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Old 06-24-2007, 01:33 AM   #11 (permalink)
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i can get one for $800....from dell...
lol...dell sucks.
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lol...dell sucks.
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thanks for reminding me, genious
i was acknowledging the fact that you knew dell sucks,

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Try comparing a 800 dollar dell to b1's build. That graphics card is probably too expensive for his budget. Maybe cut down to a 8600gts and it'll save you a lot of bucks.
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Try comparing a 800 dollar dell to b1's build. That graphics card is probably too expensive for his budget. Maybe cut down to a 8600gts and it'll save you a lot of bucks.
When I was linking this build, I was thinking of the 800 range, instead of just 800....but if he gets the X1950XT, I suggested before, the total will come to $764.43...and the x1950xt is a lot better than the 8600GTS.
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When I was linking this build, I was thinking of the 800 range, instead of just 800....but if he gets the X1950XT, I suggested before, the total will come to $764.43...and the x1950xt is a lot better than the 8600GTS.
x1950xt pwns the 8600gts, and when u push it to xtx speeds..... the gts gets destroyed.....
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