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Old 01-21-2008, 11:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all,

Have a problem in that I am lookingto buy a pc, about 600. Have seen 2 on site and can't decide. The cheaper has 2gb less ram, a radeon graphics card, but does have a 22 inch monitor. The more expensive by 50 ( not much) has 4gb of ram, a nvidia card but only a 19inch monitor. Not sure whether or not to go for bigger monitor, but less ram. Also have heard that E6750 processor will only pretty much access 2gb of ram anyway, so getting 4 may be a waste.

Please can someone advise, i am going crazy. On site pc's are called wolf and zeta,


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