depends on the buyer....iMac style people would buy the ferrari
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6/14/04 at 7:37pm
Originally Posted by Shutty
If a thief is going to sell the laptop to someone else, the person buying would like to the know the specs, rather then buy a laptop on the Ferrari symbol, and the paint job. The the Ferrari 3200 had horrible specs (ie. Celeron), and a nice exterior, i doubt the thief would get alot of money, though the exterior would have appeal. If a ferrari 3000 got stolen, and a CL56 (w/ Dothan) got stolen, wouldn't the buyer pay more for the CL56?
Originally Posted by turanuk
right well the BIOS on ECS's is really weak and they die very often. I think that sums it up nicely.
Edit: just ask people who have ECS motherboards. 1 in every 2 or more will have had crashing/reboots for no reason, compatibility issues, you name it.
Originally Posted by Sinner6
I have in my possesion 2 computers running ECS k7s5a mobos' and I have built a half dozen more for friends and family. Nobody has had a single problem with them in the last 2 years. Youre pulling "facts" out of your sphinchter.