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    Quote Originally Posted by ik9000 View Post
    tell you what, you don't really need that system. I think you'd rather have the feel good factor of helping others. I suggest you donate that system to poor old me.

    What do you mean what would you get in return? Ok, ok I'll let you have my vintage Athlon 750 machine - it'll be a priceless antique one day. Just think of it as an investment for the future.

    Now I can't say fairer than that
    Haha! I guess I can take that as meaning: "looks good to me!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulus View Post
    Haha! I guess I can take that as meaning: "looks good to me!"
    mayyyybe

    And here's a starter for 10 on how to set it up to make best use of the SSD:

    http://www.maximumpc.com/article/how...ia_storage_ssd

    I also went a step further and moved the Documents, Pictures etc folders onto a different partition on the HDD to make doing back-ups easier.
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    hi yea that psu should be more than good enough for future upgrades you should able to run a multi GPU set up quite well providing you don't intend to run 2 titan's in sli

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    Re: PC spec. - questions

    Quote Originally Posted by LUKAYA View Post
    hi yea that psu should be more than good enough for future upgrades you should able to run a multi GPU set up quite well providing you don't intend to run 2 titan's in sli
    Im sure that will be a relief as I expect the PC will have gone through several upgrades since the original spec was drawn up 6 years ago!
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    lol yea i should amagin it would soz didn't evan look at the date

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    Re: PC spec. - questions

    from another thread, but somehow fits...

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