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Old 05-11-2007, 02:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Of course building a comp is awesome, get to do it however you want and cheaper but Mother's day deals coming up and i just wanna see if their worth it:
worth it?

me i just play old games like BF 1942, warcraft 3 etc. i saw that even BF2 can work on an ATI x1300 (Equivalent to the 7300) on decent settings so the 7500LE Should be enough right?

Or should i wait it out and get DX10 comp later when their cheaper? Remember its CAD and even when you convert it, canadian products are still around 10-20% more expensive.
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