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    Cool Super computers on the desktop

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    i bags writing first review if hexus get 1 of those babies in

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    • Stoo's system
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      • Mac Pro
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      • 2*Xeon 5450 @ 2.8GHz, 12MB Cache
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    lol

    pretty impressive, u cud turn all ur old naff pc's into super duper crunchers

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    Wow sounds amazing. However, so amazing that it’s probably to good to be true So I’ll believe when I see it on the desktop. At the prices currently listed it seems to be a little above desktop market, doh!
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    hmm... sceptical but interested.
    I just wish there was a way of sticking all my old computer bits together and make them all work together to give me a nice computer, esp. with the mem. I have lying around, 2 CPUs, 2 graphics cards, etc...
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    Interesting idea lets just hope it works, can't imagine plugging a processor into a pci slot though!

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    Sounds good, but you'd have to buy a new motherboard and everything... what a con!

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