Opinions on this computer

Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Wilddog, Aug 23, 2007.

  1. Wilddog

    Wilddog OT Supporter

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    Im no expert with computers, but Ive had my 2.4ghz cpu for over 4 years now and its age is starting to show as of late. I've been looking at this system and was wondering if it seemed decent for the price? Im no hardcore gamer but I enjoy a game on the odd occasion. I also do some of my engineering work at home, ie, autocad and solidworks. What does OT think?

    http://www.canadacomputers.com/index.php?do=ShowProduct&cmd=pd&pid=013656&cid=170.45
     
  2. Wilddog

    Wilddog OT Supporter

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    nobody?
     
  3. Kewlb

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    price is kinda high for what you get. You can do the same thing on newegg for around $400 or so.
     
  4. JaJae

    JaJae New Member

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    No you can't.
     
  5. hungraa

    hungraa New Member

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    orly?

    make a wishlist let me see
     
  6. JaJae

    JaJae New Member

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    AMD 4600+ = $100
    8600GT = $100
    2GB DDR667 = $80
    500GB SATAII = $100
    570 Ultra MB = $100
    DVD Burner = $30

    This doesn't include the case and whatever else it has. Pricing is rounded to $5 using the cheapest pricing on newegg.
     

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