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Kumiko

39 months ago

Should I not buy all the parts at once in case something goes wrong? I mean, buy all but the video card. So, buy everything else, test it for a little while, then get the video card. Would this be best? I ask because in the event that something is wrong with one of the parts, I would have one less part to check. Also, I could enjoy my new system for a short time before getting the video card. (obviously no money is saved, but I have my new PC, just without the video card. Honestly the integrated graphics alone is far better than what I currently have.)

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  • 39 months ago
  • 1 point

Eh...What? Get it all at once unless the GPU is holding you back from getting the rest of the components. Just test without the card then put it in afterwards.

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