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Dear members,I am trying to buy a new PC (price doesn't matter much but no more then 2,500). These are the few requirements i want:512 RAM30 GBusb 2.0a way to connect to TV via HDMI or S-video inputsat least has windows XP home edition or media center I will be using mainly for selling item on ebay, surfing, downloading vidoes from site like rapidshare and saving to an external HD, watching anime/drama by connecting a TV, and playing MMORPG games like world of craft (but not games that require the latest graphic card etc). I won't be doing nothing like video/picture editing, burning CD or DVD or anything that require a lot of processing power.Please also let me know any other feature I should also look for. thank you very much!


ATI and Nvida both sell vid cards that let you watch T.V. or connect to T.V.s. Wether they are HDMI I have no clue, but your primary concern is buying a video card that has those outputs/inputs. Search their prospective web sites for specifics. Frankly, I'd rather build my own P.C. than buy a new one. If you want one bone cheap you may be able to buy a second hand tower (your requirements are not high enough to justify spending 2500 on a rig), with a 1.5 gig CPU and your basic requirments, than have someone install a video T.V. card for you (or do it yourself). Oh, and if you're planning on downloading videos and what not you will need WAY more than a 30 gig hard drive. Try more like 100 gigs at the very least.


Antisthenes - when I was computer shopping recently I found going through Dell or HP...at least for the low end...was cheaper than building my own. With combining coupons, free shipping, monitor & software included the price just didn't compare. Granted, I'm sure they aren't the best components, but as I said, for $600 I can replace it often.


add 20 more bucks to the price i quoted you for 1 gig ram most cheap nvidia graphics cards have a TV out. back in the day i started with the first ATI all in wonder on a pII but after so many issues with their cards and drivers i have avoided themas far as Macs no way! that is such a denial of the individuals freedom (dumbed down) by a corporation more monopolistic that microsoft you will be better building your own in the long runthe parts you can get now would not be outdated but low endif you want outdated you could always get a old pc and format it with a custom(like: eXPerience tiny2003 Vista edition) build of windows as well, i'm certain it would meet your needs with a few minor upgrades.whatever you do, 700 is the price of a very semi high end self built machine, don't spend that much based on what you require


Also, to let you know i will only be using credit card not store credit card (bestbuy,circuit city) so they won't take my credit card if i buy in store (maybe online and if i buy online how long does it take to arrive?)I also won't be saving videos on internal hd but an external seagate hds (5 year warranty) thats because i don't want to have my internal hd give up on me very quick because by downloading videos on it some of the time.I also won't be buying a MAC because it doesn't have enough features like windows, don't play many PC games and a lot expensive.From your comments, Is this the right hardwares for me (i am not purchasing the exact product but similar to it if it meets my requirements):Motherboard[AMD] Asus M2NPV-VM _info.php?part=3875CPUAMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+ AM2 DUAL CORE _info.php?part=3805RamKingston Value 1GB DDR2-667 (2x512MB) _info.php?part=4371Video CardGigaByte GeForce 7300GS 128MB (256MB shared) QUIET PCI-E _info.php?part=3783Sound CardCreative X-Fi Xtreme Audio _info.php?part=4487CD / DVD Rom _info.php?part=4479AccessoriesATI TV Wonder 650 PCI TV Tuner _info.php?part=4609Operating SystemWindows Vista Home Premium (it has windows media center)MonitorUndecided (i won't be watching videos from laptop from faraway but by connecting it to tv) should i get a widescreen or normal?should i get a tower pc or something like this: _info.php?part=3889KeyboardMicrosoft Multimedia Optical Combo (black) _info.php?part=1440MouseMicrosoft Optical Tilt Wheel _info.php?part=1654System Price: $1,406.06 (with a monitor)What must also be included in:Dial-up modem (if possible build-in not usb connected)Build-in Fax and Scan without using a fax machine (windowx vista business has it but it doesn't have windows media center so i don't want that) At least 6 Month warrantyCan play HD dvd download videosCan you also tell me if I also buy a Remote Control for Windows Media Center will it work only with windows media player or others like zoom player? Thats all i want to know so please help me out! :)


puget systems builds top notch computers. pretty sure they'll set you back more than the big name companies though. I know several people that work in the tech field that swear by them for their personal at home work. They have some sexy boxes too. widescreen monitors are nice, but not necessary. seems everyone is going that way though. would strongly suggest the 2gb ram with windows vista. I've been using vista for about 4 months now with no problems on 2gb ram and dual core AMD chip. No crash or freeze up yet, but I haven't worked it too hard (it's a home computer). Not sure about the remote control...never used mine yet. That ATI card will tune in digital hdtv for sure...video card should be able to play hd then.


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