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Old 05-04-2006, 08:50 AM   #11 (permalink)
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If the machine is NOT for gaming then why not look at some of mobile pentium machines or celerons.

You can get some very cheap units that will do the job just fine.

AMD 4200+ X2 OC 2.3Ghz
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Originally posted by Guff1988
My only problem with that is who is ABS never heard of them are they good and reliable. If they are i back this choice.
ABS is a good brand.

Dell should'nt be trusted with computer, IMO.

They are cheap, and thats what makes people like them. As far as quality, and warranty, i would go with a different brand. Toshiba for example...

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yeah, the other factor is qualty. Dell doesn't have enough of it.

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