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Topic # 188985 12-Dec-2015 17:03
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Many of these inexpensive desktop models have been trickling onto Trade Me for some time now. I would be interested to know what the experts here think of this machine? https://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=995499629







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  Reply # 1449262 12-Dec-2015 17:08
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People will see i7 and pay stupid amounts for them IME.

Friend offloaded an antique i7 a few months back and got more for it than you could build a new i3 machine for. Which would probably go faster.




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