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That would fine.
is the resolution going to be terrible though? also is the price decent?
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Well I just kind of went for the $1,500 budget. There are many things here that you could change out to help lower your price. Some things would be a cheaper case, not the XXX edition of the 8800, or a different PSU. This is just another opinion.

https://secure.newegg.com/NewVersion...ryWishList.asp
I don't see that wish list of yours, could you post it again (and hopefully it will show this time?)
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post #23 of 27
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some help please?
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post #24 of 27
you may need to do a little reserach and studying before ou try to build a computer, you seem very confused so you may want to google some info on how to build a computer and look through some of the facts on this webs site, if you have any questiong you can ask them on the forum, OCN memberes will be happy to answer them. I haven't been very much into computers for more thatn about 6 months and with this site and a little self taught (with the internets help of course) I've learned a lot. Just spend a few days doing some research so you aren't quit as confused.
    
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post #25 of 27
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I think I am beginning to learn the necessities for building a computer

as far as building one goes I think that is just going to have to take place so I can learn fully what I need to do...

first time is the warm-up right? Hopefully I can do well there, haha
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you'll learn and ya, there is a first to everything and somethings have to be learned with hands on experience
    
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post #27 of 27
The best 20" monitor you can get is the Samsung 206bW, and the best 22" is the 226bW, both of which I highly prefer over a CRT (and I'm a CRT freak)
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