Rate this Hp Pavilion t760i

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how do u rate this?

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  1. pradipudhaya

    pradipudhaya New Member

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    Hello guys. I have just bought a new hp pavilion t760i.
    P4 3.2, 800 MHz FSB,
    intel 915g,
    512MB Pc 3200 DDR@ 400 MHzz,
    160 GB SATA,
    8x dual layer dvd,
    ATi x300 SE PCI Express.
    @ Rs. 64990. Is it good?

    My external clock speed is 200 MHz though the FSB is 800 MHz. Pls help
     
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    i would say it is satisfactory...branded PCs will cost that much...and regarding the FSB, it is quad pumped so it is actually 200x4 which is 800 so dont worry....
    only thing not too good is the graphics card...they should hav given at least an x600
    but the assembled PC lovers will say this is expensive and that they would've gotten a better deal with an assembler...but this is ok 4 a branded PC....
     
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    Prashray New Member

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    Good one.
     
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    agree with Nemesis....me is a true assmebled PC lover !!! so I say its expensive :D:D
     
  5. pa_ajaykumar

    pa_ajaykumar New Member

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    Heres what i assembled

    AMD Athlon 64 3000+ with 1600 MHz FSB (Internal Clock 200 Mhz)
    MSI K8N Neo Platinum Motherboard based on nForce3 250 GB chipset with AGP 8X, Onboard 7.1 Channel Sound, Firewire, Gigabit LAN, SATA and PATA RAID.
    1 GB Hynix DDR 400 Ram
    200 GB Seagate Barracuda SATA HDD
    16X Sony DVD Writer (With Dual Layer DVD Support)
    ATX Cabinet with 400W SMPS and 3 Extra Fans
    Altec Lansing 251 5.1 Speaker System.
    iBall Black Cat Mouse with 5 Buttons and Scroll Ball and iKey Power Designer Keyboard with 137 Keys.
    17" Samsung SyncMaster 793 Mb FFST Monitor

    All this Cost me 55,000/- I have also ordered for a XFX GeForce 6800 GT 256 MB Graphics Card which comes for 25,000/- which takes the total to 80,000. Now compare it with what you have got for 65k. Bye the way the Radeon X300 SE graphics card costs around 6000/- . Thats the advantage of going for a assembled system. if you what a powerful system, assemble it. Even if you go the P4 Way the cost will remain the same. a P4 3.2 Ghz + 915 MB costs the same.
     
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    Thats a rocking pc, ive got the t530i with a fx5600xt bout 4-6 months back, and a 17 in LCD.

    The damned HP people gave me a 40Gb hdd!
     
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    pradipudhaya New Member

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    How much did u buy that hp for?
     
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