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rmalpica

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I'm in the navy and looking to build a computer for storing and playing movies on our large screen TV. I'm not looking for extravagant specs, just a computer that can output to our already installed sound system and TV.
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Troy

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Hi there,

What is your budget for this machine? How much storage space are you wanting?
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Not big. I figure about $500. I have a case and periphs. Just looking for decent mobo, CPU, RAM and video card recommendations. Not looking HD or anything. I figured the HD was the easy part. :)

Edited by rmalpica, 21 December 2009 - 10:26 AM.

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What size motherboards does the case support? Am I looking for ATX, mATX?

Cheers
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Sorry, I guess it's like pulling teeth. An ATX motherboard. I intend on replacing the power supply, if needed. It's at least 8 years old.
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