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#45182 - Guys, I would really like your opinions on the Oculus Rift, wi…  [+] (7 new replies) 01/11/2016 on Technology Board 0
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#45222 - durkadurka (01/13/2016) [-]
I've never used a controller with my gaming rig.

I honestly don't see a huge reason to jump on this thing so early. It's not like they've even figured out what kind of games will work well with VR or even if VR brings something to the experience that we need.

I'd rather wait to see if this takes off. Otherwise this will just be the next 3D TV.
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#45202 - marmiteistasty (01/11/2016) [-]
personally im really worried about how compatible glasses are
i dont want to get contacts just so i can play vr games. im making the assumption that if the headset has ample space to fit glasses in it’s gonna be at least somewhat comfortable
it’s expensive. it’s really expensive, and apparently the vive will be too. i guess some people will find it useful to have a headset and gamepad bundled with it but honestly since theyre aiming at the really high end market that would shell out 600 bucks for a gpu to play vr and 600 dollars for a vr headset i think they missed the mark on target audience by a pretty wide berth. i just wanted to program myself a waifu and be done with human contact, but they give me all this extra stuff.
htc and facebook do actually have the ability to lose quite a lot of money on the whole vr thing so while i do think its valiant of the developers to cut profits to make the headset cheaper, i dont particularly anything but gauging the market on pricing and consumer centric features.
tl;dr i guess its cool but im really gonna go for the vive or something next gen
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#45195 - defectivedetective (01/11/2016) [-]
2 expensive 4 me since it already cost as much as my computer, but the xbox one controller sounds like a nice add on since they're pretty pricey to me as it is. The integrated headphones already sound like they'll be shit tho.
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#45184 - sannukas (01/11/2016) [-]
htc vive is the only vr headset that i'm interested in. Being able to move "freely" just adds so much to the vr experience.
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#45191 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
I hope I'm wrong, but from the apparent quality of the hardware, the Vive will cost a shitton of money.
And you'll need a whole empty room to experience it fully. Other than that I agree with you.
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#45192 - sannukas (01/11/2016) [-]
Well of course. The first generation of VR won't be cheap. It's definitely going to cost more than the oculus, unless they do some blood magic or sell it at a loss. And the thing with oculus is that you're not even getting the complete package with the base model, in Q2 they're releasing those nun-chuck controllers that vive has at launch. So oculus is just half-assing everything right now just so they could be the first on the market.
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#45193 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
Oh, yeah I forgot about that. Damn they're bad at this ! With a multi-billion USD company like Facebook you'd think they had at least a couple talented salesperson. But apparently not.
And that's a shame.
#45160 - In the exact same conditions you have 60fps on your monitor an…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/11/2016 on Technology Board 0
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#45161 - dreygur (01/11/2016) [-]
Yep. My regular monitor can have about 80, even, playing the exact same game.

I've played WiiU games on this TV, and those run at 60fps just fine. I'll check out the settings to see if I can change this.
#45157 - Also try using other video ports if you can. I don't know. 01/11/2016 on Technology Board 0
#45156 - Then I have no ******* clue what's causing the performance dro…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/11/2016 on Technology Board 0
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#45159 - dreygur (01/11/2016) [-]
Thanks for trying to help, but honestly, I'm not too bothered by it. I like the smoothness of my regular monitor when it comes to playing games, and performance issues kind of mean jack when I just use the TV to browse the internet.
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#45160 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
In the exact same conditions you have 60fps on your monitor and 30 on the TV ?

Your TV might simply be capped to 30Hz. A good confirmation of that is if the 30fps you're getting are perfectly stable.
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#45161 - dreygur (01/11/2016) [-]
Yep. My regular monitor can have about 80, even, playing the exact same game.

I've played WiiU games on this TV, and those run at 60fps just fine. I'll check out the settings to see if I can change this.
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#45157 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
Also try using other video ports if you can. I don't know.
#45154 - Damn.. What's your regular monitor's resolution ?  [+] (6 new replies) 01/11/2016 on Technology Board 0
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#45155 - dreygur (01/11/2016) [-]
1920x1080
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#45156 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
Then I have no fucking clue what's causing the performance drop, sorry.
You could try the usual troubleshooting methods, driver updates, system reboot etc. or wait for advice from the other members.
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#45159 - dreygur (01/11/2016) [-]
Thanks for trying to help, but honestly, I'm not too bothered by it. I like the smoothness of my regular monitor when it comes to playing games, and performance issues kind of mean jack when I just use the TV to browse the internet.
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#45160 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
In the exact same conditions you have 60fps on your monitor and 30 on the TV ?

