YO!!!! remember the 1 month long exam i had to give 2 months back, well the results came out 30 mins back. I got 84%!!! :D :D :D :D :D :D
it may not sound EPIC, but believe me, its super cool in indian standards, marks are hard to get here. I know you people dont care, but just wanted to share :D
What should I say else than ******g GZ mate. Hope you get the party started now :)
thanks guys :D, also i am gonna buy an assembled pc, like my dad promised. So if anyone has a good idea of what a good gaming pc configuration will be feel free to PM me or just write it down in the comment. Also i dont want to spend a load of cash, even though my budget is limitless, why pressure my dad?
Only thing i ask is the price should not go above $2500!
Very cool on the marks!
As far as the PC...........
Why not build it yourself and get EXACTLY what you want? The last one I built cost me $3,500 U.S. dollars and I built it with the latest technology available at the time.
Since I got into the gaming consoles (with the original Xbox), I have pretty much lost interest in PC games.
What's funny is that the HP I bought a few months ago for about $400 is probably 5 to 10 times the machine than the one I built last time. The graphics card could be quite a bit better, but I did put a nice upgraded card into it a couple months after I bought it.
Still..........it ain't no "gaming machine"! :)
I don't know what the prices are like nowadays, but have you considered an Alienware computer?
I remember back when they first started coming out with computers, they were primarily gaming computers (along with a pretty healthy price tag at the time). Worth the money if you were REALLY into gaming though.
I am so far "out of the loop" on computer technology now.............that is the only halfway good advice I can give.
Hell, 10 years ago I could've almost given you the model numbers of all available processors along with the specs for them!!!!
Now, I look at the info on a PC and say to myself "what the Hell does all that mean???????" :o
Kind of sucks when you start getting a bit older and start losing interest in some of the cool things (they are replaced by much better things though ;) ).
As fast as the computer industry is still moving.........you do want to think about the cost of the computer and how long it will actually last you before the continual upgrading would make it cheaper to replace.
From personal experience, I can say that the last PC I built cost me close to $350 per year just for the initial build (I owned it close to 10 years) and I don't even want to think about how much I spent annually just to keep up with the technology.
ok, so i have two choices now:
1.) BUy the ipad 2 + 55'' 3D LED TV and with a special offer, we are getting a ps3 slim(160 gb), 2 3D glasses, a HDMI cable(for the ps3 DUH!), 2 3D games(kz3 and gt5), 3 3D movies. Also i can buy the pc after 2-3 months.
2.)Buy the PC and Ipad 2 and dont get the tv, since the tv is super expensive here.