My new pc, yes you heard right

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Booone
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My new pc, yes you heard right

Manufacturer: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd.
Processor: AMD Phenom(tm) II X4 945 Processor (4 CPUs), ~3.0GHz
Memory: 4094MB RAM
Hard Drive: 320 GB
Video Card: ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series
Monitor: Samsung SyncMaster 755DF(T)
Sound Card: Lautsprecher (Realtek High Definition Audio)
Speakers/Headphones: Some 20 Bucks-thing
Keyboard: USB-Root-Hub
Mouse: USB-Root-Hub
Mouse Surface: Desk
Operating System: Windows Vista™ Home Premium (6.0, Build 6001) Service Pack 1 (6001.longhorn_rtm.080118-1840)

So that's it, now i can enjoy lagless gaming!! Biggrin This machine is great, I just love it, it's A LOT faster than my old dieing pc-thing.

At all u SWAT-heads, I hope we can have a few games without annoying lags Biggrin

SAS Rocks!!! Smile

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Great PC booone if it disappears when i visit its totally your own fault.

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Mike
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nice pc you should let me try it out but i never said i wasn't clumsy XD

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Cara
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Yay boone!! Now you don't have to be emo-boone anymore, but can be happy-boone all the time ;p

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Powerful system - now you can feel real dynamics... Blum 3

Offtopic: Bought today a new mouse as result of having smashed Twisted my old one in pure rage Twisted , after it was fooling me (a last time) again by changing my color-settings without that I've done anything. 8O

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ESCRT
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8O..... Lagless gaming in Swat4???? You.... you mean... this does REALLY exist? :roll:

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TheLongestDay
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Nice rig Booone, see you soon on the servers.

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Timbo
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man, next time you spend your money for a good computer and not a model that is right now out of date!
When I see the components you have choosen, I can see diretly 2 hardcore mistakes:
1st: Windows Vista (has noone told you that Win7 is there)
2nd: Your graphic card doesnt support DirectX11 that comes with Win7....

I also will bet that your Vista is 32bit...and not 64bit....thats is all outdated right now.

@all my SAS comrades: before you start buying a new system, post it in members and we talk about it...

But Boone, yes you will feel the difference to your old system, the problem I see with this is just that your system is totally outdated in approx 1/2 year

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I agree with Timbo...Great system, but the O/S really does let you down there. If it is 32bit, then you may have 4gb of RAM fitted...but you are wasting a whole gigabyte of it, because the system will only ever use 3gb. Check on the suppliers website, because Microsoft are offering free upgrades for some systems.

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TheLongestDay
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I don't know what Booone needs his computer for, but I agree that using the latest Windows is better when you want to run the new stuff and your new hardware can take the weight of a new OS anyway. I had the same issue when deciding to using XP again or buying Vista two years ago. And yes, Vista uses only 3326MB of my installed 4GB RAM.
If you simply want to run everything you have been running, except faster, it is good to decide on the "outdated" hardware. It saves money and the trouble that comes with new hardware, solutions to 90% of all problems are already available on the internet.

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Timbo
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If you simply want to run everything you have been running, except faster, it is good to decide on the "outdated" hardware. It saves money and the trouble that comes with new hardware, solutions to 90% of all problems are already available on the internet.

That is a typical answer of someone who has no real clue about computers and hardware. I am sorry, but what you wrote here is absolute incorrect.

You dont spare money...you are loosing money in a rapid way!

do what you like and especially listen to the ones that know what they are talking about : "and the trouble that comes with new hardware, solutions to 90% of all problems are already available on the internet." LMAO

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Yay boone!! Now you don't have to be emo-boone anymore, but can be happy-boone all the time ;p

Rofl! haha, emo boone, im sure ld would agree to that, i however am yet to see it xD, nice pc dude, welcome to the real world Dirol (dont ask me why i said that)

Just read timbos comments, i see what he's saying, but non the less its still a good machine, id put xp on it and enjoy some games, your rig is fairly similar-ish to mine, and i enjoy most games perfectly fine, including making them using nextgen engines (unreal 3) and graphics software.

hope to see you ingame soon, hope to see myself aswell hahah once i sort my pc out and reinstall rvs

TheLongestDay
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Instead of starting a flame war you could just explain your statement a little. For those of us who "dont have a clue". Ty

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