hey guys I'm thinking about buying a computer from kully (www.kully.biz). They seem to have pretty good prices/power. The guys built me a custom athlon 64 3500+ w/ a 6800 pro card for $1100, is this a good deal?
I would die without GF
29th November 2003
*moved to Tech Discussion*
Slightly cooler than a n00b
29th December 2005
nope...u can probly get all the parts needed to get a comp like that one for about 800$ at www.newegg.com
For $1100 you can get a 3200+ venice core ($205), a Nforce4 Ultra mobo ($109), 512MB DDR400 ($39), a X850xt 256mb ($450), a 120gb sata hdd ($60), a good PSU ($75), and a cheap case ($45)... and on ebay ive got windowd XP for as little as $40, but its usually $60-90..... this gives you a ballpark of self-build values.... its a nice system for a gooood value. Think it over...
I'm too cool to Post
22nd September 2002
These advertisers are getting slick. NOT
Trust me, I'm a Doctor
25th November 2003
not a real bad deal, but not to great, you could build a better one yourself for around $1100-1300 though, however if you don't know how or don't want to build you own computer, find a pre-built one that has the best price to power ratio. one thing about alot of name-brand pre built computers though, they use alot of propreitary parts that limits upgrading. if you must have a pre built, find a good custom one. oh and by the way, there is no such thing as a 6800 Pro...... i just checked out kullys computers and i'm not impressed at all. there "Gaming Elite" pc only has a AMD64 2800+, a 9800 Pro, and 512MB RAM. and thats there second fastest model? :uhm:
Lord of the Peach
19th April 2004
Shizzle my nizzle
28th July 2004
Interesting new way of advertising - asking for second opinions on sites acting like they just 'found it'.
argusgThey seem to have pretty good prices/power
If you can make that assumption, you shouldn't have to ask us.
nah, why is everyone so paranoid about that kinda stuff... the kid just asked a question, benefit of the doubt I guess. And i do agree, self-build will be a little less if you know how already.
Hmm... now that I've actually surfed the site some Im perplexed. These guys dont seem to be so much a PC builder in the way of Alienware, but a PC BUILDING service who just puts your parts together. Very odd indeed, I've never seen anything like that before. I'd venture a guess that its an out-of-the-house bussiness, but to be honest the prices aren't too bad.