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Is this a good package for 250?


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fix23

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some guy is offering me this for 250$

AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ Processor ADX6000CZBOX - 3.0GHz
http://www.tigerdire...e...p;csid=ITD
body=REVIEWS#tabs

Gigabyte GA-M55SLI -s4
http://e3wwwtest.new...N82E16813128321

nzxt trinity case
http://www.cluboc.ne...inity/index.htm

ENERMAX FMA II EG565P-VE ATX12V 535W Power Supply
http://www.chiefvalu...E00039265010060

Motherboard:
Gigabyte GA-M55SLI -s4

2 fans
2-120mm blue Light Fans
1- 80mm blue light fan


think its worth it? and what else do i need al together? (besides ram, vid card, hdd)
Thanks
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Hi mate, sorry for the delay.

I can't tell you if it's "worth it" or not, have a look around and see what comparable items you can purchase for new and add them up.

If you are starting from scratch for a complete system, you'll also need to include an OS, optical drive (like DVD Burner), keyboard, mouse, monitor, and speakers.
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Thanks.

I know that, some guy is offering me that package for 210 now and it includes a dvd burner too.
would that be a good deal?

Im gunna buy the other parts seperate.
let me know
thanks.
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I can't tell you if it's "worth it" or not, have a look around and see what comparable items you can purchase for new and add them up.

Seeing as it has come down in price, though, you could make him an offer while you're at it and get it cheaper? Just a thought.
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