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post #21 of 40
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A PCI-E x16 would not bottleneck a GTS 250, stop trolling.
I was wondering if ANYONE was going to comment about that....rofl a 9800GTX bottlenecking lewls.
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dont do it. You might as well buy yourself a dell
    
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I'll try talking to them about the individual warranties.

Thanks, that'll probably help me out a lot.
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post #24 of 40
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Originally Posted by firestormcomputers View Post
A PCI-E x16 would not bottleneck a GTS 250, stop trolling.
My GF sidetracked me while i was writing that post. it was a pci-e at x4 speed only, a gigabyte g41 chipset es2h, I wasn't trolling jeez/
Edited by Tom1121 - 12/4/09 at 7:59pm
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post #25 of 40
Buying the components separately and assembling will be cheaper and more fun ! And as stated, you can RMA each individual component if need be, sort of negating the need for a warranty.

On the other hand, my first non-hp/dell/whatever came from Cyberpower systems and after almost 7 years, the different pieces are all still ticking away in various machines. (the hard drive and PSU are still in my dad's machine, the video card is in a friend's dad's machine, the mobo and processor were sold a few months ago to a local shop. The one item I did have to RMA was the Viewsonic CRT monitor, but that might have been my own fault (lots of travel and not very secure) and to boot, the monitor they sent me was a hell of a lot better, and I still use it as a backup!

So yeah, if you can build it yourself, have at it, but if they can't swing that, Cyberpower is pretty decent
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post #26 of 40
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Strangely I looked up those parts on Newegg and the total came out 200 dollars higher when you include the OS. O_o

Am I doing something wrong?
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post #27 of 40
Don't want to beat a dead horse here, but do try to explain to them that the CPU/MB usually have a three year warranty the video card should have a lifetime and all other parts have a one year warranty. Which is better that almost every pre built. Though if you do have to go pre built I would look at digital storm as someone else already suggested.
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post #28 of 40
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Originally Posted by Tom1121 View Post
My GF sidetracked me while i was writing that post. it was a pci-e at x4 speed only, a gigabyte g41 chipset es2h, I wasn't trolling jeez/
Quick tip: Don't watch your GF change while you post. Results vary but usually they are negative.



OP NCIXUSA.com isn't the cheapest hardware site but heir support is SPECTACULAR. When you have all the parts in your shopping cart you can add this: http://www.ncixus.com/products/7842/PC-ASSEMBLY/NCIXPC/
Which when you buy it they will assemble and test your computer as well as give you an additional 1yr warranty.
Edited by BlankThis - 12/4/09 at 8:14pm
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post #29 of 40
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Strangely I looked up those parts on Newegg and the total came out 200 dollars higher when you include the OS. O_o

Am I doing something wrong?
The cyberpower PC uses various generic parts (PSU, RAM) unless you upgrade them.
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Quick tip: Don't watch your GF change while you post. Results vary but usually they are negative.

I know I know, it won't happen again I promise . Those dudes like got angry about what I typed, didn't mean to insult anyones intelligence with my typo but seriously it had to bottleneck, i put the same gts 250 in my new i7 build, and taking the better processor then my e7500 at 3.5 into account, I get much much better frame rates. Crysis at 1280 x 1024 in my old machine would get like 4 to 5 fps. And in COD WAW I'd get like 60 fps, and in firefights they would drop to the low 20s, especially in fire then it would go to the 15s. I did fresh installs, different drivers, nothing worked, it had to of been the slot.
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