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Old 08-26-2006, 07:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ok so yeah im in the market....again. This time i need a desktop and i found this one from newegg.com. It sounds like a deal for the price and is very suitable for my needs. What do you think? I also want to know about the warranty service, has anyone delt with newegg before? they say that warranty is provided by the company, which would be acer. How do i know what warranty i get? it doesnt make sense to me. Anyway i look forward to reading your responses here is a link to the computer. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16883103004

edit: also if you have another reccomendation that is very welcome, please provide me with a link. Im looking for the best quality for the price. I dont want to pay more than 600. even a good one for 500 would be nice
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it seems like a decent deal, but I cannot tell if it comes with a PCIE slot of not. having no AGP/PCIE slot tells me you would be stuck with integrated video until you bought a new system... no upgrade possible , unless I missed somwthing....
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ah, good point. i'll have to take that into consideration
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also i have heard many bad things about acer
there is no way i would recommend it to you
u should build your own
acers have so many problems and then there support group is useless (atleast in australia)
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