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Welcome! This thread is now named "Computer Building."

Please tell us about your computer projects past or present!

Also I'm building a link-menu here which will also be used at Computer Learning when completed.

Best to All -- Josh
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116I can't speak for the community, just for myself... The first thing to consHeywood40-6 hours ago
115Thanks Josh. Post 100 was not on purpose however it does make a statement aboutVendit™-7 hours ago
114Congratulations on the 100th post! goldworldnet-yesterday
113LOL... Glad your picture shows a rubber mallet, which is a much more delicate togoldworldnet-yesterday
112Laptops are a jigsaw puzzle trying to get everything to fit, even for manufacturPMS Witch4yesterday
111Laptops are a jigsaw puzzle trying to get everything to fit, even for manufacturVendit™2Tuesday
110The laptop form-factor is too tough a build for me. Laptops are a jigsaw puzzlgoldworldnet1Tuesday
109This sounds like too much DD since I'm completely dark in building laptops, Intelim1Tuesday
108That's less than $1kUS which isn't extravagant for a computer. It'goldworldnet-Monday
107YepSI Ron (Soup Nazi)1Monday
106I'm not an OSX user, but how does the Mac community feel about this? Apple goldworldnet-Monday
105Here's a link to recommended motherboards (and other components) for HackintHeywood402Monday
104Previously, you mentioned $1300 for a PC build. Was that Canadian dollars? I&#goldworldnet-Monday
103I'll never build an OSX PC either, but an interesting thing from videos, is goldworldnet1Monday
102I saw your post earlier but just now got a chance to watch the video. I can thVendit™1Monday
101This guy redesigned a Lenovo ThinkPad to run Mac OS X, which I don't have exgoldworldnet1Monday
100I’ve owned a number of desktop computers over the years but found myself really Vendit™2Monday
99Here are some performance charts on the 95w FX-8370E and 91w i5-6600K. I'vegoldworldnet-Monday
98I was thinking about going with AMD but I've only had unfortunate experienceIntelim1Monday
97It's a solid unit for the price. Here's a Jonny review jonnyguru.comalvik1last Saturday
96I've bought several of those EVGA 500W power supplies and they have been vergoldworldnet-last Saturday
95y/w - here's a link to Canadian suppliers. This build uses approx 125W so I alvik3last Saturday
94Alvik's list is a good one. The big advantage of the i3 is being able to upggoldworldnet-last Saturday
93Thanks Alvik, Very much appreciate that you took the time to do this. It gives mMagpie1last Saturday
92Good selection and that ASRock board is very upgradeable. [graphicgoldworldnet-last Friday
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