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Originally Posted by Frayzn View Post
It always seems like when someone comes to me for advice on buying a new system, I always seem to have something to say. When it comes to buying my own system, I tend to forget what I know and freak out. I wonder if it's because I'm actually spending out of my own pocket. I bet that's it... I wonder how many other people do the same thing.

Thanks again for all the replies, much appreciated.
I just did a quick check...and if I'm close on the specs (you didn't mention the cpu speed)...these 2008 Mac Pro's are worth closer to $1800-$2000. I still see the original "quad-core" Mac Pro's from 2006 selling for around $1200-$1400.

That's why I said that $1400 for ANY 8-core Mac Pro at this time is a good price!

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