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Old 11-05-2012, 04:29 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by jmacavali

I found it on newegg for $4000 (assuming I'm looking at the right computer). If you figure 600 - that's about $1000 (assuming my math is right). That's 4 years of "new computers". I don't think in 4 years, your "i7 equivalent" will be out-performing it by 'that' much.

Although to be fair technology jumps exponentially but a few simple upgrades and I'd think they'd still be fairly even....at least I'd hope if I spent $4K on a pc.
I was referring to the super nuke sim machine

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