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I have a pentium 3 kicking around think its like 900mhz or so was from a gateway with Mobo if you want ill send it to you no ram though just pm aim or e me
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mobo=$24.12
cpu=$29.00
cooling=$9.98
ram=20.98
hd=45.63
psu=19.88
A+B+C+D+E+F=149.59
can you get it cheaper!!?
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post #13 of 14
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Originally Posted by burnstudios
maybe he doesnt have that kind of money man. not everyone does.
i think he came here to get the most out of what he has
At a certain point, spending the little amount of money you have on obsolete parts is not a smart move. Better to save the money until you can buy newer stuff.....the older stuff gets more expensive as it gets out of production.
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Thanks for the newegg parts, General, but I can actually get some of those for cheaper, at least the HDD and the RAM anyway. If I'm going to buy a new computer, I need help as far as the motherboard, and power supply. I've got two spare cooling systems, and one pcu (but I don't so much trust that one, I'll buy another more than likely). The stuff I don't know much about is the mobo, cpus, and pcus. I'll make a new thread when I get things figured out. Thanks for the help!
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