Build a PC Building a gaming PC on a budget, need help.

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Yeah. >_>

Anyway, the computer will primarily be used for internet surfing *coughcough*, gaming, music downloading, and the other random crap I do. Also, if anyone knows of a good, cheap DSL/Satellite (cable doesn't run out here) broadband service that runs most anywhere, that would appreciated, since I'm not having any luck finding one.

Now, for what you've ALL been waiting for, Pengy/Rawk's... uh... computer? Also, all of this is from Newegg.

~Processor~

AMD Athlon 64 3700+ San Diego ($233.00)

~Mother Board~

DFI LanParty NF4 ($196.00)

~Video Card~

SAPPHIRE Radeon X800PRO ($196.00)

~Memory~

Patriot 1GB 184-pin DDR SDRAM ($126.33)

OR

OCZ EL Platinum Revision 2 ($167.41)

~Hard Drive~

Western Digital Caviar SE16 ($115.00)

~DVD Burner~

Plextor Black IDE ($45.99)

~Case~

Sunbeam Transformer ($98.99)

OR

ASPIRE X-Super Alien ($152.99)


~Mouse~

Logitech MX518 ($32.87)

~Keyboard~

Saitek Black Eclipse ($41.99)

~Monitor~

NEC Display Solutions FE772 ($164.99)
 

not_4(.SALE.)10

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i would change the graphics card to a NVIDIA because ata readeon has a problem working with AMD im not really shore weather are not sapphire readon is the same and get a big monitor i know new egg has cheap monitors that are big but what do i know

(i think intel last longer then AMD)but i have an AMD 64
get a really cool looking tower with alot of power.........
hope everything will turn out...........
 
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spartanslayer

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I'm planning on getting that case too. It has gotten really good reviews. I saw it in compusa, and it is really big! Lots of room to work in. It looks good! Hope this helps.
 
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