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Old 04-07-2006, 09:46 PM   #11 (permalink)
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those are EXCELLENT jeremy, good job, may i suggest the thermaltake tsunami with the side window.......
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those are EXCELLENT jeremy, good job, may i suggest the thermaltake tsunami with the side window.......
You may, and just ordered it. Can't wait!
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those are EXCELLENT jeremy, good job, may i suggest the thermaltake tsunami with the side window.......
i know , its alredy with the side window
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i know , its alredy with the side window
One more question, that covers everything right? I dont need to buy heat sinks or fans, right?
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those alredy come with the processor & case , and the stock processor cooler is good enough unless your gonna overclock
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those alredy come with the processor & case , and the stock processor cooler is good enough unless your gonna overclock
Should I buy the extended warrainties through new egg?
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Old 04-08-2006, 03:04 PM   #17 (permalink)
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the manufacturers warranty is long , and good enough if you ask me
mobo - 3yrs
hd - 5yrs
ram - lifetime
processor - 3yrs
video card - lifetime
psu - 3yrs
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the manufacturers warranty is long , and good enough if you ask me
mobo - 3yrs
hd - 5yrs
ram - lifetime
processor - 3yrs
video card - lifetime
psu - 3yrs
Agreed. Now, here is another problem. The GF 7900 GT is out of stock everywhere I could find. From what I hear, it will be quite a while before they get more stock in. Could somone suggest another card? Hopefully that is the equvilant of, or almost as good?
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If i'm correct the x1800xt, actually performs better than the 7900gt in most cases, so if you want to buy now i suggest getting that.
512mb Version
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814102697
256mb Version
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814102007
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the 7900gt owns a x1800xt in most benchmarks
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