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Originally Posted by ThaWaxShop
You can trust the intenets. There are plenty of reputabe sites out there. Local computer shops are usually not knowledgable about overclocking and often arent any help, couple that with a limited selection and higher prices and you have a bad desicion. Find an online site then use www.resellerratings.com to check out customer reviews and experiences so that youll get a feel for how the buisness is
Well, I might... I'll take a look around town for a new mobo before trying the internet, I'll see If I can get the mobo you reccomended ordered in by some shop around here or something...and even before I start all this, I gotta save up some exta cash, extra cash on me: about $1.45 (I keep it in a little baggy lol) because unemployment doesn't pay much, lol.
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intel core 2 quad core 2.4ghz BFG 8800 GTS OC 4 GB 452gb 
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logitech MX 518 Allsop 
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