Published on 15th July 2005 by
Originally Posted by preatoriananyway, what's the price-tag on this baby ?
The price of the SD31P barebones isn't all that cheap and we expect it to retail at around £350 - take in to account that there is an onboard graphics solution, which will suffice for general desktop use. If you then add (an incredibly reasonable) £175 for the Pentium D 2.8GHz and a further £115 for some Corsair DDR2 and you've got yourself a very elegant general use, and crucially, multi-tasking platform. The cheapest Athlon 64 X2 at the moment retails at close to £380 for comparison purposes - if you're after a dual core platform that doesn't break the bank, your choice is clearly limited to Intel's Pentium D at the moment.
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