Gaming is Believing.

I just love this commercial, hope you’ll like it too. Vilden rocks!:P

Also here is a documentary movie about Sk


Gamepad ThrustMaster.

Want to get a good cheap gamepad for your PC, you should consider thrustmaster dual analog 3. It costs about 20 $ and youll get a dual analog, 12 buttons, no force feedback gamepad.

Pros:  12, easy to push, buttons

2 analog sticks(made from rubber)

really comfortable to hold


Plug and play

8 directions d-pad

Cons:  No force feedback


I had it for months and didn’t find anything wrong with it, so I strongly recommend it to you.

If you can spare a little more money on your game pad you should go with this one, it’s waaaay cooler 🙂

 Thrustmaster 2-in-1 Dual Trigger

it has force feedback, 10 feet of cable, whirels 2 analog sticks, buttons light up in the dark

Gaming notebook

So I’m looking for a good gaming notebook but it has to be cheap because money is a real issue. My first thought went to Alien Ware and I made myself a killer configuration:

Area-51® m9750 SystemAlienWare

Video/Graphics Card: Dual 512MB NVIDIA® GeForce™ 8700M GT – SLI Enabled
Chassis: 17″ WideUXGA 1920 x 1200 LCD with Clearview Technology – Stealth Black
Processor: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor T7600 2.33GHz 4MB Cache 667MHz FSB
Memory: 4GB Dual Channel DDR2 SO-DIMM at 667MHz – 2 x 2048MB
Notebook Tuners and Remotes: Without Media Center Remote Control or TV Tuner
System Drive: Single Drive Configuration – 160GB 7,200RPM (8MB Cache)
Optical Drives : 2x Blu-ray Writer/DVD±RW Burner
Wireless Network Card: Internal Intel® PRO Wireless 3945 a/b/g Mini-Card
Sound Card : Creative SoundBlaster X-Fi Xtreme Audio
Mouse: Razer Copperhead™ High Precision Gaming Mouse – Chaos Green Edition

Cool right? The only problem was the payment: $4400, now this WAAAAAAY more than I can afford so, upset, I’ve closed alien ware’s page and went to as i remembered they had some good gaming notebooks. I chose a 17″ inch notebook, it’s actually a XPS 1730 with the following configuration

PROCESSOR Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor T7500 (2.2GHz/800Mhz FSB, 4MB Cache)  
OPERATING SYSTEM Genuine Windows® XP Professional – English
MEMORY 2GB Shared Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM at 667MHz
HARD DRIVE Speed: 120GB SATA Hard Drive (7200RPM) Free Fall Sensor
VIDEO CARD NVIDIA®GeForce®8700M GT graphics
WIRELESS CARDS Intel® PRO/Wireless 3945 a/g Mini Card
BATTERY OPTIONS 85 WHr Lithium Ion Battery (9-cell)
SOUND OPTIONS High Definition Audio 2.0

Nothing too fancy, this was actually the cheapest model they had($2500), if I were to go all the way, I would have got the same model but added a couple of features, it would had looked something like this

PROCESSOR Intel® Core™ 2 Extreme X7900 (2.8GHz/800Mhz FSB, 4MB Cache)
OPERATING SYSTEM Genuine Windows Vista® Ultimate Edition – English
MEMORY 4GB Shared Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM at 667MHz
HARD DRIVE RAID Performance: 400GB (2x200GB) 7200RPM Free Fall Sensor
VIDEO CARD NVIDIA®SLI™Dual GeForce®8700MGT with 512MB GDDR3 Memory
WIRELESS CARDS Intel® PRO/Wireless 4965a/g/n Mini Card
BATTERY OPTIONS 9-cell Primary Battery and 9-cell additional Lithium Ion Battery
EXTERNAL MODEM Dell External Mini USB Modem
SOUND OPTIONS Integrated Sound Blaster Audigy HD Software Edition

Now this bad boy went jumped to a stunning $5000 and this would be also WWWWAAAAYYY out of my range. The first choice though would really recommend.

I’m still looking and i want to make the right decision, if you have any ideas please leave a comment.