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John Blue Raven Games

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Hello everyone thank you for clicking to check out my topic i need some help i want to make sure im not getting ripped off. So this guy has sent me pics and specs of the desktop and im meeting him in person to check its not fake but tell me if this sounds like a good deal.
19" Acer Monitor
Logitech 2.1 Speakers
Custom gaming PC
Specs:
3.1Ghz
Hard drive: HD1- 160GB HD2- 1TB
Processor AMD Athlon X3- 3.1GHZ
OS: Windows Vista Ultimate SP2 64x
GPU: NVIDIA 1GB
Memory: 4GB
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Total Price: $375 USD
does it sound like a good deal?
Thanks!!!!
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Hi,

With the limited information of those specs, it is not possible to give an opinion.

Depends on what you want the PC for, sounds OK for general purpose,.

Ask him to download Speccy, and run it on the computer and send you a screen shot of the system. You could then prce the parts on a site like Newegg, then you would be able to make an informed decision of the value.
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Thanks!
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