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Posted 10/30/16

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Wow people still use mousepads


Some of us still build our own desktop computers. I've personally never owned a laptop because I don't like that I can't build them myself.
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laptops are more convenience for me vs pc.

since i'm always on the go

are you a gamer @IshokuOsero ?

most people building their own PC often doing it for gaming..
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laptops are more convenience for me vs pc.

since i'm always on the go

are you a gamer @IshokuOsero ?

most people building their own PC often doing it for gaming..


I am, but I've always had an interest in electronics and once I started building computers back in high school I just can't get myself to pay outrageous amounts of money for something I can't customize anymore. I like being able to upgrade or replace parts without compromising my whole build.
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I don't need any mouse, I already have one.
That is enough for me!( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
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IshokuOsero wrote:


AnimeAddictANN69 wrote:

laptops are more convenience for me vs pc.

since i'm always on the go

are you a gamer @IshokuOsero ?

most people building their own PC often doing it for gaming..


I am, but I've always had an interest in electronics and once I started building computers back in high school I just can't get myself to pay outrageous amounts of money for something I can't customize anymore. I like being able to upgrade or replace parts without compromising my whole build.


after you built a pc.. how long will it last for ? 4-5 years? before you need to build another one ?

with the ps4 pro on the horizon.. the PC master race started again

consoles vs mobile vs pc
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Posted 10/30/16

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IshokuOsero wrote:


AnimeAddictANN69 wrote:

laptops are more convenience for me vs pc.

since i'm always on the go

are you a gamer @IshokuOsero ?

most people building their own PC often doing it for gaming..


I am, but I've always had an interest in electronics and once I started building computers back in high school I just can't get myself to pay outrageous amounts of money for something I can't customize anymore. I like being able to upgrade or replace parts without compromising my whole build.


after you built a pc.. how long will it last for ? 4-5 years? before you need to built another one ?

with the ps4 pro on the horizon.. the PC master race started again

consoles vs mobile vs pc


Depends on the system. The one I'm running on has a new motherboard as of last year but the rest of the build has been going strong for five years now. I'm thinking about getting a new graphics card but everything else is pretty good for everything I want to use it for.
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IshokuOsero wrote:

Depends on the system. The one I'm running on has a new motherboard as of last year but the rest of the build has been going strong for five years now. I'm thinking about getting a new graphics card but everything else is pretty good for everything I want to use it for.


what was the total cost to build your own pc ?

hardware you can get from places like fry's electronics, newegg, etc..

but OS software is where i think a considerable amount of the potential saving is being shave off


personally, the things that cost a huge chunk out of a custom built pc for me are

cpu
graphic card
OS software


the other hardware are affordable

you buy the necessary parts one at a time or all at once ?
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Posted 10/30/16 , edited 10/30/16

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IshokuOsero wrote:

Depends on the system. The one I'm running on has a new motherboard as of last year but the rest of the build has been going strong for five years now. I'm thinking about getting a new graphics card but everything else is pretty good for everything I want to use it for.


what was the total cost to build your own pc ?

hardware you can get from places like fry's electronics, newegg, etc..

but OS software is where i think a considerable of the potential saving is being shave off


personally, the things that cost a huge chunk out of a custom built pc for me are

cpu
graphic card
OS software


the other hardware are affordable

you buy the necessary parts one at a time or all at once ?


For my current build I think initially it was around 650 dollars (with already having a monitor, keyboard, and mouse). The motherboard I have in here now was a gift, however, and I don't know how much was spent on it. All I know is that the old one was going (I went too cheap on it, heh) and a friend got a new one for me for my birthday.

When I start a new build I always get everything all at once. It's really fun to have something from scratch. But as things get upgraded I do that a little here and there, until whenever I find a new case I really love and then I build something new from scratch again. =P
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Posted 10/30/16

IshokuOsero wrote:


MrDaniFilth wrote:

Wow people still use mousepads


Some of us still build our own desktop computers. I've personally never owned a laptop because I don't like that I can't build them myself.


Building computers has no correlation to having a mouse pad, since the vast majority of mice are optical, they do not need such accessory and work better without one.
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Posted 10/30/16 , edited 10/30/16

MrDaniFilth wrote:


IshokuOsero wrote:


MrDaniFilth wrote:

Wow people still use mousepads


Some of us still build our own desktop computers. I've personally never owned a laptop because I don't like that I can't build them myself.


Building computers has no correlation to having a mouse pad, since the vast majority of mice are optical, they do not need such accessory and work better without one.


But to use a mouse, the boob and butt pads (or even the non-anime regular ones with the wrist part at the end) are much more comfortable than the alternative. =P
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Posted 10/30/16 , edited 10/30/16

IshokuOsero wrote:

But to use a mouse, the boob and butt pads (or even the non-anime regular ones with the wrist part at the end) are much more comfortable than the alternative. =P


It's true that they are comfortable, but in terms of functionality, I'd rather take that over the latter imo. Especially when playing games, precision is key.
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Posted 10/30/16 , edited 10/30/16

MrDaniFilth wrote:

It's true that they are comfortable, but in terms of functionality, I'd rather take that over the latter imo. Especially when playing games, precision is key.


Different strokes for different folks. ;)
I play a lot of games on PC but a lot of them tend to be eroge or jrpgs or bullet hell or things that need controllers or arcade sticks rather than using a mouse, so it's all good with me.
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Posted 10/30/16
ya i lke op mousepad
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^^ YES, I NEED THIS FOR MY CONSTANT COLD HANDS.

Though, if you want that mouse pad, what's stopping you?

As for "those" kinds of mouse pads.. I'd rather pass, sorry...
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Posted 10/31/16

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^^ YES, I NEED THIS FOR MY CONSTANT COLD HANDS.

Though, if you want that mouse pad, what's stopping you?

As for "those" kinds of mouse pads.. I'd rather pass, sorry...


The fact i probably would never use it

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