Hey, I've posted before about rigs, and I know the main answers like Its better to just build it yourself,etc. Well, i saw this on Tigerdirect.ca, and it caught my eye, Don't worry about the price, I can afford it. I know its probably cheaper to do it all seperately but meh, Im lazy like that.
What do you mean, what brand? They're both gateways, you mean MBoard etc?.. Well yeah, DX11 games and etc should run fine on it, SC2, Fallout LV, and whatever other games, crysis 2, theyre both able to be ran?
How are refurbished products btw? have any experience with them?
Is the refurbish Gateway better than the 1500$ one?
Refurbished products could possibly be the products which are returned by the customer within the 90 day period Returns Policy of the company which sold the product, without any defect with the product. Studies show that 83% of "refurbished items" are, in fact, not broken or damaged in any way. Refurbished products are generally bench tested and certified by the authorized service centers of the company and then re-packaged, labeled as a Refurbished Product.
mm, idk, after thinking about it i think i am leaning more towards the 1550 one ( which is actually 1900 after tax and environm. etc,) the refurbished product works for a while yes, but the chances of it breaking down again are pretty high isnt it, they are buisness men after all, they wouldnt repackage a product for that low of a price (pretty low from what i see) and ship it out.
Yes i builded the refurbished system on Newegg and it actualy comes around 1400$ so something must be wrong with it since they putted it so cheap.Yes if you ask for my opinion on those 2 the 1900$ sounds better now.Nevertheless i'd still say you can get a sweeter deal from a local dealer or just putting it together yourself.
It looks pretty good, the GPu is a bit mediocre but can play all end-games at decent resolution. http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/xfx5750/
Cons: the price you can build that system for less then 800$ with quality parts so you decide what you want.
+ there is a forum specifically for this kind of madness, the prebuilt forum...