Buy your own PC


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Buy your own PC

  1. 1. My Purpose I designed my PC for gaming. Some of the parts were expensive. The more expensive parts came with pros and cons.
  2. 2. Graphics Card Sapphire Radeon HD 6850 960 Stream Processor PCI express 2.1x16This particular graphics card was given a four out of five rating on, but was priced at only $140.00.
  3. 3. Motherboard/CPU combo andCase 2x240 pin memory slots Maximum memory supported: 8GB Integrated dual core E-450, Radeon HD 6320 GraphicsFinding this rather inexpensive ($120.00) motherboard/CPU combo was surprising for its 5 out of 5 rating. •Rosewill FBM-01 -Case •Dual fans Micro ATX. •Mini Tower •$30.00
  4. 4. Monitor Acer Widescreen LCD monitor Original price $130.00 Price I got it for $80.00 Savings $50.00 18.5” screen
  5. 5. Extra Accessories Keyboard/mouse comboThe keyboard is a standard USB plug in, but the mouse is an Optical mouse and even though they are together only $10.00 they are of a good quality. Headset plus microphoneThe headset is not a requirement if you are into gaming, but since most online games incorporate chat it is a good thing to have.
  6. 6. Cooling System Evercool SB-RV Lubricate Rocket V system cooler, with integrated heatsink 1800-2600 = 10% RPM 40 CFMIt is easily installed and adjusted as needed. It is cheap at $13.00
  7. 7. Finale Costs and GoodDeals The Monitor was the best deal for an individual component, with a rebate value of $80.00 from the original $130.00 The cooling system and memory storage were very cheap and made integrating these parts very easy with there wide range of compatibility and adjustments. Finally, the best deal was not having any shipping costs! I had no shipping costs because I bought all my parts from Grand total $789.88