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|#60 - Yeah except if Britain was out the EU we'd stop spending so mu… [+] (1 new reply)||3 hours ago on Terrible Unions||0|
#64 - ruebezahl (2 hours ago) [-]
First of all, the statement that the UK pays more than other countries compared to the GDP is bullshit propaganda.
Second, it is estimated that the EU brings 30-90 billion Euros (depending on the estimate) per year into the UK. Unless the UK pays 30 billion Euros per year (which it doesn't), the UK will end up losing a lot of money. Quite a simple bit of math.
And how exactly is the Euro going to be worthless? I've been hearing that from the UK for 10 years, but the exchange rates against the US Dollar or the Pound are practically the same as five years ago. So "the way it's going just now" is that nothing is changing. No idea where that hyperinflation is going to be coming from, except from the asses of some British politicians who try to benefit from anti-EU sentiment.
Germany has benefitted so strongly from the Euro in the last years (unemployment rate down to 5.2% from 11.5% in 2005), while the UK economy even shrank in 2012 and salary levels are laughably low in the UK, while the cost of living is shockingly high, so that you really have to wonder why there aren't a million people protesting right now in London to get the UK into the Euro zone. Instead they want to get out of the EU. Well, actually, I don't have to wonder why, because we all know the reason: Irrational nationalistic pride. That's why it would be so funny to see the results of it play out.
|#10 - See besides all the useless **** this guy wrote h…||12/02/2013 on Hope it's a joke...||0|
|#27 - I'm happy for your relationship, but can you please stop being…||11/18/2013 on Sealand Irrelevent||+18|
|#103482 - Same thing for me. Year and a half I went just not giving a … [+] (2 new replies)||11/17/2013 on Advice - love advice,...||0|
#103518 - anonymous poster (11/17/2013) [-]
Yeah, yeah you can. Most people here have gone their entire lives without half of the "experience" that you've had.
Suck it up and deal with it, that's my advice.
|#103453 - Ah man nah i'm no neckbeard. I can go out and get girls which …||11/17/2013 on Advice - love advice,...||0|
|#103433 - Best advice stop being a ******* ****||11/17/2013 on Advice - love advice,...||+1|
|#103432 - Alright faggots. Need to ask a serious question. How many … [+] (4 new replies)||11/17/2013 on Advice - love advice,...||0|
#103460 - delphine (11/17/2013) [-]
It really depends on the couple. Long distance can actually be a good thing because it tests how serious two people are about each other and forces you to strengthen your relationship in ways other than being physical which can make the relationship's foundation stronger in the long run. If it's meant to work, it will. If it wasn't meant to be the strain will make the relationship fall apart.
My parents lived 900 miles away from each other. They'd spend two weeks together every summer because my dad would go up to Minnesota on vacation (That's how they met). This was a time before internet or cell phones. They only called each other once a month because long distance calls were so expensive then. They kept their relationship together by writing letters. 30 years later, they are still happily married
#103447 - unncommon (11/17/2013) [-]
Please Use Caution When Approaching My Opinion!
It wouldn't work for me.
I'm the type of guy who'd need to actually be with the girl. I wouldn't even get in a long-distance relationship with Megan Foxx, Scarlett Johansson, or Morgan Freeman maybe Morgan Freeman. .
Anyways, I just don't see it being with it in anyway. But then again if you're a beta neck-beard and can't get a girlfriend with your current standing then go ahead.
#103453 - Mumford (11/17/2013) [-]
Ah man nah i'm no neckbeard. I can go out and get girls which is exactly what i've been doing for the past year and half of being single however it's someone I've met online thats actually made me feel anything for over a year and a half.
For me personally I have a job and can visit often enough, I'm about 2 years from having a software engineering job so moneys not really going to be an issue.
|#34 - Nope a 500 dollar PC will last you 2-3 years while the xbox sh…||11/15/2013 on title||0|
|#2 - I'm gonna thumb you up just for reasons||11/15/2013 on Every COD game||0|
|#8 - You gotta be trolling, You can get a PC that will run most gam… [+] (20 new replies)||11/15/2013 on title||+4|
#29 - usernamecannotload (11/15/2013) [-]
not cheaper in the long run exactly, and here's why: A 500 dollar PC now will run games fine for the next 4 years, but beyond that, you're going to need to upgrade your PC at least once during this console generation which is expected to last 8-10 years. By the end of this console generation the PC that you built for 500 dollars will have costed you a total of about 900-??? dollars depending on what parts you upgrade to and how often you upgrade.
tl;dr A 2013 500 dollar gaming PC will not run games 8+ years from now, while the consoles will have the games specifically optimized to run on such old hardware.
#34 - Mumford (11/15/2013) [-]
Nope a 500 dollar PC will last you 2-3 years while the xbox shall last you 7. However firstly 7 years of xbox live is what roughly 400 dollars which in comparison to free is pretty expensive. So let's take it we're talking just the xbox 360s life span. It came out in 2005 for 400 dollars. So by this point the xbox 360 has cost you 800. Now since the xbox came out with a pretty measly hard drive chances are you'd buy another so add another 100 to that maybe. Then the fact of buying at a place like gamestation or walmart is also more expensive not just in cost but also in travelling to the place instead of a digital download from steam or origin.
