Good Gaming comp for the money? 4 replies

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Sun1burn

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3rd June 2004

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#1 14 years ago

AMD™ Athlon™ XP-2800+ CPU

-nVidia nForce2 400 Ultra MB
-512MB Dual Channel DDR400
-160GB 7200 RPM ATA 100 HD
-GeForce FX 5200 128MB 8X AGP
-16X DVD-ROM Drive
-Special! 12X DVD +- RW Drive
-AC97 3D Wave Surround Sound

-600Watt Subwoofer Speakers

-Windows XP Home Edition.

-Turbo X-Infinity Case 420 Watt w/ "See-Thru" Window -Build-in LCD Temperature Display

$715 That a good price?




Pestilence64

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#2 14 years ago

yea i think thats a good price. the only con to the specs is the AC97 audio. you might want to get soundcard later down the road to get better sound and reduce workload on the rest of the comp for alightly better gaming performance.




Pethegreat VIP Member

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#3 14 years ago

nice for the price i got this a year ago 4 $1300 P4 2.4ghz ATI Radeon 9000 128mb intel mobo intrigrated audio:( 60gb maxtor hd 512RAM 2cd drives(1 read 1 read/write/re-write) floppy drive sony floppy drive 2.1 Altect Lansing speaker system 17in envision moniter blue 1/2 tower with ???powersupply




nij28

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#4 14 years ago

That pc would be fine. Might want a vid card uprade later on though.




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#5 14 years ago

Concider another 512 stick? 1024 does the trick.. :)