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Several companies sell barebone sets, to which you add a cpu, memory, and drives. Has anyone ever done this, and saved money?
 

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Yeah I 've seen these but they cost like 700$ for the kit, its just cheaper to buy a new one and get the benifits that the company offers, although from personal experiance buying a "broken" laptop form some one who might not have the know-how to fix it or off ebay is the cheapest way I've seen.
 

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I am not sure what the other posts have run across but I saved a lot of cash and major brand BS building my own... If you are not computer savy to a rather large extent I would certainly say play it safe and buy a prebuilt. If you know what you doing though... save your self the cash and build something your own...
 

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Originally Posted by TildenThorne

I am not sure what the other posts have run across but I saved a lot of cash and major brand BS building my own... If you are not computer savy to a rather large extent I would certainly say play it safe and buy a prebuilt. If you know what you doing though... save your self the cash and build something your own...

Could you elaborate a little? Where'd you get what?
 
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