, it'd be smarter and easier on the wallet to go AMD, they're neck to neck with nVidia as far as horsepower is concerned.

It just seems like you just took the most expensive options on the selector, added a few games and called it a day. If that's how you're thinking you should just get a Mac.

3 monitors... Thermal display, whatever that is... Gaming glove??? WHAT IS THAT!

A sweat absorbing glove for gaming. a thermal display tells you the temp of your stuffs. and tiel that is a JOKE I JUST SELECTED THE THINGS I THOUGHT WOULD BE NICE TO HAVE Razz ILL TAKE DOWN THE NONSENSE AT ONECE.




I am thinking about using this pic as sig
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PostSubject: Re: CraftStudio   Wed Aug 15, 2012 10:39 am

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Because Macs suck, that's why rabbit


Tiel, I use both Macs and PCs. They both have their problems, but I've never had a Mac randomly have a disk crash while playing Minecraft. Plus, Macs come with built-in wireless, cameras, monitors (well, the iMac does anyway), disk-drive, and many others, meaning that a fully-functioning and reasonably powerful computer needs only 1 cord (for power), all the rest is wireless or built-in. The entire point of Macs is simplicity. That is why they succeed where Microsoft- more is better- fail.

Here are some good examples of why I think Macs are better:

I install the Wacom Tablet on the Windows computer. I need to load in the disk, register it online, accept the terms and agreements, and then wait for it too install for half an hour while I play Minecraft (on the other computer). I plug the same tablet into the Mac and it works straight away, no questions asked.

I boot up the Windows computer. When it is working properly, it takes a good 2 minuets to load, then another 2 minutes of intense lag while it goes through all the start-up programs. I boot up the Mac, and it is done within 30 seconds.

The default Mac text editor (I believe it is just called TextEdit) has proper formatting: sizing, colouring, a range of fonts, paragraphing and spacing. With Notepad, Window's default, you are lucky if you can change the font.


I could think of more, but I have better things to do with my life.

Your Windows machine sucks Knuts then... my Precision 6600 is awake inside 30 seconds and has no lag whatsoever... and completely smokes Crysis Warhead on max graphics. It does unspeakably awesome things to Minecraft that my old laptop couldn't do - namely, run it at ~200 FPS , smokes BF3...

It's a $3000 dollar laptop that I got for a little less than a grand. Guess who's happy with their summer job?

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PostSubject: Re: CraftStudio   Wed Aug 15, 2012 10:53 am

Lol, how's your battery life?
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PostSubject: Re: CraftStudio   Wed Aug 15, 2012 11:17 am

Running BF3 on max with my 9-cell LiPo battery, about an hour and a half.

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PostSubject: Re: CraftStudio   Wed Aug 15, 2012 1:09 pm

Alright, I might be just a smidgen jealous. Maybe.
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PostSubject: Re: CraftStudio   Wed Aug 15, 2012 1:11 pm

Same thing you said when I was naked.
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PostSubject: Re: CraftStudio   Wed Aug 15, 2012 3:07 pm

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Running BF3 on max with my 9-cell LiPo battery, about an hour and a half.

Is this the one with the Firepro GPU? lol!
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PostSubject: Re: CraftStudio   Wed Aug 15, 2012 9:26 pm

No, this is the one with the Nvidia GTX 680M.

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PostSubject: Re: CraftStudio   Sun Aug 19, 2012 3:49 pm

You know, there are some really impressive games in CraftStudio for an engine indev. Some are bad, but the others are simply amazing. All it needs is some decent lighting/shader support and man, there'd be no reason to play Minecraft!
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PostSubject: Re: CraftStudio   Tue Oct 02, 2012 11:27 am

(this might be NERCRO) *sees this* *WARPS MY MINING SHIP BACK TO STATION**downloads*
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