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I just may be buying a gaming laptop soon so I want to know how much my current computer is worth is minus the keyboard, mouse and monitor. Thanks!
 

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Wow, nice setup


I would say around ~900, would be a little better if you had a nicer soundcard and SATA drives, but nice rig..
 

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Wow, nice setup


I would say around ~900, would be a little better if you had a nicer soundcard and SATA drives, but nice rig..

Thanks!

Oh btw, the hard drives are RAID 0 compatible
 

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Yea, thats what i figuered, though i know buyers today are looking for SATA drives, but yours would still cream any solo SATA drive.. The only thing i see that could use an upgrade is the sound card (and others would say the PSU) but it beats onboard audio.
 

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8-900 range.

Btw, Did your benchies increase or decrease after you sold the magic 6600?
 

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also dude it is highly stupid buying laptops now because their Lcds are crap and consume lots of power. wait like 2 more years then buy a laptop
 

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Hmm, you dudes might be right.. I mean, its costs around 1700$ to get a rig similar to mine in a laptop. Besides, this thing ownz.

******, my Benchmarks went up! (alot)
 

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Originally Posted by PCNerd

Hmm, you dudes might be right.. I mean, its costs around 1700$ to get a rig similar to mine in a laptop. Besides, this thing ownz.

******, my Benchmarks went up! (alot)

ya Id only get a laptop if you traveled alot or something. If you just need something to game on at home then best to stick with a desktop.
 
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