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Offline Tara♫

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new computer
« on: April 12, 2008, 06:01:03 PM »
ok well i admit i know nothing about computers so i was hoping someone would help me out... what do you think of this computer here and what upgrades would you get??

http://www.crowncomputers.com.au/prices/platsysvga.pdf
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Re: new computer
« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2008, 07:46:54 PM »
1700 is probably too much for that setup...

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I think that this setup would suit your needs     This is crowncustoms (where i buy my parts from)

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For a NON-gaming pc    Just maya and photoshop/adobe products
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Graphics card:   NVIDIA 8500GT – 512MB    : $99                                                                                     
CPU:   INTEL CORE 2 DUO E4500 – 2 X 2.2 GHz – 2MB – 800FSB  $170
Motherboard: some base level gigabite  - $120
250 gig main operating system raid edition hd - 130    <-- they would probably have to order them in    very reliable for operating system
500 gig hd  32mb -main storage drive  -  $160
powersupply: COOLERMASTER 460W EXTREME POWER - $80
ram: 2GB 800MHz - $110     
Sound card: CREATIVE AUDIGY OEM  -  $50     
some $90 case

Around $1000

maybe 100 for vista...   id rather xp but yeh

maybe they will charge 50 to put the custom pc together

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But on the other hand     if u buy the $1700 computer    and it breakes   then u can just take it back and they would know how to fix it...

But if u need renders to do, u can take it to uni and use the Uber awsome pc's :D

thats my 2cents
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