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Will this system worth $1100 usd ?

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January 13, 2009 6:35:44 AM

I'm thinking to buy this system, can anyone advise me this system worth the price ?

CPU : Intel Pentium Dual Core 2Ghz (64-bit Dual Core @3.5Ghz)
Heat Sink : Arctic Cooling Freezer PRO 7 (6 Copper Heat Pipe Design)
Motherboard : Asus P5N-D nFornce 750i SLI (1600 FSB, Dual 16x PCIe 2.0 Slots)
Memory : Supertalent 2x2GB DDR2 800 (Total 4GB)
HDD : Seagate 500GB 7200 RPM (SATA2)
Video Card 1 : XFX GeForce 9800GT 512MB (Copper Heat Sink, DX10, PhysX, 1GB Total SLI Video Ram)
Video Card 2 : XFX GeForce 9800GT 512MB (Copper Heat Sink, DX10, PhysX, 1GB Total SLI Video Ram)
Case : Silverstone SST-PS01B-W Black (Side Window with Blue LED Fan)
Power Supply : Raidmax 520W Dual Rail (Stable Power for SLI)
DVD-RW : LG 20X Dual Layer DVD Writer (SATA)
Monitor : ASUS VW223T Black 22" Widescreen 1680x1050 High Contrast DVI (Perfect for Gaming)
Keyboard : Logitech Media Keyboard 600 USB (Wired for Games)
Mouse Logitech MX-518 1800DPI Gaming Optical Mouse (Wired for Games)

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January 13, 2009 4:10:46 PM

Brand new it would come out to around $1100. If it's used (given the over-clock, I'm guessing used), cut the price by about 40-50%.

Just my opinion.

-Wolf sends
January 13, 2009 6:48:17 PM

I would be a bit worried about this PC. It has a lot of low grade parts in it. PSU, Ram isn't the best, graphics card are older cards, CPU is only a 2ghz stock, Motherboard is nforce chipset..

like wolf said if this thing is used at all i'd say $500-$600. If brand new I'd consider getting a warrenty with the power supply, or getting an upgrade for it.

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January 13, 2009 7:00:45 PM

no its not, for $1100 you could build an i7!
January 13, 2009 7:02:11 PM

Thanks guys. I'm thinking to get it and the guy claims it was built for DX10 lastest games. There is a system also I would consider to buy it off, it is cheaper $100 usd:

*cpu intel core2 quad q8200 2.33 x4 core

*motherboard asus intel g31 chipset motherboard with gb lan hd audio sound card

* ram 4gb ddr2 800 run as dual channal

*hdd sata2 32m cache 1000gb hdd
(3plate design more fast more silent)

* video card geforce 9800gt with 512 m video ram

*20x dvdwriter with lightscribe function

* monitor samsung 22 incl lcd monitor
January 13, 2009 7:06:00 PM

That is not worth $1000 either...Ever think about just buidling your own pc?
January 13, 2009 7:22:18 PM

I would try to build it but a bit of nerve when it comes to technical skills which I don't want to break the system myself. I have never tried before. However, Would you advise me the custom build system at $1000 usd budget ?
January 14, 2009 1:27:06 AM

The parts you listed would come to around $750. Additional components (case, power supply, keyboard, mouse, Licensed Windows OS) can all be added for around $250. Again, if this is a new system, seems about right (provided all the additional components I listed are included). If it's used, no more than $500.

-Wolf sends