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the start of my next build


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andrew brunner

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Im just started thinking about building me a new computer. I dont know when ill get it build, hopefully soon.

so far i have the mobo and the cpu pick out(these may change)

this is the cpu click here



and here is the mobo click here




what do you guys think
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Troy

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Hi there,

The motherboard link takes me to a 404 page error, perhaps you might want to double check that and edit it?

I'm just wondering what your uses of the computer will be? Why do you want a new one? And of course, what's your overall budget for the system?

When you say you don't know when it's going to be built, does this mean like two weeks? Two months? Two years? Technology changes rapidly, so our recommendations for now will change in the near future.

Cheers

Troy
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andrew brunner

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here is the new mobo link

http://www.newegg.co...N82E16813131013

i use it for mainly gaming and movies,

im going to try to keep it under $800, and im hoping to build it soon. but it will prob be later than that.


i already know how much it can change in little time so the cpu, and mobo i have there isnt set, it just what i would get if i were to get it now.
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i already know how much it can change in little time so the cpu, and mobo i have there isnt set, it just what i would get if i were to get it now.

Hi there,

If this is the case I suggest you wait until you have a more definite time when you are ready to build. Otherwise we're just going to be wasting our time making you a good build, and then you come back in two months time and we'll have to change all the parts around. It's purely out of politeness that I suggest you do this, as we all are volunteers here.

Other than that, for your budget, the only thing I can recommend to you now is to read up on our Mid-Budget Build.

Cheers

Troy
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