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About Vero

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  • Birthday 01/25/1993

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    Anthony Cerenzio
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    Staten Island, New York
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    Vero ProDiGY
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  1. I miss you baby, are you playing Wildstar?
  2. Pictures for anyone curious:
  3. Sent them in the email.
  4. Perfect for casual DOTA and taking the train all throughout the city and when I travel without having to disturb others around me with my loud metal music
  5. https://mail.google.com/mail/?ui=2&ik=c52cbbdd6d&view=att&th=13d57db9843d9119&attid=0.1&disp=thd&realattid=1429186692643815424-1&zw https://mail.google.com/mail/?ui=2&ik=c52cbbdd6d&view=att&th=13d57dfe3062ef6a&attid=0.1&disp=thd&realattid=1429186987173085184-1&zw Picture of the BMI,Manuals,Box,All Original Cables (Never actually used them)
  6. I'll get you some pictures and such soon. Send me some info etc.
  7. Talked to Rob, he said some people might need it. Thanks though.
  8. Anyone out there still play console and interested in streaming. Sold my xbox a few months back and looking to sell off my BMI Pro. I have the box and all the cables, used it for a few months and now it just sits in my computer. Looking for $110 about depending on where I am shipping too. They are about $200 brand new and this doesn't have much wear on it. No funny business just looking to get rid of it. Prefer and highly encourage Paypal. Twitter: Veroprodigy Email: veroprodigy@Gmail.com I'm sure a few people on the forums can attest to my credibility. Any question plz ask. If local ie New York, I don't mind doing meet ups. Also selling a Steelseries Siberia Neckband headset if someone is looking for a light on the go headset or for casual gaming. Let me know.
  9. Title^^^ Anyone have one they don't play and would be willing to let me have? In the mood for some diablo and if it doesn't have any other games on if you wouldn't mind giving it up Let me know Twitter: @Veroprodigy or post here.
  10. Give me some time and I can gather some UK Retailers or at least the closet equivalents I could find.
  11. If you need help with any direct links to some of these products let me know if it's what you're looking for and I can try to find some UK Retailers to refer you too.
  12. The way the PC Trend is going lately, I would recommend Intel Processors and Nvidia Graphic Cards. AMD/ATI Has been losing the race in both performance and price/per performance as of late. A few years ago you could get away with AMD but now it's like investing into a lot of outdated software/hardware. Intel won't perform THAT much better than AMD on the processor side because it doesn't effect gaming THAT much, but all around it will run faster and last longer especially in areas such as Online Streaming,Video editing,Photoshop,Video Rendering etc.I mean if you are on a strict budget and just want something to call home then go for it, but if you are looking for an investment and a good 4 - 7 year gaming machine that also has the power to do other various tasks I recommend going with Intel and Nvidia. ESPECIALLY in the GFX Card department. Just some quick suggestions: Intel i7 2600/2700k and ASRock Z68 Motherboard (Estimate of $320-$400 USD) GSkill Ripjaws 8GB DDR3 RAM 1600mhz (About $60USD) Corsair TX750/850 Watt PSU ($90-$140 usd) EVGA Nvidia Geforce GTX 660/670 ($300 USD/$400 USD) DVD Drive ($20 USD) Windows 7 ($100 USD) **If you want it** Aftermarket Cooler Corsair H60/H80 ($60/$100 USD) Personally you should be fine with the stock Intel cooler if money starts becoming a problem. **Make sure if you get ANY aftermarket cooler especially these type of coolers they fit with the dimensions of your case. Look up your case and these coolers on google and see if the dimensions look good or just ask around through google, other people will probably have the same questions.** As far as Harddrives and Cases, go with what fits your size likings and whatever case fits your style (Remember Bigger cases are better in this case, Bigger dimmensions are generally easier and more future proof as long as you don't have to spend an arm and a leg extra) **Generally a Good Harddrive will be about $60/80$USD and a Case will be about $80/$120 USD** This should come to about $1100/1200~ USD. **Depending on any sales you find/Where you buy from. Local Retailers usually cheaper than Online** Which I am pretty sure is well in the mid range of your budget if the above currency conversions were correct.. Of course you will have to buy a monitor if you don't have a spare one and mouse/keyboard. If you are looking to spend the money and make a long term investment this is a solid build I would recommend, yes it is a tad pricy but of course I am going by what I think? is your budget.
  13. I would definitely love a shot at this. Anyone who has played with me knows MMOs are my thing Never played a Guild Wars game before.
  14. Hope to get my hands on a key Looks very interesting.
  15. http://forums.thesecretworld.com/showthread.php?t=31885