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    Question Lf good site for custom build!!!

    Hi,
    Im new to that site and im willing to buy a new custom gaming pc. After a few years of wow and some other games , i need a new pc. Im using a satelite laptop now.Now i wanted a Desktop pc for more power and less lag.I need nice site that i could do a custom pc ( a really good one ) at a cheap price.

    Thanks

    Btw first port here

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    buy a no O/S system from Microcenter \ newegg... thats the cheapest pre built your going to find

    or just BYOPC =]

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    Arrow

    i would like to thanks you so much for replying and help me in my adventure of buying a pc =D.What os would you put in that no os build ?? and is it the cheapest website ?microcventer ?

    Thanks you so much :P

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    And in fact...im not that good in building you own pc... i would like to have a pc pre -build and cheap...

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    newegg and tigerdirect have great prices on Prebuilts ...

    if the prebuilt has 4 gb of RAM , i recommend either XP 64-bit or Vista business and up 64-bit..

    the problem i have with a prebuilt , is they have crappy components.
    and sites that build custom pcs are wayyyyy overprices..

    try this site,
    http://magicmicro.com/
    http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...CatId=31&name=

    and may i ask what your budget is?

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    Where are you located PChells? (if you don't mind me asking) Perhaps there is someone here that is local to you, that might be able to personally lend a hand.

    The proces is intimidating, but doable, as evidence by the numerous members here who completed their builds before even getting a drivers license. Some have even broken records.

    How much do you want to spend, and what are your goals for the computer? Even if you do not build it yourself, it is good to be able to figure out what you need, price it out, and compare to quotes you get from builders.
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    thx alot to all respond me !!! my location is in quebec and like...my budget is like 700-1000$ and have a good cpu to play games.I play wow and some others game of blizzard.And i want a good to not to just got the requirement for my games...I want a good cpu - 4gb ram and a good video card so ..

    thanks to help me !!!

    Have a good day ?!!!!

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    Yes thanks for re^pond me i said in my last meeage 700-100$ =D :/ thx

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    pre-built and cheap don't go together.
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    Get a Dell for $400. Then add a Video card for $100. You are done, and it will play WoW just fine.

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    ill buy my pieces separely and build with a guide ,so my budget is 70-1000$ Do you guys think that this will be good enough.?

    thanks!!

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    If your main goal is to play WoW, then you can build a PC from scratch for around $400-600.

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    Yea, that budget should be fine. NCIX.com or newegg.ca are good Canadian online retailers for components.
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    well i want to stay with this system and not just play wow ... If i could play more games after a few years . i will be happy !!!

    thanks!

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