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Mahjong and world politics? Dayum Dayum So...patrollin in that new upgradded Leo right?  Lol. I actually chuckled at that.  Signapore, if I recall correctly, it is the only if not one of the only to gain independance against its will.  Somehow, the city state became heavily militarized for its size and capita. Making it quite a capable nation in terms of technology and peace time duties.....but little in terms of doing much in real...
 That....quite hurt as well.. Yeah, it's a cheese that just works with a few things here in Murica without issues....
Unless it's female volleyball, I don't need pics.  Otherwise...post lots of pics. 
Of course man. Wasn't worked up. Just explaining general buyers ideology. Text doesn't convey emotions.   I built quite a few client rigs after my CPU and never felt bad about my own core components.  The 2500K that came out a year later is definately quite a gem, but my 965 has lasted me half a decade.  Not only that, but thanks to the AM3/+ platform, I was able to get new and cheap motherboards 5+ years after my CPU came out which would have been impossible with the...
 Hallo. Da.  ich bin supergeil da?
Nice I agree on that idea of university life. But... who ever says I study I alot?  I go to all my lecutres and spend a lot of time at extra help yes. But I don't study or work on my studies as much as some people think I do.  I've gotten slightly more efficent at 'doing' stuff now that I've been at college for a bit of time. 
Why would I regret it? The idea of regretting something to wait for over a year (the 2500 and its buddies came out a full calendar year after I made my purchase) is a ridiculous idea.  It's a buyers fallacy that rests itself on an even more ridiculous logical fallacy.  You can, at the moment, make a purchase to the best of your ability and to ones needs that one would want to make. Those that want to wait and play the game of following rumour news are fine to do their one....
 Nope. My old mobo had BIOS, but my new one has UEFI. Both are the same AM3/+ platform too. Despite how many people are hating on AM3/+ and AMD killing it....you gotta admit. This platform has been alive for half a decade before it was unformally ended. Intel whereas has a turnover rate of killing off a platform after 2 years I'm about to upgrade my 'core' CPU and motherboard.  I built my PC in late 2009-early 2010 (mid December of 2009) with a then, top of the line AMD...
OEM's like HP have much better price vs build ratio in places like the UK/EU so I do get what you are saying.  PC parts are quite a premium over there, whereas OEM PC's have quite the lobbying etc to get prices comparable to American ones.  It isn't the 500W PSU...but that it is a schitty one. Technically, a really good 500W PSU can handle a top of the line i7, 16GB of RAM, 280X and an SSD and HDD....but NEVER do that with a OEM PSU. You're looking at fireworks going off...
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