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#1 Markov

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Posted 19 August 2009 - 07:44 PM

Hi, i priced out the following Dell Opti:

224-3649 1 OptiPlex 360 Desktop Base Up to 88 Percent Efficient Power Supply
317-0138 1 OPTI 360, DUAL CORE E5300/2.6GHZ,2M,800
468-3122 1 2.0GB,Non-ECC,800MHz DDR2 1x2GB,OptiPlex
330-1987 1 Dell USB Keyboard,No Hot Keys English,Black,Optiplex
320-3704 1 No Monitor Selected, OptiPlex
320-7516 1 256MB ATI RADEON HD 2400 Pro Graphics w/DVI and TV Out, LP OptiPlex 360
341-8008 1 320GB SATA 3.0Gb/s and 8MB Data Burst Cache,Dell OptiPlex
341-3838 1 No Floppy Drive with Optical Filler Panel,Dell OptiPlex 320and 330 Desktop
468-1753 1 Windows XP PRO SP3 with Windows Vista Business LicenseEnglish,Dell Optiplex
310-9162 1 Vista Basic Downgrade Relationship Desktop
468-3559 1 Dell Data Back-up and RecoveryManager for WinXP, English Latitude, Precision, OptiPlex,Vostro
330-2733 1 Dell USB 2 Button Optical Mouse with Scroll,Black OptiPlex
313-6743 1 16X DVD-ROM SATA,Data Only Dell OptiPlex 360, Black
330-2080 1 Opti 360 Heat Sink, Desktop
313-4825 1 No Speaker, OptiPlex
330-2951 1 OptiPlex 360 Desktop Up to 88 Percent Efficient Power Supply
330-1710 1 Documentation,English,Dell OptiPlex
330-1711 1 Power Cord,125V,2M,C13,Dell OptiPlex
467-3564 1 No Dell Energy Smart Power Management Settings,OptiPlex
330-3686 1 Resource DVD contains Diagnostics and Drivers for Dell OptiPlex
421-0111 1 Norton Internet Security 2009 30 Day Trial, Dell Optiplex Precision and Latitude
330-1187 1 Shipping Material for System Neo Desktop,Dell OptiPlex Desktop
990-7792 1 Basic Support: Next Business Day Parts and Labor Onsite Response 2 Year Extended
990-9830 1 Basic Support: Next Business Day Parts and Labor Onsite Response Initial Year
992-1848 1 Dell Hardware Limited Warranty Plus Onsite Service Extended Year(s)
992-1847 1 Dell Hardware Limited Warranty Plus Onsite Service Initial Year
900-9987 1 Standard On-Site Installation Declined
468-3168 1 Visit www.dell.com /windows7upgrade for Windows 7upgrade eligibility, RLOB
464-8849 1 Special Offer - $30 off
310-8977 1 Info SKU-Software and Peripherals products and solutions catalog included in system boxes

Total Price w/Discounts: $633.03

Do u think this is a good deal ?


Also had a question.

So with this system I will be getting 3 OS's: vista, xp and win 7 (free when comes out). what i want to do is partition the drive into 5 segments:

c drive=xp (this will be for work, need the xp for some of the software running)
d drive=vista (keep for curiosity)
e drive=win 7 (will be interested in installing once it comes out)
f drive=linux (use this for home use, browsing, etc.)
g=empty, used for backup.

This way here, if f drive gets a virus of something that just causes havoc, I can format f drive yet still have c drive for work unharmed.

what u think, doable, how hard. any recommendations on how to get it done.

Thx,
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#2 Markov

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Posted 20 August 2009 - 12:39 PM

Hey, i think that's a great deal...get it!

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Posted 20 August 2009 - 06:22 PM

My sole advice would be...don't put multiple O/Ses on one drive, unless you intend to do backups and/or they don't matter.

Old cliche: Never put all your eggs in one basket.

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