Your TV might simply be capped to 30Hz. A good confirmation of that is if the 30fps you're getting are perfectly stable.
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#45161 - dreygur (01/11/2016) [-]
Yep. My regular monitor can have about 80, even, playing the exact same game.

I've played WiiU games on this TV, and those run at 60fps just fine. I'll check out the settings to see if I can change this.
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#45157 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
Also try using other video ports if you can. I don't know.
#107 - That was intended as a joke; but yeah.  [+] (1 new reply) 01/11/2016 on Mom's cleaning laptop 0
#117 - oriphiel (01/11/2016) [-]
i work at an american customer service hotline for metlife, its not a joke, our main call driver is retarded indians who broke their computers
#105 - If you've ever called a customer service hotline, you know tha…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/11/2016 on Mom's cleaning laptop +4
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#106 - incredibletaco (01/11/2016) [-]
I just thought that since all the indians at my college are taking computer courses
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#107 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
That was intended as a joke; but yeah.
#117 - oriphiel (01/11/2016) [-]
i work at an american customer service hotline for metlife, its not a joke, our main call driver is retarded indians who broke their computers
#45152 - That or use Win+P to go to "PC monitor only"  [+] (8 new replies) 01/11/2016 on Technology Board 0
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#45153 - dreygur (01/11/2016) [-]
It's better, but my framerate still goes down from ~60 to 30
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#45154 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
Damn..
What's your regular monitor's resolution ?
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#45155 - dreygur (01/11/2016) [-]
1920x1080
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#45156 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
Then I have no fucking clue what's causing the performance drop, sorry.
You could try the usual troubleshooting methods, driver updates, system reboot etc. or wait for advice from the other members.
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#45159 - dreygur (01/11/2016) [-]
Thanks for trying to help, but honestly, I'm not too bothered by it. I like the smoothness of my regular monitor when it comes to playing games, and performance issues kind of mean jack when I just use the TV to browse the internet.
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#45160 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
In the exact same conditions you have 60fps on your monitor and 30 on the TV ?

Your TV might simply be capped to 30Hz. A good confirmation of that is if the 30fps you're getting are perfectly stable.
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#45161 - dreygur (01/11/2016) [-]
Yep. My regular monitor can have about 80, even, playing the exact same game.

I've played WiiU games on this TV, and those run at 60fps just fine. I'll check out the settings to see if I can change this.
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#45157 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
Also try using other video ports if you can. I don't know.
#70 - **rzkruspe used "*roll picture*"** **rzkruspe rolled image…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/11/2016 on Douchebag 0
#72 - itsthetie (01/11/2016) [-]
**itsthetie used "*roll picture*"**
**itsthetie rolled image**
Thanks a lot man

<3 u 2
#87 - anon (01/11/2016) [-]
wtf
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#91 - tenfinnvo (01/11/2016) [-]
Queen's blade. Softcore porn. In other words, a fucking cock tease with no action.
#45150 - Even though doing so should not impact performance drastically…  [+] (10 new replies) 01/11/2016 on Technology Board 0
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#45151 - dreygur (01/11/2016) [-]
Turn off my other monitor or plug it off completely?
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#45152 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
That or use Win+P to go to "PC monitor only"
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#45153 - dreygur (01/11/2016) [-]
It's better, but my framerate still goes down from ~60 to 30
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#45154 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
Damn..
What's your regular monitor's resolution ?
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#45155 - dreygur (01/11/2016) [-]
1920x1080
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#45156 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
Then I have no fucking clue what's causing the performance drop, sorry.
You could try the usual troubleshooting methods, driver updates, system reboot etc. or wait for advice from the other members.
User avatar
#45159 - dreygur (01/11/2016) [-]
Thanks for trying to help, but honestly, I'm not too bothered by it. I like the smoothness of my regular monitor when it comes to playing games, and performance issues kind of mean jack when I just use the TV to browse the internet.
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#45160 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
In the exact same conditions you have 60fps on your monitor and 30 on the TV ?

