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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
Will you marry me?
I wish I was PaintSplat's. alt. account.
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.
At 1/20/10 09:43 PM, Atgod88 wrote: On a related note, my new Alienware Aurora has been delayed from delivery a third time
Get your money back as you've clearly been ripped-off
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