Ram is so cheap nowaday that you can get 16gb for like 75$ shipped (DDR3). For office work an I3 is good, even for gaming. If you want you could get a cheap MB, an I3 and 16gb of ram for less than 312$ if you shop around and price match at NCIX (with other canadian online store)
Wouldn't it cost less to just dump the ISO with AnyDVD or Rip the movie only with DVD Fab to the HDD?
You can get 60 movies on a 2tb Green drive (around 100$). Unless you don't have stream available on you're movie display..
The best places for internet in the world are like South Korea (100mbits around 30$), New Zeland, Holland, Japan etc..
We have (me and my coloc) 50mbits/125g per month plan with videotron in Montreal. It's pricy (81$) but we split. We usually use 60-80g per month (witch consist of Wow, Steam...
Yeah the 560 will be officially released (the NDA) tomorrow. It will be between 250-300$ (depending if you take it stock or pre OC'd). Gigabyte will have a 1ghz (GPU) special version (from 822 standard) so that mean it will be an excellent overclocker like the 460.
Yeah i know.. the only thing i don't like about NCIX is they quote In Stock but it's not really always in Their stock but in their supplier stock. So if you don't check the availability of all you're products first (1-2 days shipping mean NCIX has it, more than that mean it's the supplier) one...
Very nice.. yeah UPS always does that.. They even leave a box at my friend house beside the door during a BIG Snowstorm, my friend had to dig it out after he found out 2 days later (with the tracking), it was RAM so it worked just fine..
Off course, if you buy S2011, it's because you're entousiams. But the number of people who run 4 Videocard is , i'am pretty sure, less than those who use Eyefinity or the Nvidia Variant.. but again, there's a market for 200$ 5.1 sound system and one at 5000+ for 1 per pair of stereo speakers too...
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