Your TV might simply be capped to 30Hz. A good confirmation of that is if the 30fps you're getting are perfectly stable.
User avatar
#45161 - dreygur (01/11/2016) [-]
Yep. My regular monitor can have about 80, even, playing the exact same game.

I've played WiiU games on this TV, and those run at 60fps just fine. I'll check out the settings to see if I can change this.
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#45157 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
Also try using other video ports if you can. I don't know.
#68 - This would have legitimately made the comic about 47% better. …  [+] (6 new replies) 01/11/2016 on Douchebag +5
#101 - freshfresh (01/11/2016) [-]
Dude, the joke is already there. The 4 chords on the wall are the 4 first chords in wonderwall.
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#69 - itsthetie (01/11/2016) [-]
Haha, check out the bonus panel on my site: itsthetie.com/comic/douchebag/
#70 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
**rzkruspe used "*roll picture*"**
**rzkruspe rolled image**
Yeah I just saw it. Good job anyways.
#72 - itsthetie (01/11/2016) [-]
**itsthetie used "*roll picture*"**
**itsthetie rolled image**
Thanks a lot man

<3 u 2
#87 - anon (01/11/2016) [-]
wtf
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#91 - tenfinnvo (01/11/2016) [-]
Queen's blade. Softcore porn. In other words, a fucking cock tease with no action.
#45148 - Glad to learn that it worked. I'd say the grainy effe…  [+] (12 new replies) 01/11/2016 on Technology Board 0
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#45149 - dreygur (01/11/2016) [-]
Yeah, as mentioned, it's my second monitor. I plan on using one for games and the other for internet browsing.
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#45150 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
Even though doing so should not impact performance drastically, try using the TV alone, see if it fixes the lag.
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#45151 - dreygur (01/11/2016) [-]
Turn off my other monitor or plug it off completely?
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#45152 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
That or use Win+P to go to "PC monitor only"
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#45153 - dreygur (01/11/2016) [-]
It's better, but my framerate still goes down from ~60 to 30
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#45154 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
Damn..
What's your regular monitor's resolution ?
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#45155 - dreygur (01/11/2016) [-]
1920x1080
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#45156 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
Then I have no fucking clue what's causing the performance drop, sorry.
You could try the usual troubleshooting methods, driver updates, system reboot etc. or wait for advice from the other members.
User avatar
#45159 - dreygur (01/11/2016) [-]
Thanks for trying to help, but honestly, I'm not too bothered by it. I like the smoothness of my regular monitor when it comes to playing games, and performance issues kind of mean jack when I just use the TV to browse the internet.
User avatar
#45160 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
In the exact same conditions you have 60fps on your monitor and 30 on the TV ?

Your TV might simply be capped to 30Hz. A good confirmation of that is if the 30fps you're getting are perfectly stable.
User avatar
#45161 - dreygur (01/11/2016) [-]
Yep. My regular monitor can have about 80, even, playing the exact same game.

I've played WiiU games on this TV, and those run at 60fps just fine. I'll check out the settings to see if I can change this.
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#45157 - rzkruspe (01/11/2016) [-]
Also try using other video ports if you can. I don't know.
#45145 - Also, check the display mode of your tv. You may have a &q… 01/11/2016 on Technology Board 0
#45119 - Agreed.  [+] (3 new replies) 01/10/2016 on Technology Board 0
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#45443 - larrynonymous (01/18/2016) [-]
rzkruspe and kober, I really appreciate this. I have an old PC, I think the CPU and motherboard fried/broke because I was an idiot and I left it on all day, my mum said whilst I was at school it started making a really loud noise, I can't describe it but I'm pretty sure she made it out to sound like an overheated PC, so I assume the fan, mother board and cpu are fried. The power unit still works because I can turn it on and off fine, but it does not boot up, fan does not work. So I don't know if the harddrive is fucked or not. Question is do I use the remaining parts, can I use the other pieces like the ram I have, Im not sure what else is on there but I'll take pics.

