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iBUYPOWER GX-922L Core 2 Quad Q9450(2.66GHz) 8GB DDR2 500GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260 Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit

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Aug, 2014

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Best for the money!

 

I bought this for $1,659.99 on 7/26/08 just for record, and it's worth that and more.

Fast in all areas, I'm loading it down and it is having no affect. It's as fast and responsive with all I got on it as it was out of the box. Very quiet, not alot of proprietary junk software, and comes with an adequate array of adapters, driver...

Windows Vista isn't backwards compatible nearly enough. If you have a Netgear WN300T Wireless adapter and a Maxtor OneTouch III external HDD that worked fine on on your XP system, expect to have major difficulty getting them to work even with the...

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Pick up another Geforce GTX260 and you'll have a pretty kickin' rig! With one card and definitely not an ideal benchmark (lotsa background stuff running) I scored an 8801 on 3dmark vantage. I just ordered another GTX 260, can't wait to let'er buck!

Well constructed case, clean wiring, nice effects, great value, Lotsa RAM, Good performing system. Relatively quiet under load even with the Water-cooled CPU and large fan. Big PSU for future SLI. Was packaged nicely and the hook-ups though standard...

The only flaw in this case is the the friont fan pulling air in from the bottom and through HDD cage is kind of restricted. Using Mesh side should help with this

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