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Saw this on my book of faces.

Thegame i' 2X11 - 21: 05 -
who wants a laptop? HP )(PTO with all the
programs it needs included.. . HMU
Hard Drive
160 Ghz Processor
With endows 7 Ultimate tiy bit and the
high t Microsoft Word.
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160 Ghz Processor
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#235 - krippledkid (02/13/2013) [-]
I dont buy it. 2.25 gigs of ram, and 250 gig hard drive? your ram couldnt compute 160 ghz.
#233 - vivalapankakes (02/13/2013) [-]
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#229 - anonymous (02/13/2013) [-]
Has anybody else noticed it says "2.25 GB ram".





#226 - WitchKingTroll (02/13/2013) [-]
MFW I know nothing about computer gaming
MFW I know nothing about computer gaming
User avatar #231 to #226 - hasanaat (02/13/2013) [-]
>Implyinh a powerful computer is only created for gaming
User avatar #214 - honeybiscuit (02/13/2013) [-]
I once saw somebody advertising a GTX 570 graphics card on craig's list. It cracked me up because he said, "It's PCI express. Has AGP."
#243 to #214 - anonymous (02/13/2013) [-]
I think with enough force(or hammer), you could get it to fit into an AGP slot.
User avatar #238 to #214 - thepyras (02/13/2013) [-]
That's a pretty adaptable graphics card I tell you hwut.
User avatar #239 to #238 - honeybiscuit (02/13/2013) [-]
Became a bit of an inside joke with my friends for a while. Whenever a new graphics card came out, or someone got a new one, it was always, "Does it have AGP?"

God we're so lonely.
User avatar #241 to #239 - thepyras (02/13/2013) [-]
I can honestly say not a single one of my friends would understand that joke. I keep trying with simplified computer jokes but nobody understands. I just recently got into computer things though, I'm still learning to say the least.
User avatar #244 to #241 - honeybiscuit (02/13/2013) [-]
Well luckily (I guess) these friends were made at school, in an IT course. So we can all be nerds together and make stupid jokes that nobody else will ever get!

For example, we were talking about, GINA (graphical identifications and authentication). It was something present in Windows before Vista IIRC. Either way, someone just had to ask the instructor, "Isn't there also a Very Aggressive GINA?" Obviously that made no sense that he picked the words "Very Aggressive" but it was kind of funny. . .
User avatar #245 to #244 - thepyras (02/13/2013) [-]
I suppose it is kind of funny. Hey, this is partially a joke, partially a question. On Nvidia's page for the Geforce GTX 690, it says that it is capable of handling the highest settings of almost any of today's games. Now, if I'm not mistaken, the 690 is the newest, most powerful graphics card on the market. If a game is not capable of being processed on the highest settings by the 690, what would it be capable of being processed by? Or, was that just a type of disclaimer from Nvidia?
User avatar #248 to #245 - honeybiscuit (02/13/2013) [-]
I'm pretty sure it's just there to cover their ass, if someone finds something it can't run. But consider this, most game developers develop with consoles in mind (which is kind of sad since PC always offers so much more in terms of power). As such, you can expect most games will run fairly well on something equivalent in power to a PS3 (using PS3 since it's hardware is slightly newer than a 360's and that doesn't hurt this case). It's GPU, has 256MB of GDDR3 RAM. The 690 is 4GB of GDDR5. Memory size doesn't really mean too much for performance here. GDDR3 is based on DDR2 memory, while GDDR5 is based on DDR3. DDR3, being capable of speeds twice those of DDR2. Making GDDR 5 capable roughly, twice the speed as GDDR3. But yeah, no way in hell the 690 can't run it. Hell my 670 runs everything I throw at it on maximum. If there's something out there that the 690 truly can't run, then it could probably be run by 2 690's via SLI. Which a 690 supports Quad SLI. Seriously, who the **** would run (buy) 4 GTX 690's?

I actually have no idea why I typed all that out.

TL;DR They're full of **** , the 690 should be able to wreck any game on the market currently, and in the years to come.

Did that answer your question/joke?
User avatar #249 to #248 - thepyras (02/13/2013) [-]
I had assumed as much. Surprisingly I was aware of most of that, but yes you answered my question, I'm just new at this so I wanted to make sure there wasn't something I was missing before saying that in front of someone who knows computers and potentially sounding like an idiot.

