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2010-09-20, 23:27
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Hi lads

How good does a nettop perform with QW?


Im mostly intresting into an ASROCK and EEE BOX!

ASROCK = Intel GMA HD
EEE BOX = ION2
2010-09-21, 00:04
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very bad, only software will run decent
2010-09-21, 08:37
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Build your own mini ITX instead. Grab a Core i3/i5 and get a motherboard with a PCIe slot, then grab a decent gfx-card and you are lot more ready for qw
2010-09-21, 22:13
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yeah fog, I have thought about it but they make noise like hell
2010-09-22, 10:06
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No, they certainly dont have to???
2010-09-24, 06:49
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Buy a Mac Pro!
2010-09-24, 16:31
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empezar wrote:
Buy a Mac Pro!

He could buy cheese instead of a wheel too... but to be honest, who want's that :S

Apple stuff = Shiny plastic for which you could get twice or triple as much shiny plastic/metal from other vendors...

I agree with that "Build your own mini-ITX"-idea... can't get worse than "Mac"

My trolly 2 cents...
2010-09-24, 18:57
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oRe wrote:
empezar wrote:
Buy a Mac Pro!

He could buy cheese instead of a wheel too... but to be honest, who want's that :S

Apple stuff = Shiny plastic for which you could get twice or triple as much shiny plastic/metal from other vendors...

I agree with that "Build your own mini-ITX"-idea... can't get worse than "Mac"

My trolly 2 cents...

Sounds just like someone who don't know what he's talking about, troll: yep.

As I said earlier, go for a miniITX-build with anything else than Atom + a discrete gfx card (no need to have high-end).

Otherwise, look at Mac mini. Increadibly smooth but not the strongest gfx-performer.
2010-09-28, 10:13
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There is very little plastic in a Mac Pro
2010-09-28, 20:41
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but it's a mac.. overprized and overpraised..
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