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Date Signed Up:12/25/2010
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#178 - Oh look, you being a wrong, faggot again. Superman can lif…  [+] (1 reply) 11/11/2014 on Mjolnir -3
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#189 - lorkhan (11/11/2014) [-]
You are stalking me you shitstain get away from me pls.
#20 - I obviously do and you thumbed me down for no reason, faggot.  [+] (1 reply) 11/11/2014 on Stay home. Stay safe. -2
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#21 - Temari (11/11/2014) [-]
>2013+1
>Caring about thumbs

I thumbed you down cause I didn't like the point you were making. Do you want me to respond "I disagree" and thumb you up or some shit? Man up.
#64 - Ahh, I see. I started gaming on a 6gb RAM 750 HDD Dell a few y…  [+] (1 reply) 11/10/2014 on What year is this? -1
#79 - turbanmasher (11/11/2014) [-]
I started back in about 2000, with a 666Mhz cpu, 256 ram, 8mb grapics, and like a 2 gb hard drive. The PC i made last year was about $800, Asus mobo, A10-6800K APU 4.3 GHz (integrated AMD 8670D graphics), 8 gb ram, 120gb SSD primary, 1Tb 7200 RPM secondary. Most of the games I play I can max out at 1920x1200 but I usually drop it to 1200x800ish for frame rate and raliablility.
#60 - Ehh, to be honest you get what you pay for. I shelled out …  [+] (3 replies) 11/10/2014 on What year is this? -1
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#62 - dehnoobshow (11/10/2014) [-]
I have a laptop. It was already stronger than my last laptop. I became more of a PC gamer when I got this one.
Runs TF2 like a charm, Runs XCOM: Enemy Unknown like a charm, pretty much games like Terraria, Garry's Mod, Really Big Sky, Fallout: New Vegas...

But Evolve and Payday: The Heist? GG man, GG.

I got all my games for free. Besides Fallout New Vegas.
Get on my poorfag level I'm obviously kidding, I don't want you to suffer this curse.
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#64 - grrphc (11/10/2014) [-]
Ahh, I see. I started gaming on a 6gb RAM 750 HDD Dell a few years back when I first started building my steam library, but then I got hired at Best Buy of all places and builty my first rig. If you ever have the opportunity to build a rig, you'd need about $700 for what I would call a "First Level Gaming PC" to handle all your games at 1080p 60+fps.

You're a good sport guy. I bought New Vegas like last week when it was $5
#79 - turbanmasher (11/11/2014) [-]
I started back in about 2000, with a 666Mhz cpu, 256 ram, 8mb grapics, and like a 2 gb hard drive. The PC i made last year was about $800, Asus mobo, A10-6800K APU 4.3 GHz (integrated AMD 8670D graphics), 8 gb ram, 120gb SSD primary, 1Tb 7200 RPM secondary. Most of the games I play I can max out at 1920x1200 but I usually drop it to 1200x800ish for frame rate and raliablility.
#57 - I've never pirated a game. And ehh, that's understandable.…  [+] (5 replies) 11/10/2014 on What year is this? -1
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#59 - dehnoobshow (11/10/2014) [-]
I always wondered how my Xbox could play 50 games and not have one single issue running them while my PC gets 7 and barely runs a new one.
Then the Hardcopy factor kicks in.

Steam sells new games that just released for it's full price. Example, Evolve is 69$ on steam.
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#60 - grrphc (11/10/2014) [-]
Ehh, to be honest you get what you pay for.
I shelled out a little over 2k for my rig and it's heavenly.
Sites like HumbleBundle and other discount sites that let you redeem games through Steam do not
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#62 - dehnoobshow (11/10/2014) [-]
I have a laptop. It was already stronger than my last laptop. I became more of a PC gamer when I got this one.
Runs TF2 like a charm, Runs XCOM: Enemy Unknown like a charm, pretty much games like Terraria, Garry's Mod, Really Big Sky, Fallout: New Vegas...

But Evolve and Payday: The Heist? GG man, GG.

I got all my games for free. Besides Fallout New Vegas.
Get on my poorfag level I'm obviously kidding, I don't want you to suffer this curse.
User avatar
#64 - grrphc (11/10/2014) [-]
Ahh, I see. I started gaming on a 6gb RAM 750 HDD Dell a few years back when I first started building my steam library, but then I got hired at Best Buy of all places and builty my first rig. If you ever have the opportunity to build a rig, you'd need about $700 for what I would call a "First Level Gaming PC" to handle all your games at 1080p 60+fps.

