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    Still Waiting. hehe

    Hi again...

    anyway just want to get some new updates on when there will be stock for some of the product listed bellow:-

    CoolerMaster Centurion 5 Case Black Body (Silver Trimmings) w/o PSU

    256MB Gigabyte PCI-E NX66T256D GF-6600GT (NV43 Ultra), 1000/500Mhz DDRIII DVIx2 TVOut

    250Gb Maxtor Maxline III 24x7 Reliability (7200rpm,16MB) SATA II NCQ - Lead Free

    Oh.. i have receive the cd-rom and dvd-rom that i have bought!!. i saw that it does not come with the box? If i were to buy a processor will i come with the box? as i do not want to miss out on potential important information.

    oh.. since i had to create a new post to ask this question, i might as well ask some other question. I was wondering if RAID or faster hard disk will improve computer performance? like in gaming?

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    faster hard disk will, raid wont so much.
    If you bought OEM drives then that is why you have no box. If you buy an oem cpuit will come in a small box, if you buy a retail one then you get full packageing with a heatsink. The difference should be clear on the scan website.

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    Correct - the retail cpus will be indicated as such (and don't forget - OEM cpus will require a suitable heatsink/fan as well)

    (Oh - and please remember ... Lead Free is not the same as cable free )

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidM
    Correct - the retail cpus will be indicated as such (and don't forget - OEM cpus will require a suitable heatsink/fan as well)

    (Oh - and please remember ... Lead Free is not the same as cable free )
    I made that mistake when i first saw them listed, thought i was a bit out of touch, wireless hdd mmmm drool.

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    Its something to do with the amount of Lead (Pb on the periodic table - not Lead as in cable ) used or something.... a wireless internal HD? Perhaps one of these days

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    Quote Originally Posted by herulach
    wireless hdd mmmm drool.
    wireless internal harddrives would rock! no cables rule!
    Quote Originally Posted by Noni
    What the hell does "WTH" mean

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    ok. thanks for the reply about the improvement in pc performance. but the main question still remain unknown(the one about when there will be stock). An estimate will do if you do not have a real answer as i need to plan for my pc.

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    CoolerMaster Centurion 5 Case Black Body (Silver Trimmings) w/o PSU - 2 week lead time

    256MB Gigabyte PCI-E NX66T256D GF-6600GT (NV43 Ultra), 1000/500Mhz DDRIII DVIx2 TVOut - Due in tomorrow (thursday)

    250Gb Maxtor Maxline III 24x7 Reliability (7200rpm,16MB) SATA II NCQ - Lead Free - In Stock ..


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