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Topic # 87619 2-Aug-2011 20:17
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Decent gaming pc

$500 flat.

Everything Below is included.


Custom built in January 2009. (can provide proof of purchase)
Boxes of components still intact (see pic),
along with their corresponding accesories (cables, plugs, manual, software etc.)

Intel Core 2 Duo E7200 2.53 ghz 45nm tech

2 GB Corsair DDR2-800 SDRAM (2 x 1GB)

Western Digital 640GB HDD 7200RPM

ASUS NVIDIA 9600GT graphics card

Corsair 450 watt Power Supply Unit

ASUS P5Q-Pro motherboard

ASUS Lightscribe DVD burner (read & write)

Antec 300 Case (2 adjustable fan)

DSE USB keyboard.

Logitech mini corded USB mouse.


Windows Vista Home Premium 32-Bit (registered)
Original OEM DVD is included with key.
Some of the software already installed:
Avast Antivirus.
Adobe Reader X
Google Chrome
Firefox 5
Microsoft Office 2007

Well taken care off. Filters cleaned regularly.

An old scanner is also included. Brand is Canon. Not sure if it still works.





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  Reply # 501035 2-Aug-2011 21:07
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Is the monitor included too?
That's almost exactly the same PC I have too. How depressing it is only worth $500 (but that is a good price).



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  Reply # 501042 2-Aug-2011 21:17
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oh yep. Monitor included. :)  20 INCH DELL WIDESCREEN LCD 1680x1050

Yea technology lol.  I bought all the parts for about 1500 total

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 511322 24-Aug-2011 15:54
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$ 490  cash.   Anyone ?

Includes the widescreen LCD , machine etc etc etc.


Can install windows 7 if requested. I'm a student so i get free software from MSDN (microsoft student network).

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Reply # 511453 24-Aug-2011 20:18
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DSE keyboards go hard !!! woooo  Cool




gz ftw




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  Reply # 511502 24-Aug-2011 21:23
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b0untypure1: DSE keyboards go hard !!! woooo  Cool


hehehe.

if you know anyone that wants a reasonably cheap desktop that's still good for medium gaming. holler :D

The 9600gt still beats most if not all integrated graphics out there.
Plays Rift and cod5 too



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  Reply # 512677 26-Aug-2011 19:57
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shameless bump

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