I've been wanting to replace my entire computer for sometime now and it is only last week that I got help from my cousin in determining what would work best for my needs with the budget I had in mind. I honestly have no clue when it comes to hardware, so obviously I need help in that area. Cousin told me to just assemble parts instead of buying the whole package, since it would cost less and I would be able to choose the exact specifications that I like, as well. So we looked for a price list online. We found one and looked at it, compared prices, and chose a processor, a motherboard and a RAM module (plus a casing) that is all I need initially to get a faster working desktop. We haven't looked at monitors yet (I want a more energy-efficient monitor) , but I have been eyeing a 1TB hard drive that costs under $100. I know that means I have to copy all my files from my old hard drive, so as early as now a sync software is called for. I have a lot of important files that I can't live without so it's essential that I copy them all to the new hard drive when I finally purchase it. Cousin lives in Bulacan and is a lot closer to Gilmore (where we want to buy the parts) than I am, so he volunteered to buy them. I hope he can have it delivered to us through a courier. Or, personally come here to deliver the purchases himself, so that he can attend my nephew's baptismal on the 14th, as well.