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#ActualMadhed

Posted 10 January 2013 - 01:01 PM

If you can afford to, I'd suggest getting a dedicated work machine. Any cheap, probably used, 1-2 year old laptop will be enough for programming, even games, if you are not planning on developing the next CryEngine.
When you can't simply start "the game I just thought about right now OMG I want to play it" and instead have to get up -> start the PC -> wait for it to boot -> log in -> start the game, you will probably get back to coding more often.

anyone else have similar problems?

Oh, yes. Very much. ;)

#1Madhed

Posted 10 January 2013 - 01:00 PM

If you can afford to, I'd suggest getting a dedicated work machine. Any cheap, probably used, 1-2 year old laptop will be enough for programming, even games, if you are not planning on developing the next CryEngine.

When you can't simply start "the game I just thought about right now OMG I want to play it" and instead have to get up -> start the PC -> wait for it to boot -> log in -> start the game, you will probably get back to coding more often.


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