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Office Computers. Boring I know.

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So I've been commissioned to build 4 computers for office use. I would like to keep the price at $300-$400 each. Will be used for Outlook, Word, Quickbooks, Excel, just regular office stuff.

CPU: Just good enough to run a couple low resource programs at once.
GPU: Whatever is included with the CPU. Shouldn't be using anything graphic intensive.
Mobo: Cheap but good quality Micro ATX or Mini ITX Prefered
PSU: Can be included in a case, but needs to be quality. 300W and up.
Case: They are to be small form factor. but a lot of smaller mid atx would probably work.
Storage: 500 GBs just hdds.
DVD RW: Should be rarely used, good quality and cheap
Heatsink: I'll probably stick with stock coolers

Any help is greatly appreciated.
post #2 of 4
Your total will be $308.93 before rebates and such >> http://pcpartpicker.com/p/19T6P

If you need anything else just ask smile.gif

Edit: The PSU is total overkill, but hey you said you want good quality.

I don't know much about Foxconn and their mobos, but I can tell you that their fans (from AMD stock heatsinks) are alright thumb.gif
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post #3 of 4
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Thanks for the reply. I'm not sure that I want a 2.5 hdd though... I'd prefer a 3.5

Also the mobo is Zotac not Foxconn... I'm not familiar with either brand.
post #4 of 4
I think $350 would be an appropriate amount of budget for the office computers. Take some quotes from computer manufacturers too.
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