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    Getting a pair of 7800GTX for a SLI setup will run you over $1,200

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    tellin me

    your tellin me

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    You really don't need to upgrade yet, but if you were to upgrade, some Ram would be good. Or maybe a newer proc.
    They have 3.2 Ghz now. Make sure your mobo supports this though.
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    ah umm its a dell so i dont think so

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    bios wont like it i think

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    the moment you step out of store,,,,,,,,,,,,,,your new computer won't be top of line anymore...............[exageration]

    my point is that top of line lasts for few months................

    the best strategy for buying a computer, in order to last longer, is to buy a high quality motherboard with support for future or high end technology, bigger ram and faster processors....................for instance ASUS P4C800-E Deluxe

    this way...........you can keep upgrading your system as technology gets cheaper

    for speed of processor.................i would say 2.4-3 GHz is fair enough,,,,,,,,,,,,,after few years, you can replace your processor with 3.6 or 4 GHz at cheaper price

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    'f I were you I'd have WineX running on that sucker (gaming machine for sure) and be kicking some eFools eButts!

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    Thats pretty good, about the same as my desktop but mines AMD equivilant(sp). Depends what you use your system for & how much money you have.
    My top of the line dream system would easily cost over $10k... if your broke then you don't need to up grade. If you can afford an upgrade in your budget go ahead and do it or plan on doing it. You don't have to replace all parts either. You could just change your motherboard, CPU & add ram for $400 or so

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    Bah..LOl

    I'd take what ya have now an be happy

    I'm still running a Celeron @ 633Mhz, 512MB of RAM.

    But, this thing has been great to me. It runs all forms of linux great with whatever DE I throw at it.

    But, I'm not a gamer or someone who needs processing power for media.

    That, said...I still plan to upgrade in the future.

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