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so i have decided to be a newbie and post pics of my comp and the roomies as well. i just bought this about a week ago and must say the macbook pro is a fun little toy. i also have to admit i have been lurking and reading different reviews prior to purchasing the macbook pro as i am an avid gamer. i should restate that; i am an avid gamer who doesnt need the 1900x1200 res to enjoy a game. i would rather play with lower res and more details. the pro does this with flying colors. i left the x1600 all stock. anywho enough babbling on to the pics...hope u enjoy...sorry we are college folk and the house/desk is a bit messy.






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oh and dont mind the preparation H comercial...i am not trying to insight anything...
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Congrats on your purchase.
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congrats on your purchase.

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thank you...i am super stoked on the purchase. my roomie enjoys his white little lover too. i am currently in massive mentally internal debates as to purchase the new 24inch IMAC. someone slap some sense into me!!!
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the 24" is great, but you just bought a macbook pro, do you really need it.

do something beter with the money...

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thank you...i am super stoked on the purchase. my roomie enjoys his white little lover too. i am currently in massive mentally internal debates as to purchase the new 24inch IMAC. someone slap some sense into me!!!

I wish I could slap sense into you, but I am pretty sure I will be picking one up for a Christmas present to myself this year. :batman:
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Congrats!

The MacBook Pro is a great machine, nice pictures too!
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Thanks for the Pornography!
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You have some pretty expensive toys for being a college student...Macbook, flat screen TV, Xbox 360...
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yes i worked alot this summer...construction is the best way to make money quick...that and crack but my doc said no. anyone ever have any problems with mushkin ram? bought a gig stick and put it in wednesday and today ( sunday ) my computer beeped at me madly. took it out and put it in the roomies macbook and put his corsair into mine and worked like a charm. his macbook with my ram however made the same beeping. assmuing its bad ram now. newegg has a return...
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yes i worked alot this summer...construction is the best way to make money quick...that and crack but my doc said no. anyone ever have any problems with mushkin ram? bought a gig stick and put it in wednesday and today ( sunday ) my computer beeped at me madly. took it out and put it in the roomies macbook and put his corsair into mine and worked like a charm. his macbook with my ram however made the same beeping. assmuing its bad ram now. newegg has a return...
I ordered ram from www.macsales.com and have had no problems with it. :black:
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I ordered ram from www.macsales.com and have had no problems with it. :black:

did u mem test it and such and how long have youhad it running well?
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I bought my MBP RAM from Crucial....the best on the market IMO. I ran memtest and everything checked out fine....it's been perfect since I got the machine about 2 months ago
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forgot to mention......Crucial RAM is a bit more expesive than other brands, but the way I see it....I dropped 2 Grand on a laptop, whats another 30 bucks for great RAM?
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