We're all computer and hardware enthusiasts. We all love building, tweaking, and upgrading our systems for the most performance.
That said, often times stores and other places still try to rip you off. So it's best to shop around and shop where most of your friends shop so you can have a bit of peace of mind. Online shops also provide speedy service and cheaper prices than local stores. Who shops at local stores these days anyway right?
I remember buying a stick of 32 MB of EDO DRAM way back when, for $300! Those times are gone now. After I moved on to a more powerful system, the 32 MB of EDO was still useful, in my Sound Blaster AWE 32--yep, it took memory modules.
The question of the day is: How much have you spent on your entire PC?
Include things like speakers, etc. What's the most costly part of your computer?
Was it all worth it?