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User Info: king_madden

king_madden
3 years ago#21
nonexistinghero posted...
...how can you get a PC with an i7 2600 CPU and a 1 TB HDD for $200? Even if it's an older model i7, the CPU alone should be over $200 and the 1 TB HDD should be $60 or so.


Lol I don't know, I've checked it out, and everything seems to work fine on it, and he actually isn't even the only person selling this pc at around this price. A local business has the same pc for $300.

He might just be trying to undercut them to make sure it sells.

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king_madden
3 years ago#22
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User Info: Lonestar2000

Lonestar2000
3 years ago#23
DarkZV2Beta posted...
king_madden posted...
Ok now I'm really torn, the 2600 is better by far, but will require psu, memory, and is in a mini tower that my card won't fit in so will need another one of those.

But the 920 is much weaker, but is in the better case, no ram needed, and my card fits lol.


You could replace the case. That's only an extra $50 or so.
4850 is pretty dated anyway.

That is assuming the Dell is not using a proprietary motherboard.
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