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Is integrated video adequate?

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  • Mark B.
    From here, this machine costs $1,349 plus 14% tax. CPU: AMD Athlon XP 2000+, 266MHz FSB MOTHERBOARD: ASUS A7V8X-WL-1394 RAM: 2 x 512MB DDR 333 SDRAM CASE: ATX
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 13, 2002
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      From here, this machine costs $1,349 plus 14% tax.

      CPU: AMD Athlon XP 2000+, 266MHz FSB
      MOTHERBOARD: ASUS A7V8X-WL-1394
      RAM: 2 x 512MB DDR 333 SDRAM
      CASE: ATX mid-tower, 300 Watt PS
      WARRANTY: 3-year Carry-In Warranty
      HARDDRIVE: 80GB, 7200 rpm
      FLOPPY: Yes
      CD-RW: Yes
      NETWORK CARD: Onboard
      VIDEO CARD: GF2 64MB MX400
      SOUND CARD: Onboard
      OS: Microsoft Windows XP Home
      KEYBOARD, MOUSE, SPEAKERS, MODEM, DVD, SOFTWARE, MONITOR: No

      This price must be reduced. The PC is for a non-profit, to run office
      applications. It will never run difficult games, movies or TV, but it
      will drive a 19-21" monitor at high resolutions. A smaller hard drive
      and integrated video would cut $130. If anyone on the list runs WinXP
      with a small hard drive (40GB) and with "onboard" or "integrated"
      video and would care to comment on those choices, I'd appreciate it.
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