Athlon XP 2400+- Giga-Byte GA-7DXR F10a BIOS Alpha 8045 w/ L1A blowing ||| Enlight 7237 w/ 430W Antec True Power 2 Intake 7V L1A's in front 1 Exhaust L1A in back ||| 512MB Crucial DDR Registered ECC 16-8-8-2-6-2-2 ||| Sony DRU-10 ||| Lite-On 106 ||| Samsung SP1614N ||| Leadtek Ti4400 (removed fans & use Zalman FB123 w/92mm on quiet) IRQ 10 ||| Linksys LNE100TX IRQ 7 PCI#5 ||| Turtle Beach Santa Cruz IRQ 5 ||| WinXP Pro
Wow, what a great deal. I just bough 15 of em, gonna make a fortune on EBay.
lol 279, lol
CPU: AMD Athlon XP 2100+ Thouroughbred "B"
HSF: Thermalright SK-6 w/TT31CFM (ASII) (39 Idle/42 Load)
MB: Asus A7N8X (nForce2)
RAM: Crucial 256 DDR PC2100 x2
CASE: Lian-Li PC-10 Case
PSU: Enermax 350w Dual Fan
VC: ATI Radeon 8500 (Retail)
HD: Maxtor DiamondMax Plus 20GB 7200RPM ATA100
HD: Maxtor DiamondMax Plus 80GB 7200RPM ATA133
SC: Nvidia SoundStream (6 Channel)
CD1: Pine 44X CD-Rom
CD2: LG 12/8/32 CD-RW
OS: Windows XP Professional w/SP1
I love the description they give. Not quite a description of the card itself, but a classical description of what a vidcard does.
But I guess if they gave details, they wouldn't be able to sell it for $279.00. Another reason why I think people should learn to build their own PCs. If they could they wouldn't have to rely on Dell to give them a computer for a price that is more akin to highway robbery for what they recieve.
Good...bad...I'm the one with the gun.