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User Info: albinojako

albinojako
4 years ago#21
500,

i5 Processor, Windows 7, 4 GB Ram, 15.6 inch glossy screen, Nvidia Geforce GT 320m 1GB.

For 500 bucks I'm happy with it :)
Not Changing this until there is a barrel roll move in Pokemon. Started 25/9/2010
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User Info: I_Am_On_Fire

I_Am_On_Fire
4 years ago#22
$570 two years ago. Specs in sig.
HP Pavilion dv6-2182nr | 6 GB DDR2 800 | 500 GB HDD | Windows 7x64 | ATi Radeon HD 4650 1 GB | AMD Turion II Ultra M620 @ 2.5 GHz

User Info: nis300zx32

nis300zx32
4 years ago#23
i wanted a small laptop so i got the Sager NP6110 = $819.00, nVidia GT 650M,
i5-2450M, 2.5-3.1GHz

also have an asus g73 that laptop is very big
Sager NP6110

User Info: runrom

runrom
4 years ago#24
The MBP in my sig is a hand me down: free.
My current desktop in my sig: around $450 or so
MBP 2009 | AMD PII 720 x3 + 4870 | HP Touchpad 32gb CM9 0.6 | MyTouch4g CM7
Games I play: TF2, Company of Heroes, Killing Floor

User Info: MaestroSSX

MaestroSSX
4 years ago#25
sony vaio yb series
amd e450 @ 1.65ghz rated at 2.4ghz
amd 6320 integrated graphics
4 gigs of ram
11.6inch glossy screen hooked to a larger monitor

~500 with an external dvd r/w


It can max out medieval II with no mods.
SSX
Silent Sword Cross

User Info: SkittyOnWailord

SkittyOnWailord
4 years ago#26
Here's mine.

Desktop (2 years old):

Case: CM HAF932 AMD Edition
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate
CPU: i7 960
Mobo: Asus P6T
GPU: GTX 480
RAM: Corsair 6GB 1600 DDR3
Blu-Ray R/W drive
SSD:Intel 80GB
HDD: WD 300GB VelociRaptor
PSU: CoolerMaster 1000w Gold

Total: $2900 before tax. And people said building your own PC from parts from Frys, Micro Center and Newegg was cheap. :p

Laptop: (3 months old)

Alienware M17X (because they had a 25% off sale)
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium
CPU: i72860QM
GPU: GTX 560M
RAM: 8GB
500GB hybrid SSD
Blu-Ray drive

Total: IIRC it was $1700 before tax. Yes I wanted to pay a couple hundred more for the same build with pretty lights.
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User Info: elite5472

elite5472
4 years ago#27
My 4 year old Q6600, Gigabyte EP45 DS3L and 8800GT did cost me $800 at the time, but I think I've spent roughly $1300 if I include ram, HDD and PSU upgrades.

My current laptop is a late 2011, baseline 15" Macbook Pro with a 128gb SSD and 8gb of ram. Worth about $2200 with taxes.

My next rig is going to be fairly expensive, though I'm still saving up for that.
El Psy Congroo

User Info: superdarkshadow

superdarkshadow
4 years ago#28
Desktop:
ASUS P8Z68 Deluxe Mobo
MSI GTX 570 Twin Frozr
Intel Core i5 2500K
CM Hyper 212+ CPU Cooler
2x4GB Kinston RAM
Corsair TX950W PSU
1 TB Samsung F3 7200RPM HDD
2 TB Samsung F4 5400RPM HDD
Crucial M4 128GB SSD
CM690 II Advanced Case

~1300 Euros

Notebook:
Intel Core i3 2330M
AMD Radeon 6470M

~400 Euros

Monitors:
2x Dell Ultrasharp U2312HM

~350 Euros

Accesoires:
~300 Euros

And I'll replace my GTX 570 with a ASUS GTX 670 DC2T and add a Dell U2711 next month. And I also have a smartphone and a tablet.

I spend way too much money on this stuff...
Corsair TX950W |ASUS P8Z68 Deluxe |Intel Core i5 2500K | CM Hyper 212+ |MSI N570GTX Twin Frozr III |Crucial M4 128GB |Samsung Spinpoint F3 |CM 690 II Advanced

User Info: davidd

davidd
4 years ago#29
2010 MacBook Pro w/ 2.4GHz C2D, 4GB RAM, 250GB hard drive, 320M graphics, 13" screen, lightweight, great battery life, etc. $1120

I upgraded the RAM to 8GB ($80 from Newegg iirc) and replaced the hard drive with a 128GB SSD that I already owned (had paid like $240 for it the prior year iirc).

edit: Oh, I also have a 24" Dell 2408WFP monitor I bought ages ago for like $500. I use that with the above sometimes, though it's mainly used for my Xbox 360. I don't have nor want a desktop computer.
-davidd

User Info: r0ge00

r0ge00
4 years ago#30
I don't play anything remotely demanding, and if I do, it's on a lower resolution, 1440x900 or 1366x768.

i3-2120
GTX 460 v2
8GB RAM
1TB HDD

About $550 after rebates.

A6-3400M
6650M
8GB RAM
500GB HDD
128GB M4 SSD

$580 including SSD, RAM and drive caddy for HDD.

Unless something drastically changes, I don't see myself upgrading for another 3+ years.
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