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Old 12-22-2005, 10:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default ok ive got 82.50$ wat should i buy?

ok ive got 82.50 and i know theres something i need for my computer. but i cant think of it. anyideas???
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Old 12-22-2005, 10:27 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Nice speakers with a subwoofer.
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lol i dont knwo ur rig is pretty good already. I would suggest some pc games or a new gaming mouse or even speakers like SHAWN said lol
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Go for some nice speakers or a decent sound card. Or just save up for some better speakers or a better sound card down the road.
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i would go with a nice mouse
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Old 12-23-2005, 12:06 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Nice speakers with a subwoofer.
$82 won't buy you nice speakers. Save you're money.
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well im going to get a logitech MX 518 mouse, because 1600 dpi will be sick!, but what mouse pad should i get? because my optical mouse i have now is really picky. and ive heard the mx518 is really picky of what surface its on. and i could buy a game but i just bought bf2 and im hooked on it lol i play it to much actually lol. all night long coffee after coffee! lol.
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i have the 518 and it's great. i just use it on the bare "wood" keyboard tray. sometimes it gets some crap on it and it feels real rough when moving it, but i just clean it off and it's works fine. oh yea, i don't even use 1600 dpi, it's too fast for me. i have it set somwhere around 800 i think. i just like the way the mouse feels.
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If you're gotten that mouse thinking it will make you an elite pro gamer... you're in for a big disappointment!
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