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my alienware DESKTOP IS WICKED!


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nathen555

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Hi i just got a alienware desktop heres the specs done a lil upgrade

4.2GHz
4024MB RAM
DUAL NVIDIA 6800GT 256MB
500GB Hard Drive

try n beat that beast :tazz: ;) ;) :tazz: ;) :) :ph34r:
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my g5:

processor: Dual 2.7GHz PowerPC G5
fsb: 1.35GHz per processor
RAM: 8048MB
graphs: ATI Radeon 9650 with 256MB DDR SDRAM
HD: 250GB Serial ATA 7200 rpm

Can't wait till it's here.

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Why in the WORLD would you *need* that much RAM? I can see why you'd *want* that much...but come on guys...

Nevertheless, very impressive! :tazz:
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The apple shop had a pretty good deal on RAM I saw so I took it.

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Umm, aren't all Alienware systems wicked? :tazz:

They are also wickedly expensive. If you don't want to go through the trouble of building your own machine, or simply don't know how, I do highly recommend this company. However, if you can build your own...do it.

I configured an alienware system, just the tower, for close to three grand. I configured the same system; plus keyboard, mouse, 7.1 speaker package, and a 19" monitor with 8ms response time for only $2500. ;)

The only thing the DIY system doesn't have is that really cool tower and an Alienware mouspad. Ha. I must also note, that when you purchase the Alienware system for $500 more, they are kind enough to throw in that free $5 T-Shirt.

I do love Alienware, but DIY is a bit cheaper.

Nice Specs on those machines gang. Wish I had.

Thanks
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teasing should not be aloud on gtg :tazz:

nice rigs there guys, what did ya do? rob a bank?
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Nope, it was my birthday a few months ago.

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im not teasing u noob
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wot does ram do is that how fast ur pc opens up windows and stuff
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Yes Supercalifragilistic, it is.

Here is a link for some info on RAM:
http://computer.hows...rks.com/ram.htm

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