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    The beauty of building a PC (or getting someone you know to do it for you) is that you can save some serious cash by picking all the components yourself instead of purchasing a prebuilt setup.
    It's possible to put together a decent PC for around $500, and that includes mouse and keyboard, and this build is ideal for anyone who only needs to do a few tasks on Windows. If you don't play games on the desktop and just want a cheaper computer for office work, this is a build for you.

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    11-28-2017 10:20 AM

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