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Dell Latitude E6400

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Dell Latitude E6400
Intel Core 2 Duo P8600 2.4Ghz Dual Core CPU
2x2GB G.Skill memory
Intel Graphic
Intel 5300 Wireless Card
14.1 inch screen
9 cell battery(last around 6-7 hours)

Dell Complete Care(Accident Protection) till 1/11/2013
Next Business Day Support till 1/11/2013
Extended Battery Service till 1/11/2012

some visible scratches, screen is perfect, perfect working condition.

Need two prices,
one for Windows Vista Business on 80GB Seagate HDD
one for Windows 7 Professional on 40GB Kingston SSD(Intel controller) + 80GB Seagate HDD


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$500-600 for the dell

$60 for the vista hdd
$100 for the ssd with the windows 7 installed.

To answer the question about your sig another 570 in sli wouldn't go a miss biggrin.gif
Edited by ryanbob1234 - 6/14/11 at 10:54am
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Originally Posted by ryanbob1234;13869127 
$500-600 for the dell

$60 for the vista hdd
$100 for the ssd with the windows 7 installed.

To answer the question about your sig another 570 in sli wouldn't go a miss biggrin.gif

Thanks for the appraisal mate biggrin.gif

I will be upgrading to the newer 28nm GTX 670 or 680 once BF3 is out(end of this year I think) so no need for SLI right now biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by nardox;13869933 
Thanks for the appraisal mate biggrin.gif

I will be upgrading to the newer 28nm GTX 670 or 680 once BF3 is out(end of this year I think) so no need for SLI right now biggrin.gif

Nice! wana get me on too? biggrin.gif
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