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post #21 of 35
cool just trying to give you another option
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i love how i get ignored. I would like to know the answers to all of the questions im asking.
Jesus H. Christ man.

You had 3 consecutive posts with questions in them in a span of 15 minutes! And you do this ALL THE TIME!! What is your deal??

Patience is a virtue that you have obviously been born without.

When you post a question to these forums, just sit back, relax, and wait for the answers to come to you. Don't force us to answer with unnecessary bumps.

Put the keyboard down, put on a winter coat, and go for a walk... preferably a LONG one.
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thank you, good sir.
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jam3s: Yeah, that is what it basically will come down to. Personal preference, I say you give the laptop route a shot (whether that one or another one, I am not commenting on that). Sounds like you want to try it.. if it works out for you, awesome, if not--oh well, eBay it or something and recoup the cash. You learn a little bit about your preferences and tendencies. Personally, I just found I like to mess with my hardware too often and mod things to really have a laptop, even though it was nice especially since I'm usually riding a motorcycle I could take gaming with me. Despite those bonuses, I just ended up building two rigs lol. Leave one folding when not in use
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Jesus H. Christ man.

You had 3 consecutive posts with questions in them in a span of 15 minutes! And you do this ALL THE TIME!! What is your deal??

Patience is a virtue that you have obviously been born without.

When you post a question to these forums, just sit back, relax, and wait for the answers to come to you. Don't force us to answer with unnecessary bumps.

Put the keyboard down, put on a winter coat, and go for a walk... preferably a LONG one.
Lol Bo
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Jesus H. Christ man.

You had 3 consecutive posts with questions in them in a span of 15 minutes! And you do this ALL THE TIME!! What is your deal??

Patience is a virtue that you have obviously been born without.

When you post a question to these forums, just sit back, relax, and wait for the answers to come to you. Don't force us to answer with unnecessary bumps.

Put the keyboard down, put on a winter coat, and go for a walk... preferably a LONG one.
hahah I am the most impatient person you'll ever meet.

seriously.

like, seriously. hahaha
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post #27 of 35
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hahah I am the most impatient person you'll ever meet.

seriously.

like, seriously. hahaha
I mean, I'm not trying to come down on you too hard or anything, but please be mindful of the ToS.

It seems that most of the community has been trying to steer you in the right direction with good advice and all, but if the answers don't come initially... just wait it out next time. K??

Good luck on making your decision!
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post #28 of 35
might i sugesst instead of selling the one 470 get a board ram and cpu and throw it in a rig for home.... you can prob get close to the same as ur main if you go amd and throw 400 bucks at it
post #29 of 35
laptops = better resale
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post #30 of 35
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Originally Posted by wayne_sony View Post
laptops = better resale
lol... but they are alot hard to upgrade... lol

and i also wouldn't overly count that as a gaming laptop these days....

it would call it a laptop that could play games....

but it wouldn't be the best at it....
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