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    unless your gaming I reckon it will do a lot.
    But I still think he got an old catalog:p
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    There's plenty of those out there that just load an os on them and sell them to unsuspecting ppl without any documentation or system disks then those ppl see ppl like me to fix up all the loose ends. They're not the bargains planned by then. :(
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    obviously no-one noticed, but there's a couple inconsistencies in it....

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    ok, have a look at the first comp on this page. ad a BRAND NEW 17" monitor then halve it to get USD stiull hell of a lot cheaper that that comp :\

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    Quote Originally Posted by [size=6
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    obviously no-one noticed, but there's a couple inconsistencies in it....
    Only a couple? It's a plain straight scam add. Ya call but they've sold out but they try talkin' out of some more cash on something with more power and/or features. The person won't be any better off though. :mad:
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    I noticed also like 350mhz then its a p2 233...?????

    Also PGA...for 449.99 (which is the actual price of this calculator) you can get yourself a decent computer, i mean if i look hard enough i can get a celeron 1.7, 20 gigs,32x, mobo for 300 bucks. All cheap stuff but who knows what the heck is in that box.
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    Probably good stuff, just very old and costly. :devil:

    Truth be known, similar PII 350 setups here go for around $260-$300aus. ;)
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    It looks like an AMD sticker on the box. Also in the specs list, it says P2-233. I see used 17" monitors at computer shows all the time for $40-50us. I've got enough parts to make a much better machine than that, that I would love to get $400 for. I'd even deliver and set it up locally.

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    It does look like an AMD sticker...but i am not a hundred percent though...
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    no, it's an intel inside sticker down the bottom corner...

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