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#103 - trevorsta
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(01/02/2013) [-]
My sleep overs:
Become LANs of 5-20 friends and friends of friends
Play basically everything we can think of
go out and smoke hubly every few rounds
midnight food run (McD's or KFC usually)
do weird **** on the way there and back
eat, game, repeat if you still have food
6 a.m feeltired.jpg
everyone stands on roof as the sun comes up
half pass out at 8 other half go running (and passes out when we get home)
sleep 30 minutes usually and do it again
Worthit.avi

Pic related
#109 to #103 - sedativechunk ONLINE
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(01/02/2013) [-]
Is that a thermaltake full tower case I spot...
Is that a thermaltake full tower case I spot...
#111 to #109 - trevorsta
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(01/02/2013) [-]
Why yes it is my good sir, thumb for good eye
#112 to #111 - sedativechunk ONLINE
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(01/02/2013) [-]
Very nice, yes you are among other PC enthusiast.
#113 to #112 - trevorsta
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(01/02/2013) [-]
This Pleases me! The Thermaltake is my friends, I myself has a NZXT Phantom (Full tower)
#157 to #113 - sedativechunk ONLINE
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(01/02/2013) [-]
Same case as me actually. You should cut out a window ;)
#159 to #157 - thatirishguy
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(01/02/2013) [-]
OH GOD.
MAXIMUM SEXINESS.
#137 to #113 - thatirishguy
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(01/02/2013) [-]
I'm still waiting for all my parts to arrive. My power supply came today. I have no girlfriend.
#141 to #137 - trevorsta
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(01/02/2013) [-]
Nice, what parts are you getting?
Nice, what parts are you getting?
#147 to #141 - oregmes
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(01/02/2013) [-]
fancy rich asses T.T
#146 to #141 - thatirishguy
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(01/02/2013) [-]
**thatirishguy rolled a random image posted in comment #2251309 at FJ RPG **
Case: CM Elite 430
PSU: be quiet! 630w Modular
RAM: 8GB DDR3 1600Mhz (Corsair)
GPU: Asus Radeon HD 7770 2GB
HDD: 750GB
Windows 7
Some other **** I can't remember.
Maximum budget build.
#158 to #146 - sedativechunk ONLINE
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(01/02/2013) [-]
Nice build, I recommend you (and everyone else here) invest in a** solid state drive** for your primary drive. If you shop around you can grab a 120GB Samsung one for as low as $70 bucks sometimes. They are well worth it. I keep my OS on it, Windows boots in under 18 seconds. I also keep a main game I play on it, like BF3, I load in before everyone else and grab the jet. Mine is the Corsair force GT 120GB. As long as you use it wisely it will last you a long time. (like don't put games like LOL or Starcraft II on it... you have to wait for everyone else to load!) don't worry, you'll eventually get one if you become an enthusiast... it starts with a few parts till you have a million dollar monster sitting at your desk with liquid pumps, mods, lights, and the works. I see people spend $100+ just on colored wiring sleeves!   
   
Oh yea, and your girlfriend comment, yea I know that feel. I actually just started building my own comps last year after going through a hard break up (she was a closet lesbian that left me for a girl). It gave me something else to focus on for a long time and helped me get over it. :) Building computers for me is a way to enjoy my single life as a guy in my 20's. If I meet someone again someday that is worth it maybe I will invest my time/heart into them instead but so far the only thing that has gotten me is alot of pain and heartache.
Nice build, I recommend you (and everyone else here) invest in a** solid state drive** for your primary drive. If you shop around you can grab a 120GB Samsung one for as low as $70 bucks sometimes. They are well worth it. I keep my OS on it, Windows boots in under 18 seconds. I also keep a main game I play on it, like BF3, I load in before everyone else and grab the jet. Mine is the Corsair force GT 120GB. As long as you use it wisely it will last you a long time. (like don't put games like LOL or Starcraft II on it... you have to wait for everyone else to load!) don't worry, you'll eventually get one if you become an enthusiast... it starts with a few parts till you have a million dollar monster sitting at your desk with liquid pumps, mods, lights, and the works. I see people spend $100+ just on colored wiring sleeves!

Oh yea, and your girlfriend comment, yea I know that feel. I actually just started building my own comps last year after going through a hard break up (she was a closet lesbian that left me for a girl). It gave me something else to focus on for a long time and helped me get over it. :) Building computers for me is a way to enjoy my single life as a guy in my 20's. If I meet someone again someday that is worth it maybe I will invest my time/heart into them instead but so far the only thing that has gotten me is alot of pain and heartache.
#149 to #146 - thatirishguy
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(01/02/2013) [-]
**thatirishguy rolled a random image posted in comment #421671 at Anime & Manga **
Should probably mention the AMD Phenom II X4 965 as well for CPU.
#152 to #149 - trevorsta
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(01/02/2013) [-]
Don't worry its not that bad

Here's mine

Casis: NZXT Phantom
PSU: Coolmaster 800W
RAM: 8GB 2100Mhz Corsair Vengeance
GPU: 2 x ASUS DCII GTX 560 Ti 2GB 256bit (Hopefully GTX 670 soon)
HDD: 1TB 2 x 500GB (will be a 2T as well soon)
Motherboard: MSI 970A-G46 970GX AM3+
CPU: AMD FX 8150
#153 to #152 - thatirishguy
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(01/02/2013) [-]
As I was reading your comment, my case arrived :D
Very nice.
#154 to #153 - trevorsta
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(01/02/2013) [-]
NICE!! now go good sir and be awesome with your new parts