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About KruxConcept

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  • Birthday 1999-09-08

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  • Interests
    Computers, games, modding and game dev.
  • Occupation
    Game Design student


  • CPU
    Intel Core i5-4460@3.2GHz
  • Motherboard
    ASUS B85M-E/BR
  • RAM
    18GB DDR3@1600MHz
  • GPU
    Nvidia GeForce GTX 770
  • Storage
    1x KINGSTON SUV400S37120G; 1x WDC WD5000AAKS-00A7B0; 1x WDC WD1600AAJS-75PSA0
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  • Display(s)
    1x LG E2050T; 1x SyncMaster 732NW

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  1. Hello! I've managed to get my hands on my mother's gaming PC, now that she's using her laptop for basically everything, even light gaming (lots of WoW). I was thinking of what i could do with it, but i instead thought of selling it and upgrading my main station down the road. It has the following specs (and price availability for what i've searched in local markets, all in BRL - Brazilian Real) However, i'm not sure if the prices are correct, not much into the resale market. Could anyone define a good price for this build? It can be in USD, i can do the conversions and add the inflation to the final price. Any Brazilians out there, could y'all help me out? Thanks in advance! Edit: Forgot to add RAM to the list.
  2. Lots of Photoshop / Blender, mainly. Some gaming as well, though i think that wouldn't be feasible in this setup, but i'm willing to lose this capability.
  3. Hello! I've been replaying the video "Apple won't like this... - Run MacOS on ANY PC" and i'm really amazed by the power of virtualization and passthrough (which i am yet to explore). This comes from a person who hasn't really gone far from the realm of installing an OS on VirtualBox for either a compatibility issue with one certain software or for learning/giggles. Now, i am used to Windows, have an intermediate experience with Linux (i've used some Debian-based distros and tried out Arch for a semester) but didn't use macOS so much: A hackintosh there and some friend-let-me-borrow-his-macbook experiences. After being intrigued by that video, i've been wondering if it would be feasible to do such a setup on my desktop, but instead of only macOS virtualized, i'd have all of the three systems, for me to use whenever i wanted or needed. It doesn't really need to be practical (i've not been using my PC really much, mostly my laptop to do Uni assignments and all), but what i'm mostly curious is if the computer can handle it. Specs being these: The motherboard has an extra PCI-E slot and if anything, i have a GTX 750Ti somewhere in the house, also i need to check, but i might have a 1TB drive lying around somewhere, just gotta check if it's in working order. Also as a side question, if i can make this remotely work, how would i organize the setup through all of my drives? Thank you for your time!