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Can anyone recommend their favorite website that maintains an up to date "best bang for your buck components to build your own pc" article. I recall coming across an excellent site where they listed the components for 3 systems (low, middle, high end) but can't recall the site.

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I would suggest HardForum the community there is always talking about the latest and greatest hardware, they point out hardware deals and are all pretty helpful.

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I'm also a fan of the [H]! –  MaxGeek May 22 '09 at 23:14
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I am a fan of PC Part Picker. Makes it very easy to find compatible boards with different CPUs and has a lot of filter options.

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Tom's Hardware reviews all major components of PCs. They have charts dating back years and also provide price / performance charts to rate equipment.

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This looks interesting, for benchmarks at least:

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/default.aspx?b=2

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