Have you never stopped to think about the money that we left behind in computer science for the most gamer people, well, now I found a guide that in addition to explain step by step how to set up a computerdoes not teach save on components and labour.
Those who have money coming out of their ears won't care, or even prefer to have it already. assembled and ready to play. And the fact is that by looking around, comparing and finally assembling it ourselves we can to do with real bargainsHere is the sample listing on the same page as the source:
- Antec Three Hundred €43,3
- Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 3GHz Wolfdale 119€
- Visiontek Radeon HD 4850 133,4€
- Seagate 500GB Barracuda €46,85
- MSI P45 Neo3 €79,3
- Samsung SH-S223F DVD Burner 18€.
- Antec NeoPower 500 €64.8
- Corsair 2x1GB DDR2 800 £28.8
So you see, with only €533.5 (in this case) we have a great machine to play all the latest generation games to the hilt.
And because we're so cool, we've also got a handbook (in English, but very well understandable due to the amount of images), with which we will learn how to assemble our own computer step by step. to save us the cost of assembly.
Link to the manual.
So nothing, to buy the pieces and to get fed up of playing for the money, possibly those of you who are thinking of giving a computer as a present this holiday season, this will come in handy, because of the crisis and so on, good luck!!!!