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iBuyPower, CyberPowerPC, etc...
Before you buy from them, if you have a tech savvy friend that can build one for you, buy the parts and have him or her build it, then buy that friend a nice dinner or two for the effort. Failing that, a local mom-and-pop shop may be willing to build one if you provide the parts for some labor fee.
Kalganized, I have another question
Whats the diff between Windows 7 and a version that has OEM next to it? I would really not rather have to buy a 200 dollar version of windows 7 if this 99 dollar version will get my computer running
Retail version of 7 can be "officially" reused as many times as you want on any computer as long as only one computer is using it at a time.
OEM version of 7 means Microsoft doesn't have to help you if issues happen, and that it's "officially" stuck to a single computer it was originally installed on. However, this rule is more or less ignored. Pretty much everyone buys the OEM copy, and when it's time to upgrade, they simply call Microsoft and get a new key if the OS tells them to do so.
Otherwise, the features and specs are exactly the same.
Yeah, I've been watching it for quite some time now, lowest I saw it was 169ish a couple of weeks ago, now that it's 159, I'm just going to go ahead and grab it. Now just to wait for Ivy Bridge and secure the rest of my stuff.
Also, just to ask, you are recommending to just go ahead and spend the extra $50 and go for the 7950 instead of the 7870?
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