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jhaydel

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Hey guys, Im new to building my own computer, my current one was made by a family friend back in 06 that only cost me 1k for entire thing from scratch (so I imagine just rebuilding one from the ground up is best way for me to go).

This time around though I have a job and can afford one thats a bit better (id like to mainly play games/watch media on it) although I could save up for it to purchase all at once, in my head I was thinking about spending 350-400 each order then research for the next parts (ordering 1-2 parts at a time and slowly build it).

Is this a good way to approach this or should I just order it all at once? and if it is witch parts should I considering ordering first? My guess would be motherboard and case but after that im not sure witch could decrease most in a months time and so forth.

Anyhow after I get some feedback ill probably do some research and ask u guys witch is better in your opinions on the parts and so forth, thanks for the replies in advance.

-Jacob
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Order it all at once. If you buy in bits its pointless because the technology moves so fast in this game. What you buy today is effectively obsolete within a month anyway.
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