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Setting up a new design computer

Discussion in 'Computer Hardware' started by Gene@mpls, Apr 25, 2009.

  1. Gene@mpls

    Gene@mpls Very Active Member

    Jun 17, 2003
    Blaine, Mn
    I am setting up a new main design computer (my daughters, she is officially
    the head design person) and while loading all the programs and crap that we
    need to do business I ran across the invoice for a computer purchased on
    12.27.2000- by the time it was set up the hardware cost was $2600. It was
    a stormer- Pentium III with 256 meg of RAM. The new computer is a Core2duo
    3.00 gig with 2.99 gig of ram- DVD, DVD+-RW. FLOPPIE, and add-on vid card-
    which set me back.....$389 (scratch and dent). The first .5 gig harddrive I
    bought (more years ago than I like to think about) was over $500. Times

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