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Old 29-07-2003, 04:51 PM   #1
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Default New Maya comp

what do you think about this for a new maya comp.?

Intel p4 2.4GHz - 200 $
DDR 1024 MB 333 MHz S-brand - 185$
motherboard Asus P4S8X-X +SB +LAN USB2 (S478) -100$
LEADTEK GeForce FX-5200 128mb +TV+DVI - 115$
WD 80Gb 7200rpm 8Mb buffer - 115$


*prices are in USD
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Old 29-07-2003, 04:59 PM   #2
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Thats nice. Are you going to use a dual monitor setup with that 5200???
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Old 29-07-2003, 05:00 PM   #3
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i dont know ...the only extra monitor i have is really old.......and i dont really want to buy a new one
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Well, you might as well hook it up. Trust me when I say....DUAL MONITORS ROCK!!!!!!!!!
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are u sure that it supports dual monitors?
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Mine does, but its a pny. Are there 2 vga ports or 1 vga and 1 dvi???
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well i dont have it yet so im not sure.......
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Oh, ok. It should support it.
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oh..cool..............what do you think about the prices?
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I dont really know a whole lot on pricing, as they change so much.
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hey tweek

i'm not 100% sure of the prices cuz i'm in australia but a quick estimate in my head says you are doing pretty good.

the only thing i would change is to get a bigger hard drive.

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Yea, my 120 gig is getting more full every day. Im about to get two 200 gigs.....Ok, maybe not.
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drvespace... is a thng you never have enough...
also the screen is really important, i boght a generic 17"TFT for 325€ and its the best moiney spent on my PC...
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im putting togeather money for dual 17 or 19 inch monitors, but it depends if you have deskspace i guess. mmmm work space resolution.
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