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#45517 - kober (01/18/2016) [-]
As somebody who never turns off their computer (outside of restarts, power outages, upgrades, and moving) and haven't since I first built my computer in 2007, leaving it on all day should not cause problems.
Re-using the parts depends on how old it is. If it's still using DDR2, for example, I wouldn't bother.
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#45481 - rzkruspe (01/18/2016) [-]
Yeah post pics you dirty, you
But, if the PC is an old one like you said, I'd say do not re-use the parts, except maybe for the RAM and any part that would cost a ton.

Basically what we need here are the specs and the condition of the parts.
#45118 - I think they did, in Tek Syndicate's video, Paul clearly says … 01/10/2016 on Technology Board 0
#45114 - Hum no man, this is still the 805, it's written on the paper i…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/10/2016 on Technology Board 0
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#45116 - sannukas (01/10/2016) [-]
Or maybe all the articles wrote the name wrong. It does kinda look like 605
#45118 - rzkruspe (01/10/2016) [-]
I think they did, in Tek Syndicate's video, Paul clearly says this is the 805 with a blingy front panel and that it's just for show, but In Win may commercialize it later on.

<= Also it clearly is an '8' in the pic
#45112 - Also that In Win 805c is absolutely gorgeous for its price poi…  [+] (5 new replies) 01/10/2016 on Technology Board 0
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#45113 - sannukas (01/10/2016) [-]
Yeah, In Win makes some really nice and interesting looking cases.
This one is called In Win 605.
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#45114 - rzkruspe (01/10/2016) [-]
Hum no man, this is still the 805, it's written on the paper in the left corner of your pic.
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#45116 - sannukas (01/10/2016) [-]
Or maybe all the articles wrote the name wrong. It does kinda look like 605
#45118 - rzkruspe (01/10/2016) [-]
I think they did, in Tek Syndicate's video, Paul clearly says this is the 805 with a blingy front panel and that it's just for show, but In Win may commercialize it later on.

<= Also it clearly is an '8' in the pic
#45111 - Saving money for 8 years to spend it on your computer alone is…  [+] (5 new replies) 01/10/2016 on Technology Board +1
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#45117 - kober (01/10/2016) [-]
Technically, I didn't save for eight years. I've built, upgraded, and upgraded again in that time. I once had a Q6600, then an FX-8150, and now a 4930K. I once had an 8600, a 460, 660 Ti, and now a 780. I went from a CRT to 3 19" monitors to 3 27" monitors.
This year, I'll likely be upgrading quite a bit again now that I have a stable job. Hopefully that 1080 Ti comes out sometime...

In any case, if he can get a loan, then he can build something epic and pay it back fairly easily. Otherwise, he can save until he can afford something decent and upgradeable and work from there. There is no reason he can't build a system based off of his income.
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#45119 - rzkruspe (01/10/2016) [-]
Agreed.
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#45443 - larrynonymous (01/18/2016) [-]
rzkruspe and kober, I really appreciate this. I have an old PC, I think the CPU and motherboard fried/broke because I was an idiot and I left it on all day, my mum said whilst I was at school it started making a really loud noise, I can't describe it but I'm pretty sure she made it out to sound like an overheated PC, so I assume the fan, mother board and cpu are fried. The power unit still works because I can turn it on and off fine, but it does not boot up, fan does not work. So I don't know if the harddrive is fucked or not. Question is do I use the remaining parts, can I use the other pieces like the ram I have, Im not sure what else is on there but I'll take pics.

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#45517 - kober (01/18/2016) [-]
As somebody who never turns off their computer (outside of restarts, power outages, upgrades, and moving) and haven't since I first built my computer in 2007, leaving it on all day should not cause problems.
Re-using the parts depends on how old it is. If it's still using DDR2, for example, I wouldn't bother.
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#45481 - rzkruspe (01/18/2016) [-]
Yeah post pics you dirty, you
But, if the PC is an old one like you said, I'd say do not re-use the parts, except maybe for the RAM and any part that would cost a ton.

