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Old 04-05-2006, 06:23 AM   #21
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Building is not hard at all, you just need to make sure that the parts you buy are compatible together. Once built you will just need to set any Bios settings that need changing and install your OS. I built my system for about $2500 and some of the prices have gone down since then. Just check my specs in my sig for parts I used. My rig is very fast with no problems and it doesn't require much tweaking if your just going to leave it stock. I suggest getting your parts online, they tend to be alot cheaper.

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Default Re: Build a Computer

Originally Posted by Moonlight
Crabby posted two hard drives, one for storage, another for gaming/windows, could someone please tell me what this actually does and how its supposed to work.

One is for speed, it load extreamly fast! The other is just for storege were speed does ont really matter

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