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Originally Posted by robert c james;12158674 
his dime not mine

Than why not let him choose? If its his money all you can really do (realistically) is guide him.

Saving $300 is pretty significant, that's like an SSD, 2600K or an extra video card for SLI/CFX.
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post #12 of 25
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and right now cyberpower has the Bill ME Later option where u can spread ur payments over 6 month,

but i go with build ur own machine, but if not they have good people working there
So does newegg. They also have a preferred account but that isn't applicable for this thread. Apparently his/her kid already has the money saved up.
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He'll learn more if you/him build it together. Education is more important, even if you waste a few hours choosing parts.
    
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nah, they are overpriced and use lower quality parts
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He would not be able to mount the mb without superglue
his ductape licence has been revolked
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Their motherboard choice is crap, their power supply choice is crap (Want something decent? Here's a Corsair, at more than retail price), their case choice is usually mediocre, and cable management is adequate at best.
post #17 of 25
so i just built my computer on cyberpower , my sig rig, and i just selected the 360mm rad cooling system which is way cheaper then what spent, and it came out to 2400$$

i spend 1600$
THATS ALMOST 800$$$ DIFFERENCE I MEAN COME ON THATS FREAKING REDICULOUS



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... i had 1 but i fried it.
EPIC FAIL... i had a Cyberpower UPS. --

in this case Build one your SELF.
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post #19 of 25
also that link to the pc at walmart..

Graphics Type: ATI Radeon HD 5450

gpu is absolute crap if he wants to game, that gpu is better for a HTPC or someone who plays facebook games
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pre builts are usually cheaper than custom made computers unless your making a really expensive server or something. but you can just go to one of those websites where they basically "make it for you" and you choose the parts.
    
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