Bill and Jobs. I found it on FB. GEE BILL! HOW COME mun CPU You use TWO Hard drives? AREN' T P/ was thr CRAP DEVELOPED 37 FA/ ye; - Bill and Jobs I found it on FB GEE BILL! HOW COME mun CPU You use TWO Hard drives? AREN' T P/ was thr CRAP DEVELOPED 37 FA/ ye; -
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#36 - nonamemeant
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User avatar #75 to #36 - cactaur
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This is ******** and I'll prove it

BLAH BLAH BLAH macs are gay
#130 to #36 - yourealltwelve
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User avatar #241 to #36 - awesomenessdefined
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Blah Blah Blah "Blah Blah Blah Macs are gay"
#11 - turretbuddy
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As seen in the comments for the past 9001 years.
As seen in the comments for the past 9001 years.
#14 to #11 - dirtyhornets
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how can something be 9001 years old when the world is only 2013?
#185 - misterobotunicorn
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User avatar #247 to #185 - kwanzalord
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positively the best rendition
#359 - charliechambers
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Gee Al-Qaeda, two towers?
User avatar #1 - thice
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is microsoft creating cpu's now?
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#12 to #5 - anon id: 6876a4f7
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You can hate apple all you want but Steve Jobs is not at all retarded.
User avatar #295 to #1 - magroobtube
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I think Microsoft is a pretty cool guy. Eh kills aleins and doesnt afraid of anything.
User avatar #60 to #1 - Cocacolafire
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Microsoft is a software (yes, Bing/Office/Live Mail all count as software) and an operating system developer (Windows). Comapnies like Intel and AMD make the actual hardware that the software uses via the hardrive/solid state drive.. Many gamers use an Intel i5-i7 CPU and an AMD Radeon HD graphics card which are cheaper and use less wattage. (hwcompare.com), while the very high end enthusiasts (~$1000 video cards) go with Nvidia due to their massive GTX690. There is no "real" difference between the two, each has their ups and downs. AMD makes lower-end CPU's that do their job, and are much cheaper than Intel. However, they aren't as much preferred by gamers because they don't output as much processing power as Intel (hence, why they are much more affordable). If you are interested in buying/building a computer (I highly suggest building as you tend to take more care of it, and treat it like a baby), I advise you never to "bottleneck" your GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) and CPU (Central Processing Unit). These two things combined with ~8 gigs of RAM (Random Access Memory) and a 7200 RPM (Rotations per minute) hardrive, or solid state drive (which are more expensive, but give you 2-3x the speed of a normal hardrive) will give you an amazingly fast computer under a budget. A decent processor will cost ~$200 and a decent graphics card will cost around ~$100. Always remember to look everywhere, amazon, newegg, walmart, and your local electronics store, fill out a budget plan, and research what parts you want. I built my system for ~$1600, which may seem expensive, but it beats paying ~$1000 every 3 years to buy a brand-new computer since the old one had a graphics card already a year old when you buy a pre-built one.

As a final note, it isn't that hard to actually build a new computer. It's pretty full-proof "This connector fits in this slot on the motherboard" type situation.

TL:DR, No, they aren't, if you are interested in getting a new computer, build your own.
User avatar #230 to #60 - mcfunkdaddy
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microsoft do make hardware aswell. not sure if your implying they dont.
User avatar #405 to #230 - Cocacolafire
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When I was talking in terms of Microsoft, I was inferring that I haven't see a "computer part", (such as a CPU, RAM, SSD, PSU, Heatsink, etc). I do know they make computer peripherals such as keyboards (I myself have a Sidewinder x4) mice, and webcams.
#163 to #60 - critality
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You seem to know your ****, would you be so kind as to tell me how will this (pic related) build be for the videogames?

I already have a case and a graphics card (Radeon HD 6670) I intend to use, the GPU will do fine until I upgrade, but this is pretty much the limit of my budget for now. first build too.
User avatar #201 to #163 - theist
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make the jump to ssd. best investment i've ever made
User avatar #240 to #201 - rmoran
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Agreed. No SSD on a custom PC makes no sense these days.
User avatar #404 to #163 - Cocacolafire
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Those parts will work just fine, be sure to buy a heatsink which will cost around ~$30. Your power supply is more than adequate, I'm sure 650 watts will work fine (unless you plan to overclock, which I suggest you don't do until you are very familiar with computers)

Other than that, I would recommend a SSD and a HDD (What I do is put the games I'm currently playing on the SSD, aswell as Windows. This way whatever game I wish to play, I just copy it over from my HDD to my SSD (such as team fortress 2) in order to increase map-loading times. On my HDD (which is 2TB) I put various things such as games/music/programs, so as it won't slow down my SSD, and I can have them ready to go at any time.

SSD's have come a long way in the past 2 years. Their average life expectancy is about 8-10 years, and varies with companies. The two biggest companies that produce top of the line SSD's is Samsung and Intel, with Intel once again being a bit more expensive (I'm guessing you see the pattern here by now). OCZ is also a company that has a good amount of rep aswell. When I'm looking for a SSD, I always go by reviews first (newegg has a sick-ass "feedback" section when you are looking for a device/part), see what people are saying, then list the top 3 that I find by price, a top-rated low, a top-rated medium, a top-rated high, and pick whichever one I can afford at the time.
User avatar #200 to #163 - buttinspecter
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That'll work just fine. If you want to know how well it will do with any specific game, go to game-debate.com. Search for the game and then (about halfway down the game's page) fill out the specs of your rig to find out how the CPU, GPU, and RAM will rate from 1-10 for that game.
User avatar #194 to #163 - DrSalvador
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Sheeeeeeeeeit, radeon? Nvidia....
User avatar #287 to #60 - garymotherfinoak
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isnt attaching the cpu a pain in the ass though?
User avatar #402 to #287 - Cocacolafire
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No, it fits into the motherboard in a slot just fine, It's not "attached" it has a hatch that you lock it into place, and afterwards you place a heatsink on in order to cool it (these things reach 80C within ~10-15 seconds after you turn it on (I found this out when I had misplaced my heatsink on the first time I built a computer)
User avatar #407 to #402 - garymotherfinoak
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alright then, thank you :3
User avatar #305 to #287 - KillinTime
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no
#301 to #287 - worstcase
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It can be tricky because the CPU chip fits into the socket in a specific direction and must be done so very gently. Otherwise you might bend/break a pin which would render it destroyed.
User avatar #409 to #301 - Cocacolafire
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Your motherboard/CPU booklet (that comes with the CPU/motherboard thankfully) will most likely visually show you the way to insert the CPU in (I know that my Intel one has a positive hole that I use to align it with the negative of my motherboard).

When I first installed a CPU into my motherboard, I felt that I was breaking it (since I could hear "crystals" start crackling eve so softly as I was hooking it onto the latch). This is normal I believe because I had to re-install it three times (heatsink issues) and heard it all three times, and still works just fine.
User avatar #2 to #1 - peacerock [OP]
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No.
#7 - Cleavland Steamer
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#211 - patofeliz
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User avatar #283 to #211 - bateking
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That's the saddest **** I've seen in a while, thanks man........
#258 to #211 - soundofwinter
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#112 - Mawxter
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#209 - zogeon
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#4 - anon id: ca99e31e
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Really? I got three hard drives running through my mac ATM. Also, I'm running pure linux not faggot OS X.
#10 to #4 - kunstlich
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Buys a mac

Uses linux

Uh... k?
User avatar #6 to #4 - viscerys
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Four in my PC, beeyotch.
#21 to #6 - anon id: 3221f111
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cool story