So you mean Dell usually RAISES their prices during the time around back-to-school? Anyone know if this is true for Dell Canada? And does this mean that I shouldn't wait for the back-to-school time period for a better deal?
Originally Posted by ihabfan
not to worry fellow friend. instead of coupons we get free stuff like free mem upgrade, free truelife upgrade, xp prof, free printers, etc which price about same as US.
best quote ever from this article:
"When I speak of dual cores, I am not talking about a 10 percent to 20 percent improvement in performance. I am speaking about something...
Originally Posted by marvinbean
After reading all the great comments about the 9300 I took advantage of the $750 off coupon on 5/24 and purchased one for $847 + tax 10.20= $857.20 with free shipping.
Originally Posted by Xarthan
no they are two different version of 6800
XPS2 is Ultra, and that's a big difference when it comes to gaming.
Yes. The Ultra is more than just a higher clocked card,...
Ahh, I see. The HP R4200CA or whatever it is. I think the Xpress 200M is like a slower X300 derivative, so I think it should be able to handle Halo to some extent. You've got a really powerful processor, but the graphics chipset is...
Originally Posted by rimshaker
To this day, I still see Windows as nothing more than a glorified menu system. The nerd in me still likes to hack away at the DOS prompt. We'll see if WinFS can really improve on...
Ah, I see. That explains it, then.
Originally Posted by tvr
yes, they were taken with an xps gen2 (>my sig ^^)
what framerate do you expect @1920x1200 with 16xaf and 8xaa, all driver-optimizations off and...
Originally Posted by zainali
actually dell is probably the most consumer friendly company considering the amount of discounts. (like 35% off )
It looks like he's from Canada, like myself, and we don't...