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I'd never buy a PS3 mainly to fold on. I'd go with the q6600 route. I just leave my PS3 folding while it isn't being used for gaming and media streaming. It just covers me while my computer is having issues.
post #22 of 22
Let me clarify my statement before about buying the PS3 for folding. Folding and Blue-Ray are basically what tipped the scales for me. Yeah I was looking at the 360 but HD-DVD basically went away and it doesn't currently fold. Did I buy the PS3 for the single purpose of folding? No, I'm not that silly.
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