07-06-2008 08:56 PM
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Timothy wrote:Pay very close attention to the graphics card then-Even in the higher end laptops- some still have crappy graphics cards-All the laptops out there with 4 G or more of ram have X64 - some make sure your software works on X64.Using AMEX points is cool too-Just upgraded my video card to SLI for free though AMEX-
07-06-2008 09:22 PM
07-06-2008 09:23 PM
Pay very close attention to the graphics card then-
Even in the higher end laptops- some still have crappy graphics cards-
All the laptops out there with 4 G or more of ram have X64 - some make sure your software works on X64.
Using AMEX points is cool too-
Just upgraded my video card to SLI for free though AMEX-
I had looked on ShopAmex a couple of times before and always though it was really lame. I don't remember why, but I definitely left with that impression. And I'm an Amex guy.
I really like on the HP site that you can completely configure the computer you want part by part and it shows all the costs incurred. I always max out the processor, RAM, and video card.
I waste too much money on dumb things like going out to eat to not be able to pop the couple extra bucks for a behemoth of a laptop, .
Just curious, do you write software?
07-16-2008 01:48 PM
07-16-2008 01:58 PM
jaybird201 wrote:Does anyone know if the cash rebates are voided by using coupon codes for free shipping at 10% off, etc.?
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