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Is this rig worth $50

#1TidusFan77Posted 9/19/2013 5:03:39 AM
http://imageshack.us/scaled/landing/856/z28e.jpg

Saw it on sale on a forum. I know it's missing a dedicated graphic card. What card do you guys recommend? Anything I should change about?
#2TwinqePosted 9/19/2013 5:05:32 AM
What PSU is in it? Without that information it's hard to recommend a card. You'd probably be safe with a 7770 or maybe 7850 in that rig, assuming a decent PSU, though.

I'd say it's definitely worth $50.
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#3UnyieldingBRPosted 9/19/2013 5:11:07 AM
processor alone is worth $120...
#4ShadowGomamonPosted 9/19/2013 5:13:16 AM
SSD also, even if low spec, is close to that $50, if not more. It's a bargain.
#5chris121691Posted 9/19/2013 5:17:06 AM
Buy it and sell it for more
#6TidusFan77(Topic Creator)Posted 9/19/2013 5:17:57 AM
The guy says its a ac220v
#7SlaynPosted 9/19/2013 6:14:15 AM
TidusFan77 posted...
The guy says its a ac220v


Won't work in America, we are 110V.

Sorry.
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#8Fade2black001Posted 9/19/2013 6:18:14 AM
Slayn posted...
TidusFan77 posted...
The guy says its a ac220v


Won't work in America, we are 110V.

Sorry.


You can buy convertors....
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#9MasterDonGeroPosted 9/19/2013 6:43:44 AM
It's worth way more than $50. Buy that thing.
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#10ihumpmypillow89Posted 9/19/2013 7:43:49 AM(edited)
Fade2black001 posted...
You can buy convertors....


Not only that but a lot of PSUs either have a switch on the back to switch between 110 and 220, plus some of the more expensive ones (Seasonic) just automatically switch when plugged in. But with that being said you really should find out the model number of the PSU to find out if it will work, but even if you have to buy a new PSU it's worth the money.
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