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Weekly Bargain Geforce-4 Special
-AMD Athlon™ XP-2000+ CPU
-VIA KT-133 266MHZ FSB DDR 4X AGP Main Board
-512MB PC133 SDRAM Memory
-60GB 7200 RPM ATA 100 HD
-nVidia Geforce-4 MX440 64MB DDR w/ TV-Out
-AC97 3D WAVE SOUND
-19" Viewsonic E95 .22MM SVGA Monitor
-480 Watt Subwoofer System
-Black AMD Certified 350 Watt Med Tower
-Free Shipping ->coupon code "freeshipping"
These PC's are easier to upgrade than Dell. They have a real power supply. There is a cool Pentium deal as well.
I guess a link would be helpful
11-29-2002, 12:34 PM
Despite me thinking mink works for cyberpower, i will still say that i have had 2 friends by a cyberpower system. Both of them were very happy with what they got and the systems are still running, no hitches. I build my own computers so i dont buy pre-built, but i looked at their computers and was impressed with the detail they took. Both machines had ASUS motherboards, and they company even gave you the mobo boxes (just a personal detail i like greatly. Also the price is not bad either. Some people may have had a bad experience with cyberpower, so i am suggesting another site that has cheeper computers too. It is called Hybridgear.net and right now it has a special to.
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 @ 2.0 GHz (.13 micron) Socket 478 CPU
Motherboard: Shuttle MV42N Motherboard with DDR Support
Hard Drive: 40GB 7200RPM Western Digital Caviar Hard Drive
Floppy Drive: 3.5" Black Floppy Disk Drive
Memory: 256 MB Kingston PC2100 DDR Memory
Optical Drive: Acer BenQ 40x12x48x CD-RW
Sound: Multimedia 3D Sound Compatible adapter Network: 10/100Mbps Network Adapter
Graphics: S3 Savage 4 DDR Graphics
ALSO, be sure to use the code "CODERED" in the "Additional Comments/Special Instructions" box. By using this it will Rush your system through the build stage and into shipping.
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