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Old 05-31-2006, 03:15 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Originally posted by magouster
You're thinking of people suffering from epilepsy. ADD is an accronym for Attention Defecit Disorder, in which the subject has a shorter than usual attention-span. This in NO WAY denotes a lower intelligence, incase someone decides to find it funny.

I have ADD...Its not that bad, I mean...

HOLY **** A7900 GTX FOR 446 Dollars !?!!!

yeah but its not as bad...I mean I just have to focus harder and yeah got some medicine

My freind has ADHD, and he takes ridlyn....hes the best sleepover buddy ever!


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Old 05-31-2006, 03:19 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Originally posted by cyrax
That should run as good as, if not better than a 360.

I thought people with ADD weren't supposed to play computer games because of the light flashes or something..
that's epileptic people.

and not sure if that will run better or as good as a 360, the 360's grphics are pretty much what the R600 is, and it has 3-3.2ghz IBM power PC CPu's. so no it wont be as good but it wil runs games pretty smoothly, but i would recomend getting an AMD based system unless he's gonna wait for conroe which you already stated he's not.

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