what is a Barebone system
Typically case, power supply, motherboard.
One that comes with motherboard, psu, processor and RAM and very little else. Take a look at novatech.co.uk for details.
on the novatech.co.uk web site what would be considered a good buy. are there any advantages to buying a barebones system.
Plus of course you have to put them together. Take a look here to get an idea. Click on Bundles. click here
The advantages of a barebones system is that it allows you to pick a motherboard and processor to your specs that are guaranteed compatible then you can chose other pherephials (ie grapics card sound card) that you want kopite
I think that strictly speaking, VoG™ is correct in his description of "barebones".What might be more useful is what I suggest - partly built systems with motherborad, case, psu, ram and processor. After that you can add as you wish.I would seriously consider Novatech except for the fact that they have only 300W PSUs and when I asked, said that they wouldn't upgrade.Jal do have good deals and I am looking at them at the moment.
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