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kidnova

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Can anyone recommend some reputable custom PC building sites. I'm looking to order a custom PC, but I'm not technically savvy enough (nor do I have to time) to build one myself.

Also, everybody was predicting huge price drops on AMD processors after the Conroes were released on the 24th, has this in fact occured?

Thanks for your help.

Edited by kidnova, 26 July 2006 - 10:12 AM.

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Yeah AMD prices have dropped although they have dropped unofficially for about two weeks as alot of places just dropped the prices in anticipation.

Where are you, location determines what places/sites you can use.
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I'm in the good'ol US of A. San Antonio to be precise.

Also, seeing as how I'm not a powergamer or multimedia professional, will I see much of a performance difference between an AMD 3800+ HT and an AMD 3800+ X2? I understand the need to get the AM2 mobo for future upgrades, but I'm not sure if I need the dual core or not. Thanks again.

Edited by kidnova, 26 July 2006 - 11:39 AM.

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