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chris82

I built a new PC

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AMD Athlon 4000+ Processor (@ 2.4GHz, equivilent to a 3.8GHz Pentium 4)

ATi Radeon x1800GTO PCI-express GDDR3 Graphics Card

Kingston 1GB PC3200 DDR-RAM

250GB SATA3 16mb cache Western Digital hard drive

16x DVD-ROM/RW/CD-ROM drive

10 USB Ports

Gigabit ethernet

500watt psu

I turned these parts:

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into this:

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newcompel6.jpg

newcompfrontdh4.jpg

Runs awesome, assembled in 4 hours. Windows XP Pro SP2.

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Dude.. Nothing special..

People build their own PCs

They just don't want to buy the expensive ones that's all...

I use build them too..

All you need is the

main board

Hard Drive

Graphic Cards

Other stuff that you want

and a case..

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Thanks for your comment smart ass.

You bumped. And didn't even have a worth while comment. He never said building it was special. But go ahead and post your stuff if you think it's that great.

Edit: you forgot CPU

Edited by Jace

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Putt, you dont know the first thing...

I challenge you to build a pc with just:

a mobo,

a HDD,

a graphics card,

and a case.

Can't...?

How do you think computers turn on, oh they have a power supply...

Oh, and good luck without RAM...

And good luck without fans. Is that a computer, or a microwave, it'll be so hot in there, i just cant tell..!

Sorry, i cant hear your feeble insults, because i forgot my sound card!

Oh, no my computer has no software because i have no Optical Drives....

Point made? i think so...

:lol:

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Sound Card is intergrated in your MoBo.

But you made your point, yeah :)

And you don't HAVE to have a case. I saw someone without a case. His cooler was working with liquis nitrogen. Overclocking to the Max FTW :D

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