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Old July 26th, 2010, 12:57 PM   #1
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Hi guys,

After a very very frustrating/infuriating day with my current PC, I've decided to finally spend 'big' money in getting quite a powerful PC which actually performs.
I always end up buying mid-range stuff which after a couple of years is ready to hit the bin.
I have a budget of £2500-£3000 and this is what Dell would get me for that sort of money:

Two Intel® Xeon® E5507 2.26GHZ (Better than i7 980x???)
160GB (10000RPM ) SATA Hard Drive with 16MB DataBurst Cache
1TB (7200 RPM) SATA 3.0Gb/s
24GB DDR3 1333MHz ECC-RDIMM
1GB Nvidia Quadro FX3800

Would this be enough not to worry about upgrading and run CS5 very comfortably for a good while?

thanks in advance!
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