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View Poll Results: How much do you spend each year on computer hardware?
$1-$1,000 637 59.20%
$1,001-$2,000 245 22.77%
$2,001-$3,000 83 7.71%
$3,001-$4,000 41 3.81%
$4,001-$5,000 27 2.51%
$5,001-$6,000 13 1.21%
$7,001-$8,000 5 0.46%
$8,001-$9,000 4 0.37%
$9,001-$9,000 0 0%
$9,001-$10,000 2 0.19%
>$10,000 19 1.77%
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post #11 of 191 (permalink) Old 03-02-2008, 05:32 PM
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let's not go there....too much, that's all
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I say about 1500 thereabouts

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About $1000. I shouldn't be doing much this coming year, as this PC is pretty amazing.

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Id have to say around 1000.00 a year.
I like keeping up on the current video cards.
Im stressed waiting on the 9 series.
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In the past 12 months (all of my home systems):

NewEgg - $2400
Mwave - $2200
Other Online - $1400
Local Stores - $400

adds up quickly
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im about 3.5 grand into my setup so far and thats only last year
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I usually spend about $750 yearly on updates and about $1500 on a new build every 2 years. This is my new build year so sometime around June I'll start collecting parts.

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Who voted 7-8k? Seriously O.o

Someone builds 2 top of the line computers each year apparantly.

EDIT: Actually 3.
20 Bucks says its Cog.

under $1000 for me. Usually around $200-400, though I will spend much more than that every few years for new RAM / CPU / Motherboard (IE next year or the year after with Nehalem).
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