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FPS Creator X10 / this computer looks great will it work

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Posted: 28th Nov 2007 18:47 Edited at: 28th Nov 2007 19:41
will this work with fps x10 it looks good to me can you see any faultshttp://www.aldi-stores.co.uk/uk/html/offers/2867_4288.htm
new link should work

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Posted: 28th Nov 2007 19:47
sorry for the double post but this is because i what people who tried to see the computer b4 (wrong link) to have another look )at the right link)

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Posted: 28th Nov 2007 21:03 Edited at: 28th Nov 2007 21:07
Yeah, it will work. But my one is better and I got it for half that price. Admittedly, I bought the parts, and used some bits from my old PC (monitor, case, etc) but adding up all the money I spent, it came to about £350. The only thing one my PC that is worse is that I only have a 250gig hard drive. And I dont have a HD DVD reader or anything fancy like the TV Tuner or HD audio. But even so, adding those to what I spent wouldnt take it up to that price.
Try www.novatech.co.uk, that's where I got my parts from.

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Posted: 28th Nov 2007 21:14
thanks is it easy to build a comp from scratch im a newbi to that

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Posted: 28th Nov 2007 21:24
it gets easier all the time, your best bet is to buy a barebone system and build from that as they come with instuctions on how to do the rest then you jusy bung in the windows CD, and when thats done every other CD that came with the parts.

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Posted: 28th Nov 2007 21:27
thanks i will defo look into it

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Posted: 28th Nov 2007 21:54
Look on the Looking for a New Computer? thread I just made if you need some direction.

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Posted: 29th Nov 2007 15:47
thanks

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