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http://forums.appleinsider.com/showthread.php?t=95922 post 24 -- oops, sorry, different guy - my bad.
My whole argument is that your argument is crap. Show your math, demonstrate that your margin argument has merit. In order to do that you have to have a parts cost breakdown.
From the other thread, he thinks that margins are near 100%, his math is suspect.
Because they lost the Empire? I don't know why Brits are constantly bitching - they have grown their standard of living faster than the US ever since Thatcher kicked their ass in gear - it was two thirds of the US standard of living then, and it is higher than the US now. Maybe it is all the low speed limits, congestion charges, and bad food. I've never been, everything I know about the UK comes from Top Gear.
I don't think that unwritten rule works well, inside or outside of apple. Look at the standard config on the Dell T7400. It has this processor: Quad Core Intel® Xeon® Processor E5405 (2.00GHz,2X6M L2,1333) [Included in Price] and costs $2206. That processor costs $230 from newEgg, and the x1000 price is probably half that, which gives you a 20x multiple at Dell. I think that both of you guys, plus all the Brits, will be wiping egg of your faces in a month when Dell...
Show your math
The Precision T3400 is a Core2Duo machine. Why do you care that it is less expensive than a Xeon machine? If Apple made a machine like the T3400, it would also be cheaper than the Mac Pro.
Yeah - my machine/card is the same as the one McPhee is ordering - the 8x3GHz from last summer.
http://configure.us.dell.com/dellsto...c=MLB141&s=biz are you looking at some different page than I am? These last-gen xeon prices look higher than Apple's last-gen Mac Pro prices.
I ordered the 4870 upgrade card for my last-gen mac pro. I think it will be quite nice - do you know if the 8800 and 4870 can both be in there at the same time?
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