You're a good sport guy. I bought New Vegas like last week when it was $5
#79 - turbanmasher (11/11/2014) [-]
I started back in about 2000, with a 666Mhz cpu, 256 ram, 8mb grapics, and like a 2 gb hard drive. The PC i made last year was about $800, Asus mobo, A10-6800K APU 4.3 GHz (integrated AMD 8670D graphics), 8 gb ram, 120gb SSD primary, 1Tb 7200 RPM secondary. Most of the games I play I can max out at 1920x1200 but I usually drop it to 1200x800ish for frame rate and raliablility.
#53 - Oh then man how or why are you even buying games at full price…  [+] (8 replies) 11/10/2014 on What year is this? -1
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#56 - dehnoobshow (11/10/2014) [-]
Hardcopies keep the game data on the disk, allowing you to keep space on your computer.

And some of us aren't pirating assholes*. Some of us support the makers of the game.


* Pirating Asshole: A person who pirates the game and never goes to buy it later.
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#72 - shunkahawolf (11/10/2014) [-]
hardcopy master race
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#57 - grrphc (11/10/2014) [-]
I've never pirated a game.
And ehh, that's understandable. I have 2 TB and a 120 SSD and I like having them all on my computer, but I can understand liking hard copies for the obvious purposes.
User avatar
#59 - dehnoobshow (11/10/2014) [-]
I always wondered how my Xbox could play 50 games and not have one single issue running them while my PC gets 7 and barely runs a new one.
Then the Hardcopy factor kicks in.

Steam sells new games that just released for it's full price. Example, Evolve is 69$ on steam.
User avatar
#60 - grrphc (11/10/2014) [-]
Ehh, to be honest you get what you pay for.
I shelled out a little over 2k for my rig and it's heavenly.
Sites like HumbleBundle and other discount sites that let you redeem games through Steam do not
User avatar
#62 - dehnoobshow (11/10/2014) [-]
I have a laptop. It was already stronger than my last laptop. I became more of a PC gamer when I got this one.
Runs TF2 like a charm, Runs XCOM: Enemy Unknown like a charm, pretty much games like Terraria, Garry's Mod, Really Big Sky, Fallout: New Vegas...

But Evolve and Payday: The Heist? GG man, GG.

I got all my games for free. Besides Fallout New Vegas.
Get on my poorfag level I'm obviously kidding, I don't want you to suffer this curse.
User avatar
#64 - grrphc (11/10/2014) [-]
Ahh, I see. I started gaming on a 6gb RAM 750 HDD Dell a few years back when I first started building my steam library, but then I got hired at Best Buy of all places and builty my first rig. If you ever have the opportunity to build a rig, you'd need about $700 for what I would call a "First Level Gaming PC" to handle all your games at 1080p 60+fps.

You're a good sport guy. I bought New Vegas like last week when it was $5
#79 - turbanmasher (11/11/2014) [-]
I started back in about 2000, with a 666Mhz cpu, 256 ram, 8mb grapics, and like a 2 gb hard drive. The PC i made last year was about $800, Asus mobo, A10-6800K APU 4.3 GHz (integrated AMD 8670D graphics), 8 gb ram, 120gb SSD primary, 1Tb 7200 RPM secondary. Most of the games I play I can max out at 1920x1200 but I usually drop it to 1200x800ish for frame rate and raliablility.
#50 - I don't wanna be that guy but... If you haven't swit…  [+] (10 replies) 11/10/2014 on What year is this? -1
#52 - turbanmasher (11/10/2014) [-]
Yes I have a PC. what does that have to do with anything?
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#53 - grrphc (11/10/2014) [-]
Oh then man how or why are you even buying games at full price? Or at the store?
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#56 - dehnoobshow (11/10/2014) [-]
Hardcopies keep the game data on the disk, allowing you to keep space on your computer.

And some of us aren't pirating assholes*. Some of us support the makers of the game.


* Pirating Asshole: A person who pirates the game and never goes to buy it later.
User avatar
#72 - shunkahawolf (11/10/2014) [-]
hardcopy master race
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#57 - grrphc (11/10/2014) [-]
I've never pirated a game.
And ehh, that's understandable. I have 2 TB and a 120 SSD and I like having them all on my computer, but I can understand liking hard copies for the obvious purposes.
User avatar
#59 - dehnoobshow (11/10/2014) [-]
I always wondered how my Xbox could play 50 games and not have one single issue running them while my PC gets 7 and barely runs a new one.
Then the Hardcopy factor kicks in.

Steam sells new games that just released for it's full price. Example, Evolve is 69$ on steam.
User avatar
#60 - grrphc (11/10/2014) [-]
Ehh, to be honest you get what you pay for.
I shelled out a little over 2k for my rig and it's heavenly.
Sites like HumbleBundle and other discount sites that let you redeem games through Steam do not
User avatar
#62 - dehnoobshow (11/10/2014) [-]
I have a laptop. It was already stronger than my last laptop. I became more of a PC gamer when I got this one.
Runs TF2 like a charm, Runs XCOM: Enemy Unknown like a charm, pretty much games like Terraria, Garry's Mod, Really Big Sky, Fallout: New Vegas...

