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Old 02-14-2006, 06:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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here i am, ordering the rest of the parts for my computer, and is see
ASUS A8N32-SLI Deluxe $229
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DFI LanParty UT nF4-D $119

what is up with the price difference?
my pocket says buy the DFI, but my conscience says WTH? why so cheap?
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Old 02-14-2006, 07:07 PM   #2 (permalink)
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just look at the options the pricy one. SLI, more connectors, support different kind of raid mode, build in features....
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they make a lan party sli tho get that one if oyu want dfi oo and i think oyu know already but dfi is better for ocing
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wooo! made my order.... $1400 ouch
MB DFI LP[UT]nF4 SLI-DR Exp NF4 939 - Retail (Qty=1, Price=$190.99)
CPU AMD 64 |4800+ ATHLON X2 939P RT - Retail (Qty=1, Price=$630.00)
MEM 1Gx2|D400 OCZ4002048ELDCPE-K R - Retail (Qty=1, Price=$224.49)
HD 150G|WD 10K 16M SATA WD1500ADFD - OEM (Qty=1, Price=$286.00)
KB SAITEK|ECLIPSE KEYBOARD PZ30AU - Retail (Qty=1, Price=$46.95)
MOUSE LOGITECH|G5 LASER USB RTL - Retail (Qty=1, Price=$51.89)
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I wouldn't of bought the 4800. You could of got a cheaper chip and overclocked it to that speed and saved $300 or so.
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i'm a newbie tho never OCed anything...if i get 100 mhz i'll be all WOOOO
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