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    Well soon enough I'm getting a new box the one I'm getting is below . . . that's a very good cheap box for Aus in my opinion (the Aus currency is different to US.)
    But their is one thing I want to know about it before I get it and that is the card which is the Geforce4 Ti4200 128MB 8xAGP. The thing is I don't a single thing about the card is it good? Does anyone have how is it, anyone have a good site which reviews the card?

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    Intel Pentium4 2.8GHz 800FSB
    Motherboard with 6xUSB2.0 800FSB with 8xAGP
    512M DDR PC3200
    120GB 7200rpm Hard Drive
    Geforce4 Ti4200 128MB 8xAGP
    Samsung 48*24*48CDRW and 16x DVD COMBO Drive
    1.44MB Floppy Drive
    56K Fax Modem
    10/100 Network card
    180w speakers
    Viewsonic 17" CRT Monitor
    Microsoft Multimedia Keyboard
    Microsoft Optical Mouse
    Microsoft Windows XP HOME
    Aopen H600a MIDI Tower case with 300wPSU

    WITH CPU TOTAL PRICE
    Pentium 4 2.8GHz (800FSB) $2299

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    http://www.tomshardware.com in the graphics cards section check out the vga charts.
    Toms hardware has excellent reviews, commentaries its always got the newest stuff and its pretty comprehensive.
    The TI4200 looks very good. http://www.tomshardware.com/graphic/200301...acharts-05.html

    Just looked at the bottom line, god damn thats a shit load of money

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    Originally posted by ilw@16 July 2003 - 09:37
    http://www.tomshardware.com in the graphics cards section check out the vga charts.
    Toms hardware has excellent reviews, commentaries its always got the newest stuff and its pretty comprehensive.
    The TI4200 looks very good. http://www.tomshardware.com/graphic/200301...acharts-05.html

    Just looked at the bottom line, god damn thats a shit load of money
    But the thing is AUS has a bid difference in currencyto US, UK. In the US it wouldn't be about half the price justa bit above it. Something like 60 cents is one U.S. dollar the AUS dollar is rising thugh it might be something like close to 70 cents now. But it's probadly around $1500 in the U.S. Thanks for he help BTW.

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    sorry yeah I didn't read all ur post (or i forgot by the time i posted) . My bad

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    Well I really can't wait till I get it now because I just read this http://www.anandtech.com/cpu/showdoc.html?i=1834&p=3 . Damn this is ging to be a red hot box, it's a P4 "C" 800 FSB which will dominate until the Athalon 64 comes out, but for now Intel is king again .

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