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HDD dead? Need new computer

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June 28, 2010 1:12:10 PM

The hdd from my old computer that is 5 years old has finally died. Everytime I try to start the computer the hdd makes a kind of clicking sound. I've searched this and it usually means that the hdd is dead, so I'm hopefully correct. Now I've been looking for a new system. Something no more than $700, two systems caught my eye. First: HP pavilion p6520f, Amd anthlon 2 635 quad core at 2.9ghz, 6gb ram, 1tb hdd, and other bells and whistles all for $529. The system seems a little bit too good for that price.  P4119" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">
Second choose: Asus essentio, intel core i5 at 3.2ghz, 8gb ram, 1tb hdd, and other few nice features, all for $679.

I will be putting a nvidia 9600gt video card in the system that I purchase. I will be using the systems for just light gaming mostly.
Any advice would be much appreciated. Thank you.

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June 29, 2010 8:48:24 PM

If you plan on doing some light gaming for the most part, I'd recommend going with the Asus. I think that you'll find the i5 a bit better in regard to gaming. Plus, you're getting more RAM and in general, more reliability.