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Old 06-17-2007, 12:19 AM   #1
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hello yeah im not great at choosing parts know as motherboard and etc to build a pc my budget is 1,000 and i need help in choosing the parts so pls thanks bye.

PC Case
Hard Drive
CD-ROM Drive
Processor
Processor Cooling Fan
Motherboard
Memory Modules
Power Supply
Video Card

i guess those are the parts my budget is 1.000 thanks bye need help which parts to build the best pc for 1,000 and something thanks bye around 1,000 and a little up bye
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Old 06-17-2007, 12:23 AM   #2
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Does that budget include monitor, speakers, keyboard, and mouse?
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any body else getting anonnyed doing this
someone should just make one big stickey thread for picking out parts for a build
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Old 06-17-2007, 12:50 AM   #4
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What's so annoying about it? If you don't like doing it, just skip over it.

The problem with a sticky is every build is different. Everyone has different needs and wants when it comes to a computer so there is no cookie-cut computer that will work for everyone.

Plus the sticky would need to be updated virtually weekly, and that gets to be a pain.

Oh, I forgot to ask earlier, You say you want a CPU cooling fan. Do you plan on over-clocking? If not, decent ones come with the processors so we can cross that off the list.
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honestly i think u should always go 3rd party
just to keep every thing nice and kool
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Default Re: need help in choosing parts to build a pc?

If he gets a Core 2, though, that keeps relatively cool on the stock cooler. Even when OC'ed.
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any body else getting anonnyed doing this
someone should just make one big stickey thread for picking out parts for a build
http://computerforums.org/showthread.php?t=56231

guess no one apperiates the fact that it takes a couple of hours to build each pc. i dont get why people dont look at this before they post. yes every pc is always there own choice but i put those up there to start out. notice i dont choose a mouse or keyboard. i leave these kind of things up to the buyer. maybe he wants something else added so he makes a change to it here there. but most people like infamy dont know where to start. that gives them the building blocks to start picking out parts.
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Default Re: need help in choosing parts to build a pc?

1,200 or 1,300 for the case and etc not including monitor, speakers, keyboard, and mouse and umm.. i think yeah a cpu cooling fan or w/e is great thanks
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