I bought a similar system a few years ago ( it was my first custom pre- built). It depends on what you want it for. I wanted to spend $700 to play games, and it just couldn't do it like i wanted it to. So, i just recently rebuilt the entire machine.
Aside from the GPU nothing in this system looks future proof. If you want to upgrade you will have to make big changes. Personally, i'd have one built from a site like CyberpowerPC, or someone that you trust.
That way, you can at least get a couple parts that will last you a very long time (like a great motherboard, or Power supply).
Okay, thanks for your recommendations. I'll hold off and look around then.
Just got back from my local Best Buy with the last copy of Super Mario Galaxy 2. I called the nearest store and gave them the SKU Number and the guy told me they had one. He went to look for it on the shelf but was unsuccessful. The employee mentioned that they did have a "dump bin" and that it could be in there.
I scoured through the pile of random games and was able to find it still inside a plastic clamshell case towards the bottom. Don't rely on the website since it won't show up if there's 3 or less at the store.
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