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Submitted: 05/12/2013
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User avatar #2 - Shaostoul (05/12/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Quick question... you're putting this GTX 680M into a laptop? I believe the M series if for laptops and there-fore much more expensive.

This is coming from an indie developer, but take it as you will...

If you sit there and wait until you're sure the technology is safe to buy and will last a while, you'll be waiting forever. I paid $1600 for my present computer about 4 years ago now and it still out shines most PC's that people today for around $1000.

If you feel you want to get the best bang for your buck, don't get the latest stuff. Get a couple models older. Instead of the latest, I think it's the Nvidia GTX 690 or Titan, get like the 660. (690 retails I think $1000, 660 retails about $300) This way you don't spend an arm and a leg for tech that's going to get outdated in 3 months anyways.

Out-dated is a strange term in the tech world.

The new consoles coming out are using tech that's worse than what my 4 year old PC has, spec wise. The new game engines coming out should actually improve compatibility and run speeds of new games and older tech (within reason).
User avatar #1 - spinaltap (05/12/2013) [-]
this is FunnyJunk, not FunnyAdviceJunk. take your ass to /diy/ ya damn hippy
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