I'm told by those closest to me that I am "difficult to buy gifts for." This year my mother decided she was done and handed me money and said I'd better get something I enjoyed. And well...
|This is what happened. You can see my toe in this picture.|
As you may or may not know, I quit messing with PCs a few years ago and am not really so much up on the technology anymore. In fact, a year ago I purchased my first PC (custom from HP) in nearly a decade, and certainly my first desktop in the same amount of time. I've only recent begun to regret not having built it from scratch.
So anyway, I decided I'd spend the money upgrading my PC and ended up with an overclocked GTX 670 (a massive upgrade from the Radeon HD 6670 I was sporting before). I also doubled the amount of RAM installed. Exciting stuff. I don't know what I was expecting, but the first thing I noticed when I unpacked it was how enormous it was. I'm sure it wouldn't be much of a surprise to most modern gamers but I broke into laughing fits over it.
|Massive in my mid-size case, which I now also want to replace. I wonder if there are AA type groups for this?|
|Nora, distracting me from my technology induced brooding and pain|
|You only live once right? Even if application fees are due soon and bills and uh...|
|So now I'm shopping for cases, but it'll be a while before I can spend the cash...|