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AVADirect Adds Sandy Bridge Laptops, Desktops

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January 20, 2011 11:12:06 PM

According to their site, the $1300 desktop does NOT come with that flashy red case. It comes with an Antec 300. Not a whole lotta bang for your buck seeing as how for that price it also only comes with 2GB of RAM and a GTS 450. Meh.
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January 21, 2011 5:02:01 AM

Anyone ever had experience with this company before? I want to buy gaming PC, but was discouraged with bad review from other forums. Some customers had unstable PCs from this company and turned out that the company used secondary products aka refurbished. Their review from resellersrating.com is absolutely flawless, which actually caused a red flag in my mind. Anyone can suggest good gaming PC for me? Cyberpower? Dell? My budget is $2,500 (max).
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January 21, 2011 10:29:50 AM

squads75Anyone ever had experience with this company before? I want to buy gaming PC, but was discouraged with bad review from other forums. Some customers had unstable PCs from this company and turned out that the company used secondary products aka refurbished. Their review from resellersrating.com is absolutely flawless, which actually caused a red flag in my mind. Anyone can suggest good gaming PC for me? Cyberpower? Dell? My budget is $2,500 (max).


For $2500, you should build your own PC. You could do SOOO much with that money, even with the new Intel stuff. For gaming, I would either stick with the last gen equipment (better motherboards currently IMO) or wait until the higher end motherboards come out to jump to Sandy Bridge.
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January 21, 2011 12:51:30 PM

I'm not sure if this is as much news as it is advertisement.
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