Gratis DesktopPC Update
so now they have the dell 4700 with the monitor and that is tempting..
which is worth more, the cyberpower or the dell 4700?
[quote06d7cf33a3="EatChex89"]so now they have the dell 4700 with the monitor and that is tempting..
which is worth more, the cyberpower or the dell 4700?[/quote06d7cf33a3]
i've said this a million times
DUDE GET A DELL!!!
PS dam commericals sure get to me ?
If the AMD computer was PCI-E and SATA I would get that. The dell is just that much more good because of this.
Get the Dell.
I realize the Cyberpower is better out of the box now, but think in perspective.
1) If you're going to sell it - go with the Dell. Even before it had a much higher resale value (on eBay that is, you could convince your friends/relatives to pay you more for the Cyberpower if you told them what it has). Now there is just an added bonus, although the RAM went down to 256MB
2) If you're going to keep it (as I am doing), I would go with the Dell again. SATA and PCI-E (although there are no AGP slots, but except for the graphics card, I don't know what you might use them for, and PCIe serves the same role) is the way to go with HDDs and Video-cards. Throw in some more ram, better video card, HDD and a DVDRW, and you'll have a pretty decent computer. The biggest advantage of the Dell is it's upgrade-able with the latest technology.
But the Dell case sucks. (No real expansion room)
They have upped the ante with the Dell, but remember, that's no LCD either.
I'm still happy with my choice even considering this change...
The Cyberpower motherboard has S-ATA anyway, and the case is easily expandable... now that the Dell comes with 256, it's a piece of junk!
The monitor is worth the shipping charge, hard to sell on Ebay
Hm, isn't 256MB memory like $30-40 or so?
And even a CRT monitor costs about $150-200..., so basically it is more expensive to sell it) Just sell it to friends or college students - they will get a nice deal on a complete PC after all)
[quote3854b61530="breslijo"]The Cyberpower motherboard has S-ATA anyway, and the case is easily expandable... now that the Dell comes with 256, it's a piece of junk! [/quote3854b61530]
Well, I wouldn't say junk, it's an ok PC, but I think the Cyberpower edges out ahead a bit.
Neither are perfect.
which has better performance, as in faster, better graphics.
i need a computer that will run a bunch of programs at one time (photoshop.. etc..)
[quote8714a49e5b="EatChex89"]which has better performance, as in faster, better graphics.
i need a computer that will run a bunch of programs at one time (photoshop.. etc..)[/quote8714a49e5b]
CyberPower, it has more resources but then again the difference isnt that huge, noticble yes, huge no. Get the Dell if you plan on upgrading in the future, i believe the chipset is a 915 in which would suppose SATA G2 with fancy stuff such as NCQ in which improves your performance. DD2 and the Socket 775 are both a bonus too. But if it really is a socket 915 it is well worth getting.