Homebuilt Computer

A homebuilt computer is a computer assembled from available components, usually commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) components, rather than purchased as a complete system from a computer system supplier.

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Homebuilt Computers and High-performance Systems
... Most mainstream manufactured computers use common or inexpensive parts such as onboard graphics and audio ... Homebuilt computers are most common among "gamers", CAD drafters, or other people who demand more performance from a specific component than the "general" demand of the average user ... slightly obsolete CPU and Hard Drive, and reallocating the cost of the computer to a higher end dedicated Video Card and/or RAM ...

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