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Computer Price Check

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#1 TheComputerNoob


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Posted 11 July 2007 - 06:45 PM

Well , my computer right now sucks , as is. And I know that the following computer specs I will be showing is not great either, but can someone please tell me what they can be worth. These are used computer, coming from work, and these are going on auction/bid :

Firstly, the following are the specs on the PCs ( all have CDRoms, Floppy, Network Card, Video Card, Sound Card and Keyboard unless noted otherwise ) NO MICE AVAILABLE

The first one :

P3 1Ghz
384MB of RAM
40GB Hard Drive
17" Color Monitor

The Second one :

Celeron 1Ghz
128MB of RAM
40GB Hard Drive
17" Color Monitor

**I know they are not great, but im thinking that maybe I can just upgrade the Ghz and amount of RAM**

Post your thoughts ( Post if theres a no point of offering for it, reason? Post if I should buy it, reason? )

Hopefully, I can get a lot of comments during this time

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#2 JohnWho


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Posted 11 July 2007 - 07:01 PM

Quick comments:

If you can get either for the same price, I'd go with the P3 and the 384 RAM, based on the little bit of info you've provided.

However -

What do you plan to do with the system?

What Operating system does it have?

You need to know more about those PCs - it is possible that both have the fastest CPU that they can handle, and it is also possible that their max RAM may not be enough for you, too.

I know you think you understand what you thought I said,
but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant!

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