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My dad doesn't want me to sell my pc but he wants me to have a laptop and tells me to get one

So, in my birthday I got a gaming PC from my dad and I had the choice between that and a gaming laptop obviously I chose the gaming pc because it has better cooling and has better performance since laptop cpus and gpu consumes less power than desktop ones which makes them perform worse and the temps are not that great on it 

 

It's been 3 months since I own it but the problem is I realized I go visit my family and study a lot I'm very limited by that desktop pc so I realized that I was an idiot an so I wanted to switch to a laptop because by now (today) I know how to reduce temps while not losing performance and I told my dad pls can I have a laptop instead of this he said yes happily and I was very excited I have about 2000$ to spend on a laptop if I sell my pc and today I told him so do I sell it now he said no you just got it so I was sad confused and angry at the same time I know him very well and even if I don't sell it he will help me out since I don't work but can anyone explain to me why he said no but told me for my birthday I will sell it it just doesn't feel right what's the difference I wanted to sell now also cuz I have a very important test this year and didn't want to get distracted by the pc but he said no I didn't want to say the reason cuz he would say stop lying as well as I know him anyway just wanted to point that out if anyone could help me that would be helpful although I can wait until June cuz if I pass this test my dad promised me a laptop and I don't want to keep that desktop pc cuz I go out a lot so anyway bye

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Keep the desktop. If he says that you can only sell your PC at your birthday then he may plan to get the laptop for you.

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16 minutes ago, DylanMC_YT said:

It's been 3 months since I own it but the problem is I realized I go visit my family and study a lot I'm very limited by that desktop pc so I realized that I was an idiot an so I wanted to switch to a laptop because by now (today) I know how to reduce temps while not losing performance and I told my dad pls can I have a laptop instead of this he said yes happily and I was very excited I have about 2000$ to spend on a laptop if I sell my pc and today I told him so do I sell it now he said no you just got it so I was sad confused and angry at the same time I know him very well and even if I don't sell it he will help me out since I don't work but can anyone explain to me why he said no but told me for my birthday I will sell it it just doesn't feel right what's the difference I wanted to sell now also cuz I have a very important test this year and didn't want to get distracted by the pc but he said no I didn't want to say the reason cuz he would say stop lying as well as I know him anyway just wanted to point that out if anyone could help me that would be helpful although I can wait until June cuz if I pass this test my dad promised me a laptop and I don't want to keep that desktop pc cuz I go out a lot so anyway bye

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3 minutes ago, Lurick said:

Please get familiar with the period. It helps break up sentences and makes things MUCH easier to read. It's located on a standard QWERTY keyboard above and to the right of the space bar, between the comma and forward slash keys.

It was typed on a phone hastefully, you can tell because the first letter and all "I"s are capitalized.

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Storage : 512Gb SATA SSD 

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Gpu : Asus RX580 8gb (might sell)

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5 minutes ago, AbydosOne said:

USE. FREAKING. PUNCTUATION.

Having a hard time following myself with the run on sentences...

22 minutes ago, DylanMC_YT said:

to sell now also cuz I have a very important test this year

A test does not require a gaming laptop to be completed on. 

22 minutes ago, DylanMC_YT said:

I don't want to keep that desktop pc cuz I go out a lot so anyway bye

Sooo...how do you want me to respond? 

 

Well, you just got to learn to live with the choices you make in life. I sold my first car a couple years ago and I regret making that decision...but I don't go and ask my parents to go and buy it back again..

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2 minutes ago, CommanderAlex said:

Well, you just got to learn to live with the choices you make in life.

like how you bought a 9800X?


:) 

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Storage : Samsung 970 Evo 500GB

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Cpu : I7-8750H 2.2ghz 

Gpu : GTX 1070 Max Q 

Psu : laptop b r i c k 

Ram : 16gb 2666Mhz 

Storage : 512Gb SATA SSD 

Motherboard : it's a laptop.....

 

 

old boomer (currently non-functional)

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Cpu : I5-6400 2.7ghz (doesn't have a heatsink)

Gpu : Asus RX580 8gb (might sell)

Psu : EVGA 500 watt 80 plus

Ram : 16gb DDR3 1400mhz

Storage : 1tb Toshiba HDD (currently in main pc)

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Just now, Tika said:

like how you bought a 9800X?


:)

It was worth it, and I actually wanted to build a HEDT system at the time and needed an upgrade. 

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what can i say i have got 2 gaming laptops and a couple of gaming pc's (plus other irrelevent stuff) and frankly i never use the laptops for anything other than browsing the web, development, office etc and use the pc's for the gaming, keep the PC you will be able to use it a lot longer than the laptop, will be able to upgrade it, and even 10 years from now still be able to play games on it, the laptop will be 5 years tops and even brand new it wont be as good as the PC for gaming, so long story short keep the pc and get a cheap laptop

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14 minutes ago, AbydosOne said:

USE. FREAKING. PUNCTUATION.

I was about to write this. I know he's a teen but come on, is education so bad in X country?

 

The and I told himand then he said, but then I asked kind of stuff gives me a serious headache.

OP, the first 2 lines were perfectly fine, you've got a PC for your birthday and you want to sell it to get a laptop, but your father doesn't wants you to do so, that's it.

