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Poll Results: What should I get?

 
  • 0% (0)
    i7 860 + GTX 470
  • 18% (3)
    i7 860 + HD5870
  • 18% (3)
    i7 930 + GTX 470
  • 50% (8)
    i7 930 + HD5870
  • 12% (2)
    i5 750 + HD5850/HD5870/GTX 470
16 Total Votes  
post #31 of 33
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Originally Posted by Ceiron View Post
What he said is true. You did not give a budget and he gave a reasonable option. You wanted opinions, he gave it to you and you put him down for it?

This is true and justifies the 980x option

He recommended the Hexacore route because the Bulldozer chip is very likely to be a drop in upgrade for existing AM3 socket motherboard, not because it's a top contender.

If you did your home work you'd know current AMD chips are not aimed at beating Intel offerings.

From my eyes, you're the one who's trying to troll.
These guys gave opinions and you un-reasonably shot them down.
As for "destroying the thread", if you wanted suggestion about Intels only, you should have done so in the Intel section rather than the General Processor Discussion thank you very much.
Hello wannabe expert, those of we have so much on computer hardware forums.

1) In my thread I had a list of options. If I wanted 980x I would put it in the option. What is so hard to understand? Apparently you are having a very hard time understanding this.

2) I do not care about upgrading. Read the thread, wannabe expert. People are tired of idiots like you who never read threads and come in try to act like experts.

3) Stop trolling.

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Originally Posted by Ceiron View Post
Oh, by the way.


Size of monitor doesn't say anything. It's the resolution. Get your facts straight.
Wow, you are truly a computer expert, acting as if you know it all. So what? I assumed, since most 24" are 1080p, that one could understand it was 1080p.

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Originally Posted by jj775 View Post
He doesn't listen. I lol'ed at the i5 option, there is no way that will last over a few months at stock settings.
A dual core from 2007 that I had easily, easily, easily lasted to 2009, in fact it can play all games and do everything awesomely today. I have no doubts that i5 750 last even longer as it will take a long time until all programs and apps starting making full use of 4 cores.

Stop trying to act like a expert. People will laugh at you. You know nothing. Just be quiet. This is not a campaigning forum where you can come and advertise AMD products, it's even embarrassing you are doing it for free to try justify your own buy.
post #32 of 33
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Originally Posted by shashidam View Post
Hello wannabe expert, those of we have so much on computer hardware forums.

1) In my thread I had a list of options. If I wanted 980x I would put it in the option. What is so hard to understand? Apparently you are having a very hard time understanding this.

2) I do not care about upgrading. Read the thread, wannabe expert. People are tired of idiots like you who never read threads and come in try to act like experts.

3) Stop trolling.



Wow, you are truly a computer expert, acting as if you know it all. So what? I assumed, since most 24" are 1080p, that one could understand it was 1080p.



A dual core from 2007 that I had easily, easily, easily lasted to 2009, in fact it can play all games and do everything awesomely today. I have no doubts that i5 750 last even longer as it will take a long time until all programs and apps starting making full use of 4 cores.

Stop trying to act like a expert. People will laugh at you. You know nothing. Just be quiet. This is not a campaigning forum where you can come and advertise AMD products, it's even embarrassing you are doing it for free to try justify your own buy.
Only if you knew the amount of persons laughing at you.

Are you for real?

I asked you what dual core you had, why can't you answer?
look at the polls, is this even a thread?

If you want advice you will never get the right advice by being a fanboy.
I stopped using dual core years ago.

Stop embarrassing yourself.
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post #33 of 33
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Originally Posted by shashidam View Post
Hello wannabe expert, those of we have so much on computer hardware forums.

1) In my thread I had a list of options. If I wanted 980x I would put it in the option. What is so hard to understand? Apparently you are having a very hard time understanding this.

2) I do not care about upgrading. Read the thread, wannabe expert. People are tired of idiots like you who never read threads and come in try to act like experts.

3) Stop trolling.

Wow, you are truly a computer expert, acting as if you know it all. So what? I assumed, since most 24" are 1080p, that one could understand it was 1080p.

A dual core from 2007 that I had easily, easily, easily lasted to 2009, in fact it can play all games and do everything awesomely today. I have no doubts that i5 750 last even longer as it will take a long time until all programs and apps starting making full use of 4 cores.

Stop trying to act like a expert. People will laugh at you. You know nothing. Just be quiet. This is not a campaigning forum where you can come and advertise AMD products, it's even embarrassing you are doing it for free to try justify your own buy.
1) You asked for opinions. We gave one to you.

2) Yeah, you don't care about upgrading, so why did you diss the 980x? It's THE processor out to date that will last the longest in time compared to the rest.

3) Re-read your own posts, then tell me to stop trolling. If you didn't want any opinions about AMD, you shouldn't have done it in the General Processor Discussions

24" Monitors are not always 1080p. Why must you assume? Is it so hard to tell us what resolution you would be/would like to use?

Dude, why's it so hard for you to tell us what CPU you're using?
Socket LGA775? No shame! A LOT of OCNers USE LGA775 processors and they're proud of it!

We did not "advertise" AMD products. We suggested the 980x. As far as I know, that is an Intel product.
I'm not endorsing or advertising anything.

Time and time again it feels like talking to a brick wall.
OCN does not tolerate one sided idiots like you.
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