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[Case Gallery] The Ultimate Budget PC

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by BudgetPCGuy, Feb 14, 2006.

  1. BudgetPCGuy Guest

    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs:
    AMD 64 2800+ New Castle 123.00, Gigabyte GA-K8VM800M Motherboard 54.00, WD Caviar SATA 40GB Hard Drive 48.99, 1GB Corsair ValueSelect Ram 78.99, Gigabyte Geforce FX5200 128MB DDR AGP 4X/8X Video Card 34.00, Artic Cooling Heatsink/Fan 13.49, Cooler Master Centurion Case 44.99, NEC DVD Burner 38.99, NEC 3 ½ Floppy Drive 9.89, KDS 17 inch Monitor 75.99, Scythe Keyboard 5.99, Logitech Mouse 5.99, Logitech Speakers 7.00

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    Total Cost: $541.31
    Thank You New Egg!

    Runs better then a Dell. No rebates needed.
  2. zekrahminator

    zekrahminator McLovin

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    ...dude! that is one frickin sweet budget build! I mean, you spent money in all the right areas and held back where you needed to...any ideas on future upgrades? lol. I dont think it would hold up to a good round of COD2 though... :p
  3. BudgetPCGuy Guest

    Shipping was about $40.00 because I got some of the PC from a computer show. No upgrades for awhile because this computer is used by my girlfriend for surfing the web and for her digital camera.
  4. bruins004 New Member

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    I must say very nice build for a budget...I was lucky to find a lot of deals and rebates for my computer and only spent $800 (that was 6 months ago). I was going to go with the same mobo, but decided not to since its AGP.
  5. BudgetPCGuy Guest

    Thanks, it's just for the girlfriend to surf the web. She loves it.
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    Solaris17 Creator Solaris Utility DVD

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    nice build for only round $550 nice ;)
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    The FX5200 would be an area that I would look into upgrading....I owned a 5200 late last year and while it held it's own...it will not handle the demands of newer games (call of duty 2 )

    Nice budget build however!!!
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    Thanks
  9. Italy_14 Guest

    The video card is nice. Works nice. It has a heat sink instead of a fan so it's a little more quiet.
  10. wazzledoozle

    wazzledoozle New Member

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    Nice, I would have gone with a sempron though.
  11. BudgetPCGuy Guest

    I wanted a little more performance than the sempron could provide. I'm not a big fan of celerons, durons, or sempron's.
  12. BudgetPCGuy Guest

    Thanks.
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    build

    nice for the budget clean it up some and butcher the window so had to give you a three srry
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