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Old 01-28-2007, 12:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Whats a good Build

Ive never built a PC before but have been interested in building one for awile, I will be buying Vista Ultimate Upgrade edition soon ( I have Xp Home ) and I would like a new PC that could run it to its full potential. Right my Specs right now are

Intel P4 3ghz
1gb Ram
Geforce 6200 - Upgraded myself about a year ago

Now its about a 3 year old computer i bought from mdg. And I would like to build a brand new PC except for a GFX card, Ill upgrade the gfx card later on to a DX10 one. Now ill be using this PC for pretty much Gaming, web browsing, chatting, photoshop, burning, and pretty much general use I guess. I like in Cambridge, Ontario ( Canada ).. its a city near toronto. Could anyone put together a good build for me, Id def like 2 or more GB of Ram, id like it to be fast and easy to upgrade in the future. Also I dont want to spend to much more than say 1200 dollars CAN. Im not sure if thats possible but ill appreciate any help. thanks
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