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  1. C++ or Java would be the easiest. Well... Python, Visual Basic is the easiest out of them all but not as useful as C#/C++/Java
  2. Not sure whats so comforting about playing Strategy games on a mobile device. You could set your phone up for StarCraft on your phone? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KaYOKO4gLE :P
  3. Download: http://www.geforce.com/drivers/results/56530
  4. None. Nexus 4 all the way :) .... until the next Nexus device comes out
  5. note 2. gaming better on iphone? what a joke... have fun playing on a 4" screen whereas if you had a note or any other android device with a display of 4.5"+ it'll make the iphone look like a joke.
  6. I use Android. I feel that every OS has their purposes. iOS: Simplistic, very user friendly. Android: Customizable in every way possible, more freedom to choose from in terms of apps and devices. Windows: well I dont really know about this. their eco system isn't as well as developed as their competitors in terms of app numbers. Every OS has their own pro/cons. In my ranking it would be, Android > Windows > iOS simply because there are mroe devicest o choose from and there are bigger screens than the norm 4" and 3.5" that iOS has to offer. iOS is very noob friendly so its nice for people who aren't as tech savvy.
  7. Press the flag button located left of "Quote"
  8. 3570K... if you're in the U.S. you could probably get a 3570K for <$215. Have a microcenter? even better. Get yourself a 3570K + Z77 board from them
  9. The Samsung RAM i linked doesn't have heat spreaders and overclocks like a beast. It's one of the few ram that OCs without any problems easily.
  10. Drivers are now officially posted on AMD's website. Updated OP's post with AMD link.
  11. wasd keyboards http://www.wasdkeyboards.com/index.php/products/keycap-mod-packs.html
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