A lot of New Things i bought over past couple months and more! Im so happy!!

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Since i started working for Hospira Pharmaceuticals few months ago i started buying a lot of things for my apartment. I upgraded my Computer, bought new monitor and new TV, bought a nice surround sound system, a new console and new laptop. Also i bought brand new living room set with leather couch and love seat and a bedroom set. Now life is happy!! I having a blast at the moment, good things come to those that wait, also im really happy that im graduating from school in May, i will have a Business Administration Degree.

Some things in detail of what i bought.

For the computer i bought a new case the Coolermaster CM storm looks really nice, another 460 GTX so i can SLI, new mother board the ASROCK Z68 Extreme, more ram and new PSU the ModXstream 700W, and a really nice monitor that i love its a 30" Samsung LED.

Also i bought a LG 60" Plasma 3D TV, man i gotta tell you guys going from 46" to 60" is a huge the tv is genormous! And the Playstation 3 that i bought displays awesome 3D! Also with all this i bought a 5.1 LG 3D Blu Ray player surround sound system and all of this stuff makes me dont want to go to the theather since i got my own!

Well guys im a happy guy at the moment since i also met the girl of my dreams few months ago, its like we were destined to be together, i already love her and she loves me. Everything is coming together nicelly.

Just build my self a New RIG! Very happy!

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:D Hello my friends! Thank you for checking out mylittle page! If you can please leave a comment regarding the build i did. :)

Last systemi had was all AMD setup and I'm a big fan of ATI but i thought why not try something else this time around.Soi decided to go with Intel CPUand Nvidia graphics card, as for the motherboard i always get ASUS. I got the parts from NewEgg.com, I'm sure everyone knows about this site and its awesome prices. My budget was around $900 bucks, i already had;) Windows 7 OS and a AOC 23" LEDmonitor,Raptop mouse and Logitech keyboard, Logitech speakers and an externalSoundBlaster XFI sound cardso i was set with these thingsand what i spend was more then enough for a really nice setup (i didn't want to spend anymore since i recently bought a gaming laptop for $1200 couple months ago from NewEgg also, and when you add the parts that i already bought previously its comes out to be more then 1k). I received the parts in around 3 days, NewEgg ships stuff pretty fast. This was Monday and i had final exam so after i got back to my apartment from college it was time to unpack my goodies and assemble everything.:D It took me around 2 hours to get everything together, i was drinking some beer and was not in a hurry at all. Afterr the first boot and checking the BIOS i installed the OS and was updating the computer for few hours. Everything went smoothly and i installed my first game "Crysis 2" i love the way this rig handles all games, including "The Witcher 2" :shock:on Ultra w/supersampling off still it looks gorgeous and runs very nice. So far i love the setup , and i would give it a solid 9.9/10 no complaints, i just need some better speakers (i have my eye on Klipsh 2.1 set that i saw at BestBuy and will be buying soon).

Here is complete list of components that my rig consists of:

x1. Intel Core i5-2400 Sandy Bridge 3.1GHz (3.4GHz Turbo Boost) (CPU)

x1. RAIDMAX SMILODON ATX-612WBP (Case)

x2. PNY NVIDIAXLR8 OC GeForce GTX 460 (Fermi) OC 1GB 256-bit GDDR5 (Video Card) in SLI

x1. ASUS P8P67 LE (REV 3.0) LGA 1155 Intel P67 (Motherboard)

x2. CORSAIR XMS3 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1333 (PC3 10666) (Desktop Memory)

x1. SAMSUNG Spinpoint F3 HD103SJ 1TB 7200 RPM (Hard Drive)

x1. SAMSUNG Black 12X BD-ROM 16X DVD-/+R 48X CD-ROM SATA Internal (Blu-ray Drive)

x1. RAIDMAX HYBRID 2 RX-730SS 730W ATX12V V2.2/ EPS12V SLI Ready (Power Supply)

