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Good luck with your build. Best answer BlankInsanityOct 20, 2013, 7:55 PM hmm if you want a really good case that'll lost you long, not to mention the amount of awards its won. May 27, 2008 DS I just wanted to let you know that I recently built a computer for my family. Maybe a friend has one? have a peek at these guys

You can get cheaper for the same quality. try other sites for better deals hack_man_ He is going to buy the parts and is asking how to fit them together. Or was that a separate purchase? Heck you don't even need a hard drive to do that.

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anyone know? They consume less power, they don't produce so much heat and they are newer than the Q6600 which was introduced in 1/2007. Are you considering taking the leap? The big question: AMD or Intel?

Create Good Airflow I don't need to tell you that a hot, dusty computer is bad—but a lot of builders don't put too much thought into their fans the first time If that sounds like a lot, well, it was, and there were moments in the process when I wished I'd just bought a Dell. add that with my 8 gigs of DDR2 1066, 7200RPM hard drive, and 1 gig 256 bit 9600gt card I did pretty good for 600 I'd say September 25, 2009 Rob Build A Gaming Pc I have no experience with integrated graphics.

What do you want to do with this new system / if you game how serious a gamer are you? Reddit Build A Pc Sales I'd also second the idea of going with two graphics cards for > 2 monitors (I prefer 3 to 4, however), and suggest that if you can, go with a 64-bit Is it better to buy the mac g4 whatever? check that solved New to building computers, and in need of advice.

EDIT* I am going to make a new post for this specific question in the video forum. Buildapc Website This one: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16817189003 is way better than the one you selected and not too much more (definently worth the extra $20). Personally, I think the very first question in building a computer should be "What am I going to use it for"? If it doesn't work the first time, take a breath, unplug it all, and try again.

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Give yourself a whole weekend and a clean and spacious work area that you can leave filled with packing debris and electronic parts strewn about for a few days.Have you built Graphics card is the same one I have so your good there Monitor, go with the 20.1 psyco linked to (ill probably end up getting that one next month ) I Build A Pc Reddit There are a gadzillion articles on the internet about building your own PC, but many are way out of date, or just don't get specific about what exactly you should buy. Build A Pc Online But I also see your trying to go for a smooth experience.

Oh yes! More about the author Will i need to buy a cooling system? The edges are sharp, so they cut your wires when managing them and it just is flimsy and junk. There's one very simple rule: Make sure you buy only SATA drives, for both hard drives and DVD drives. Reddit Build Me A Pc

found a Gateway(!) box with onboard plus PCIe16, but it was Intel, and I couldn't find mobo description. Don't cry; that won't help.Once you're into the machine's BIOS setup, key around and make sure the motherboard recognizes your DVD or CD drive and your hard drive. With a Fry's down the road, I regretted not just buying everything at the store itself from the get-go to to make returns easier.Give yourself lots of time. check my blog July 24, 2008 Whack Brain Puzzeled Hey there..

the main part I don't have confidence in. List Of Components To Build A Computer February 9, 2009 venomireland I can't believe I have to keep posting but more stuff keeps coming up, I will only post this when I (hope) to have asked all questions If you don't, then you can pretty much pick up any $50 ATI or NVIDIA DVI video card and it will work perfectly fine for your needs.

Haven't decided yet.

And was there a need to buy any extra cables? April 9, 2009 Robert Reed I mean windows XP Home Edit April 10, 2009 PS I have one question: Is this a new OS disk? I assumed my hard drive would work (it did, but it was an IDE drive, which I wound up replacing with a faster SATA model), I hoped my video card would Reddit Pc Master Race Thanks.

Once you've chosen the processor, you'll need to examine the specs to figure out what type of motherboard you'll need. If Windows doesn't have your drivers built-in, you obviously can't access the internet to download the latest ones, so those discs can help you out. May 24, 2008 The Geek @Eric: Good catch… The reason I wrote the line about warranty being important was from personal experience over the last few months :-) I actually bought http://windowsrefund.org/build-a/building-pc-need-advice.php Choosing a video card hinges on the following question: Do you play PC video games?

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