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Elite Diviner
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I took a look into buying a new gaming PC (my old one's case is falling apart, and the processor is crap).
Link to the selection page:

Case:
Default

Power Supply:
550 Watts Power Supplies(Hush SLI Ready Power Supply)

CPU:
Default

Freebies:
All (xD)

Cooling Fan:
Vigor Gaming Monsoon II Lite CLT-M2LA AMD Active CPU Air Conditioner Cooling System (The Ultimate and Best CPU overclocking performance)

Motherboard:
ASUS M3A32-MVP Deluxe 790FX CrossFire Chipset with Quad PCIE slot DDR2/1066 SATA RAID MB w/GbLAN,USB2.0,IEEE1394,&7.1Audio

Memory:
Default

Graphics Card:
ATI Radeon HD 4870 PCI-E 16X 512MB DDR5 Video Card

Harddrive:
Default

Harddrive Cooler:
Vigor iSURF II Hard Disk Drive Cooling System (1x system)

OS:
Default

Free Vista Qualified Game:
Halo 2

Grand Total:
$1358

Any improvements do you think I could make without busting my allready stretched out budget?
 
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cpus fine, drop the liquid cooling and 1066 memory, and upgrade your graphics card and motherboard
 
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liquid cooling is not for someone whos already stretching their budget
 
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upgrade to the 550w psu to be sure you'll have 2 pci-e power leads for the 4870 then you'll all be done
 
Elite Diviner
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Allright. Seems like it is going to be an awsome PC.
Ordering it now.
 
Junior Spellweaver
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Just build it ur self, it will be alot cheaper, and don't say i can't build a computer it is the easiest thing.
 
Elite Diviner
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Actully, it isnt alot cheaper. I used to build computers on the side, and the retail parts are about 10% more expensive then on the site that I just bought from.
So i would be paying around 1700 for the same computer if i built it myself.
 
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