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Originally Posted by Analog View Post
I didn't ask to write an essay about it.
If you do not like the advice given then why ask for help?? You sound completely ignorant
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Originally Posted by MooCwzRck View Post
Sorry, in your original post you put $2000, so I assumed you meant 2000 US dollars, not euros.
My budget is 1700-1800 euros, which would translate to about $2000, everything costs more here.

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If you do not like the advice given then why ask for help?? You sound completely ignorant
What he said wasn't helping at all.

For example.

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Pretty much any case with a back panel will be a godsend for cable management, but I can't recommend my HAF-X if you're looking for small, the thing is a beast. If you want a good quality power supply and one awesome for cable management, the Corsair AX750 is an awesome model from what I hear, I plan to buy one, but its pricey and its a bit overkill for your budget.
How is that helpfull at all?
I say I don't like a big case, he states the obvious. I know Haf X is a big case.
Same for the AX750. He states it's overkill for my budget, why even talk about it?


That's like asking a friend what car to get.. you tell him that you don't have much room in your garage, he tell you to not get a truck.

Or

Saying you have $50000 to spend on a car, he replies don't get a bugatti veyron, it's to expensive.
It's just not helping at all.
Edited by Analog - 6/16/11 at 12:39pm
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Originally Posted by Analog View Post
My budget is 1700-1800 euros, which would translate to about $2000, everything costs more here.



What he said wasn't helping at all.

For example.



How is that helpfull at all?
I say I don't like a big case, he states the obvious. I know Haf X is a big case.
Same for the AX750. He states it's overkill for my budget, why even talk about it?


That's like asking a friend what car to get.. you tell him that you don't have much room in your garage, he tell you to not get a truck.

Or

Saying you have $50000 to spend on a car, he replies don't get a bugatti veyron, it's to expensive.
It's just not helping at all.

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Bugger off.
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Originally Posted by Analog View Post
My budget is 1700-1800 euros, which would translate to about $2000, everything costs more here.
My bad then, I just used google and it told me that 2000 dollars is equal to about 1400 euros so I went off that.

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Originally Posted by Analog View Post
How is that helpfull at all?
I say I don't like a big case, he states the obvious. I know Haf X is a big case.
Same for the AX750. He states it's overkill for my budget, why even talk about it?

That's like asking a friend what car to get.. you tell him that you don't have much room in your garage, he tell you to not get a truck.

Or

Saying you have $50000 to spend on a car, he replies don't get a bugatti veyron, it's to expensive.
It's just not helping at all.
I said that about the Corsair because 750W is more than what you'll probably need as far as wattage goes, hence overkill and pricey, but it may be worth it if you really want cable management. That and I found a way to make it for your budget, but if you aren't worried as much about cable management, then get a cheaper power supply and put it into something else.

And my mention of my HAF X was really just playful conversation. I try not to keep it 100% straight to the point and impersonal because that gets boring...;P
Edited by MooCwzRck - 6/16/11 at 6:04pm
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Bugger off.
You have completely the wrong attitude fella, don't expect much help from people if you will bite back at their responses.

Just because their opinion differs from yours doesn't mean they aren't being helpful.
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I don't like this guy. Buy my computer. I sent you a PM just to piss you off. Awaiting a witty response. Ask for advice and then troll? lol ****.
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post #28 of 31
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You have completely the wrong attitude fella, don't expect much help from people if you will bite back at their responses.

Just because their opinion differs from yours doesn't mean they aren't being helpful.
You don't like my attitude because I said 'bugger off' to some guy who's trolling?



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100 products to chose from > I don't know which one to get > ask help > guy says not to buy one particular product > still 99 products left

In the end I still don't have a clue..

Asking for advice on what to get and then getting told what NOT to get is not helping me.


This is how I would give advice:

Quote:
Get a Vertex 3 or Intel 510 series SSD. The OCZ one is a little bit faster, but the speed is neglectable if you're not benchmarking and intel has a good record of reliablity and it is slightly cheaper. Though, it's up to you, do you want speed (vertex 3) or reliability (Intel)?
I don't know what I said is true at all, but I'm just making a point here.

^ That is helpfull.
for example: saying 'don't get a corsair SSD' isn't helping me as I will still have to chose between multiple other SSDs, in the end I will just end up here again asking for more SSD 'advice'
post #29 of 31
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You don't like my attitude because I said 'bugger off' to some guy who's trolling?

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100 products to chose from > I don't know which one to get > ask help > guy says not to buy one particular product > still 99 products left
No but it erases one product from your possible wishlist, which is helpful info, however small it may be.

I quoted that phrase because it was your last.

Your attitude throughout the thread has been terrible. People offer you genuine advice to help you with your build, yet you just bite back with "how does that help me?" well how do we know what will and won't help you? you wouldn't have made the thread if you didn't need help...

Advice is free and the good people of this community are taking time to reply, they aren't posting info for the good of their health.
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Originally Posted by Sast View Post
No but it erases one product from your possible wishlist, which is helpful info, however small it may be.

I quoted that phrase because it was your last.

Your attitude throughout the thread has been terrible. People offer you genuine advice to help you with your build, yet you just bite back with "how does that help me?" well how do we know what will and won't help you? you wouldn't have made the thread if you didn't need help...

Advice is free and the good people of this community are taking time to reply, they aren't posting info for the good of their health.
We obviously have a complete different way of thinking.

True, it erases one product of my possible wishlist, but it still leaves numerous other products out there.. In the end I will just end up here again, asking for more help, it's a vicious circle.. telling me a handfull of good products ,and maybe give the goods and badds of said product, is in my eyes a better way of giving advice (and also more on topic as I'm asking what TO get, not what to NOT get) than telling me what not to get.

I wasn't trying to be mean (except against Mr. why so serious, and even than it wasn't really harsh at all)
I said I didn't read ALL of some guy's post, you just HAD to comment on it implying that I didn't read anything at all. I skimmed over it, looking for important pieces of information and left out the rest.
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