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November 29, 2003 12:44:20 AM

I am going to buy a new computer. I have 1200 dollars to spend on a computer or on a midget whore bitch. Include in this cost I would like to get an LCD moniter 15-17 inch. I also would like a dvd recorder +/- and dvd drive. I would perfer an intel build but am not completely opposed to an amd build.
This computer will mainly be used for writing papers, web surfing, digital movies and pictures, and some mild gaming.

On the other hand the midget whore bitch would be used for a month or two but I am pretty sure she would be out dated and a little loose after a few days of crazy midget sex. I am hoping my computer lasts a couple of years.

Thanks in advance.

(ps. if you know a midget whore bitch please private msg me)

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November 29, 2003 1:03:09 AM

My recommendations:

Athlon XP 2700+
ABIT NF7-S v2.0
2 x 256 MB = 512 MB Kingston HyperX PC3200 CL2.0
Sapphire Radeon 9600 PRO 128 MB
120 GB Maxtor Diamond Max 9 Plus HDD
Plextor PX-708A DVD±R/±RW
LiteOn 16x DVD-ROM

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November 29, 2003 3:16:46 AM

bump

Nothing beats a naked midget
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November 29, 2003 3:33:42 AM

i would go with the optorite dd0203 or the new dd0401. they are dual format burners and give you the hd-burn ability.

Supporting AMD with your breakable stuff.
November 30, 2003 12:19:44 AM

AXP 2700+ is not that slower than P4 2.6C GHz. Moreover, it's enough for it's need (word processing, dvd playback, gaming). 1/2 years later, both will be backdated. But a 8x dual format DVD recorder and a nice LCD will have some value after 1/2 year

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November 30, 2003 12:58:57 AM

Right. I would say get a 2600+ Barton though.
You won't really notice the difference. It's cheaper also. And if you overclock it will be faster.
November 30, 2003 5:32:10 AM

I can see what you're saying. Problem is I didn't explain myself correctly. Then this is my question:

If I'm OCing an xp2500 to 200 fsb and nothing more, what would be the difference between using hyperx 3500 and buffalo 3200 with winbond chips? Also, you think value kingston pc3200 would be as good as the buffalo I mentioned with the NF7-s?
Thanks
November 30, 2003 5:46:18 AM

Do you know if it's a fact the 2500 are locked now?
From what I see in newegg it looks like they are. Now, if I check the retail 2500, nobody complains about locked chips, I'm guessing it's because people who buy retail don't try to oc, but it's something to consider...
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