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The 21" LCD is an option... but you're going to have to pay for it. And it will cost you a total of more than $750 (but not much more). There are 14 components in the system I "built" and each one is pretty mandatory if you're going to have a computer you can use. (Unless of course if you're pulling pieces from other systems).
What? The monitors where I'm buying them are 120 each, I added that to the computers subtotal and guessed on the shipping. Not sure, really, what you're talking about.
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post #12 of 17
i know that. hes just saying he built something cheaper i dont know.
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post #13 of 17
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Confusing. I already looked over, the gig of ram threw me off. I didn't want to have to spend an extra 90 just to "good" framerates.
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post #14 of 17
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What? The monitors where I'm buying them are 120 each, I added that to the computers subtotal and guessed on the shipping. Not sure, really, what you're talking about.
Okay, fine... get the monitor. That's a great deal.

I'm not trying to flame you, I'm just trying to make sure that you have every component you need though. I see a lot of people making build threads for a predetermined price that don't have every component needed to build a complete system.

Unless you're pulling from another system, you're going to need an OS, keyboard/mouse, speakers, a CPU cooler if you intend to do any OC'ing, and a DVD ROM if you intend to actually play any games.

Sorry.... just looking out for everyone here.
    
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post #15 of 17
same here when you can get 2gig of ram for 70ish
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post #16 of 17
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Originally Posted by Choggs396 View Post
Okay, fine... get the monitor. That's a great deal.

I'm not trying to flame you, I'm just trying to make sure that you have every component you need though. I see a lot of people making build threads for a predetermined price that don't have every component needed to build a complete system.

Unless you're pulling from another system, you're going to need an OS, keyboard/mouse, speakers, a CPU cooler if you intend to do any OC'ing, and a DVD ROM if you intend to actually play any games.

Sorry.... just looking out for everyone here.
I actually have every single one of those things laying around somewhere or another. I have lots of parts, but together the equal to absolutely nothing.

Off topic, but what would preform better, 512 megs of ddr, or a gig of pci100?
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post #17 of 17
prolly the ddr
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