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Any experience w/ Sony systems folks? I like the size/shape of the case and it'll likely be fast enough for my needs (maybe a RAM upgrade) Total Charge $502.94 Shipped to my door (no monitor...got that covered).

Specifications:
Processor: 1.53GHz AMD(R) Athlon(TM) 1800+
System bus speed: 266MHz
System memory: 512MB PC-2100 DDR SDRAM, upgradeable to 1GB
Hard drive: 60GB Ultra DMA 100 IDE
Optical drive: 16x DVD-ROM
Optical drive: 24x10x40 CD-RW
Graphics: integrated SIS740 with 32MB
<--- THIS GOING TO GO, GETTING ATI ALL-IN-WONDER CARD INSTEAD
Network: 10/100Mbps Ethernet
Modem: 56K V.90 PCI
External ports: four USB, two i.LINK(R) IEEE 1394, one serial, one parallel, multimedia
Operating system: Microsoft(R) Windows(R) XP Home Edition

 

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Looks like a winner to me. It is darn near the same system I built myself.
 

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MoonDog said:
Looks like a winner to me. It is darn near the same system I built myself.
Upon return to the site I found that it was factory refurb...90 day warr.

Still that could mean MANY things and is pretty likely to be as new
 

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blacksn95 said:
Upon return to the site I found that it was factory refurb...90 day warr.

Still that could mean MANY things and is pretty likely to be as new
normally that is a good thing.. most of the factory refurb units are actually tested before they go out the door.. i know with HP's anyway, that the new units are thrown together and shipped.. the stuff that they get back, is tested a few times before they will put the factory refurb label on it.. now.. YMMV but i would rather buy a refurb unit than something off the shelf..
 
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