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06 April 2013 - 06:34 AMI pretty much watched the English dubbed version, but I have no regrets on that (the majority of anime I watch is in English anyway). It was a pretty good anime, though I will admit I have forgotten a lot of it, like when Emerl debuts. Maybe because I haven't watched it in a year or two. I did like some things like Dark Super Sonic, though. Chris didn't bother me too much, but he did have a bit too much involvement, but I guess it's to be expected. I may check out a few things later on in the future, if I remember to do so. Kind of hard to believe it's been 10 years though.
I do kind of wonder that if they attempt to make another animated series (which I doubt anytime soon), which route should they go? One based off some of the games again, but closer? One based off of Archie (which I haven't read yet), or try something else? Would be interesting to see some games like Unleashed animated, especially after that Night of the Werehog short we got.
14 March 2013 - 06:40 PMEDIT - Crap. Thought someone didn't post the Powered Up cover. Sorry. Trash this, please.
15 January 2013 - 04:52 PMKind of forgot there was a debate about AMD vs nVidia...I think. Seems like most of the time, it boils down to preferences. I do know the on board card on my motherboard uses nVidia.
I went through various sites like Tom's Hardware forums, Newegg, and various other forums, and it seems like for under $200 (minus taxes), AMD Radeon seems to be the most popular. Specifically, the HD 7850. Well, I don't have the money just yet, and I probably won't buy this stuff till the end of the month. What do you guys think? I know what Ultima said, but I'm curious to hear from more.
Looks like the GeForce GTX 660 does beat it, going by this chart below, although it does cost a little bit more.
14 January 2013 - 09:58 PM@Jay T. Dude. I was joking. For the love of God don't actually buy a Voodoo 3. It's a card from 1998. I thought the references to Quake 2/3 would be enough of a giveaway. I even said "the upcoming" Quake 3; a game from 1999. You get an old 3Dfx and you won't be able to run anything dude. It's 15 years old. I was trying to make everyone laugh and ultimately it appears I failed. On a serious note just get a high-end Nvidia card. Choose the highest priced GeForce card you can afford and you should be set.
I'm not too familiar with the Quake series other than the name and it's a FPS (which I'm not into, honestly). Sorry. XP
But yeah, probably the best idea. I'll just save up as much I can and get a good one. I believe the recommended card for something like Generations is a GTX 460, so I can probably get one in the 500 series, if I don't feel like saving up for the 600s. Thanks!
14 January 2013 - 07:09 PMPhew, okay. Back from class. Thanks for responding.
@Meat Miracle: Okay, I'll change to the fan. As for the PSU, I was pretty much going by Overlord and HeartAttack's posts. I do want to keep using this computer for as long as possible, and there is always that possibility I may have to change parts for better ones, so may be good to get a slightly higher wattage. As for the rail, well, HeartAttack pretty much explains it.
@360 I don't see the card on Newegg, but I do see it on Amazon. Although, looks like they only have used video cards. I personally would rather get a new video card. I dunno how good used ones are and I kind of don't want to risk it. I'm guessing the card you suggested is quite an old model, right?
@Ultima Alright. I'll keep those in mind.
@Winterhell Quite expensive cards, but we'll see. For now, I'll try to get a cheaper, but still powerful one.
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