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|1st November 2007, 15:21||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Commodore Gaming PC Tested
For all you say, we wanted to test the model's most powerful brand, Commodore XX, with a maximum of gear, including two GeForce 8800 Ultra 768 MB SLI. Ultrapuissant certes, mais aussi ultracher : 3999 euros TTC. Eventually, we preferred to content themselves with the basic model, much more affordable in relation to 90% of the players that we are no rich, but capable of sacrificing a good sum to burst before the latest games at the moment.
These PCs are intended for players, we wish that the beast allows us to play without problem to the vast majority of games, especially the latest games market, a huge appetite for power. We want that this PC is not more expensive than others, particularly the face of a PC configuration a player experience can be relatively easily assemble itself from spare parts, each bought the cheapest possible .
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