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PGMachines

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#1 14 years ago

I am starting a small gaming pc company and i am looking to see how many people are looking to get a new one, and how much they will like to spend. Also please tell me what you look for in the pc.




Deimos

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#2 14 years ago

Tell us the specs in your computers and we will give you a price. :)




PGMachines

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#3 14 years ago

Well i hava a few models let me get u the price list...




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#4 14 years ago

Gaming quality! Powered by an XP2700+ 333 FSB+ processor and 768 MB of RAM, this system is ready to perform. The huge 160 GB hard disk drive has Windows XP Home Edition pre-installed so you can get started immediately. You'll be able to burn your favorite music, save data to CDs with the CD-RW drive. Watch the latest DVD movies with the 16x DVD-ROM drive. Integrated audio, video, and USB ports. Here’s what it has to offer:

  • 10-Bay Black/Blue ATX Window Case
  • [color=black]AMD Athlon XP 2700+ "Barton", 333MHz FSB, 512K Cache Processor[/color]
  • Soyo KT400 DRAGON Ultra Socket A Motherboard w/Sound
  • Samsung 8x4x32 CDRW & 8x DVD-ROM Black Drive
  • Samsung 48x Black IDE CD-ROM Drive
  • Seagate 160GB UDMA/33 5400RPM 2MB Hard Drive
  • 768 MB SDRAM PC-133 168-Pin High Density DIMM Memory
  • Blue LCD Smart Panel Fan Speed Controller
  • Black PS/2 Illuminated Multimedia Keyboard w/White Keys
  • 3-Button Black USB Optical Scroll Mouse w/Fan
  • Windows XP Home Edition
  • Free Internet for 6 months by AOL
  • Norton AntiVirus 2004 free for 6 months
  • 2 years warranty on parts and labor/with on-site service**
  • 2 years technical support
  • Free upgrades for life!*[color=red] [/color]*You will be charge for parts, and shipping. **Please see our site for more info.

So what do u all think?




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#5 14 years ago
PGMachinesGaming quality! Powered by an XP2700+ 333 FSB+ processor and 768 MB of RAM, this system is ready to perform. The huge 160 GB hard disk drive has Windows XP Home Edition pre-installed so you can get started immediately. You'll be able to burn your favorite music, save data to CDs with the CD-RW drive. Watch the latest DVD movies with the 16x DVD-ROM drive. Integrated audio, video, and USB ports. Here’s what it has to offer:
  • 10-Bay Black/Blue ATX Window Case
  • [color=black]AMD Athlon XP 2700+ "Barton", 333MHz FSB, 512K Cache Processor[/color]
  • Soyo KT400 DRAGON Ultra Socket A Motherboard w/Sound
  • Samsung 8x4x32 CDRW & 8x DVD-ROM Black Drive
  • Samsung 48x Black IDE CD-ROM Drive
  • Seagate 160GB UDMA/33 5400RPM 2MB Hard Drive
  • 768 MB SDRAM PC-133 168-Pin High Density DIMM Memory
  • Blue LCD Smart Panel Fan Speed Controller
  • Black PS/2 Illuminated Multimedia Keyboard w/White Keys
  • 3-Button Black USB Optical Scroll Mouse w/Fan
  • Windows XP Home Edition
  • Free Internet for 6 months by AOL
  • Norton AntiVirus 2004 free for 6 months
  • 2 years warranty on parts and labor/with on-site service**
  • 2 years technical support
  • Free upgrades for life!*[color=red] [/color]*You will be charge for parts, and shipping. **Please see our site for more info.
So what do u all think?

not bad. I'd perver 1GB of Ram and a faster processor:uhm:. What kind of Graphics card do you have in it(if any)?




PGMachines

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#6 14 years ago

It's our 'slow' model, we have a few faster ones tho. Like one we have has two gb of ram and, a duel processor starting at $1,750.00.




Vertical345

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#7 14 years ago

way to much dude, i can build a computer like that for 1100, maybe 1500 TOPS




PGMachines

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#8 14 years ago

True, but u have to think that must people who want it can't build them.




Deimos

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#9 14 years ago

I would say $1350.00

You have job openings? What positions? ;)




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#10 14 years ago

Yeah, under 1500 is pretty good. I guess your right about computer noobs even tho building a computer doesnt take long (installing the actually stuff on them does) its basically just snap this in and a few screws, plus they come with instructions.