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so what gonna buy amd now?
"my_little_pwny" wrote:Asus CG-5290 with USB 1-watt Alfa b/g wlan adapter, rocketfish bluetooth adapter. 1 TB WD MyPassport portable external HDD. 750 GB WD Caviar Black 7200 RPM Internal HDD with 32 mb internal cache (I think) BT-22 bluetooth 256kb/s headphones. Sony Cybershot DSC-H20 iPod 3rd gen. 32GB touch w/bluetooth. xbox 1st gen. w/ 20+ games Hannspree 23" LCD monitor Senheisser HD-202 studio headphones. wacom touch tablet. Bose stereo speakers (hand-me-downs) (Doc-Wattson multimeter with RC 2.0 firmware, measures volts, amps, watts, amp hours and watt hours, not sure if it counts as "electronics" but it's pretty sweet; it was only $60 on ebay) LOL, now that I think of it, I really have collected lots of electronics over the years. The key point to keep in mind, however, when reading the list, is that EVERY piece of electronics has a purpose, was researched thoroughly and was not bought based upon peer-pressure or mindless consumerism. I mean, sure, I could install gentoo, JUST because everyone is doing it, but if everyone was jumping off a bridge, that doesn't mean I would. Sure, I could buy the latest GTX 460 with Fermi architecture, and a sandybridge i5, but I don't. Why don't I? I don't because I know from valid research about, 1.7% yields, missed clocks, house fires, woodscrews, pork shoulders, buyers remorse, recalls, buttrange and feelings hurt...MOST OF ALL? I know that feel.
Me too and a cellar device!
"Jolly-Rancher206" wrote:Wii, PS3, DSi, TV, laptop, desktop, camera, and a Nook Tablet.
Someone once told me not to bite off more than I can chew. I told them I'd rather choke on greatness than nibble on mediocrity.
"The loneliest moment in someone's life is when they are watching their whole world fall apart, and all the can do is stare blankly."