But it's not built yet and and I have to wait until sunday
and I have up to 1 TB of memory (more than I'll probably ever need)
And I went with 8 GB of Ram (because when I get around to making the larger animations, I'm going to need plenty of it)
And a pretty good deal on a mother board / Procsessor Combo that has pretty decent on board graphics (certainly better than what I have now)
And I have some fans for cooling the thing, a heat sync for the processor
Also It's a dual core processor so I can indeed multi task
And the case I got for it actually come with a free 400V Power Supply already built into it which saved me like 60 dollars or something
And because everything was on sale it only came out to about $360 (the cost of my current computer at walmart), though I owe 400 because my brother spotted me the money (intrest I need to pay off I guess) and he's the one who's going to be building the thing, and I figure like $5 goes towards gas expense or something since he also drove me up there
I currently don't have a Graphics card or a Sound card. The graphics card I can get at a later time and when I do i'll finnaly be able to get a dual monitor setup like I've wanted for like ever, but I don't think I really need a sound card. Onboard sound is working just fine for me for my drawing and light PC gaming needs...
Best part is that I can actually upgrade my computer as time goes on now! I did decide to go with some of the more expensive options as a way of future-proofing the thing. For instance, 500GB for about $50 or 1 TB for just 12 dolars more when normally it wuld be about 30 dollars more. Of course I decieded to spend the 12 extra dollars for double the memory.
Also, I went to the part of the store with all the input deceives and I am still disappointed with their lack of graphics tablets, They had some new Intuos tablets, and some stuff form adesso that I already have, actually, including my current tablet. I do like that Wacom decided to make the Bamboo line exclusive for touch devices and rename the existing line of "bamboo" tablets as part of the new Intuos line. It makes it less confusing and easier to search for.
though I did see some sort of bluetooth laser pointer pens with a capacitive stylus tip (i guess for power point on Windows Tablets or something) and some large touch pads for Mac computers... I wonder how well that would work as a sort of tablet?