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Old 08-02-2010, 03:48 PM   #1
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Hi, I have to buy a pc rather than build one for my next purchase (building pcs isn't covered by my work)

I should really spend less than 1000. I want one of the new Intel Cores, 4GB DDR3 minimum, 1TB and a decent graphics card (better than my ASUS 8800GT 512mb so I can swap it out and stick it in another pc eheheheeh).

What do you think of:

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/200544

I'm not sure about the graphics card though - is it a proper good 5750 (not some cheapo card with the chipset)? There is no specs as to and the pictures shows the graphics card with one HDMI and one VGA port :S.

As I say I have to buy a built pc - I cannot build it myself for my work. Normally work buys from dell but I think any decent online retailer will be allowed (ie ebuyer).

I also need to be able to run 2 monitors!

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2: 3.2Ghz Phenom 9550 Black ed 4GB-DDR3, ASUS skt AM3, HD 4850 512MB
3: Core i7 3.2GHz, 6GB DDR3, 512MB EN8800GT, 1TB Internal
4: Athlon 4000+ skt 939 6600GT 3GB
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Old 08-04-2010, 04:02 PM   #2
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1: Q6700 @ stock 3GHz 775 6GB-DDR800 ASROCK penryn 1600SLI, 1GB ATI RAEDON 5770 ~ 3TB internal;
2: 3.2Ghz Phenom 9550 Black ed 4GB-DDR3, ASUS skt AM3, HD 4850 512MB
3: Core i7 3.2GHz, 6GB DDR3, 512MB EN8800GT, 1TB Internal
4: Athlon 4000+ skt 939 6600GT 3GB
5: P4 3.4GHz, 3GB-DDR, ASUS skt 775, ATI RAEDON 9550
+ all my other lovely comp parts :)
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Old 08-06-2010, 04:45 PM   #3
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1: Q6700 @ stock 3GHz 775 6GB-DDR800 ASROCK penryn 1600SLI, 1GB ATI RAEDON 5770 ~ 3TB internal;
2: 3.2Ghz Phenom 9550 Black ed 4GB-DDR3, ASUS skt AM3, HD 4850 512MB
3: Core i7 3.2GHz, 6GB DDR3, 512MB EN8800GT, 1TB Internal
4: Athlon 4000+ skt 939 6600GT 3GB
5: P4 3.4GHz, 3GB-DDR, ASUS skt 775, ATI RAEDON 9550
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Yeah that will probably do what you need it to do and run two monitors
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Old 08-07-2010, 03:38 PM   #5
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What about the graphics card? Any idea if it's better than my ASUS En8800GT 512mb?

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2: 3.2Ghz Phenom 9550 Black ed 4GB-DDR3, ASUS skt AM3, HD 4850 512MB
3: Core i7 3.2GHz, 6GB DDR3, 512MB EN8800GT, 1TB Internal
4: Athlon 4000+ skt 939 6600GT 3GB
5: P4 3.4GHz, 3GB-DDR, ASUS skt 775, ATI RAEDON 9550
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