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Old 11-12-2004, 07:44 AM   #11 (permalink)
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i do it once a year - BOXING DAY SALES - screw christmas, the best part of the season is having a lil too much to drink @ dinner and then camping out all night @ compu-smart so that I can get the best deals! Its always worth the wait - and plus its kinda fun too

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As I was growing up...we went from a Pentium 1 133Mhz to a huge upgrade that took awhile to a 700Mhz Celeron....then my dad bought his own computer....2.0Ghz Pentuim 4 and just recently I have built mine.

<a href=\"\">Ultimate Gaming Performance</a>

<font color=\"BLUE\">Intel Pentium 4 <b>3.2Ghz</b> (1MB L2 Cache, 800Mhz FSB)
</font> <font color=\"RED\"><b>Hyper-Threading Technology</b></font><font color=\"BLUE\">
ECS Motherboard
256MB DDR RAM by Crosshair
nVidia GeForce2 MX/MX 400 (64MB)
Maxtor 120GB Ultra Series Hard Drive (7200RPM)
Maxtor 30GB Hard Drive (7200RPM)
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