Sorry for the long delay as I was wrapping up the Spring Semester and also my Undergraduate degree. However, I’m not done with college yet as I’m getting my Master’s Degree and be finished about a year. Hopefully then, I will be able to get a job in Information Technology.
Also, this is the last episode I’m recording on my 2010 Macbook Pro, Takamachi Nanoha. Future Anime Weeklies will be done on the new computer.
- Intro – 00:00 to 00:30
- New Computer – 00:31 to 1:34
- Photo Kano (Haruka Niimi’s arc) – 1:37 to 2:40
- Ore no Imouto 2 Episodes 5 and 6 – 2:41 – 4:05
- Anime Power Rankings for Week of May 7 – 4.07 – 4:35
- End – 4:37 to 5:00
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Congrats on finishing up. Can’t wait till next semester myself, since I will be one more step closer with my undergrad done. That is a decent computer build. Would be buying a new laptop myself, since this might be a Linux system soon, but I am still waiting on Haswell processors to enter the market and see how they perform. Did get a sizable amount cash for my birthday, so might just buy one a couple of months from now. And, I agree, Gargantia is pretty impressive so far.
You’re welcome. As for the computer, I decided on the non-retina 15 inch Macbook Pro since I can upgrade the RAM and the storage. Maybe someday, I’ll replace the optical drive and move the hard drive there and get an SSD when they go down in price. But in the future, I probably won’t get the Retina since it’s not upgradable. I may end up buying a Thinkpad and installing Linux on it (which is a good operating system, but I like KDE more than Gnome 3 and Unity). But overall, I think this computer can handle multiple virtual machines since I got 16 GB.
I didn’t wait for the Haswell since Apple might drop the 15 inch Non-retina model… it’s why I bought it now.
Yeah, that was a good choice, especially with price of RAM going back up. Not sure if that will affect if computers will rise in price, but it is possible. Really? I last time I used a Mac was back in 1995 when it was called “System 6”, so my hands-on knowledge with many Apple products are limited. Thinkpad is a good for that, but I still prefer laptop/ultra-books for any distros (ideally, Mint or Ubuntu). VM are definitely options too, especially for the build (having any extra external drives are a plus too, since that is where I still have mine from my Apache web server project two years ago.)
I’m just waiting on Haswell because I heard the performance boost was substantially better than the Ivy line, but I haven’t see any proof of it yet. Just trying to figure out where to best spend my money.
I heard that 16GB kit costed like 70-80 dollars. I paid $110 for the kit, but still a big price drop compared to when 8GB sticks first came on the market. But aside from that, I notice that when I was watching 10-bit h264 MKVs, the CPU usage on the new laptop was 5.7% overall compared to my old one, which had 27.0% CPU usage since it’s only a dual core… But that is a off topic, Im writing a post on the new computers on my sideblog later on.