It does surprise me that they PS3 only has 256MB of video ram, though, because I knew the 360 has 512MB. Still, the PS3 uses its CPU for some of the graphics work.
User avatar #252 to #249 - honeybiscuit (02/13/2013) [-]
IIRC the Xbox 360's memory is actually shared between the GPU and CPU. While the PS3 has dedicated memory for the GPU and CPU respectively. They both have a total of 512MB though.

And if you're talking to someone who would make fun of you for being wrong, you're talking to the wrong person. You shouldn't be afraid to make a mistake especially if you're making an honest attempt at learning it. Hopefully you can talk to a decent human being who would be willing to (respectfully) correct your mistakes so you end up learning something in the end. But what the hell, that rarely happens nowadays.
User avatar #253 to #252 - thepyras (02/13/2013) [-]
Ah, well that makes sense.

Yes, but you see, I have an irrational fear of not knowing things.
User avatar #254 to #253 - honeybiscuit (02/13/2013) [-]
Haha, it's all about finding the right people to talk to.

Anyway, thanks for the pleasant conversation. I should probably go to sleep, got work in 4 hours.
User avatar #255 to #254 - thepyras (02/13/2013) [-]
Typically. I really only know one guy who would call me out on something like this.

Thank you for the same. I should too, I have class in the morning.
User avatar #250 to #249 - thepyras (02/13/2013) [-]
*the PS3, not they
#212 - Bobtheblob (02/13/2013) [-]
mfw I don't understand anything in the comments or the joke itself.
mfw I don't understand anything in the comments or the joke itself.
#216 to #212 - coldfusion (02/13/2013) [-]
the average CPU has between
1.8 GHz and up to 4.0GHz,

160 GHz is WAAAAYYYYY too much for a laptop, that's the joke or the error.
#220 to #216 - Bobtheblob (02/13/2013) [-]
Thank you.
#210 - anonymous (02/13/2013) [-]
speaking of gaming pcs, can someone find me optimal configuration for 800 or less in this link
www.cyberpowerpc.com/system/AMD_Quad_Core_Configurator
User avatar #219 to #210 - silasdg (02/13/2013) [-]
Are you willing to build it? If so I can find you one. I work at a tech company and my coworkers and I find these builds for fun.
User avatar #227 to #219 - headharvest (02/13/2013) [-]
forgot to log in, this is my first time buying a desktop, and my sister is paying for half. she would rather have some sort of assurance for her investment such as a warranty.
#230 to #227 - silasdg (02/13/2013) [-]
Hmm well if you can try to get a i5-3570 (as good as the i7-3770K) also try to go for either a GTX670 or GTX680 (though if you're not a serious gamer and just want future proofing the GTX660 is a fine GPU.)

GTX680=100% Performance (compared to itself)
GTX670=90% (compared to 680)
GTX660=50-70% (compared to 680)

I've included my "recommended rig" for a budget. Great chassis Great Proc and Nice GPU.

If you have any questions feel free to message me I pretty much promise you i can answer them.

*Also note that you're not getting a warranty with most companies on anything other than parts. These companies use the same exact parts you're purchasing here which will all still include warranty.*
User avatar #236 to #230 - headharvest (02/13/2013) [-]
i'll definitely take this into consideration, but i was already pushing it with my sister with 500, and 800 is the most she would split for, i just want something that will last for at least 2 years before i have to do any serious upgrading
User avatar #242 to #236 - silasdg (02/13/2013) [-]
Ahh I see.

Well than what you want to do is wait (IMHO). Intel is about to release Haswell our new i series cpu's (i3,i5,i7). When that occurs ivy bridge (current procs) will drop in price. as will Sandy Bridge which came before Ivy. (less than 10% performance difference between sandy and ivy)

You can tell the difference by the number procs listed as iX-2xxx are Sandy Bridge, procs listed as iX-3xxx are Ivy Bridge, and procs listed as iX-4xxx should be Haswell (will be defined at release).

The difference between Haswell and Ivy being ~10%.

