From: Here In Oregon on 28 Feb 2010 13:24
"Glennbo" > So, I went ahead and ordered this stuff in a mwave barebones.
Uh, could you have just like slept on it for one freaking night. Geez!!!!
From: Here In Oregon on 28 Feb 2010 13:32
There are some major advantages to an i7920 but I am sure you will be happy
so I will refrain from anymore commentary. Your bonuses will be cheaper RAM
and motherboard, less power consumption and a little less heat. I will stop
From: Nil on 28 Feb 2010 15:53
On 28 Feb 2010, Glennbo <vdrumsYourHeadFromYourAss(a)cox.net> wrote in
> Oh, and it looks like I may be buying a new barebones machine,
> because my Core 2 Duo is starting to act up after 6 years. It's
> wanting to not boot until you power it off and on and off and on a
> bunch of times. When it finally does come up, it runs fine, but
> it's fairly impossible to trace the problem, since whatever it is
> isn't a 100% fail. I swapped video cards, but it isn't that, coz
> I had the same problem this morning.
Sorry to hear that. I built my main computer the same time you did...
in fact, I mostly copied your list of components. This has been the
most solid, reliable machine I've ever had, and it's still perking
merrily along. I usually keep my computers until they start to balk at
the tasks I have for them, and so far, this one hasn't complained about
From: Here In Oregon on 28 Feb 2010 17:35
"Glennbo" > I've actually been looking at this for the two weeks my DAW has
been acting up.
IC. Good to hear that.
From: Here In Oregon on 28 Feb 2010 17:36
"Glennbo" > The biggest advantage in the i5 is that I can afford it,
although it will
> take me a couple months to pay it off.
I totally get it. Best bang for the buck. Reaper will be smoking for
you. I am working in Reaper while I am typing this. I am also giggling all
the time now and you were right once again my friend. Reaper does indeed
rock! I will say it again, I am in DAW heaven.