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Post 3+ Months Ago

I'm trying to get a good gaming computer.

So far i've saved up $600.24 and still saving.

the cheapest ones that are the good ones that i could find are here.

http://www.cyberpowerinc.com
http://www.ibuypower.com
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ibuypower.com is by far the best value for your
money. I know several people who have bought
from them and are absolutely happy with it.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

my suggestion would be the "little guys" in your area, you can generally get a much better deal from them then major corporations
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Post 3+ Months Ago

build your own ;) try ebay, or buy alianware, a bit pricey but great systems.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

http://www.cyberpowerinc.com and http://www.ibuypower.com are basicly the computers you will get from new egg, but they are a little cheaper. Now you dont get the fun of putting it together but you can get a nice computer. I just build the comp Im getting on IbuyPower and its about 100 more. BUt the only reason is because they dont have the 4800+ So I get the 5200+ :D for hundred bucks its worth it.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Don't buy those computers ! Those companies are rip off scam shops. Check any consumer review website and you will see they have 1000's of complaints ! I suggest putting together your own computer using newegg high rated parts . Cyberpower and the other are the same company and often send parts that are DOA or work for a very short time . There customer service is *plum* . Anyways do yourself a favor bro and save money by building your own comp !
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Post 3+ Months Ago

This guys are right cannibalise your old and make your self one. my pops did. Allthough its not a monster it does play Black and white with no problems
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Post 3+ Months Ago

i would build one from scratch, but it all matters if you know what hardware to buy that is all compatible with one another, could give you a bit headache if you get wrong parts, newegg all the way, although i purchased something from them and i think it was used, :/
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well you can always ask the store what is compatible, i think when you purchase from newegg online, they tell you what other hardware you should buy, e.g if you purchase a mobo, it will say what chipset CPU to purchase with it, that should help you
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ummm guys it's a three year old post and no longer relevant.

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