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Old 03-15-2008, 09:59 AM   #11 (permalink)
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those links... are all from 1 site, just add them to your cart

oop, posted late lol
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Old 03-15-2008, 10:01 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Pretty big. Buying a retail PC with all those parts, would probably cost you an additional 1-3k, compared to doing it yourself.

Right now, that list is around $3k.
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Pretty big. Buying a retail PC with all those parts, would probably cost you an additional 1-3k, compared to doing it yourself.

Right now, that list is around $3k.
I just answered in my previous post.
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All of those parts in the list, are links that direct you to newegg.com. The best site for computer components in the US.
If i were to buy a computer with all those parts in it (hypothetically speaking) how much would the price difference be?
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I just answered in my previous post.
please close this thread..... My computer is slow i have to keep clicking in order for it to go....
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No need to close this thread and start a new one. Just ask the questions you have.

As for your previous question, it has already been answered.
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No need to close this thread and start a new one. Just ask the questions you have.

As for your previous question, it has already been answered.
Yeah, i keep accidentally posting doubles.... I dont know if its the new OS (Ubuntu 7.10 Gutsy) or what... Now if i absolutely NEED tutorials on building it, any ideas?
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search button.

we have quite a few 'tutorials' posted already, and just lots of threads with things like how do i do.... so if you run into a problem just search and you'll find your answer, if not post the question.
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if you want a plain looking computer get the lian li but if you want some style to it here are some other choices
Newegg.com - Thermaltake Kandalf VD4000BWS Black Chassis: 1.0mm SECC Front door: Aluminum ATX / BTX Tower Computer Case - Retail
Newegg.com - Thermaltake SwordM VD5000BNA Black/ Silver Aluminum Extrusion ATX Full Tower Computer Case - Retail
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and, I say wait until the quad's price drops, and get a q6700, not the q6600. same price in a little while

and possibly 4gigs of ram because he is going to be running vista?

and why a 780i board, what about x38?
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