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Its about time....

Which one do you prefer?  

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  1. 1. Which one do you prefer?

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Well, I had this PC for a long time now. I have $3,000 & I am willing to buy a brand new PC. I will post the link below. There are two PC's in my mind, so I need your help picking on out.

1. HP Pavilion Elite HPE-240F Intel Core i5 650(3.20GHz) 8GB DDR3 1TB ATI Radeon HD 5570 Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit.

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Website - Newegg

2. HP Pavilion Slimline S5310F(AY643AA#ABA) Athlon II X2 250(3.0GHz) 4GB DDR3 640GB NVIDIA GeForce 6150 SE Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

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Website - Newegg

Number 2 is cheaper then number 1 but I like number 1 better. What are your opinions?

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Get alienware m17x...

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I am only spending around $1,000.

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I am only spending around $1,000.

Oh lol kk 1 sec lemme look at teh options

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*Note: Please do not post, if you didn't even look at options & don't flame/spam either.*

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well, obiously I have to say the more expensive :p. It's almost literally twice as good [spec wise] as the other. But that's just me.

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$500 - 4gb ram < $1000 8gb ram

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Alright thanks, I will wait for more people's opinions.

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Build a custom PC with your money.

But, I'd have to agree with Divine if you aren't gonna do that.

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honestly if you build your own computer it is a lot cheaper and you can make a 10x better computer. Ebay sells custom made PC's for really cheap and they are amazing.

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Build a custom PC with your money.

But, I'd have to agree with Divine if you aren't gonna do that.

I don't know how to build a custom PC. Well, its either I make a custom PC(once I find out how) or buy one, I ain't going to buy a custom PC though.

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