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Which smartphone should I buy? Sony's Xperia T or the new Google Nexus 4?

Question by Severus from Romania | Answered by Anthony Garreffa | Mobile Devices | Wed, Nov 28 2012 6:45 PM CST

Hello again Tweakers,

I'm looking into buying a new smartphone this Christmas and I wanted your help in this matter. Basicaly, I'm torn between the Sony Xperia T and the Google Nexus 4. Ussually I buy a flagship phone and keep it for around 3 years. My last 3 phones were Sony, so on one hand I'd continue the legacy, but on the other hand I don't think that the T's dual core is too future proof. I love Sony's design and the camera is better, but the Nexus has Jelly Bean and 2gb of ram. A big minus in the Nexus is the lack of an e pxpansion slot.

Both phones are at the same price here and that further makes my decision harder, so I hope you can help me find a resolution in this matter.

Thank you for your time!

I want to upgrade my AMD-based system, what should I get?

Question by Nicholas from United States | Answered by Anthony Garreffa | CPUs, Chipsets & SoCs | Tue, Nov 27 2012 12:15 AM CST

I'm looking for my next upgrade.

I have the following currently:

Yamakasi qHD monitor.

AMD Phenom II x4 965 BE @ 4.3Ghz.

32GBs of DDR3-1333MHz G.Skill Ripjawz.

M4N98TD EVO (with the built in GPU turned onfor PhysX.)

EVGA GTX 670 @ Stock everything.

Samsung 830 for OS.

Some WD Blues for storage.

Where do I go from here? I don't really play that many 3D game as I used to, Skyrim is pretty much the only real 3D game I play anymore. I ask because I always feel the need for more power. I understand that anything from Intel will be better, but I haven't had any Intel desktop products since the Pentium 3 days. Should I wait for whatever is coming out from AMD or jump ship while I can?

P.S. - I'm a bang-for-your-buck kind of guy.

What's the best GPU for gaming at 1600x900?

Question by Dude from Australia | Answered by Anthony Garreffa | Video Cards | Tue, Nov 13 2012 2:49 AM CST

I have a question, What is the best GPU for my 1600x900 resolution monitor?

I will use it mostly for gaming and video editing in the future. And i want decent amount of FPS while playing BF3 on single player about 45-50fps is ok on me! :)

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