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mattmikeman

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Date Signed Up:1/25/2010
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#1656 - **mattmikeman used "*roll picture*"** **mattmikeman rolled …  [+] (1 reply) 08/01/2016 on Show your flag 0
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#1661 - mattmikeman (08/01/2016) [-]
Something's wrong
#14 - Water cooler, it's just more expensive. Don't get a crappy one…  [+] (2 replies) 06/10/2016 on Tech Support Gore 6: "I... 0
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#32 - hikakiller (06/10/2016) [-]
That was ignorant
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#25 - fireheartt (06/10/2016) [-]
honestly water cooling is really only efficient if youre cooling the whole system, even then its not much better then proper cable management and air flow. otherwise just use an after market heat sink. theyre cheaper and work just as well if not better
#9 - What I mean is they ran better than the current PCs back then …  [+] (2 replies) 06/05/2016 on No wonder why support sucks 0
#10 - AnonymousDonor (06/05/2016) [-]
eh youre definitely right about OS preference in fact for me its probably gonna be the biggest factor regardless

i mean i work with Macs on a daily basis and despite becoming mostly semi-familiar with them (and obviously i do enjoy the advantage of the terminal over CMD) i throw a lil bitch fit every time i come across a new thing that i do in PC all the time (and have come to rely on) that Mac either doesn't have, doesn't have standard, or is a circuitous hassle to implement

yeah for me the inconvenience cost associated with switching to a different OS is easily in the thousands
(i.e. there would have to be many several hundreds of dollars per year worth of hardware benefits included in the Mac for me to make that switch)

but then, thats gonna be the same case as for most galvanic arguments on the internet right? lol it all depends on what you grew up with

at heart, we are all old dogs who dont want to learn new tricks
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#11 - mattmikeman (06/05/2016) [-]
Well you say that, but I switched to Mac just in the past couple years after coming from a PC family, building them custom for friends and family (still do), and working on PCs since I was 8 years old with my dad, haha.

But yeah, personal preference will always be king, there's no real right or wrong when it comes to stuff like this, just like iOS vs Android.
#6 - I've worked at a computer repair shop for 4 years and I've see…  [+] (5 replies) 06/05/2016 on No wonder why support sucks -1
#8 - AnonymousDonor (06/05/2016) [-]
>run better
>as long as they've been upgraded

ya gotta be specific here
especially cuz i legitimately dont know the difference and never cared to learn

how much "better" are we talking?
are these ~9 year old Macs downloading shit 400x faster? 1.4x faster?
can they have ~40 tabs open and still run as fast? ~60?
how much did the upgrade to solid state drive cost?

i mean the only reason ive had to get new laptops is cuz im a clumsy cunt who, in my younger stupider years, either downloaded too much risky crap from the wrong seeds or dropped the PC
...for what its worth, my brother - an avid gamer and far more computer literate than I - has had only 2 different PCs in the past decade, both of which have outperformed all my laptops (which, for me, is saying a lot because my PCs already "run better" than I ever have the need or the time to utilize properly)
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#9 - mattmikeman (06/05/2016) [-]
What I mean is they ran better than the current PCs back then and have the potential to run at least as well as PCs from the last couple years with a $65 upgrade to a 240GB SSD (assuming you don't want bigger than the original drive).

All in all it costs about the same either way, it really just depends on which OS you prefer to use natively. One major feature I prefer OS X for though, is that I can have my computer do regular grandfather-father-son backups to my 4TB network drive with minimal setup and no additional software just by being connected to my WiFi.
#10 - AnonymousDonor (06/05/2016) [-]
eh youre definitely right about OS preference in fact for me its probably gonna be the biggest factor regardless

i mean i work with Macs on a daily basis and despite becoming mostly semi-familiar with them (and obviously i do enjoy the advantage of the terminal over CMD) i throw a lil bitch fit every time i come across a new thing that i do in PC all the time (and have come to rely on) that Mac either doesn't have, doesn't have standard, or is a circuitous hassle to implement

yeah for me the inconvenience cost associated with switching to a different OS is easily in the thousands
(i.e. there would have to be many several hundreds of dollars per year worth of hardware benefits included in the Mac for me to make that switch)

but then, thats gonna be the same case as for most galvanic arguments on the internet right? lol it all depends on what you grew up with

at heart, we are all old dogs who dont want to learn new tricks
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#11 - mattmikeman (06/05/2016) [-]
Well you say that, but I switched to Mac just in the past couple years after coming from a PC family, building them custom for friends and family (still do), and working on PCs since I was 8 years old with my dad, haha.

But yeah, personal preference will always be king, there's no real right or wrong when it comes to stuff like this, just like iOS vs Android.
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#7 - mattmikeman (06/05/2016) [-]
*2 years ago that cost $600

Somehow misplaced a word while rephrasing.
#11 - Picture  [+] (12 replies) 05/20/2016 on Fagnoff Oscoforc Eniedudad +31
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#35 - ugoboom (05/20/2016) [-]
>leave title blank when usbmitting content
>admin made it so it attaches random sylables into two or three words as the title
why?
who knows
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#50 - mattdoggy (05/20/2016) [-]
do you know how to roll the random word thing, where it looks like the title
#51 - ugoboom (05/20/2016) [-]
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#53 - mattdoggy (05/20/2016) [-]
There used to be a roll function that would allow someone to roll a random string of words like the title, but i can't remember what it was.
Maybe it got removed
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#54 - ugoboom (05/20/2016) [-]
I never even knew that was a thing
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#39 - benadryl (05/20/2016) [-]
All that time I thought someone was posting content with retarded titles on purpose.
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#40 - ugoboom (05/20/2016) [-]
nah that's just mudkipfucker that does that
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#41 - benadryl (05/20/2016) [-]
What happened at the end of his countdown though? I don't recall seeing anything unusual.
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#42 - ugoboom (05/20/2016) [-]
it was an anticlimax
/1/funny-pictures/5895767/
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#19 - overchaos (05/20/2016) [-]
It randomly pumps out letters and spaces I guess.
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#20 - overchaos (05/20/2016) [-]
When you dont set anything for a title*
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#16 - fitemeirlbro (05/20/2016) [-]
Magic