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October 27, 2009 7:20:59 PM

Hi All,<br><br>
I am here to discuss the about either we should go for Custom Computer System Packages from a <a href="http://www.mdofpc.com">White Box Vendor</a>. The term “Custom Computer System Packages” is not new and we all face such situations where a branded computer system does not produce 100% satisfaction. Often, different components of the system perform less efficient as compare to a well balanced and well thought Custom Computer System. <br><br>
<b>Problems buying Branded computer systems:</b><br>

If we order a computer from a name vendor such as IBM or Del, we normally don't have a lot of control over what goes into the

computer, and often we won't even know whose components are placed.<br>


In fact, what we get may not be the part we ordered. We get to choose the CPU (although we may not have any non–Intel

choices), the type of memory (but not the vendor), possibly the hard drive and/or optical drive vendor (again, probably not

the vendor). And good luck getting any OS other than Windows XP preinstalled. Dell currently offers a Windows-less system

with FreeDOS; if we want Linux or something else, we have to add it ourselves.<br><br>

<b>Solution:</b><br>

Good <a href="http://www.mdofpc.com"> White Box Vendor</a> shops, by contrast, gives us many more component choices and lots

more information—often, a list of CPUs and motherboards; a range of sound and video cards; name-brand drives and memory; plus

options for fans and other cooling, power supply upgrades, case mods. It's also easier to get systems with multiple hard

drives and multiple optical drives. And you're more likely to be able to get the latest blazing-fast Asus motherboard,

Corsair memory, or high-capacity ATA/SATA hard drive (although national brands like AlienWare will probably have the hottest

stuff too).<br><br>
<b>Conclusion:</b><br>

It is always safe to go for a <a href="http://www.mdofpc.com">Custom Computer System Package</a> in order to achieve optimum

performance and higher satisfaction rate. <br><br>



<b>Recommendation:</b><br>

I recommend <a href="http://www.mdofpc.com">www.mdofpc.com&lt;/a> to buy Custom Computer System Packages as they provide

operating system choices of both linux and windows versions( windows xp, windows vista, windows 7)
October 27, 2009 7:33:49 PM

regismate said:
Hi All,<br><br>
I am here to discuss the about either we should go for Custom Computer System Packages from a <a href="http://www.mdofpc.com">White Box Vendor</a>. The term “Custom Computer System Packages” is not new and we all face such situations where a branded computer system does not produce 100% satisfaction. Often, different components of the system perform less efficient as compare to a well balanced and well thought Custom Computer System. <br><br>
<b>Problems buying Branded computer systems:</b><br>

If we order a computer from a name vendor such as IBM or Del, we normally don't have a lot of control over what goes into the

computer, and often we won't even know whose components are placed.<br>


In fact, what we get may not be the part we ordered. We get to choose the CPU (although we may not have any non–Intel

choices), the type of memory (but not the vendor), possibly the hard drive and/or optical drive vendor (again, probably not

the vendor). And good luck getting any OS other than Windows XP preinstalled. Dell currently offers a Windows-less system

with FreeDOS; if we want Linux or something else, we have to add it ourselves.<br><br>

<b>Solution:</b><br>

Good <a href="http://www.mdofpc.com"> White Box Vendor</a> shops, by contrast, gives us many more component choices and lots

more information—often, a list of CPUs and motherboards; a range of sound and video cards; name-brand drives and memory; plus

options for fans and other cooling, power supply upgrades, case mods. It's also easier to get systems with multiple hard

drives and multiple optical drives. And you're more likely to be able to get the latest blazing-fast Asus motherboard,

Corsair memory, or high-capacity ATA/SATA hard drive (although national brands like AlienWare will probably have the hottest

stuff too).<br><br>
<b>Conclusion:</b><br>

It is always safe to go for a <a href="http://www.mdofpc.com">Custom Computer System Package</a> in order to achieve optimum

performance and higher satisfaction rate. <br><br>



<b>Recommendation:</b><br>

I recommend <a href="http://www.mdofpc.com">www.mdofpc.com&lt;/a> to buy Custom Computer System Packages as they provide

operating system choices of both linux and windows versions( windows xp, windows vista, windows 7)


Yes of course...... :sleep:  :sleep:  :sleep: 
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October 27, 2009 7:35:19 PM

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