i am building a computer for a capestone pro. would like some in puts.. -1 reply

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Beaner666

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#1 14 years ago

i am going to go cheap but good gamer thought AMD 333Mhz FSB 512k Cache "Barton" 2500+ and a ABIT NF7-S V2 board and 1024Mb PC2700 ram a Gigbyte ATI 9600xt 128mb video card and a case full of fans.. its over all 639.99 something in that range newegg.com changes prices daily... but just wondering if you guys have other amd boards in mind that are great for over clocking and are under 110$ thanks i would love to build as cheap as i can but still be able to have a good gamer.. probly wondering way PC2700 ram i am going to use DDR333 because of the reason PC2700 ram is 333Mhz and if i could get my proc. running insinc with the ram it would hall azz.. anyways you can post below or just email some links or things you think would help me Thanks :micro:




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#2 14 years ago

That sounds good, but this would get more responses in the computer forumour. As for your specs, they should be more than enough to be able to enjoy today's games..




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#3 14 years ago

Computers = Computer Discussion Forums :nodding:




Beaner666

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#4 14 years ago

Beaner666 = NEW and thought since it was gaming computer would go under what i put it under sorry for being NEW to the form buddy




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#5 14 years ago

hmmm... www.pricewatch.com CHEAP CHEAP CHEAP

And don't buy generic memory, trust me.




Peeping Tom

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#6 14 years ago

Pht, I do. It's cheaper to replace if it's fucked up :p I agree. If you're american, Pricewatch owns newegg.




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#7 14 years ago

Here's a good board board at a good price. http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/ProductDetail.jsp?ProductCode=241098 Sounds like a pretty nice system for the price. I agree don't buy generic memory, I recommend XMS. It comes with a lifetime gaurantee! And the prices on it are excellent.




Beaner666

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#8 14 years ago

thanks all, im going with a serial ata boosts data transfer rates to up to 150 MB/sec. More flexible power tolerances allow for smaller and more efficient cables. give me a little more better air flow also in the case than the ide cables. i think i might go with the Abit KV7 board looks like its great board for over clocking with the fan on the north bridge and the over heating alarm will be nice thinking mayb 2x512Mb giel ram PC2700 and the 9600xt the 2500+ barton of course (cheapest) with 333mhz fsb and 512k cache i think i might just build it like that dont know i still got some time yet till its due cya guys in cod time thanks for the help




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#9 14 years ago

The asus A7N8X Deluxe 2.0 is a great board for overclocking and it supports Athlon cpu's up to DDR400.




mEkImIrMe

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#10 14 years ago

http://www.portatech.com/catalog/viewitem.asp?ID=7382 These are really good cheap parts. They are reliable and great to overclock.




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