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  • #31
    Originally posted by frogstomp
    Originally posted by Nerv
    Originally posted by frogstomp
    How are you comparing these? If you're going to get a computer that costs the same amount as a 360, obviously get the 360. The only way the computer will be better is if you're planning on spending about another $1000 on it.
    That is terribly untrue. You could put together a system with 6x the capability of an Xbox for the same price. Microsoft fanboi!!
    For $400, the only way you're putting together a system with "6x the capability of an Xbox" is if you steal 90% of the stuff.
    One again, very untrue. Order your parts seperate and put it together yourself and you can put together a system for 400 dollars that destroys 900 dollar systems you will get at an electronics store, or an Xbox.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Nerv
      Originally posted by frogstomp
      Originally posted by Nerv
      Originally posted by frogstomp
      How are you comparing these? If you're going to get a computer that costs the same amount as a 360, obviously get the 360. The only way the computer will be better is if you're planning on spending about another $1000 on it.
      That is terribly untrue. You could put together a system with 6x the capability of an Xbox for the same price. Microsoft fanboi!!
      For $400, the only way you're putting together a system with "6x the capability of an Xbox" is if you steal 90% of the stuff.
      One again, very untrue. Order your parts seperate and put it together yourself and you can put together a system for 400 dollars that destroys 900 dollar systems you will get at an electronics store, or an Xbox.
      I know you can order stuff seperately that will destroy a computer that's already put together, but you're horribly exaggerating.

      Edit*
      Look, If Microsoft is taking a loss selling the system, then how are you going to get something way more powerful for less? Maybe 1 or 2 years down the road, but not right now.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by frogstomp
        Originally posted by Nerv
        Originally posted by frogstomp
        Originally posted by Nerv
        Originally posted by frogstomp
        How are you comparing these? If you're going to get a computer that costs the same amount as a 360, obviously get the 360. The only way the computer will be better is if you're planning on spending about another $1000 on it.
        That is terribly untrue. You could put together a system with 6x the capability of an Xbox for the same price. Microsoft fanboi!!
        For $400, the only way you're putting together a system with "6x the capability of an Xbox" is if you steal 90% of the stuff.
        One again, very untrue. Order your parts seperate and put it together yourself and you can put together a system for 400 dollars that destroys 900 dollar systems you will get at an electronics store, or an Xbox.
        I know you can order stuff seperately that will destroy a computer that's already put together, but you're horribly exaggerating.

        Edit*
        Look, If Microsoft is taking a loss selling the system, then how are you going to get something way more powerful for less? Maybe 1 or 2 years down the road, but not right now.
        I don't even know what youre saying in your edit. But no, I am definately not exaggerating and once again, I don't even know what youre talking about with that destroying a system comment.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Nerv
          Originally posted by frogstomp
          Originally posted by Nerv
          Originally posted by frogstomp
          Originally posted by Nerv
          Originally posted by frogstomp
          How are you comparing these? If you're going to get a computer that costs the same amount as a 360, obviously get the 360. The only way the computer will be better is if you're planning on spending about another $1000 on it.
          That is terribly untrue. You could put together a system with 6x the capability of an Xbox for the same price. Microsoft fanboi!!
          For $400, the only way you're putting together a system with "6x the capability of an Xbox" is if you steal 90% of the stuff.
          One again, very untrue. Order your parts seperate and put it together yourself and you can put together a system for 400 dollars that destroys 900 dollar systems you will get at an electronics store, or an Xbox.
          I know you can order stuff seperately that will destroy a computer that's already put together, but you're horribly exaggerating.

          Edit*
          Look, If Microsoft is taking a loss selling the system, then how are you going to get something way more powerful for less? Maybe 1 or 2 years down the road, but not right now.
          I don't even know what youre saying in your edit. But no, I am definately not exaggerating and once again, I don't even know what youre talking about with that destroying a system comment.
          By destroy, i just meant, I know buying everything seperately will get you a better computer for a smaller price. My computer is custom built, I should know.

          By my edit, im calling BS at you saying you can find better deals than Microsoft does. Sure, the computer you build may look better in general, but the Xbox is completely designed for gaming. There's no way you build a better gaming console than Microsoft for cheaper.

          However, in 1-2 years, as technology advances and prices go down, I'd believe it.

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          • #35
            Ahhhhhh crap, well I just built a damn nice system for 450 dollars off tigerdirect.com that had a basically equivalent graphics processor, double the memory, double the HD, could burn as well as play DVD's, identical processor speed as well as do all the other things a CPU can and a console can't. I didnt include a keyboard, mouse, monitor because im assuming we all have those things already as we are online.

            I had it all copyed and ready to paste but when I went to paste it in this thread I just got 7 lines of IRC text instead, ah well I can get the specs again after dinner, if I remember that long.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Nerv
              Ahhhhhh crap, well I just built a damn nice system for 450 dollars off tigerdirect.com that had a basically equivalent graphics processor, double the memory, double the HD, could burn as well as play DVD's, identical processor speed as well as do all the other things a CPU can and a console can't. I didnt include a keyboard, mouse, monitor because im assuming we all have those things already as we are online.

              I had it all copyed and ready to paste but when I went to paste it in this thread I just got 7 lines of IRC text instead, ah well I can get the specs again after dinner, if I remember that long.
              1. The 360 does not need the memory of a computer, and you should know that. All of the 360's memory is bent toward gaming, while the computer is running a lot more processes at once. I can say the same thing for the processor, because the 360's processor's are all bent to gaming, while the computer's isn't.

              2. The 360's HDD is portable. Therefore, it is much more expensive than the regular $1 per Gig HDD.

              I'm not saying your computer is worse than the 360, I'm saying that as a pure gaming machine, there is no way you build a more powerful *gaming machine* than the 360 for cheaper.

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