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ALEXSHEFF92 Avatar
8y, 3w agoPosted 8 years, 3 weeks ago
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8y, 3w agoPosted 8 years, 3 weeks ago
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#1
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Thanks for any help.
#2
I think they're all hideously ugly, so none. I'd also build one myself, and spend the £500 difference on cocaine.
#3
dxx
I think they're all hideously ugly, so none. I'd also build one myself, and spend the £500 difference on cocaine.

lol
Thanks for that helpfull comment :roll:

:-D
#4
I notice two of them run Windows 64 bit.

While there is a gradual trend from 32 bit Windows to 64 bit Windows we are not there yet.

Anyone who runs 64 bit Windows could be considered an "early adopter" with certain risks involved.

One of those risks is that not every piece of hardware you buy (like say a printer) will have drivers for 64 bit Windows, so wont work.

While I have no doubt that in 5 years time we will ALL be runing 64 bit Windows I would say at the moment stay safe with 32 bit Windows.

Note that 32 bit Windows has a limit of 4Gb RAM memory (in fact only just over 3Gb of memory) so anything over 3Gb is almost a waste of time.

64 Bit Windows supports I think 128Gb of memory.

Update: I notice that the two 32 bit Windows products are out of stock, and the two 64 bit Windows products are not due to be released until December. My guess is the two 64 bit products may replace the two 32 bit products.
#5
guilbert53
I notice two of them run Windows 64 bit.

While there is a gradual trend from 32 bit Windows to 64 bit Windows we are not there yet.

Anyone who runs 64 bit Windows could be considered an "early adopter" with certain risks involved.

One of those risks is that not every piece of hardware you buy (like say a printer) will have drivers for 64 bit Windows, so wont work.

While I have no doubt that in 5 years time we will ALL be runing 64 bit Windows I would say at the moment stay safe with 32 bit Windows.

Note that 32 bit Windows has a limit of 4Gb RAM memory (in fact only just over 3Gb of memory) so anything over 3Gb is almost a waste of time.

64 Bit Windows supports I think 128Gb of memory.

Update: I notice that the two 32 bit Windows products are out of stock, and the two 64 bit Windows products are not due to be released until December. My guess is the two 64 bit products may replace the two 32 bit products.

Thanks for your help, although i thought they were all running 64 bit vista, also the drives can be replaced cant they ? as i was looking for one with blu ray really.

Rep Added :-D
#6
Also regarding the stock, they can be bought from other places, as you said though it looks like they will stop selling them and be replaced by the new models
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Moved to Deal Requests :thumbsup:
#8
Original spec before upgrades here - then spice her up a bit . . . .

CORSAIR 8GB CORSAIR 8GB DDR800 40.00
Update TRANS INS Fully Insured Delivery 10.00
Update Q9550 INTEL 775 Core2Quad Q9550 30.00
Update 500GB SLAVE 500GB SATA2 50.00
Update BD-ROM SLAVE SATA 5x BD-ROM (BluRay) 80.00
Update PHOENIX Q9GTX INTEL Q9450/STRIKER/8GB/750GB/LightscribeDVDRW/GTX260/KINETIC Case/Vista Premium64 999.99
Update 2 x GTX260 2 x SLI nVidia GTX260 896MB 200.00

£1434.49 total delivered - may be surcharge for 64bit vista/XP, started to convince myself i needed one so stopped looking :oops: EDIT - 64 bit vist premium included in price . . .
#9
mbgringo
Original spec before upgrades here - then spice her up a bit . . . .

CORSAIR 8GB CORSAIR 8GB DDR800 40.00
Update TRANS INS Fully Insured Delivery 10.00
Update Q9550 INTEL 775 Core2Quad Q9550 30.00
Update 500GB SLAVE 500GB SATA2 50.00
Update BD-ROM SLAVE SATA 5x BD-ROM (BluRay) 80.00
Update PHOENIX Q9GTX INTEL Q9450/STRIKER/8GB/750GB/LightscribeDVDRW/GTX260/KINETIC Case/Vista Premium64 999.99
Update 2 x GTX260 2 x SLI nVidia GTX260 896MB 200.00

£1434.49 total delivered - may be surcharge for 64bit vista/XP, started to convince myself i needed one so stopped looking :oops: EDIT - 64 bit vist premium included in price . . .

Cheers, although really like the cases on the acers, so really looking at getting one of those (not to everyones tastes obviously) you're obviously in the know about pcs which of the 4 acers mentioned would you go for bearing in mind value for money, also do you know if the drives are able to be replaced as there is a cheaper one Here that has a dvd drive , although i would like a blu ray and dvd rw, thanks for your help :thumbsup:
#10
ALEXSHEFF92
Cheers, although really like the cases on the acers, so really looking at getting one of those (not to everyones tastes obviously) you're obviously in the know about pcs which of the 4 acers mentioned would you go for bearing in mind value for money, also do you know if the drives are able to be replaced as there is a cheaper one Here that has a dvd drive , although i would like a blu ray and dvd rw, thanks for your help :thumbsup:


Would say that this is the one i'd edge towards, but for the sake of the case, i'd definately have a look around as its very expensive compared to the individual component prices . . .

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