 

Anyway you know how you can avoid being 'distracted' by games so you can focus on school subjects and X test? install a Linux distro, you'll be able to do the test and everything related to school but won't be able to play any game

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3 minutes ago, Caroline said:

Anyway you know how you can avoid being 'distracted' by games so you can focus on school subjects and X test? install a Linux distro, you'll be able to do the test and everything related to school but won't be able to play any game

He'll start mesing around with.... well... I dont want to give any hints as to what...... i guess...... alcahol...... if he uses a linux distro.

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Keep desktop.

Buy a laptop additionally. You can get decent laptops for like $600~. Better ones cost more.

 

Keep the desktop. Don't sell it.

 

Get a laptop as a secondary PC.

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7 minutes ago, fpo said:

Keep desktop.

Buy a laptop additionally. You can get decent laptops for like $600~. Better ones cost more.

 

Keep the desktop. Don't sell it.

 

Get a laptop as a secondary PC.

Yeah as long as you have a powerful desktop PC, you don't really need an expensive laptop, especially a gaming laptop that costs as much as the desktop PC. 

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Gaming laptop have their own slew of problems as well especially if you plan to bringing it along with you a lot

 

It weights like a brick and it isn't good for college, trust me I've been there

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Be smart, don't get a gaming laptop, keep the desktop, pick up a smaller profile laptop to do school work on. Use the desktop for games and laptop for work.

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I don't see any benefits from selling your desktop and buying a gaming laptop. They're heavy, loud and just a pain to travel with.

To be honest, I don't see why you'd want to sell the desktop for any laptop.

There really isn't any point in doing this, just keep your desktop.

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Like literally everyone else said, dont sell, and get a cheeper laptop. 

If you are on a very low budget for something w/o selling the pc, you could get a chromebook and run something like crouton to run linux on it, if you need to run desktop apps. (make sure to do a intel chromebook if you want to do this)

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Put a pause on your gaming. Learn proper writing and punctuation. That will get you a lot further in a career than "gaming".

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11 hours ago, CommanderAlex said:

Yeah as long as you have a powerful desktop PC, you don't really need an expensive laptop, especially a gaming laptop that costs as much as the desktop PC. 

Well I go visit my grandparents a lot and it's 4 hours away for our house, (doesn't make any sense) but I don't like or use the desktop that much, all my sisters mom and dad have laptops and can take them everywhere, I just want one that can play Minecraft decently cuz I'm not home 80% of the time

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9 hours ago, LWM723 said:

Put a pause on your gaming. Learn proper writing and punctuation. That will get you a lot further in a career than "gaming".

OH MY GOD! He has a gaming computer, so he automatically wants to have a career of in gaming! That makes so much sense now!

 

OP, YOU SHOULD STOP THAT TERRIBLE CAREER PATH RIGHT NOW AND GO TO SCHOOL!

/s

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(was a H1 build, but I cant spend 400$ on a case)                |

DREAM BUILD BIT BY BIT                        |

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  • Old drives from Grandma -------------------------------------/
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Judging by your comment, do you even have the slightest clue what you are talking about? I didn't think so!

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I would keep the Desktop PC, youre not going to regret it. Stick to @fpo and try to get a laptop on top of your desktop. Christmas ist coming and im predicting that the desktop will be of much use in the future. With a typical gaming laptop (heavy, chunky, less space for battery) you will be upset when studying.

 

Pick a slim mediocre Laptop, capable of light games like minecraft and easy to handle for mobile operations and periodes without a power source.

 

 

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Get a cheap laptop to study on, study when out, game when home at PC.

 

Helps manage your gaming time and focus study time so you are not tempted to game when you should study.

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25 minutes ago, LWM723 said:

@HelpfulTechWizard
Judging by your comment, do you even have the slightest clue what you are talking about? I didn't think so!

Make sure you choose my name from the list.

look here:

1 hour ago, HelpfulTechWizard said:

/s

means sarcasm. you were being ridiclous, so I was being sarcastic.

I am still TechWizardThatNeedsHelp, just less of a mouthfull.

 

My beautiful, but not that powerful, main PC:

My new PC I'm saving for:                                                                /\

(was a H1 build, but I cant spend 400$ on a case)                |

DREAM BUILD BIT BY BIT                        |

  • Ryzen 5 5600x                                                                         |
  • ROG Strix B550-f GAMING                                                 |
  • 2x8gb Corsair Vengance LPX DDR4 3200mhz cl6   |
  • Old drives from Grandma -------------------------------------/
  • New Crucial P1 and Seagate Barracuda Compute 2TB
  • Whichever 3070 I can get
  • Meshify C with tempered glass
  • 6 Cooler Master MasterFan MF120 Halo
  • Full custom loop water cooling.

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13 hours ago, Caroline said:

I was about to write this. I know he's a teen but come on, is education so bad in X country?

 

The and I told himand then he said, but then I asked kind of stuff gives me a serious headache.

OP, the first 2 lines were perfectly fine, you've got a PC for your birthday and you want to sell it to get a laptop, but your father doesn't wants you to do so, that's it.

 

Anyway you know how you can avoid being 'distracted' by games so you can focus on school subjects and X test? install a Linux distro, you'll be able to do the test and everything related to school but won't be able to play any game

every damn time i read a topic in this forum "just get linux" should i do chemo or radio? just install linux should we colonize the moon or mars? arch linux bro WE FUCKING GET IT YOU USE LINUX

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