Enlarge. and you alienware faggots too.. sooooooo would now not be a good time to say i got a new macbook yesterday?
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and you alienware faggots too

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Submitted: 02/03/2013
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User avatar #25 - iamconbon (02/04/2013) [+] (1 reply)
sooooooo would now not be a good time to say i got a new macbook yesterday?
User avatar #7 - nightmaren (02/03/2013) [+] (7 replies)
I don't see why all you pathetic ******* morons give such a huge **** about what computers people use. If someone wants to spend an extra 400 dollars or whatever for a computer they find more visually appealing that's their own business. I'm not sure why you losers bitch and moan about it like someone's attacking your personal beliefs.

You all sound like a bunch of ******* babies. "ohh boohoo u dont use whut i use and wat i use is betr ur a fuking idiot 4 using that stuf let me tel u y ur such an idiot and how much beter i am than u at everi aspect of existense"
No, I don't use a mac. I don't own any Apple products. I'm just tired of you retards crying about how stupid people who use macs are, and talk about them like they're ******* child murderers.
User avatar #11 to #7 - banteringcat (02/04/2013) [-]
Found the Mac user!
#45 - tealkangaroo (02/04/2013) [+] (30 replies)
Some small computing specialist stores can pre-build your computers for you, it ends up being about 50-100 more expensive, but still, if you're not tech savy I think it's the right way to go!

I finished building mine a bit after christmas and I should be getting my new mouse and keyboard very soon! I'm very excited :P

Pic related, the computer I built (inb4 cable management, it's my first one I've built myself)
User avatar #29 - TheMagicBong (02/04/2013) [+] (2 replies)
So, could anyone help me out real quick?

I want to finally break free of my dad's stupid mac fanboy-ness, and now that I can afford my own computer, I don't even know where to begin looking for the best prices. Also, how difficult IS building your own pc?
User avatar #34 to #29 - unknownmercury (02/04/2013) [-]
Building it isn't the hard part. It's finding what you want and knowing what's what. For instance, the difference between a standard drive and a solid state drive. But, putting the parts together took me about an hour, and I'd never put one together before in my life.
#44 - Airmanator ONLINE (02/04/2013) [-]
ASUS/Corsair master race!   
Maybe a little bit of Gigabyte too.
ASUS/Corsair master race!

Maybe a little bit of Gigabyte too.
#40 - thegamerslife (02/04/2013) [-]
He's right you know.
#26 - anonymous (02/04/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I'd like to note that, as an owner of both a MacBook Pro 15" (2011, 2GHz QC i7, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD), Dell XPS 15 (L502X, 2011, 2.2GHz QC i7, but with 16GB RAM and 256GB SSD), I can -guarantee- you that the Pro will always get 3-6 hours of battery life, and that the XPS 15 requires the 6 cell battery (which is horrible to use because it protrudes awkwardly) to get anywhere near that. The pro bottoms out at 3 hours when I'm running a Windows + Linux VM simultaneously, and the XPS will get as low as 90 minutes of battery life when I'm running my Linux VM. I can't even get close to 6 hours with the 6 cell battery just web browsing, whereas the MBP consistently gives me even up to 7 hours of battery if all I'm doing is web browsing and programming. So the battery life on the XPS is probably "screen off, processor on" battery life.

Also, the XPS 15 cost me (new) $1,330 and the Pro cost me $1,900. The upgrades to the SSDs and RAM were the same cost, so the difference in cost was approx. $570. Yes, that's a lot, but in all honesty, my XPS just sits in my apt nowadays and acts as a server that runs Linux, because my MBP is nicer in just about every aspect. The only place the XPS definitely beat the Mac is screen resolution; 1920x1080 on 15" is so much nicer than 1680x1050. And the XPS' screen quality is better.

I'll concede that Macs are expensive as hell, but I will also say that the hardware (i.e. build quality. Not CPU speed. Dat feel when you pick the computer up.) is the best I've gotten on a laptop. The closest that I've ever found was the Samsung Series 9 ultrabooks, but those are just about as much as MacBook Airs, so it's just OS preference.

