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DarkBlueAnt

Up date about me..

So.. those who wants to get into my life.. I got to say, the money I'm gathering is getting close to what I want to spend on a new comp... No donations mind you but work, after bills and tax refund and a gift card for my birthday... if that refund gets here!  I will be up to $560 to a new desktop computer.. tho not really sure on how much to save for not knowing what kind of comp to go for.

If you have segestions for a comp.. so I can do light gaming and bad ass arting on that would be cool! granted Im also going to plug in a rosetta stone to learn some Japanese as well and watch some movies. I'll look into it!

as for my oil paintings.. well Im looking for a muse haha

anything else you want to know just ask

love you all!
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Added: 5 years, 5 months ago
 
soggymaster
5 years, 5 months ago
What pieces would you need for a new PC?
DarkBlueAnt
5 years, 5 months ago
I need a new everything when it come for a new PC since I been using my mothers old one! I want to have my own again! as for what I want Im not sure .. I know I have Adobe photoshop CS3 and Illustrator CS3 soft wear even tho I never used it befor.. think I might need to try out SAI
soggymaster
5 years, 5 months ago
$550 for an entirely new PC is gunna stretch my abilities to come up with a spec list.  

$550 for just the tower?  That's a lot easier.

Either way, this isn't very easy.
DarkBlueAnt
5 years, 5 months ago
well I'm still earning more for one! that's just how much I have at the moment for it... what Im asking is what would be good to get so I know how much I need to save for it! maybe make payments on one .. I donno :P
DarkBlueAnt
5 years, 5 months ago
you think I should try goin for one of them all in one computers? I hear HP sucks but other brands are hopin on that train as well!
soggymaster
5 years, 5 months ago
AIO PCs seem cool to me, but they aren't much more than a mini ITX board or laptop guts strapped on the back of a monitor.

Now, thinking back, I bought my laptop for $550.  It was a refurb and worth twice as much as that new.  I got lucky and only had an issue with it while it was under warranty; it's handled any game I've tried playing on it no sweat so far.

Funny that I come across something that might suit you while going through my RSS feeds.  This PC, while refurbished, should suit you just fine for the time being.  While I'm afraid that this particular one won't be on special for very long, I'm sure there will be others.
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