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I believe that deal pops up at the Microsoft store occasionally for that price; currently $760 there. I'm stopping by the store tomorrow morning to take a look at some of the IPS laptops to weight if the screen is enough of a price premium for me.The best I've found thus far is the Lenovo Z50 for $579 since I don't imagine myself needing discrete GPU for visual novels, anime, and emulators.• 4th Generation Intel Core i7-4510U Processor (2.00GHz 1600MHz 4MB) [This is a dual...
I'm quite comfortable with any laptop screen size of greater than 14 inches, as it will spend the majority of the time being very sedentary. I am eligible for a student discount but I'm actually enrolled in an online master's program, so I'm not actually needing to carry a large laptop from lecture hall to lecture hall. I actually used a 16" laptop when I was in professional school. I used the desktop in my signature for the heavy lifting when it comes to GPU intensive games.
What is your maximum budget?
Looks like Fry's is having a clearance on Sandy Bridge components. Possibly I can secure a i5-2400 + LGA1155 board for $80. Time to get my relatives who have never set foot inside a Fry's to set foot in there.
I'm looking to have a PC sitting in my living room connected to a 60" Samsung Plasma TV. Budget: ~$350 Purchase Period: Next Month Uses: 8/10-bit anime (madVR, LAV, MPC-HC), visual novels, and possibly some less hefty Steam games Code: Memory G.Skill Value 4GB (1 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory 39.99 Video Card MSI N460GTX Hawk 1GB 0.00 Storage Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM ... Rationally, I wouldn't spend this much on a system, but good to dream and all. Nothing to lose from just entering. SeaSonic G Series SSR-550RM 550W $84 - $10 MIR - $15 w/ promo code EMCWXXN44, ends 10/19 $9 over the top of your budget range. But you're getting a gold rated semi-modular PSU with a 5 year warranty by a very reputable brand. Review:
The heaviest thing I can expect to emulate would be PS2/Wii games.For visual novels, the system requirements are really really low. The latest one I have (i.e. released on June of this year)As for anime, a lot of it will be the 1920x1080 10bit variety.
I'm getting a little older, not old yet. Only 26. However, I am transitioning away from computer activity that requires me to actively sit at a desk. I'm no longer as interested in RTS genres that I used to play heavily. I'm more likely to want to get on the computer and watch some anime, read some manga, play visual novels or emulated games. So I want to move the system to sit more in my living room and output to my 60" Plasma television and a Samsung HT-F5500W CPU:...
I downloaded the newest version of Rainmeter last week and played around with the settings to make a skin for the very first time. I managed to get everything as 100% text with no images involved.
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