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IainDaddy
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11/09/09 11:13 PM
Re: To upgrade or buy new? [re: Panthia]Report this article as Inappropriate to us !!!Login to Reply

If you are doing an upgrade to a PC then make friends with your local "geeky" computer shop, I have.  They rebuild my PC's for the cost of the parts and use any old bits from my old PC (HDs, CDs, case, etc).  It costs me around £150/year ($300)


The old parts come back to me and I play with them (there are 7 networked computers in this house ... no TV as we watch on-line)


Just my £0-02 worth


Iain






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SubjectPosted byPosted on
*To upgrade or buy new? Panthia   10/01/07 08:10 AM
.*Re: To upgrade or buy new? mariah190282   07/09/20 03:05 PM
.*Re: To upgrade or buy new? IainDaddy   11/09/09 11:13 PM
.*Re: To upgrade or buy new? Matika   11/24/09 12:37 AM
.*Re: To upgrade or buy new? irishlostboy   10/01/07 01:24 PM
.*Re: To upgrade or buy new? Panthia   10/02/07 11:43 AM
.*Re: To upgrade or buy new? irishlostboy   10/02/07 01:52 PM
.*Re: To upgrade or buy new? Panthia   10/03/07 11:32 AM
.*Re: To upgrade or buy new? irishlostboy   10/03/07 11:54 AM
.*Re: To upgrade or buy new? Panthia   10/05/07 08:47 AM
.*Re: To upgrade or buy new? MatrixWorkz   10/06/07 02:17 AM
.*Re: To upgrade or buy new? Panthia   10/07/07 10:06 AM
.*Re: To upgrade or buy new? MatrixWorkz   10/07/07 06:01 PM
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