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He should have waited. If he did, he would have had a much larger budget for his computer. Anyway, many of these parts were brought in from home. The video card was found in the basement many years after a cousin has left it in our house. His RAM came free with his motherboard, which was a nice deal. Right now, we can't take the screws off on the mobo so we can install the aftermarket HS/F, which is a real nagger for my brother. The machine will be primarily used for gaming and schoolwork. When we searched the monitor's price up, it was from 2005 and valued (back then) as a hefty $450+ monitor. He had already owned his Cyborg V5 keyboard and the Razer Naga mouse.

Note: This computer's price may be misleading.

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  • 81 months ago
  • 1 point

I dont really get what you mean, he had most of the parts at home, but if he waited he could have went with a better, larger budget ?

I dont know what most parts were, and what he purchased, but i would suggest changing the GPU and PSU, in case changing the CPU, and maybe, the Mobo, is trouble for you, cuz the whole build looks kind of old.

  • 81 months ago
  • 1 point

He could have earned additional cash to put onto his build. I insisted he do that, but he wouldn't really listen. These are pretty much final, he might upgrade his GPU later on though.

What I meant with the "parts at home" thing was that we basically scavenged for PC parts in our basement, closets, etc. and used what we could find. The build looks old because it used old parts.

  • 79 months ago
  • 1 point

Why the APU? It's not very powerful it's for low end builds for light gamers, should have got An Athlon X4 or i5. Anyway nice build!

  • 79 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks! My brother changed things around for some reason after I gave him the list of things to buy. It was a budget build, and I had initially had the Phenom II x4 965 listed for him. i5 would have been to expensive for his budget.