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Cypher871
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Originally Posted by kiro the avenger! View Post
And cypher, when I tried to piece together the awesome PC that you designed, some of the componants weren't there, or rather I couldn't find them
Such as the case off the top of my head
I have just been back through the build Kiro and I found all the components I mentioned. The case is actually the first one in the list mate.

If there is a scroll bar on the section you are currently choosing items from make sure you scroll down to see what other components are there. The speakers section also has the mouse and keyboards on it. The power supply section has the fans on it etc etc.

To be honest with you, the savings you will make by building a pc yourself are fairly negligible. If your not really into building pc's and have even the slightest doubt leave it to the professionals...you will get a system that is ready to go, thoroughly tested and still relatively cheap without the worry.

The only thing I would add to the build, (and I completely forgot about it) is a good AV package. In my professional opinion stay away from both Symantec/Norton and McAfee products...they install a lot of crap that slows a pc down.

My recommendation would be F-Secure Internet Security 2014 - I use it myself, its simple and effective, cheap AND you can try it free for 30 days.
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