- Apr 9, 2004
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Yep, most definatly.. the AMD prices for dual core are most interesting, its actually takign over the low budget PC's, which is the majority for the most part.. mainstream and power users are even taking advantage of these low prices to pay very little money on a chip much better then their own. If prices keep this up, I may jsut go ahead adn stick with AMD and get a new dual core before too long, depends on the next chipset they make though, it had better be good
Looks like its time to upgrade for me step up from my athlon 64 4000+ to a x2
yep, for the means of quality i always purchase for myself, Im lookign at around $1200 alone jsut for a motherboard, chip, and ram.. all good name brands with warranties.. Definatly a jump to make
Yep, going with 4 gigs again.. And its damned expensive.. I saw the OCZ stuff I was planning on getting is going up and up and up in prices, last year it was sitting around like 230, now its just about 400... stupid.. just stupid!
But hell, I got time to wait, and when them new chips come out, i might as well put my $2000 into those and build a hell of a kickass system that will last me another 5+ years
EDIT: I woudl love to gimmick around and get 2 sets of these:
Damned impressive timings for a 1 gig stick, and the fan you can slap on them look neat as well