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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.