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SectoR

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I am new to building a computer.

I already have a really cool, triple fan clear blue neon top and side case with temp. and all. It was 65$

What I am looking for is a good comp setup to play the newest games.

Anyone know where I can find the cheapest prices on comp. compnents?
My budgest is limited to $450.

What I am looking for:
P4 2.2Ghz+ Proc. and ATX mo/bo combo and maybe ram with it of atleast PC3200
A good vid card of atleast 128mb that will fit any mo/bo
A 52x CD-Rom drive
And atleast a 40GB HDD
And a cheap mouse/keyboard set

Any help appreciated.

Thanks.
-SeCtoR
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HI
There is a lot of sites you can look at
www.newegg.com
www.3btech.com
www.tigerdirect.com

but I would really look into going with an AMD chip they are a lot faster then the intel you could go with a Amd Athlon Xp 2500+ barton it would out run the P4 2.2g
This is the one I have it and I love it.
CLICK HERE
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Thanks man. I apprciate the info.

-SeCtoR

PS - So the 1.83Ghz AMD 2500+ would out run an Intel 2.2Ghz?
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