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avoid static e
by samer on Mon 23rd Jun 2003 12:48 UTC

Touching certain parts or areas in the RAM or CPU chipsets may conduct some static elecricity from the fingers and body, so avoid that,OR everything will be Spaghetti. The mobo CPU options may dictate what CPU you will have to install, so decide first on that.Aluminuim cases if avialable are cooler, lighter and heat friendlier.And your finger are always safe in them (no pun)
Your average usage will help you decide how high end the other component should go.Asus motherbords are handy if you want auto detection when you first switch the beast on.But if you are into geeky overclocking go for ABIT or Gigabyte motherboard.