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Luxor

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  1. I'm looking for a laptop to use photoshop, cinema 4d, after effects, illustrator, lightroom, etc. on. I want it to be similar in size and design to a 15" macbook pro. Gaming is not something that i care about at all. My main problem is finding something around $2000 that is as well built and has as nice of a screen as a mac. Please note that $2000 is the upper reach of my budget and I can't spend any more. At the moment this macbook pro is my top pick.
  2. Yes I found out it is possible. I phoned them and they said that I'd just have to register the maschine before I register K9U. I'm able to get them at the same time.
  3. Just for all your info Civilization 5 runs fine @ 4k.
  4. Yeah I think so too, but the crossgrade is like 80% off but only iyntil tommorow I also have no way of getting a maschine registered before then.
  5. Speaking as if I were to purchase them at the same time.
  6. I have a Nikon d7000 bought last June, and it has just under 12000 shutter actuations. It hasn't any scratches or damages, and has never been dropped. Around how much is it worth? I have a Nikon DX 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G that was bought with the camera. It has a few small micro scratches on the front that I haven't been able to detect in any pictures. Is there any way/should I try and get them off? The lens is in like-new condition otherwise. No damage, and hasn't been dropped. Around how much is it worth? I have a Tokina 11-16 F/2.8 PRO DX that was bought last August
  7. Yeah I know. I just find it a bit too small.
  8. So, right now this is my rig.. CPU: i7-4770K CPU Cooler: Corsair H100i Motherboard: MSI Z87 MPOWER Memory: Corsair Vengeance Pro 16GB Storage: Crucial M4 256GB Storage: Western Digital Caviar Blue 750GB 3.5" Video Card: MSI GeForce GTX 780 LIGHTNING Case: Fractal Design Define R4 w/Window Power Supply: Corsair 860W I have had this rig since early winter, and have since just been upgrading my peripherals. With my latest addition, a 4k monitor, I'm going to save up to get a new gpu sometime this summer. The only thing is that I feel the Define R4 is a little too compa
  9. Yeah I know. I just would like to see if there's any solution.
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