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Well I got a few new games for xmas this year but realized my pc wasn't up to spec so I bought a new one. Let me know how you think I did and if I'll have issues playing COD4 and Bioshock. Thanks in advance.

XPS 420

Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor E6850 (4MB L2 Cache,3.0GHz,1333 FSB), Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium with Digital Cable Support

Memory 3GB Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM at 800MHz - 4 DIMMs

Keyboard Keyboard included in Dell Bluetooth Package

Monitors 20 inch E207WFP Widescreen Digital Flat Panel

Video Cards 512MB Nvidia GeForce 8800 GT

Hard Drive 500GB - 7200RPM, SATA 3.0Gb/s, 16MB Cache

Floppy Drive and Media Reader Dell Media Card Reader included in Dell Bluetooth Package

Operating System Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium with Digital Cable Support

Mouse Mouse included in Dell Bluetooth Package

Wireless Networking and Modem 56K PCI Data Fax Modem

Adobe Software Adobe® Acrobat® Reader 8.1

Optical Drive Dual Drives: Blu-ray Disc Combo (DVD+/-RW + BD-ROM) and 16x DVD+/-RW

Sound Cards Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Music

Speakers Dell AS501PA 10W Flat Panel Attached Spkrs for Analog Flat Panels

TV Tuner & Video Accelerator ATI Theater 650 PRO Combo Analog/Digital TV Tuner with Remote Control

Datasafe Included 10GB DataSafe Online Backup for 1Year

Bluetooth and Media Reader Dell Bluetooth Wireless Media Hub + Bluetooth Keyboard/Mouse

Adobe Elements Studio Adobe Elements Studio for XPS™ 420

Shipped for $1605

Now I just have to wait until Feb 1-2.

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why didnt you just build it yourself but other than that a very nie system although the new penryn chips are out on monday which will probably perform about 5% faster accross the board see if you can get the spec changed if not i wouldnt worry you have a very nice system there

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