In other words in a short time once Haswell releases you can pick up some far cheaper procs that still have great performance. Or you can pick up cutting edge procs that will last longer.

Btw sorry for the 801+ pricing it was just a quick search and i figure if you decided to hunt for deals you might be able to cut it down. also BTW if you don't know already You need to login to view this link is your best friend.

User avatar #209 - rplix (02/13/2013) [-]
Not all gamers know PC specifications.
#203 - DamnitIFail (02/13/2013) [-]
64x2? So he has 128 CPUs that are running at 160GHz?
User avatar #217 to #203 - silasdg (02/13/2013) [-]
64 x2 was an AMD Turion Processor.

Was actually a pretty good proc for it's time too. Poster of ad obviously has no idea what it means though.
User avatar #223 to #217 - bloodspider (02/13/2013) [-]
I use to have an Acer laptop with the 2.0GHz version.
User avatar #246 to #223 - silasdg (02/13/2013) [-]
I had an old HP DV6000z (first laptop I bought on my own) it has an AMD Turion 64 X2 Tl-60 (2.0Ghz Dual Core) and a 128MB AMD GPU, 2GB RAM.

No one will believe this but I played and beat Crysis on it (this was years ago when Crysis first came out)

The frame rate wasn't always what one would call "playable" but I beat the game haha.
#197 - smilestogo (02/13/2013) [-]
MFW when i saw it was running windows VISTA
MFW when i saw it was running windows VISTA
User avatar #215 to #197 - silasdg (02/13/2013) [-]
Where do you see the word "Vista"?
User avatar #208 to #197 - gemmerpants (02/13/2013) [-]
The status says that it's Windows 7
#204 to #197 - DamnitIFail (02/13/2013) [-]
But thats windows 7
#200 to #197 - fordun (02/13/2013) [-]
How do you know its Vista? Windows 7 looks nearly the same.
User avatar #247 to #200 - silasdg (02/13/2013) [-]
Most people would take the fact that it says "7" as a hint.
User avatar #221 to #200 - honeybiscuit (02/13/2013) [-]
The taskbar is the dead giveaway. Vista doesn't have that window glass look to it. The bar looks more like XP, but shiny and black. The only similarity that Vista and 7 share in that respect is the start globe itself, which has the exact same appearance.

(It IS running Windows 7, as advertised)
User avatar #190 - semilunarknight (02/13/2013) [-]
Excuse me while I process !!EVERYTHING!!
User avatar #178 - xgrandmoffx (02/13/2013) [-]
Who the **** would buy a computer with 2.25 GB of RAM?
User avatar #224 to #178 - redrex (02/13/2013) [-]
i need more RAM, i have like... 2 GB, and it's a desktop
#179 to #178 - anonymous (02/13/2013) [-]
Nig, it's a laptop
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User avatar #183 to #179 - xgrandmoffx (02/13/2013) [-]
Even worse because you couldn't add more.
#188 to #183 - animecraze (02/13/2013) [-]
you can add more to laptops.

just some of the older laptops could only handle so much
User avatar #189 to #188 - xgrandmoffx (02/13/2013) [-]
I thought that adding more to a laptop would involve opening it up and breaking the warranty. Maybe it is only some that work like this.

Carry on.
User avatar #201 to #189 - satanisthesavior (02/13/2013) [-]
Well, depending on the age of the laptop the warranty may have already expired anyways so it doesn't matter. Standard warranties only last for a year at best, and it's not worth buying an extended warranty unless you get the accidental damage coverage, in which case if you **** up the laptop you could just run it over with a car. Hard to prove you opened the case and voided the warranty when the laptop is in several pieces.
User avatar #192 to #189 - honeybiscuit (02/13/2013) [-]
RAM is pretty much always accessible through a door on the bottom (held with a single screw generally), along with hard drives and wireless card.
User avatar #194 to #192 - xgrandmoffx (02/13/2013) [-]
Thanks, I'll keep that in mind in case I ever need to replace stuff in my comp.
#176 - genma (02/13/2013) [-]
OP's fw tags
OP's fw tags
User avatar #175 - durkadurka (02/13/2013) [-]
The **** would you even DO with 160 GHz?
#180 to #175 - anonymous (02/13/2013) [-]
Play NASA.
#162 - anonymous (02/13/2013) [-]
That's the same laptop I'm on right now :0
User avatar #161 - ffx (02/13/2013) [-]
Oh it's capable of 160 ghz. If you can find a fan that shoots air at absolute zero.
User avatar #160 - rhiaanor (02/13/2013) [-]
im a gamer and i have no clue :(
#187 to #160 - kainhall (02/13/2013) [-]
gamer on xbox or ps3 i assume. poor soul, not having a clue what dx11 means, and does to the graphics....

