Cheap (very cheap) computer stuff...

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    Cheap (very cheap) computer stuff...

    Eh, I already typed this once, but accidently
    posted it before I was finished. I deleted it,
    and will post it again.


    Anyway, there's this company called overstock.com.
    They go around to all the failing internet
    buisinesses and buy-out their remaing merchandise.
    Then they sell that merchandise on their website
    for a very low price.

    They've been profiled on a lot of national TV shows.
    This morning they were interviewed by my local
    news-station (the company is located in my state).

    I went to their site, and the had a lot of really
    cheap computer-related-products. I don't know
    how good this stuff is, though. So, for all you
    informed people--will you please give me some
    opinions? Is this site selling good products?

    Computer Departmnet

    Memory:
    Koala Memory 128MB SDRAM PC-133 Memory. $28.00

    Desktop Computers
    Athlon 950mhz.
    128mb Ram
    30GB HD.
    DVD.
    CDRW.
    Windows ME.
    Price: $599.

    Please excuse spelling/grammar. Just woke up
    Staying away from General.

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    >Koala Memory 128MB SDRAM PC-133 Memory. $28.00

    i got my 256 piece for 50, it's an LD generic though, but still... how good is 128/28? just curious... as well as the PC deal too, maybe that's better... haven't upgraded my CPU for a long time... [still on a 450 PIII...]

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    > got my 256 piece for 50, it's an LD generic though<

    I got 512MB at Fry's (that Ram ram everywhere thread... incase anyone was wondering it DID work)

    I also saw a machine running at 1.4Ghz (AMD Athlon) with 512MB of RAM, and a 30gig HD for $599 at a local store (no dvd though..). So im not sure if these deals are all that great.....
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    i don't know if myne supports 512s... but anyway i don't need that much anyway...ahem... hmmm... i think my dad told me about pricewatch, but we've not gone [together] to a show in a long time... i'll have to kickstart that i hope again..........
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