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*The.Doctor

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#11 15 years ago

Don't matter if they use cheap RAM, you can't do anything with it anyways....

:lol: good one agent!




Agell

Agell prefers Nvidia.

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#12 15 years ago

alrighty then... From newegg

ASUS A8N SLI Deluxe AMD 64 3700+ 2GB Corsair XMS Nvidia 7800GT 256mb Windows XP home w/ SP2 Maxtor 160GB HD Sound Blaster X-fi

....500 dollars cheaper than on dell.

You guys are the best.




Dragokatzov

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#13 15 years ago

I have a Dell... the only reason why i have one is i get a discount through my workplace. i am not planning on buying one ever again I would avoid a Dell. But if you absolutly must buy one, might i suggest a 6xx series vs the 8xx dual core, other wise, awsome specs




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#14 15 years ago

Agellalrighty then... From newegg

ASUS A8N SLI Deluxe AMD 64 3700+ 2GB Corsair XMS Nvidia 7800GT 256mb Windows XP home w/ SP2 Maxtor 160GB HD Sound Blaster X-fi [/quote]

Very nice, tho if you have the money pocket yourself a GTX... more futureproof.

Agell ....500 dollars cheaper than on dell.

And 500 times better :naughty:

[quote=Agell] You guys are the best.

We know :lol:




Agentlaidlaw

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#15 15 years ago

Don't get a GTX. It will only last to 2007. After that it will become updated. Not worth waisting $500 for something thats gonna be out dated after a year. A 7800GT will do you good. Any ways nothing is coming out that will need all the power of a GTX. A 6800 Ultra would do good. a GTX is just for bragging rights... Omg I spent $500 on something I'm never gonna use!




*The.Doctor

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#16 15 years ago
DragokatzovI have a Dell... the only reason why i have one is i get a discount through my workplace. i am not planning on buying one ever again I would avoid a Dell. But if you absolutly must buy one, might i suggest a 6xx series vs the 8xx dual core, other wise, awsome specs

Only reason i have a Dell now, is because three years ago i got one, it quit a few weeks ago, and they gave me a Dimension 8400 thats better than my old system for free as a replacement.

I have the 630 P4 now, and it does seem faster than my old 2.8C northwood was.




DnC

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#17 15 years ago
Agell ASUS A8N SLI Deluxe AMD 64 3700+ 2GB Corsair XMS Nvidia 7800GT 256mb Windows XP home w/ SP2 Maxtor 160GB HD Sound Blaster X-fi

Very good specs. And at the rate computer technologies are developing at the moment that PC should be future proof for about.....5 minutes.




gnspr9

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#18 15 years ago

JakkcWhat do i think... well its a Dell, that pretty much sums it up.

Never Buy A Dell!

LOL, you could buld something better than that Dell set up for about Ā£700 cheaper... build your own it is no where near as expensive

DELL?!? I own two dells, my desktop, and laptop, and have never had a problem with either!




Hmmmdonut

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#19 15 years ago

Eww...I gets my thumbsdown only because it is an XPS. XPS = Crap = Overpriced Crap.

You want a dell? Search Dell's outlet store. http://outlet.us.dell.com/ARBOnlineSales/topics/global.aspx/arb/online/en/InventorySearch?c=us&cs=22&l=en&s=dfh&lob=DIM&MODEL_DESC=Dimension%205150/E510




nowhereman

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#20 15 years ago

You could build a much better PC for hundreds less, building a PC gives you way more options. AMD is better for gaming but Intel will work, if you are going to buy your PC look at www.alienware.com they make ok computers but the best thing will be to custom build one.

if you decide to build one look at.

www.newegg.com




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