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Old 09-12-2005, 03:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was talking with this IT guy last night from my mom's company and he was talking about this some hyper threaded something n other and it was for a comp that would go for like $750 or more....I am also a first time builder I have tinkered with 5+ yr old comps in my basement and I found it to be quite fun so I'm wanting to get started in building comps for sale to make some money and for fun too. I need some suggestions on products for $400,500,600 and more computers. Also if you have a comp under 1000 please post your set-up so I can try to get some Ideas on what to get/make. So far I'm working with basic $400 (cost) that I need some help. I was looking on a site for buying parts and was looking at the mtoherboards. Intel or AMD? I'm probably gonna run microsoft xp on them when I ship them out. I need to know what the difference between the two are. A quick ansswer to this Question would be VERY helpful! Thanx for any help at all.


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Old 09-12-2005, 03:28 PM   #2 (permalink)
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AMD are the best for almost everything, but this is heavily debated.

If you stay around here a few days, you can take a look of what we recomend other people, create a thread of your idea's and we can put in our opinions. is the cheapest place for Americans to buy parts usually,
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