Help a computer noob out? building new comp

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  1. Meoveryouok

    Meoveryouok New Member

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    That link doesn't work for us
     
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    Basically if you're ognna buy prebuilt from there I'd go with an X2 Processor. ASUS motherboard, Corsair memory, X-Connect PSU, SATA HD, NEC DVD+-RW, 7800GT

    Fucking enjoy.
     
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    PeacefulAnarchy You get one for the money, two for the show, three

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    The X-Connect is about as high quality as a sparkling new Yugo.

    http://www.techsunny.com/.sc/ms/dd/1032987946/9/nc/ee/2450/PowMax%20X-CONNECT%20SILVER%20TITANIUM%20500W%20POWER%20w%5E2FUV%20CABLE%20KIT

    It was even listed on PowMax's site for a while. PowMax is the epitamy of cheap-ass cases and power supplies. Even PCChips 1990's motherboards were more reliable and higher quality than the shit PowMax puts out. I mean, shit, at least their fake cache 486 boards worked for more than two months.

    Get something that doesn't suck, like a ThermalTake, Antec, or Sparkle.
     

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