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post #1 of 6 Old 03-08-2006, 09:17 PM - Thread Starter
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If you are looking for a Sub-$1000 gaming PC, I just saw this....: http://cgi.ebay.com/New-Gaming-PC-A6...QQcmdZViewItem
I wish I had $1000....
Someone on here better get this, lol

While on the topic, how does doing stuff like this sound? Going on newegg.com, building a brand-new PC, and selling it on ebay? I'm thinking this could be a good way to get some good money! I guess that's how these power sellers work!
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Whoa, weird.... bad price....
but still, the Idea of selling like this would be nifty, huh? I was impressed.
BTW it was $726.60 brand new on newegg (w/shipping)

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not bad at all
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It's pretty good, but the asus board sucks, it has a VIA northbridge.

Plus the PSU is prolly a $20 cheapie with 10A on the 12V.

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actually, the +12v is 15A

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The PC I am planning on building is a 3700+ SD with a 6800GS and 1gb of RAM also...

But I will get a LanParty mobo probably, and a Nuuo... the total is about $800 shipped on Newegg.

But I won't get a case, I already have one of those.

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