All in all i've just checked my steam account. It's worth $2000 however I wouldn't say i've spent more than 500 on buying games due to sales i've quartered how much i would've paid.
A PC to run at the specs of the newer consoles may cost closer to 800-1000 range however what I was suggesting is that you can get a $500 machine that is a lot more than just a gaming platform and has a lot of other uses, but yet can play these games on probably medium settings absolutely fine and since you'd be saving on the actual game prices and the cost of the online it'd be a lot easier to upgrade than say get a new console which doesn't have backwards compatibility and cannot run as well as your new upgraded PC.
#62 - sesamfan (11/16/2013) [-]
Did you get 16Gig of ram and a duo core processor like one of my retard friends?
A GPU that cost 750$ and shitty parts in the rest of it?
MFW I imagine what kind of pc I could build with 1000$
#87 - sesamfan (11/16/2013) [-]
Okay so first of you have to understand bottlenecking. I'm just going to use a point system for learning purposes.
Bottlenecking is that one or more slow part of the PC is slowing down the rest of your rig. To avoid this you need parts from similar tiers.
PC #1: GPU lvl 5, CPU lvl 2, RAM lvl 3, HDD/SDD, lvl 4
- This PC will not perform att level 5 because the RAM and CPU is weaker, however if a game is very heavy on the GPU but not so much on the CPU it will shine. High fps in high fidelity games expected. Not so much in for example RTW or Simulators like ARMA
PC# 2: GPU lvl 3, CPU lvl 4, RAM lvl 4, HDD/SDD, lvl 4
- This PC will probably perform equally with the PC #1 in many cases, even exceed it in Video editing because the CPU is stronger. In games that are heavy on both CPU and GPU PC #2 will rock the pants of PC#1
PC # 3: GPU lvl 5, CPU, lvl 5, RAM lvl, 2, HDD/SDD lvl 2
- This PC will have extreme loading times because of the cheap HDD, It has the pottential to melt face but the RAM is slowing it down.
So to answer one of your questions there is not one thing you should focus on while building a PC among these four things. All of your parts have to be semi on par with eachother to be the most efficient. They will run just fine if they aren't but you would be wasting money putting a lvl 5 GPU with a lvl 1 CPU, it can be compared to buying a F35 and having an airline pilot driving it. Sure he might take it from point A to point B but he won't be able to use the plane to its full potential.
About the GPU. If it's a clean build then I'd invest in a strong ass CPU that will last you many years to come combined with a healthy amount of RAM, and a mid-high end GPU (Nvidia GTX 760-770/ Radeon 7800 series)
Hope I got you started on joining the master race!
#94 - sesamfan (11/16/2013) [-]
Very true, a GPU change is super easy while a CPU change can be a nerve wrecking experience(I avoid it as much as possiible). Yea GPU's tend to be compatible with everything though my knowledge is very limited in that area.
A strong ass CPU is a multi-core monster. I'd go with Intel just because you have the budget for it. AMD makes great CPU's for a low price but I find intel to be more robust.
the Intel Core i7-4770K is relatively new and at a reasonable price. It will take up a large chunk of your budget but it's a good core to build around. Remember the CPU is the brain of your PC
#95 - yusay (11/16/2013) [-]
This is a very nice video series that can help you out. Takes you step by step on choosing out components, building the PC and installing software.
But for a basic rundown, you need these 9 things.
-CPU (comes with cooling fan most almost always but I recommend replacing it)
Your case should have proper ventilation and some of the more moderately-higher priced models have places to hide your cables (wiring everything is honestly the hardest part of building). (spend about 80-150 USD on this)
Your Mobo should be future proof, because you won't be replacing it often or at all, but don't cheap out or spend way too much, like on those 300 dollar ones. I frequently see deals for RAM and Mobos on Newegg, so go for those if you can.
For RAM, you only need about 8gigs, really. Go for 16 if you really want to, but you won't really need it.
Your CPU will be a hefty bit of your cost. I recommend the i5 2500k (bout 225 IIRC). Some of the stronger Dual cores work fine now, but in the future we'll need quad cores and the i5 is great.
Your PSU is recommended to be Gold rated (they explain what this is in the video)
Rule of thumb, the GPU should always be more expensive than the CPU. I recommend the GTX 760 and any cards up (770, 780, Titan although this is kind of a waste).
Optical Drive and harddrive are relatively simple. You want a good speed on your Hard drives with plenty of space, and your optical drive is your optical drive.
#9 - repitem (11/15/2013) [-]
Nope.In my situation,it was actually a lot cheaper and i got to play the games i wanted to play.I've got this laptop bought 2 years ago and the games exclusively for pc,i play on it.Just some of them though.And,all the computers i've had,all broke for no reason at all or something ridiculous was going on with them.On this one,my nvidia graphics card causes this bluescreen 0x116 and fuck if i know whats up with it,it needs a replacement apparently.And first off,they don't sell good computer parts around where i live,second i wanted something what wouldn't break and give me as good of an experience,so i got a ps3 cause i also could play with my friends without having to have another computer.Just plug another pad in and you're good to go