|MadSci Network: Computer Science|
In 1996 my family bought a computer that was customized to our specifications. It was mainly for school work, had minimal internet abilities, and no sound or video card. Since then we have bought a new computer and I am planning to re-build our OLD computer. I was wondering If I need to buy a whole new "Mother" board or if I could use the one that is already in there. And if there are any other MAJOR things that i would need to buy for it to work to my standards. I plan to put in a VooDoo 3 video card, at LEAST a 16 bit soundcard, an at LEAST 128 megs of ram, and a new hard drive at least 10 gigs and prolly about a pentium 2 processor. So i dont know what else i would need but any help would be apreciated. Thanks, Michael P.S. Do you think that it would be A LOT cheaper to buy a new computer because i want this experience but dont wanna drain my bank account.
Re: What do I need to Re-build my old computer.
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