But Evolve and Payday: The Heist? GG man, GG.

I got all my games for free. Besides Fallout New Vegas.
Get on my poorfag level I'm obviously kidding, I don't want you to suffer this curse.
User avatar
#64 - grrphc (11/10/2014) [-]
Ahh, I see. I started gaming on a 6gb RAM 750 HDD Dell a few years back when I first started building my steam library, but then I got hired at Best Buy of all places and builty my first rig. If you ever have the opportunity to build a rig, you'd need about $700 for what I would call a "First Level Gaming PC" to handle all your games at 1080p 60+fps.

You're a good sport guy. I bought New Vegas like last week when it was $5
#79 - turbanmasher (11/11/2014) [-]
I started back in about 2000, with a 666Mhz cpu, 256 ram, 8mb grapics, and like a 2 gb hard drive. The PC i made last year was about $800, Asus mobo, A10-6800K APU 4.3 GHz (integrated AMD 8670D graphics), 8 gb ram, 120gb SSD primary, 1Tb 7200 RPM secondary. Most of the games I play I can max out at 1920x1200 but I usually drop it to 1200x800ish for frame rate and raliablility.
#48 - Wooooah that's gay. lmao At Best Buy as long as it's worki…  [+] (12 replies) 11/10/2014 on What year is this? -1
#49 - turbanmasher (11/10/2014) [-]
Very gay. But I don't usually buy games brand new, I either buy second hand or on sale. Plus waiting awhile gives time for good reviews to come out.
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#50 - grrphc (11/10/2014) [-]
I don't wanna be that guy but...
If you haven't switch to PC and make your dreams come true
#52 - turbanmasher (11/10/2014) [-]
Yes I have a PC. what does that have to do with anything?
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#53 - grrphc (11/10/2014) [-]
Oh then man how or why are you even buying games at full price? Or at the store?
User avatar
#56 - dehnoobshow (11/10/2014) [-]
Hardcopies keep the game data on the disk, allowing you to keep space on your computer.

And some of us aren't pirating assholes*. Some of us support the makers of the game.


* Pirating Asshole: A person who pirates the game and never goes to buy it later.
User avatar
#72 - shunkahawolf (11/10/2014) [-]
hardcopy master race
User avatar
#57 - grrphc (11/10/2014) [-]
I've never pirated a game.
And ehh, that's understandable. I have 2 TB and a 120 SSD and I like having them all on my computer, but I can understand liking hard copies for the obvious purposes.
User avatar
#59 - dehnoobshow (11/10/2014) [-]
I always wondered how my Xbox could play 50 games and not have one single issue running them while my PC gets 7 and barely runs a new one.
Then the Hardcopy factor kicks in.

Steam sells new games that just released for it's full price. Example, Evolve is 69$ on steam.
User avatar
#60 - grrphc (11/10/2014) [-]
Ehh, to be honest you get what you pay for.
I shelled out a little over 2k for my rig and it's heavenly.
Sites like HumbleBundle and other discount sites that let you redeem games through Steam do not
User avatar
#62 - dehnoobshow (11/10/2014) [-]
I have a laptop. It was already stronger than my last laptop. I became more of a PC gamer when I got this one.
Runs TF2 like a charm, Runs XCOM: Enemy Unknown like a charm, pretty much games like Terraria, Garry's Mod, Really Big Sky, Fallout: New Vegas...

But Evolve and Payday: The Heist? GG man, GG.

I got all my games for free. Besides Fallout New Vegas.
Get on my poorfag level I'm obviously kidding, I don't want you to suffer this curse.
User avatar
#64 - grrphc (11/10/2014) [-]
Ahh, I see. I started gaming on a 6gb RAM 750 HDD Dell a few years back when I first started building my steam library, but then I got hired at Best Buy of all places and builty my first rig. If you ever have the opportunity to build a rig, you'd need about $700 for what I would call a "First Level Gaming PC" to handle all your games at 1080p 60+fps.

You're a good sport guy. I bought New Vegas like last week when it was $5
#79 - turbanmasher (11/11/2014) [-]
I started back in about 2000, with a 666Mhz cpu, 256 ram, 8mb grapics, and like a 2 gb hard drive. The PC i made last year was about $800, Asus mobo, A10-6800K APU 4.3 GHz (integrated AMD 8670D graphics), 8 gb ram, 120gb SSD primary, 1Tb 7200 RPM secondary. Most of the games I play I can max out at 1920x1200 but I usually drop it to 1200x800ish for frame rate and raliablility.