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Did you build the computer you use or did you buy it?


If you had it custom built or bought through a store. Or whether you bought the parts and built it yourself.

 

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    James Robertson (BraidedZero) 5 years ago

    If you take care of the computer and do the routine maintenance on it there is no reason why it couldn't last 12 years!! Just keep up with virus scanning software and defragment those hard drives.


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    James Robertson (BraidedZero) 5 years ago

    Buying the parts and building your own computer is a lot cheaper. So if you spent $400 on parts that means the computer on the market is about $550 to $700. So not bad at all.

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    James Robertson (BraidedZero) 5 years ago

    Yeah that is one of the main downsides to building it yourself. If it breaks you know you have to fix it, but honestly I love that. I mean each of the parts will be under warranty, so the part is free, I just have to do the labor.


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