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Hey geeks to go, ive come here for computer help before and you guys were a ton of help. im looking for a bit of advice on a computer build, im making a pc desktop mostly for use with photoshop. along with some personal use of internet browsing and whatever else, probly not much gaming if at all. i just want a machine that'll run quickly, i run my own small photography business and it takes me FOREVER to get through all these pictures on my [bleep] laptop, i want something that wont slow down!

price range wise im looking for somewhere between 600 and 800 canadian, ill probly be buying the majority of my parts at www.canadacomputers.com . i dont realy keep too up to date on the hardware stuff so thats why im here. any helps greatly appreciated.

edit: im mainly looking for help on the motherboard, cpu, videocard. rest should be pretty easy, i usualy prefer intel for the cpu so i need a compatible mobo, not sure what chipsets are new and what not.


Edited by bwiz, 16 January 2009 - 07:24 PM.

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