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About 3IfByAir

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  1. I just bought a Lenovo Y510P, but I was looking at the Dell XPS 15. I checked it out at the Microsoft Store and it's slim but still has nice specs: 2.2 GHz Intel Core i7-4702HQ (Haswell)16GB of 1600 MHz DDR3L RAM 1TB 5400 rpm HDD+ 32GB SSD NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M Graphics (2GB) 15.6" LED-Backlit Touchscreen QHD+ 3200 x 1800 Native Resolution Not sure what your budget is but, I've seen this model run from $1700-$1900 depending on the site.
  2. Dude... love that clean look. That cable management shows levels of patience that I'm not sure I possess.
  3. I have to agree, if gaming is the goal, Intel is the way to go. I always start with the processor/mobo and go from there. On the motherboard, pay close attention to the chipset. e.g. If you go with a 4th gen Intel setup and you want to be able to overclock, you'll be looking for Z87. If OCing isn't necessary, but you still want SLI, a H87 can save you some cash.
  4. I have Left4Dead and Left4Dead2 for Xbox 360, they both split screen, but only up to 2 players.
  5. This was an epic game, I would probably give it a second play through if it was available on PC... although earning that zebra donkey again would be a serious pita.
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