Help me build a computer.

Discussion in 'Computer Science & Culture' started by Norsefire, Dec 10, 2007.

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  1. leopold Valued Senior Member

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    i posted a PC building tips site in post 13.
     
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  3. cosmictraveler Be kind to yourself always. Valued Senior Member

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    Well you wanted advice on what to use or buy and if you don't like what

    you see then you should try and find what you need on your own. You still

    have not answered a few peoples question about how much you want or

    have to spend on a good PC so that would benefit us a great deal. Good

    luck on your pursuits.
     
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  5. darksidZz Valued Senior Member

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    You ain't buildin dat for the same price, lier
     
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  7. draqon Banned Banned

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    liar is a very strong word sarksidZz...don't wield it unless you are absolutely sure the person is truly that which you describe them as.

    Every country has different deals...as I said earlier in Russia it is cheaper to buy parts and assemble them by yourself, meanwhile in USA it is cheaper to buy a deal.
     
  8. John99 Banned Banned

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    I used to love buidling PC's, even for friends but there really is not much benefit. The more you spend (usually) the better system you will get. That is tghe trick to buying ready made systems because there are ways manufacturers to go cheap on some components.

    The best part about building is you can choose the motherboard which is really the main component to consider.

    I reallly like this site for parts:

    http://www.frozencpu.com/
     
  9. John99 Banned Banned

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    yeah, that is correct. OEM can be sold by retailers direct to consumers.
     
  10. leopold Valued Senior Member

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    6. What is the difference between OEM product and Full-Packaged Product (FPP)?
    ANSWER. OEM products are intended to be preinstalled on hardware before the end user purchases the product. They are “shrink wrapped” and do not come in a box like the retail products do.
    download.microsoft.com/download/4/e/3/4e3eace0-4c6d-4123-9d0c-c80436181742/OSLicQA.doc
     
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  11. leopold Valued Senior Member

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    not without the hardware.

    If it is an OEM Microsoft Desktop Operating System (such as Windows XP Pro or Windows XP Home), then it must also be sold only with a fully-assembled computer system as well (as of September 1, 2005), just like OEM server and application software.
    http://blogs.msdn.com/mssmallbiz/archive/2005/06/06/425681.aspx

    so, all you people that bought OEM operating systems without the computer are in violation of the law.

    MICROSOFT WILL JUMP ON YOU !
     
  12. Dr Mabuse Percipient Thaumaturgist Registered Senior Member

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    i admire your dedication to remaining in a state of ignorance...

    it's at least refreshing to see someone so fully committed to a thing...
     
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  13. leopold Valued Senior Member

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    i've backed up my claim with a direct link to microsoft.

    either back up yours, or shut that ammonia hole of yours.
     
  14. leopold Valued Senior Member

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    reported for trolling.
     
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