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Old 09-05-2006, 01:37 PM   #1
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Default PC rig?

My dad is funding me to build a PC to sell and get my business really started. I want 1,120 for this build comes XP Pro SP2 (Legit bought off newegg)
Avast
Ad-ware
Search & Destory
Extra options are
Utorrent
MIRC
AIM
MSN
YIM
Zonealarm and anything else that is freeware or you give to me to install.

Here are the stats
Core 2 Duo CPU E6400 (2.13 GHz)
ASUS MOBO SLI capable
7600 GT 256 MB (Could go 2 for like 130 more)
Dual Layer DVD burner
250 GIG HD
460 watt PSU, also SLI capable(With PFC protection AKA your PC isn't frying when it gets a power surge)
2 GIG of ram
And a Centrio 5 case

So to sum it up the package in default mode costs 1,120 specs are above it comes with
XP Pro SP2 (Legit bought off newegg)
Avast
Search & Destory
Ad-ware
Nero

Each additonal software will cost 2 dollars to install if its on this list
Utorrent
AIM
MSN
Zonealarm
Utorrent
MIRC
Open office
Any extra software not on this list besides windows office will cost $5.00 plus w/e it costs to buy if you don't give it to me.

Would you buy a system like this?

This will play every single game out today at high settings.
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Old 09-05-2006, 01:54 PM   #2
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I'm a bit confused. Why did you say you have to pay some money to have that software installed? Nearly all of them are free to download. It looks like a good build, but I'd recommend the Gigabyte G3. I hear the nVidia chipsets are really bad with the new Intel Core 2 Duos. Stick with the Intel chipset.
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Erm thanks for the advice, and the reason i'd charge extra for extra software is cause it takes my time and heh I might just toss out tha tfee, in fact consider that fee trashed. Let me check the mobo real fast.

The current mobo http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131032

Possible candidates other then the nforce chipset include
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813135022

And for the price range in which I gotta build the PC thats the only other option.
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