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How to Build Your Own PC - Save A Buck And Learn A Lot
Original Author: Charlie Palmer
Edited and adapted with permission by Charles M. Kozierok
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Version 1.0 - Version Date: May 4, 2005
Adapted with permission from a work created by Charlie Palmer.
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