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Breakin Newz

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Hello all.... I have a computer I built way back in like 2000, so I think it is time to upgrade! I have not been keeping up to date with computer's that much so I have no idea what out there is the good stuff anymore sadly!

I will be Gaming and Multi-Tasking pretty much.. My budget is anywhere between $500 to $1000, would like to keep it around $800 if possible though, if not then no biggie....

I need help on pretty much everything

Motherboard
Ram
CPU
Power supply
harddrive
etc etc!

and if someone can recommend a good case that would be coo!

Thanks for any help! John
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Breakin Newz

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oh and I allready have a LCD monitor so I will not be needing one....
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Welcome to Geeks to Go!

Case
Motherboard
Video Card
PSU
Processor
RAM
Hard Drive
DVD Burner
Vista

All up comes to about $790 :)

Troy
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I'd just recommend getting name brand quality RAM and as much as you can afford and a quality PSU.
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I'd just recommend getting name brand quality RAM and as much as you can afford and a quality PSU.

...and what about the rest of it? As far as I'm concerned, all parts need to be good quality.

Did you check out the links I posted?
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