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Old 08-07-2006, 07:45 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Ok, I have the answer. Conroe.


Just kidding.

Well I'm going to give you the basic stuff. I'm sure you can find a good case to put it all in. Basically whatever you like.

CPU ($150):

Motherboard ($95):

HDD ($58):

RAM ($99):

PSU ($80):


Total: $647 without shipping

That leaves some room for a case and what not. That's probably the best build you're gonna find. Even though I am a bit biased. And when and if you feel like upgrading that, you can always put another GB of RAM, or just a new video card. That video card should handle most games out today without a problem. That HDD should do fine. Unless you have an absolutely massive music collection or whatever. Also, I'm not that great at picking out HDD, so if you find a better deal or whatever, do it. Have fun.

EDIT: I would stay away from the PSUs that come with the case. They just have bad news written all over them.

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