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I want a modding computer, so I can mod some games (Oblivion, Minecraft, GTA 4 etc.). My budget is $500 to $800. Can you guys think of some ideas?
    
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Do you mean play those games with mods, or create mods for those games?

Either way, that has nothing to do with a computer case lol.
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Do you mean play those games with mods, or create mods for those games?

Either way, that has nothing to do with a computer case lol.
I meant making mods.

Also, I didn't really know where go post this XD
    
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Your sig rig looks perfectly fine. Is there any reason not to use it?
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Your sig rig looks perfectly fine. Is there any reason not to use it?
Yea, cause I don't have my sig rig fully done
    
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post #6 of 8
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I meant making mods.

Also, I didn't really know where go post this XD
Hey no problem, but yea your sig rig is more than enough for any of those games.
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don't put it in your sig unless you own it
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don't put it in your sig unless you own it
yea, it just causes a lot of confusion.

Well, do you have any of that stuff yet? Or at least some kind of kb/mouse and monitor, or any thing else that you can carry over to this new build?
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