Chose the 6000d over the 9300 even though the 9300 would have only costed me about $200 more.
Decided that the 17 inch wasn't worth having to lug around a chunkier and heavier object from one side of the campus to the other.
Weird. I e-mailed them on at least 4 seperate occasions, and even tried using different e-mail addys to make sure my spam filter wasn't blocking it out...every time I didn't even receive a confirmation e-mail.
Ended up phoning again. This support rep was MUCH better: offered to ship them immediately, as well as following up w/ his supervisor about shipping me the DVD and burning software (apparently only sales can order those CDs for me). ...
Dell Canada does not respond to ANY of my customer service e-mails. This is over a week long period
Dell Canada Phone Rep. told me to wait till my laptop arrives to see if I will receive the CDs. In short, she gave me a whole lot of...
For my, I ended up paying around 1600 alone for my i6000d.
A) I live in Canada, so our prices are a bit higher and we don't get the coupons that you get from Dell USA
B) I ended up having to pay a kidney to get a 60 GB...
Just trying to get everything understood so I can tweak around w/ my I600D when it arrives.
I am going to undervolt it, but have read two guides here that use different programs for undervolting.
In your opinions, is RMClock...