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Buttersnips

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Hi I am looking to build off of existing parts i currently want to upgrade my CPU motherboard and power supply I currently have a Nvidia Geforce GTX 560 ti graphics card, A SATA 6 Western digital hard drive 1 terabyte-WDC WD10EZEX 00KUWA0 ATA Device, DVD drive is an ATAPI iHAS124 B ATA Device And 2 GB sticks of Ripjaws RAM
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iammykyl

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Gday ButtersnipsPosted Image
Please let us have a little more information so we can best help you.
What will be the main purpose for the computer?
What case are you going to use, brand/model?
What licence ver OS do you have, Full Retail, OEM, one supplied by Dell/HP, downloaded from the internet? Please give full details.
Can you give the speed of the RAM? How many sticks? how many GB on each stick?
In what country will you be purchasing parts.
What is your budget.
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Buttersnips

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The main Purpose will be for playing online games
I'm not sure what the case is called
I have windows 7 ultimate downloaded from internet
I know that I have ripjaws ram each stick is 2gb They're blue I'm not sure where to check speed
I live in canada i guess i could order from the states or canada
My budget is around $400 First thing first i need to upgrade my power supply before i do anything then i can upgrade motherboard and CPU
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Gday.
Sorry for the delay.
Is your computer not working at the moment? Is your PSU faulty?
What MB do you have and what CPU?
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