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Other than asking for help from others, is there a way to know which parts would be compatible with which? I'm quite interested in putting together my own PC, like my older brother did, however, he got someone to put it all together for him.
Also, are there any particular combinations / components you would recommend? I'm based in the UK, just thought I'd tell you in case this will limit my options.
My IBM from the 90's works fine. Sure, it runs XP like a bitch, but it still works.
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At 7/29/09 04:10 PM, bdash1990 wrote: unless you want a mac.
GOod luck assembling one of those.
I think you just answered your own question with that one...
At 5/11/59 09:17 PM, Wolverine said:
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You have a point actually. This might be worth trying for the more advanced computer user. Thanks for the info!
Some people are just too stuborn to learn. It's like they constantly think they are technologically retarded (If thats not a word then it should be) and won't listen to reason to do shit about it.
What's even more hardcore than ASSEMBLING a computer is making the physical components yourself, by cutting pieces of metal and silicone.
I love how we're still showing how good a computer is by telling how well it can run Crysis.
At 12/31/09 02:01 PM, Mendou wrote: Building your own rig is only good when you want to get some real experience with hardware, or you're a serious PC gamer.
I can't imaging me anyone ever suggesting they build their own if they just want to do light browsing and Word Documents.
i built my last computer, and it was just a simple budget machine that i used for school work and internet browsing, and some photo editing, it worked great for a couple of years then died, the computer i have no was purchased 3 years ago, still works great.
At 7/29/09 10:06 PM, Obsessed117 wrote: I don't know why anyone would buy from dell in the first place when you can go to www.ecollegepc.com
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I have the security of warranties, Dell customer service (which I most certainly don't need), and the such. But if I knew how to build a computer when I got this one, I would have befriended Newegg for sure.
On a related note, my new Alienware Aurora has been delayed from delivery a third time, even though I ordered it in december and was originally supposed to be here the 15th.
I used Dell's customy thing, so its mildly custom. I don't really care.
For my next trick, I will need a condom and a volunteer.
when i wanted a new pc, I just grabbed my 5 year old computer and wacked in a few new parts and voila its a brand new (be it ugly looking) gaming computer