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Old 04-09-17, 05:15 PM
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I'm not exactly an "expert", lol, but I've built a few 'puters over the years. Don't be in too big a rush, do your homework first. Start with the basics, like a case with good airflow, and a good power supply, with a warranty. I also think Intel & Nvidia is the better choice, they each have a better track record over the last several years, which also means more money is spent on development. Get a good mother board, from a well known company, and you'll be able to skimp a little now, on RAM, video card, etc, if needed, then upgrade those parts later, if needed. The most important things, like I say, are the power supply & motherboard. Everything else can start out slow, and get upgraded later.
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