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Well, you should atleast watch him and learn something, maybe one day you will do it yourself. Thats the way I learned, just watched my dad build his one, next comp we brought, he helped me build it, finally I build my own these days.
I know what you mean about being short tempered, I damaged a few floppy drives and cases when I was learning how to build. The damm floppy connectors seem to go both ways, so only way I knew if it didn't work was when Windows boot floppy didn't work. By then it was probably too late for the sloppy drive. Needless to say, since then I have always let someone else install the floppy drive.Life is complex, it has a real part and an imaginary part.
i want to thank you for all your help and ill post back on this thread after i get the money (my birthday is in 2 weeks 2days) and order it
i have the poll there for a reason ::vote!!!::
11-23-2005 #15Originally Posted by crashandburn0420
Now, take a look here for other 6600's from newegg . Out of these ones, I'd personally recommend this albatron or this asus.
Originally Posted by crashandburn0420Life is complex, it has a real part and an imaginary part.
im just wondering what are your specs for your computer?
11-23-2005 #17Originally Posted by crashandburn0420
AMD Athlon XP 2000
Some ASUS mobo based on nForce chipset
GeForce2 Integrated video (I had another card, but it died).
and 30GB hard drive, I salvaged this from older computer to save $$
Oh and a DVD burner and separate DVD drive.Life is complex, it has a real part and an imaginary part.
for those of you who voted no; Do you want to maybe tell why, thats kind of the point of the question?