Personally, I do all my work over SSH and I don't game often, and OS X's Terminal beats the crap out of PuTTY, (and I never could get Linux to match the battery life of Windows, let alone OS X.) so OS X > Windows.

tl;dr: Image is inaccurate. Macs are nice because of reasons. Even for people that know computers. U mad?
User avatar #28 to #27 - judoman (02/04/2013) [-]
and not one of those pussy visual-appearance-matters thinkpad either.

Real men buy the *************************** thinkpads that they use as a shield when having knife fights with bears interrupting their meal of raw meat and the tears of pansies who think Mac OSX beats "linux" as though linux is an operating system when it is just a kernel.
User avatar #9 - akinto (02/03/2013) [+] (8 replies)
Probably not the best place to post, but I've been looking to buy a laptop, I currently have a desktop pc which is basically **** considering I've been gaming more recently and games take ages to load and have to be played on the lowest settings. The reason why I'm looking for a laptop is because I want to save space on my desk and I hate all the wires that a pc needs.

So I was wondering what you guys would recommend, mainly want to game casually on normal settings and stuff.

Yeah I'm a total noob when it comes to this stuff, especially laptops since nobody ever recommends them and immediately starts telling me pc's are better because they're customisable
User avatar #22 to #12 - darman (02/04/2013) [-]
Asus makes solid systems. I absolutely adore my Asus desktop. If space is an issue you could invest in a desk with a elevated under-tray. It allows for a bulkier system and keeps it well ventilated.
#37 - ShaunG ONLINE (02/04/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Tech question: is it possible to install an Apple OS on non-apple produced hardware?

mfw curious on the subject.
#72 - anonymous (02/04/2013) [-]
I bought a Foxconn bare bones system a couple of years ago for my first custom build...

I don't feel good right now...
User avatar #70 - generaljosh (02/04/2013) [-]
Heh, I'm on an XPS 15 right now. It's such a nice computer. I got it two years ago for $1,100, but I can still play games like BF3 on medium settings. Only problems are that it weighs a metric **** ton, and that it runs out of batteries in about 20 minutes. Really nice as a pseudo desktop computer.
User avatar #53 - ptpt (02/04/2013) [-]
Anyone know good atx midtower case?
Mine kinda broke.
Up to about 60€
#47 - NicksterMagster (02/04/2013) [-]
I love my laptop just the way it is. :D
User avatar #38 - JamesCraft (02/04/2013) [-]
I like my Mac.
#35 - anonymous (02/04/2013) [-]
lol @ common sense. Yes, I agree that is optimal to build your own pc, but MOST people haven't the first clue of how to.
#33 - anonymous (02/04/2013) [-]
I use a mac for professional use. In terms of creative applications mac simply wins. I produce music, and my Macbook Pro has served me well. I use a PC for everything else, but as a dedicated computer, I can't say that there are any problems with the mac.

Stop trying to prove one OS is superior to the other, just use the one you enjoy working with, and stop bitching.
User avatar #32 - danster (02/04/2013) [-]
I'd imagine an Apple employee makes a lot of money...
User avatar #30 - illegalartist (02/04/2013) [-]
my best friend is an apple fanboy and has dreams of one day becoming some great app developer (total faggot). But, unlike me, he comes from a rich family that can waste money on that **** .

I do, however, have an iphone 4 that a family member got at a discount for me after the iphone 5 came out. Frankly, I feel its pretty overrated but having 3g is nice, even if i get charged through the ass for it. Anyone know how to add a custom ringtone with the new itunes updates?
User avatar #23 - VincentKing ONLINE (02/04/2013) [-]
I get my computer parts from MSY (I think it is called) a bit cheaper than some online stores and the drive there is rather fun.
User avatar #10 - TheOriginalNerd ONLINE (02/04/2013) [-]
im pretty happy with my prebuilt
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