I wonder if Newegg will ship to your location, or if there is a simiar site in your location.
One thing that is hard for Americans to realize is just how much more expensive computer parts are in other parts of the world. I know that if you want to buy a new computer part in Canada, your likely to pay 40%-60% more for the same part.
I can figure out how to build a PC on a tight budget in the states, but overseas it gets tricky. I don't know the sites to visit, and I don't know foriegn currency, and how tarriffs and other things affect the price of the products in that overseas country.
I can tell you though that you should probably give us your current stats, and how much you want to upgrade.
For example, I was running a 700mhz Athlon in the years of 1999-2002. In the fall of 2002 it died, and I was on a tight budget. I bought one of the cheapest processors I could, a 1.3ghz AMD Duron. It only cost $30 USD. Of course the new processor was socket A, and I had a slot A board. So I bought a new mobo, and Abit NV7-133R for $60. Then I needed new ram, because my old ram was not DDR, so I bought 128mb of PC2100, for about $40. My video card was the most expensive part, because I had to buy it local. I did not know that I was going to have to replace it. I paid $70 for an ATI Radeon 7200. I saw it a month later online for $35.
I ran that system for the next year and half, and it worked out pretty good. This January, It started to go because I accidentally left a wire resting on the heat sink fan. So, last month it finnally died. I replaced all the main components, CPU, mobo, RAM, for about $230. Now that
is getting by cheap!
I'm now running at the fastest Althon XP speed of 3200+, with some overclocking
. I have 4x the amount of RAM I had 2 years ago, and it operates at almost twice the speed. My mobo has a great sound sysem built in, the SoundStorm.
I could have gotten by a lot cheaper than that, if I had wanted to. I could have, for instance, bought a slower processor for half the cost, about $40. I could have gone with the standard NF7 instead of the NF7-S, and that would have saved me about $20. All in all, I could have upgraded my system for about $50-100 less than I did. But, that's here in America. Prices are much higher in other countries.
Let us know what your current system specs are, and if you have a budget in American dollars.