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Thread: New Feature: System Builders Guide (SBG)




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    Default New Feature: System Builders Guide (SBG)

    We are often asked what type of system to build for a particular amount of money. Since it’s hard for us to reply to every question, we’ve decided to launch our “System Builders Guide” feature or SBG for short. It’s a new section on TweakTown which will be updated every month or so (depending on releases of new products) with our recommendations on what parts you should buy to build a system based on three different budgets.

    We are covering budget (The Avenger – under $800), mid-range (The Executioner - $800 - $1500) and high-end (The Slayer – No Budget). All prices are listed in USD and prices are sourced from Newegg.com, probably the most popular online retailer in the United States and they stock a lot of different brands and models.

    For more information, please visit - http://www.tweaktown.com/sbg_intro.php

    Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot
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    Tweak Town Pty Ltd

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    Default Re: New Feature: System Builders Guide (SBG)

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Tweak
    We are often asked what type of system to build for a particular amount of money. Since it’s hard for us to reply to every question
    Not hard, time consuming. Takes time out of Battlefield 2 for me...

    You ought to specifiy that those are gaming systems, because that's certainly not a guide for non-gamers. There are certainly some changes I'd make, but overall you've done a pretty good job. The only thing I'll mention now is the choice of PSU for the second system. I'd really hate to see someone get a DFI nF4 Ultra and not overclock it, and I'd really hate to see them try to overclock it with a 350W PSU.

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