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OT:LCD for computer/PS2 (Building computer for 7yr old)?

Discussion in 'AMD Overclocking' started by Top Secret, Jan 23, 2005.

  1. Top Secret

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    This NG is a good source of technical knowledge so I though I'd ask here
    first.

    The time has come to build my 7 year old a computer using some of my present
    computer. That way I can justify buying new stuff to the wife. I will
    probably go with Amd64 3400. Asus MB, 2GB ram, 200+ GB hard drive and ATI
    Vid card. (He gets AMD 2100+ and ATI 9800 Pro, 1GB and soundblaster audigy
    card). Hopefully connected using wireless G, but wondering about pre-N.

    Anyway I'd like a flatscreen LCD that will work with a playstation/xbox and
    a computer. Or do they all? Is there such a thing? I hope so, it would
    save alot of real estate on a desk.

    Thanks.

    RT
     
    Top Secret, Jan 23, 2005
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