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if i were in your situation id wait it out at least 1 month and then pick up a decent bulldozer system for your 700$ or so your willing to spend ... its a win win situation ... otherwise your looking into some old crap
What is the benefit to BD? Also with this new tech wont I have to get a bd board? and a bunch of crap? Running me over 700$?
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What is the benefit to BD? Also with this new tech wont I have to get a bd board? and a bunch of crap? Running me over 700$?

we dont know official pricing ... and 2nd of all bulldozer is an architecture that amd worked over for 9 years .... dont you think it would be better then your phenom II on ddr2 option that you want


and price wise we dont know anything ... but im sure there will be some x6 and some quad core for a good price ... and ram isnt too costly these days ... and a gpu isnt much and a mobo isnt much also ...


im sure you'll be able to get an ok system for 700$ or so just wait it out ....
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What is the benefit to BD? Also with this new tech wont I have to get a bd board? and a bunch of crap? Running me over 700$?
Obviously, there is a correlation between new tech and price.

I don't want to be mean, but most of these BD questions you have would be easily answered if you did the research yourself.
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If you need a PC in a hurry then I have seen some T1100s for real cheap around places. Maybe because of the upcoming BD release. I'm waiting and building a BD PC soon.
    
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