Buying prebult review if good deal

im tryin to get a custom built pc for gaming i want to play on a 24 or 27 inch hd tv on 1080 p and spend 1000 or under do either of these seem like a good deal? or would it be better to build my own

this is there craigslist ad



AMD Quad-Core Phenom II 965 Black Edition - OC'd @ 3.7ghz
2x XFX HD 5850 Overclocked Black Editions - clocks @ 775/1125mhz running in CROSSFIRE
750GB Samsung Hard Drive
750 Watt Antec Power Supply
DVD/CD Drive

Everything in this computer runs flawlessly, I have the latest Drivers installed and it all runs very cool, even with the overclocks.

In the Pics a comparison of STOCK (mine are factory overclocked) 5850's Crossfired VS. Nvidia's GTX 580 which runs $500
it's kind of hard to see but the 5850's run faster than the GTX 580


1) CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 965 Quad Core Black Edition (3.5Gh or you can overclock it to 3.8Ghz))

2) Motherboard: MSI 790FX-GD70 with 4 PCIE 2.0 Slots

3) 2x 500GB Hard Drive running at RAID0 (better performance)

2) Memory: Crucial Ballistix (with LEDs) 4GB

3)Video Card: XFX AMD HD 6870 1gb Newly Installed

4) CPU Cooler: Corsair H50 Waterblock

5) OS: Windows 7 Professional 64-bit

6) Case: Cooler Master HAF 922

7) PSU: 700W Modular

8) DVD Drive

9) NZXT Fan Controller

10) Fans Installed: 7 ( I have two extra fans if you want)
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  1. Neither

    both look to be dead end systems that cant be upgraded .

    Its easy to build your own computer from parts . If you can hold a screw driver you can do it .
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