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Joined: 01 Nov 2015
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    Posted: 01 Nov 2015 at 2:22pm
Good evening!! Apparently I found out later the contest Confused But just wanted to share my Asrock AMD-configuration, this PC I have a little over five years ago.
This is the second pc that I have since had a 1600 with an AMD Duron, Socket 462. To which burned her mother who was a ECS and had to upgrade.
Then buy a navy computer then no one knew that assemble parts it was better to buy a gun. This too had a mother ECS and Phenom X3 8650. The mother lasted only one year because the lead clean and burned :) had to buy another mother and then the best value for money I found the Asrock N68C-S UCC because it had support for DDR2 and DDR3.
After you buy the video card Sapphire HD3450 to play some games.
And even now it continues as the first day. What it gives tranquility to remain loyal to the brand.

As I am from Argentina here the hardware is very expensive, therefore you can not be updated every so often as one would like, unfortunately.
My pc is composed of:
CPU: AMD Phenom X3 8650
Motherboard: Asrock N68C-S UCC
Plate Video: Sapphire HD3450 512Mb PCI-E
Drive: WD Blue 1Tb
Memory: 2Gb DDR2 667 Kingston
Keyboard: Logitech K120
Mouse: TteSports Theron Smart Plus
Cabinet and generic source.

As I said in my country the hardware has a very high cost.
I plan to update it with the following:
ASRock Fatal1ty FM2A88X + Killer, Argentina Value: 220USD
AMD A10-7870k, Argentina Value: 273USD
Kingston 16GB Hyperx Beast (2x8Gb) me the win in a contest :)
A cooler and the summers are very hot here.
A good source of real power of 600W with certification.

Well that is my present and my future pc. As I said before you wanted to comment as my current pc and how difficult it is to upgrade the hardware due to the high cost that they have in my country.

I leave you some pictures that you take my current pc (Sorry for the quality of some Smile)

Greetings from Argentina!!!

* Translated with Google Translator *

Edited by Rickypro25 - 02 Nov 2015 at 1:27am
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