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eMachines t6212/t6410 w/pcie & upgraded PS, or build my own

by art496 / July 13, 2005 9:28 PM PDT

Would it be more cost effective to build my own computer with an amd 64 to equivalent t6410 specs, or just pay for a 400w PS to help the added-on PCIE 6600gt or so video card? damasta55r, are you out there?
Thanks.

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(NT) (NT) its more affordable if u go with emachines and upgrade psu
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if u build ur own

u get better parts and can overclock and such in bios. however, u will find the cost to be bout a couple hundred to 500 dollars more.

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Re: Reply
by John Robie / July 14, 2005 2:50 AM PDT

Nerdyboy answered and is the younger brother of 15 yr old Damasta (Roger). They are both well informed young men who live in Hawaii who sometimes use pidgin english which is common in Hawaii....I lived there in the late 50's for 3 years, some of the best part of the USA and my life.

PS..Japan didn't need to attack, they have already purchased a good portion of it. Happy

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eMachines t6212/t6410 w/pcie & upgraded PS,
by jcrobso / July 15, 2005 3:05 AM PDT

Well go to newegg.com and price out a similar system.
With e-machines an upgraded PS is allwise a good idea.
It may still cost a little more to build your own but you will have a better PC when your done. John

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eMachines t6212/t6410 w/pcie / P.S.
by jcrobso / July 15, 2005 3:20 AM PDT

I have seen several post where some members will buy an budget PC( $300~500) then spend $200~300 on upgrading video card, memory and PS to get the PC they want, end up spending $500~700 . To my way of thinking it would have been easer just to do it right in the first place. John

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