Basically what we need here are the specs and the condition of the parts.
#45109 - Oh ok, maybe I underestimated that. Did you build it bits …  [+] (7 new replies) 01/10/2016 on Technology Board 0
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#45110 - kober (01/10/2016) [-]
I got a small loan from my parents back in '07 (when I was only 10-11 years old) and bought a combination of used and new parts with it for pretty cheap and assembled it myself. I paid it off after a pretty long time (around 2011, whenever I started to take computer enthusiasm seriously) and continued to slowly buy parts one at a time - usually one or two things a year, typically covered by whatever I received for Christmas or my Birthday. The only upgrade I've bought since I got a job is my ROG Swift, actually, but even spending (or saving) as little as $200/mo. on upgrades could quickly add up to a beastly system.

Let's assume his income is entirely disposable (which, considering it's too little to really cover anything like rent or a car payment, it likely is). If he committed himself to it and spent half of what he makes on a computer, within a year he'd have spent (or saved enough to afford) roughly £1632 on a computer which is enough to build a very high end system. If he spent a forth of his income, he'd still have plenty to build a gaming system that could achieve 60FPS @ 1080p on most demanding titles.
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#45111 - rzkruspe (01/10/2016) [-]
Saving money for 8 years to spend it on your computer alone is quite humongous (I'm not being judgmental by any means here no really ).

Also when I said "twice that amount" I meant £600, altogether, not "£600 per month and saving money for a year".
Although that would also mean he doesn't spend his income in anything else, including food and basic stuff.

Holy shit this whole thread became speculations on the lifestyle of this guy.

larrynonymous we're really waiting for you here, if you need our help.
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#45117 - kober (01/10/2016) [-]
Technically, I didn't save for eight years. I've built, upgraded, and upgraded again in that time. I once had a Q6600, then an FX-8150, and now a 4930K. I once had an 8600, a 460, 660 Ti, and now a 780. I went from a CRT to 3 19" monitors to 3 27" monitors.
This year, I'll likely be upgrading quite a bit again now that I have a stable job. Hopefully that 1080 Ti comes out sometime...

In any case, if he can get a loan, then he can build something epic and pay it back fairly easily. Otherwise, he can save until he can afford something decent and upgradeable and work from there. There is no reason he can't build a system based off of his income.
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#45119 - rzkruspe (01/10/2016) [-]
Agreed.
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#45443 - larrynonymous (01/18/2016) [-]
rzkruspe and kober, I really appreciate this. I have an old PC, I think the CPU and motherboard fried/broke because I was an idiot and I left it on all day, my mum said whilst I was at school it started making a really loud noise, I can't describe it but I'm pretty sure she made it out to sound like an overheated PC, so I assume the fan, mother board and cpu are fried. The power unit still works because I can turn it on and off fine, but it does not boot up, fan does not work. So I don't know if the harddrive is fucked or not. Question is do I use the remaining parts, can I use the other pieces like the ram I have, Im not sure what else is on there but I'll take pics.

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#45517 - kober (01/18/2016) [-]
As somebody who never turns off their computer (outside of restarts, power outages, upgrades, and moving) and haven't since I first built my computer in 2007, leaving it on all day should not cause problems.
Re-using the parts depends on how old it is. If it's still using DDR2, for example, I wouldn't bother.
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#45481 - rzkruspe (01/18/2016) [-]
Yeah post pics you dirty, you
But, if the PC is an old one like you said, I'd say do not re-use the parts, except maybe for the RAM and any part that would cost a ton.

Basically what we need here are the specs and the condition of the parts.
#45099 - That's less than £300 a month, are you sure you want to build…  [+] (10 new replies) 01/10/2016 on Technology Board 0
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#45106 - kober (01/10/2016) [-]
I make a similar amount and was able to get my computer where it is with it.
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#45109 - rzkruspe (01/10/2016) [-]
Oh ok, maybe I underestimated that.
Did you build it bits by bits over a long period or you saved money for a few months and bought it all at once ?

Or is the pound Sterling way more worth than USD or Euros (the latter being my currency)
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#45110 - kober (01/10/2016) [-]
I got a small loan from my parents back in '07 (when I was only 10-11 years old) and bought a combination of used and new parts with it for pretty cheap and assembled it myself. I paid it off after a pretty long time (around 2011, whenever I started to take computer enthusiasm seriously) and continued to slowly buy parts one at a time - usually one or two things a year, typically covered by whatever I received for Christmas or my Birthday. The only upgrade I've bought since I got a job is my ROG Swift, actually, but even spending (or saving) as little as $200/mo. on upgrades could quickly add up to a beastly system.

