Loc: Hampstead, MD, USA
Your post is the one true thing that has always irked me about Apple.<br><br>$625 for a two year old processor? That's nuts. The problem is however, you can't just go get that part anywhere. <br><br>If Apple actually does decide to open up and allow Snow Leopard on standard PC's, the desktop war is over and Apple wins. If it doesn't, then it's still a second hand player as people get tired real quick of shelling out that kind of cash when something goes wrong. I could replace the entire motherboard, CPU, video card and HD on the old PC for less than that $625!<br><br><br>Hey I'm an F'n Jerk!®
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