the higher the ghz, the faster the computer. if you made a CPU run at thwos speeds, it would literaly melt into lava.
User avatar #170 to #160 - telmerthisisasix (02/13/2013) [-]
He forgot a decimal point. 1.60GHz is more reasonable. MINE is only rated for 3.33 GHz out of the box. (TL;DR: 160 is crazy big)
User avatar #167 to #160 - thereallyra (02/13/2013) [-]
processor's dont go to 160hz, they can reach up to around 5-6 maybe if you're overclocking or mabye they can go a bit higher im not sure, but i run at 4.0 on a 3930k
#181 to #167 - anonymous (02/13/2013) [-]
5-6 is high
User avatar #174 to #167 - agentpurplek (02/13/2013) [-]
I think the record is like 9 GHz
User avatar #193 to #174 - CptMacMillan (02/13/2013) [-]
Got It. Andre Yang reached 8794.33 MHz with an AMD FX-8350. CPU-Z is source, although this is just from CPU-Z, someone could have gotten higher.
User avatar #218 to #193 - themurp (02/13/2013) [-]
I have that! :D
User avatar #185 to #174 - thereallyra (02/13/2013) [-]
jesus, on what processor?
User avatar #186 to #185 - agentpurplek (02/13/2013) [-]
8120 l with liquid helium i believe...not entirely sure.
#169 to #167 - anonymous (02/13/2013) [-]
Dat mabye
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#142 - iluvmoney (02/13/2013) [-]
implying only nerds understand eveyrthing
#173 to #142 - thecurlysage ONLINE (02/13/2013) [-]
his usually helps with comments like that
his usually helps with comments like that
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#148 to #142 - iluvmoney (02/13/2013) [-]
everything* god i meant everthing!
User avatar #152 to #148 - dedaluminus ONLINE (02/13/2013) [-]
You just can't win today, can you bro
#141 - thisotherdude (02/13/2013) [-]
Could someone please explain this to me? I'm not really a PC gamer.
#146 to #141 - pxthreezerothree (02/13/2013) [-]
The higher the GHz the faster the processor. Faster processors mean better gaming (that's putting it very simply). It most likely was suppose to be 1.6 GHz (fairly common). I run a 2.2 GHz processor and that's a little above average.
User avatar #145 to #141 - Customer Services (02/13/2013) [-]
Well... i'm not an expert. But my new laptop got a 2.2 GhZ processor... i'm pretty sure 160 GHZ processors doesn't even exist yet.
User avatar #143 to #141 - Cabinet (02/13/2013) [-]
The seller of the laptop intended to put 1.60 Ghz. Most CPUs today are in the 2.8 - 3.2 range, while gaming can run anywhere from 4.2 Ghz to 4.6 Ghz if you're feeling frisky. So, imagine if a top of the line gaming PC is clocked at 4.5 Ghz, and relate that to the advertised 160 Ghz.
User avatar #151 to #143 - thisotherdude (02/13/2013) [-]
So essentially 160 Ghz would mean the computer would have to be made from iron from hell and the tears of angels to have any chance of not causing a nuclear explosion the second you attempt to turn it on. Alright, got it, thanks man.
User avatar #156 to #151 - Cabinet (02/13/2013) [-]
Nice scenario there, sir. Also, a quick fact. The highest overclocked processor was clocked to 8.429, and required large amounts of liquid nitrogen to keep it cool. So imagine 160 GHz.
User avatar #157 to #156 - thisotherdude (02/13/2013) [-]
Damn! We'd have a second Chernobyl.
User avatar #159 to #157 - Cabinet (02/13/2013) [-]
A Chernobyl incident OVER NEIN THOWSZANNND times stronger.
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