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This is a solid deal for $525, is it not?

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User Info: Lucavi000

Lucavi000
3 years ago#11
Yeah, the GPU will run most games well. The only issue (and its not really an issue) is that the 5870s use a lot of power and run a bit on the hot side but as you dont plan to really stress the card then it really isn't a major issue.

User Info: wildog2006

wildog2006
3 years ago#12
Why would you sell the SSD's? Try them with windows installed on it and I bet you'll change your mind.
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User Info: GoIrish80

GoIrish80
3 years ago#13
I have a laptop with an SSD, I know they're good and provide a benefit but I'm just not ready to move up to one yet until I can get one that's in the 750gb range for a sub $200 price.

I know that will probably be a little while, and I'm ok with that. They're nice, I guess I'm just not willing to put my $ into them yet.
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User Info: Boge

Boge
3 years ago#14
I think it's a good deal...rather a fair deal seeing as how it's used and all.
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