x1.AOC e2343F BLACK & WHITE 23" 5ms LED BackLight Monitor Slim Design

x1. Logitech Z323 30 Watts (RMS) 2.1 Speaker System

x1. Creative 5.1 Channels 24-bit 96KHz USB Interface X-Fi Surround 5.1 Pro (Sound Card)

x1. COOLER MASTER Hyper 212 Plus120mm (CPU Cooler)

x1. Raptor-Gaming Black USB 2400dpi (Mouse)

x1. Logitech K320 Black 104 Normal Keys Wireless Standard (Keyboard)

a little review on my newest laptop MSI GT660.

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Pros:Beautiful screen, awesome lightning, Core i7 740QM, Nvidia 285M GTX, 6GB DRR3, very awesome sound with headphones and the Dynaudio speakers are the best i have ever heard in a laptop and im a Electronic Music Producer so i know what im talking about fellas this laptop is my favorite so far and it looks very stylish love the USB layout, MSI definitelly had gamers in mind when crafting this design. I had played every demanding game on this laptop, including Crysis 1 and Warhead on Max/Enthusiast settings, Crysis 2 on Hard Core and i even plugged it into my 50" Bravia 1080p and it was still smooth as butterfly without any hickups Metro 2033 and so on. Trust me if you decide to buy this laptop you will not regreat it you will love this thing like i do.
There are buttons you can press for automatic overclocking the Turbo mode but i dont think it works, best way to do that is though Nvidia System tools, Eco Modes, BlueTooth, there is a button for extreme cooling and many more.

Cons:Only one thing and its the AC adapter its like a brick, i bring the laptop sometimes to college so the AC adapter almost takes half of my bag but thats the only thing.

Other Thoughts:I have owned a ASUS G73Jh the BB model returned it because it was overheating, before that a Asus g60JH and that was a dissaster completely, Asus g51 it was decent i liked it but thats the only asus i like out of the three i owned and i love this MSI 10x better then anything i had before. From now on im a huge MSI fan.

A Little Review on ASUS Laptop that i bought at BestBuy.

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Here is a little review on the ASUS G73jh Laptop that i have bought at BestBuy two weeks ago.Pros: It's like a desktop they crammed into a laptop. It's heavy because it has a TON of hardware in it. An i7 processor, a top of the line graphics card, ATI 5870M (it was THE top of the line when it came out, it can still rival anything out there faster them 460M GTX People), a 17" widescreen monitor, and a full-sized, rubberized key (for their protection) keyboard.Cons: Not many that aren't user inflicted.Other Thoughts:
IT IS A GAMING LAPTOP. Repeat that and consider that through other reviews and your needs in a laptop. If you want to game on it, you'll be buying an external (USB) mouse, most likely a gaming mouse. The keys are different than most desktop keyboards, but it's a laptop; that should be expected. They did a marvelous job getting a full-sized keyboard to go along with everything else. It's easy to type with, though it may require more pressure because they keys are rubberized and you don't have as much room as you do with desktop keyboards (especially keyboards you buy for gaming).
The battery life may last 2 hours if you just want to browse the internet, or type things. IT has an i7 in it for pete's sake, and an 5870M in it, they REQUIRE lots of power to allow you to game.
PURCHASE THE EXTENDED WARRANTY. IF you're dropping $1200 into a laptop you want to game on, and you won't pony up $200, $300 to have EVERYTHING covered, you deserve to pay hundreds out of pocket. Best Buy has a FANTASTIC warranty, and you don't have to deal with ASUS or anyone else if you get that warranty. Purchase the warranty for as long as you plan on using the laptop, 3-4 years. It's common sense.
Why only 4 stars for convenience? BECAUSE IT ISN'T convenient. It is a gaming laptop. You get desktop quality in a laptop. You need a big bag, it weighs a lot, and takes up more room than a netbook. If you don't consider these things when purchasing this, it is your fault, not Asus' fault.