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Hmm when I get some extra cash I might do this. thumb.gif
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post #12 of 12
Quote:
Originally Posted by Imglidinhere View Post

I... I fail to see the point of something like this... It's a motherboard with a desktop CPU socket and a cooler that's probably no better than the one in my laptop.

So why not just buy a laptop? >_>

Laptops are made to be a portable AIO solution. If you don't care about portability, this would be a cheaper solution. Also, desktop CPU's are considerably more powerful than their laptop counterparts.
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