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6-03-2008 @ 10:32PM
Building your own is great and all, but some people just don't want to research whether their RAM is compatible with their system board or worrying they're gonna crack their CPU core while installing the heatsink, and I can respect that. Building a system just lets you invest time instead of money, especially if you're a first-time builder. Yeah, there are warranties on all the parts, but what does an average person do when they put the rig together and it Blue-Screens on first boot? For many, it isn't worth the potential headaches, and it's not some panacea for buying a PC.
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