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But like jrm20 shops are ridiculously expensive my local one charges a 30% "handling fee" for parts. And that not even installing them just ordering. Its preety ridiculous you really have to order of the internet to not get riped off. The internet is perfectly safe it is actually alot safer than using a shop on the interent no one can look over your shoulder to see your pin then dip your pocket.
I dont know any good american places to send you to for custom builds, in the UK we have some really good custom builders that can make you a pc that will knock your socks off, and you can always go pick it up yourself if you dont mind driving down to there workshops.
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I don't think you can tell how fast an AMD is by the number.
The basics: AMD Athlon™ 64 3400+ processor (2.4 GHz), 512MB of DDR SDRAM memory and a speedy 200GB 7200RPM hard drive.
The basics: AMD Athlon™ 64 3500+ processor (2.2GHz), 1GB of PC3200 DDR SDRAM, 250GB 7200RPM hard drive.

A 3400 has 2.4Ghz while a 3500 has 2.2 ?!?

Are any of these good?
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