confusedpenguin wrote:In my experience with building PC's for people, is you will probably end up being their tech support. I would just get them a prebuilt namebrand system with a good warranty. That way, they are not bothering you or holding your responsible if something fails, and they can just count on the company's warranty to get it fixed. Trust me on this one. You don't want to end up being bothered by people, especially and in-law, for free tech support or liability.
mattshwink wrote:As for using a prebuilt, I had gone there myself, but what pushed me away (and continues to do so) is that the SSD upgrade will push the price up to $200, which is the same price I can build me own for.