When one buys a non-OEM PC, it is always wise to check the components against the specification. In our case, we bought a Pc from them in 2009 and got an excellent PC for the price paid, well below the cost of an OEM machine. On inspection, we found that the mainboard was not as specified, but this was due to upgrading by the manufacturer, We also noted that the RAM chips were the type supplied to equipment assemblers rather than to retailers, although electronically the same. The PC itself has been totally reliable for almost 3 years now and has proven to be a good buy. Well done Palicomp.
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