Let's assume his income is entirely disposable (which, considering it's too little to really cover anything like rent or a car payment, it likely is). If he committed himself to it and spent half of what he makes on a computer, within a year he'd have spent (or saved enough to afford) roughly £1632 on a computer which is enough to build a very high end system. If he spent a forth of his income, he'd still have plenty to build a gaming system that could achieve 60FPS @ 1080p on most demanding titles.
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#45111 - rzkruspe (01/10/2016) [-]
Saving money for 8 years to spend it on your computer alone is quite humongous (I'm not being judgmental by any means here no really ).

Also when I said "twice that amount" I meant £600, altogether, not "£600 per month and saving money for a year".
Although that would also mean he doesn't spend his income in anything else, including food and basic stuff.

Holy shit this whole thread became speculations on the lifestyle of this guy.

larrynonymous we're really waiting for you here, if you need our help.
User avatar
#45117 - kober (01/10/2016) [-]
Technically, I didn't save for eight years. I've built, upgraded, and upgraded again in that time. I once had a Q6600, then an FX-8150, and now a 4930K. I once had an 8600, a 460, 660 Ti, and now a 780. I went from a CRT to 3 19" monitors to 3 27" monitors.
This year, I'll likely be upgrading quite a bit again now that I have a stable job. Hopefully that 1080 Ti comes out sometime...

In any case, if he can get a loan, then he can build something epic and pay it back fairly easily. Otherwise, he can save until he can afford something decent and upgradeable and work from there. There is no reason he can't build a system based off of his income.
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#45119 - rzkruspe (01/10/2016) [-]
Agreed.
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#45443 - larrynonymous (01/18/2016) [-]
rzkruspe and kober, I really appreciate this. I have an old PC, I think the CPU and motherboard fried/broke because I was an idiot and I left it on all day, my mum said whilst I was at school it started making a really loud noise, I can't describe it but I'm pretty sure she made it out to sound like an overheated PC, so I assume the fan, mother board and cpu are fried. The power unit still works because I can turn it on and off fine, but it does not boot up, fan does not work. So I don't know if the harddrive is fucked or not. Question is do I use the remaining parts, can I use the other pieces like the ram I have, Im not sure what else is on there but I'll take pics.

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#45517 - kober (01/18/2016) [-]
As somebody who never turns off their computer (outside of restarts, power outages, upgrades, and moving) and haven't since I first built my computer in 2007, leaving it on all day should not cause problems.
Re-using the parts depends on how old it is. If it's still using DDR2, for example, I wouldn't bother.
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#45481 - rzkruspe (01/18/2016) [-]
Yeah post pics you dirty, you
But, if the PC is an old one like you said, I'd say do not re-use the parts, except maybe for the RAM and any part that would cost a ton.

Basically what we need here are the specs and the condition of the parts.
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#45102 - marmiteistasty (01/10/2016) [-]
maybe he's a student living with his folks and he's doing some work for pocket cash
#138 - Well, I kind of fail to see how that would relate to wha… 01/10/2016 on trump appeal 0
#125 - It's not a good joke if you have to explain it  [+] (2 new replies) 01/10/2016 on trump appeal 0
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#133 - FacePubes (01/10/2016) [-]
Want to get naked and touch butts?
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#138 - rzkruspe (01/10/2016) [-]
Well, I kind of fail to see how that would relate to what we were...
Oh what the hell, let's do this
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#93 - This looks a lot like Kiryuin from Kill la Kill.  [+] (3 new replies) 01/09/2016 on White chcolate sphere 0
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#98 - dorg (01/09/2016) [-]
As I have not read Kill la kill, only watched the anime, I am certain it is not from there.
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#100 - dorg (01/09/2016) [-]
Using google image search only gave links to FJ where I used this image... That was not very helpful.
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#99 - rzkruspe (01/09/2016) [-]
Oh ok, nevermind.
#26 - look ?  [+] (1 new reply) 01/09/2016 on Avatar: The last sick spinner +7
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#29 - manananggal (01/09/2016) [-]
*luke
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