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February 13, 2011 2:45:35 PM

Hi guys i'm planing to buy a new computer because i have had sooo much problem with my dell 8400 that i only used in 3 days before the motherboard died. And since its hard to find the motherboard for just the dell 8400 im going to buy a new computer.

I was thinking to buy this computer: Asus V7-P5G41E


The thing is that im not really good at to know whats good or bad about computer ( i mean the specifikations)

So can you guys help me out and see how much GHZ it has, Ram and how much gb harddrive it has, and the graphic card?

Oh one more thing is it good or bad computer? i mean can it run games like hl2? and if i buy it can i change the graphic card to a Ati Radeon HD 4550? does it have enough psu watt to handle the card?

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February 13, 2011 4:06:36 PM

Obviously you're on a budget which is fine.
Personally i wouldn't buy a 775 platform it's fast becoming a dead socket in 2011.
You would be better served finding an i3 1156 pc.
Parts are readily available and cheap.
They run cooler use less power.
And have features like sata3/usb3.
February 13, 2011 4:32:26 PM

im way satisfacted with ur choice cos ASUS is the best company that chooses the best of quality and VALUE so i would just go for it
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February 13, 2011 4:38:03 PM

davcon said:
Obviously you're on a budget which is fine.
Personally i wouldn't buy a 775 platform it's fast becoming a dead socket in 2011.
You would be better served finding an i3 1156 pc.
Parts are readily available and cheap.
They run cooler use less power.
And have features like sata3/usb3.


But if i buy the computer do i have to buy parts to it? because its a barebone pc. And what parts?
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February 13, 2011 5:00:11 PM

I don't know where you're from but Asus doesn't even sell these Essentio pc's in Canada which is fine.
And no you don't have to buy extra parts.
I was just suggesting a modern platform
775(2004)
1156(2009)
I just think the 775 is a little long in the tooth that's all.
I looked at your Asus site and noticed they make 1156 and AMD3+ pc's.
Either one would be better imo.
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