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granty425

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About granty425

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    Newbie

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    Danville, VA
  • Interests
    Music, Technology, Games, Guitar, etc.
  1. I agree, but still, worth a shot haha
  2. If anyone has a Nexus 6 they would like to trade, I'll be more than happy to swap my white Samsung Galaxy S5 ATT variant for it. I'll even throw in an Otterbox Defender Series case in black and a 16Gb micro-SD card. The Galaxy S5 is in perfect condition, I've only had it since September 29th and it's been in the Otterbox for the entirety of the time. Just let me know if you do! The only reason I want to trade is because I've recently gravitated towards devices running a more stock Android experience and even though I love Touchwiz, I just like stock a bit better. Thanks guys!
  3. Intel Core i5 4690k @ 4.3Ghz MSI Z97-G45 Mobo G. Skills Ripjaws X Series 8Gb (2x4Gb Sticks) @1600Mhz Rosewill Hive 650W PSU Seagate Barracuda 1Tb HDD MSI R9 280 GPU
  4. I absolutely love the slim form factor and brushed aluminum casing, it looks amazing. But of course aesthetics aren't everything, the Intel Processor is probably my favorite internal component, nice review too!
  5. Yes, I realize that this is probably one of the most debated topics on the internet, but I am on a budget and I play a fair amount of intensive games (BF4, Skyrim, The Witcher, etc.) and I also have a hobby of making my own music (guitar and bass recorded using a Line 6 POD UX1 and drums using Toontrack Superior Drummer 2.0 in Presonus Studio One) and I was wondering if the AMD could keep up with stuff like that. Predominantly, I might add, I'm inquiring about the audio production, because there's tons of benchmark comparisons between the FX8350 and the 4670k (which I can't really afford without downgrading my video card). Thanks for all of the help! Also, here are the rest of the specs: http://pcpartpicker.com/user/granty425/saved/dh8j4D
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