Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion Discussion
But let me suggest something, the PC component is something that price will go south after you left the store with it for just a feet. So if you buy $5000 PC, I guess its price will be dropped until it last about 25% of its brand new price if you think to sell it another day, umm.. and with all that specs I think you won't sell it a month after you bought it right. Guess if you just had bought $1000 PC last year with Core 2 Duo and a GeForce 7600GS or something, why don't you just save your money for 2 years and after that buy another PC with... I guess the power of today's dual processor Quad Core Xeon. That based on my own experience.
It's all relative, it depends how much money you have in the bank. If I could I'd upgrade to an AMD Athlon64 Quad Core, 2X Geforce 8800GTX (SLI), 8GB RAM DDR2, Crossfire motherboard etc...
Yet I just don't have the cash, saving me money in the future costs me money that I don't have now. So it's all pretty complicated, it's just one of those things you have to live with...
I see, thanks for the tip...
locked as per request
[Edited by Moderator EternalSlayer, 6/28/2007 9:17:05 AM]
* Updated game trainers and cheats daily
* Get notified when new cheats are added
* Request which games get new trainers
* Priority support with any problem