My current computer, which is a Gateway, is about 3 years old now and not very fast. I don't even have a NIC card to get High Speed Internet. I am wanting a faster processor and just an updated system all in all. I see a lot of advertisements for new computers and low prices, but I have heard that it is cheaper to build your own. I'm not sure if I should try to build one, I would of course need step by step instructions for I have never built one before, or should I just opt to buy a new one for more money?
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It definately will benefit your bank account if you would build your own computer.
You can get the same quality as a dell or compaq All compaq and dell are popular from their names, but get in a computer and you will see a hard drive a motherboard some memory a sound card in a every computer on the planet Personally I will never buy a computer Ever since I was a kid I would take parts from one computer install on a motherboard I found in that trash bought some memory bought a hard drive and went to the salvation army and bought a monitor and built a computer from trash to be the most powerfull computer on the block.
You can go to google.com and type in " How to build a computer" and find tons of sites that will give you step by step instructions on how to build your own computer.
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Posted by Felix of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on February 7, 2003