Alt F4 Computing

Discussion in 'Supermicro' started by Alt F4, May 4, 2004.

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    Alt F4 Guest

    Alt F4, May 4, 2004
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    kyrio Guest

    The prices at Alt F4 Computing are unbeatable and I know this because I've
    compared them to every other place in this city.

    Now, I've seen the garbage on your site and I see that neither of you know
    how to convert currency. Learn some basic math and come again, y'all.

    http://www.alt-f4.us
     
    kyrio, May 29, 2004
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    dave Guest



    COUGH COUGH...........CHOKE ............GASPING FOR AIR
     
    dave, May 29, 2004
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    Russell Guest

    To the Alt F4 "Sales Rep":

    Oh boy. I dislike pointless confrontations, but when you say that my site
    offers "garbage", well, I'll give you a brief mathematics lesson...since you
    seem to be begging for it.

    Today's (05/30/2004) USD to CAD currency conversion is $1 US = $1.363
    Canadian, or $1 Canadian = $0.73368 US. Using these conversion figures, I
    took the first few sample Pentium 4 800MHz Retail Boxed Processors for sale
    at Alt F4 Computing, since you made a point of having the best price on
    them. I compared your prices to the best-known online reseller, Newegg, and
    I also picked the very first online reseller located in your city, Toronto,
    I could find (Altec Micro) and compared their prices as well, since you
    claim to have "unbeatable" prices in your city :

    Pentium 4 2.60GHz HT 512KB 800 MHz Retail
    Alt F4 Price: $318.50 CAD / $233.68 USD
    Newegg Price: $246.70 CAD / $181.00 USD
    http://www.altecmicro.com price: $250.00 CAD / $183.42 USD

    Pentium 4 2.80GHz HT 512KB 800 MHz Retail
    Alt F4 Price: $318.50 CAD / $233.68 USD
    Newegg Price: $242.61 CAD / $178.00 USD
    http://www.altecmicro.com price: $251.00 CAD / $184.15 USD

    Pentium 4 3.00GHz HT 512KB 800 MHz Retail
    Alt F4 Price: $402.99 CAD / $295.67 USD
    Newegg Price: $299.86 CAD / $220.00 USD
    http://www.altecmicro.com price: $305.00 CAD / $223.77 USD

    Pentium 4 3.20GHz HT 512KB 800 MHz Retail
    Alt F4 Price: $504.99 CAD / $370.50 USD
    Newegg Price: $380.28 CAD / $279.00 USD
    http://www.altecmicro.com price: $388.00 CAD / $284.67 USD

    Pentium 4 3.40GHz HT 512KB 800 MHz Retail
    Alt F4 Price: $721.50 CAD / $529.35 USD
    Newegg Price: $567.01 CAD / $416.00 USD
    http://www.altecmicro.com price: $581.00 CAD / $426.27 USD

    Now, I'm not here to jeopardize the right for you to make a living selling
    computers and components online; you have the same right as anyone else to
    do so, provided you have proper licensing, other paperwork and carry through
    with any legal business transactions. I do, however, find dishonest claims
    and extremely inflated prices offensive, but I have the right to choose not
    to conduct business with you, as do other potential customers. Customer
    loyalty and the building of a successful business require ethical business
    practices, which I hope you will take into consideration before posting
    additional unsolicited Usenet advertisements. Good luck to you in your
    present and future endeavors.

    Respectfully,
    Russell Sullivan, Owner
    http://tastycomputers.com
     
    Russell, May 30, 2004
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    kyrio Guest

    That was a typographical error. It was meant to be Corsair 8x512MB
    PC4400 550MHz DDR on a Gigabyte motherboard with model 8KNXP.

    Thanks for pointing that out.



    http://www.alt-f4.us
     
    kyrio, Jun 11, 2004
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    S.Heenan Guest


    My pleasure.

    Corsair PC4400 is some pretty high-end memory...
    Tell me, how do you manage to install 8 modules in 6 DIMM slots ? Piggyback
    two of them ? Rubber mallet ?

    HTH HAND
     
    S.Heenan, Jun 11, 2004
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    kyrio Guest

    Who said it would be eight modules?


     
    kyrio, Jun 13, 2004
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