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Posted 31 December 2006 - 10:48 PM
Posted 01 January 2007 - 02:38 AM
Posted 01 January 2007 - 08:10 AM
I would but the real problem with that is that I can't type the exact specs and the problems I'm looking for are really specific such as whether the PSU has enough power for the motherboard and whether the graphics card needs extra power from the PSU (meaning it needs a 12v thing) and really in-depth stuff because last time the problem ended up being that the motherboard couldn't support a CPU that had dual-core and the motherboard couldn't support a PSU that didn't have exactly 12v so I had to return it for one that could support a 24-pin power connector and a 12v x2 CPU.
That is a lot of windows\tab to open. Could you just type in a summery of the parts.
Edited by nyiddle, 01 January 2007 - 08:11 AM.
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Posted 01 January 2007 - 10:59 AM
No you can't put the wishlist link without it first being shared, so I need to wait for it to become shared since it usually takes like 24 hours for some stupid reason. Otherwise I'd just post that, but for now the separate parts will have to suffice.
I'm in the shopping stage myself,but have not yet pulled the trigger.
A previous poster mentioned all the windows to open,but there is a shortcut.
Go the the newegg "wish list" link,put it there,and then simply supply one link here.
On a related subject,I comparison shopped Tiger Direct,Computer Geeks,and Newegg,and including shipping to me,Newegg seems to have the best prices on everything-except monitors,where Tiger has the lead,if you are willing to go through the rebate process.
(*smile* I apologize for that last sentence.)
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