I recently came across this site which gives detailed information about components, with charts and tables making it easy to compare performance and price of certain builds. So the next time you're looking to upgrade your PC or want to build a new one, it may be worthwhile to check out Logical Increments.
Not a hardware related question. But back in 486 days the guy who built my PC included Windows 3.0 shrink wrapped. He said he was a "licensed reseller" and got the software at less than half the retail price. I think Microsoft discontinued that program. But since they have a way of renaming the same old ketchup and putting it in a different bottle I was wondering if you had heard of something similar where people with a business LLC or INC could get Windows wholesale for build installs?
I am just curious because a kid in my Computer Repair class is under the delusion you can build systems and just pre-load Windows from a retail DVD. I tried to tell him the activations would catch up to him if he just kept on with this method.
Thanks for the link. When I a get the chance I want to do a computer room with maybe a half dozen builds networked with various OS.