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Power Spec Computers

Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by Dr. Slots, May 20, 2006.

  1. Dr. Slots

    Dr. Slots

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    Hi,

    I am considering replacing my current PC and I am giving serious thought about buying a Power Spec. I've heard some good things about this brand, but I would like to hear some more opinions and any experiences that you may have have.

    Mike
     
  2. HAVOC

    HAVOC Remember CLM Millennium Member

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    Are you talking about these? Can't say as I'd herad of PowerSpec, but I've had experience with Winbook laptops. Cheap comes to mind, but this was a few years ago, things change. Looking at their models, and the inability to customize, I get a definite e-Machines vibe from them.
     

  3. Dr. Slots

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    Thanks Havoc, that's the kind of info I'm looking for.

    Mike
     
  4. Robert Mitchell

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    I've owned a couple of PowerSpecs. Both were reliable; no real issues. What problems I had their tech people took care quickly. As far as upgrades, you'd be better off getting a video card as most PowerSpecs have shared video memory.
     
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    NoSuchStudios Squirrely Wrath

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    i've had pretty good luck with powerspec machines. a cheap way to get a really decent machine. I've had problems upgrading em but for what they are they're awesome.