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    Posted: 23 May 2008 at 10:05pm

While browsing some options for purchasing I've noticed I have more options than I know what to do with. It's been quite a few years since I last bought a PC, and I'm finding myself a bit behind on most of the latest hardware.
Is it possible to select a combination of components that will not be compatible?

If I were to customize one of the weekly specials could I inadvertently create a configuration that would have issues?

Thanks in advance for any help!




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Yea you could actually, they have some safeguards in place but you may pay for ethernet 10/100/1000 and your motherboard already have it or two of em.  best to create and then call.
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10-4... The configurator gives you some whacky options sometimes. If you're lucky they will call you to tell you something isn't compatible. I selected a fan upgrade on my case not knowing there weren't any available fan slots. Yeah, I'm still getting charged for those.
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