Bought a lot of used parts so i was able to build this pc for under
Great build but you prob should have gotten a G32258 and a cheap B85 or H81.
but look at the price.
its only 40$
Not that I argue with this build, it is decent for the price but the extra $20 for the G3258 would have been well spent. Also allowing upgrading to the current i5 and i7, still a good build and I would assume half the fun was tracking down the parts.
great prices, great parts. However, you did overpay on the PSU, I got it for half the price, new. +1 great peripherals.
I realized that i put the price that i paid for it way to high on there i just guessed and realized i gotten my friends PSU's price confused with mine. It was actually around 40-50
very very nice prices. +1 from me
I used to have that cpu. I think it was pretty good for 100 bucks, for 40, you got an AMAZING cpu.
+1 great build!
awesome prices on really good parts! When I built my pc I honestly didn't trust used hardware. Have you encountered any problems?
Nope they were all my friends old parts!
I'd have gotten one of the newer pentium chips, would have probably given you similar or maybe better performance. Plus you'd have upgradability.
What happened to your cooler?
The only thing I neglect about this build is the PSU
. CSM 450 is so cheap now. for half the price.
It looks as if you're cooler is slightly crooked...
Nice build.... but like others have mentioned... why is your cooler crooked?
I asked my friend he said that's the way it's always been like, still works don't worry!
Haha, alright, just checking to see if the cooler was doing it's job of cooling! :D
Is it the grumpy way he talks ? Or the grumpy way he walks or he only likes to tinkle in the woods...............The way to fix a fixer upper is to fix him up with with you.