Question GT5694

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Instead of dropping money into a prebuilt, you might as well get an entry level system(if it's for gaming). The issues accompanied with a prebuilt is that the front panel connectors aren't labelled so adding a new board(although labelled on the board side), isn't labelled on the wires.

How much are you looking to spend, where are you located and why are you upgrading?
 
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I've been upgrading this PC for years. I've changed it to a AMD Athlon 64 Dual Core because I found out that they are faster it you're not doing a lot of multitasking. About the only thing original is the Motherboard which is stopping me from upgrading any more. I'm around Detroit. I was hoping to keep it below about $300.
 

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