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#1 armis

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Posted 18 October 2009 - 10:23 AM

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16883229120
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16883229098
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16883229104

what about these? i like the one with gts 260 but i don't know about the cpu. I also don't know if the graphic cards on all of em are 512mb or 1gb. And also i don't know about power supply.

1. Anyone know if cyberpower is a good reliable company? Because i read on their forums that tons of people get wrong components, computers crashing, power supply units failing , graphic cards failing.
2. Which of those above would be best option? Because i like the one with gts 260 but i don't know if the cpu is good.

Hope to get much help because at cyberpower..i basically got none.

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#2 Wildabeast

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Posted 18 October 2009 - 10:56 AM

Good luck finding out about Cyberpower. I finally found a site that had people's comments and a ton of them said the customer service sucked. I thought about buying a computer from them, but after that I just went ahead and ordered all new parts from Newegg and just built a new one. In fact, I still have a HDD to install in it, I'm using it now to see how good a job I did.. :blink: .

I would suggest building your own, although, the comments I read on some of the Newegg purchases, (from Cyberpower) said they got good service. Maybe because they bought it through Newegg..

Of the three you have links to, only the middle one is in stock and it looks like it would be a good computer. Your choice though..
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Posted 18 October 2009 - 11:42 AM

<<Because i read on their forums that tons of people get wrong components, computers crashing, power supply units failing , graphic cards failing.>>

Under ordinary circumstances...a forum by manufacturers of a product...frequented by persons who have products purchased..is, IMO, the best place to get feedback on said company and its products. I guess I have to wonder why you are willing to disbelieve what you saw posted there.

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Posted 18 October 2009 - 12:30 PM

gtx260 is the best graphics card out of those 3 right. and amd phenom x4 9950 is the best cpu
amd phenom x4 9950 - 4x2.66=10.64
e8400 - 2.x3.00=6.00
Phenom II X2 550(3.1GHz) - 2x3.1=6.2
I know the cpu's don't work that way but i think amd phenom is the best.
But whats better:
worse cpu better gpu?
or better cpu worse gpu?


and 9800gt isnt better then 260gtx or 250 gts right? If it isn't...would that make much difference? or the cpu wouldnt matter?




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