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N88TR

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#1 11 years ago

I just want to know if these parts are compatible...thanks a bunch.

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arcadeplayer987

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#2 11 years ago

Yes those are compatible but get MSI Neo2 P35 instead because is much better and believe me I know what i'm talking because I own it. Here is a review MSI P35 Neo2-FR Review - hosted by Neoseeker Note that the price is the same.




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#3 11 years ago

Yes, they are all compatible, and it should be a really good build. Nice selection.




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#4 11 years ago

n88tr;4088916I just want to know if these parts are compatible...thanks a bunch.

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Yes, they are all compatible, and it should be a really good build. Nice selection.

[quote=arcadeplayer987;4088937]Yes those are compatible but get MSI Neo2 P35 instead because is much better and believe me I know what i'm talking because I own it. Here is a review MSI P35 Neo2-FR Review - hosted by Neoseeker Note that the price is the same.

MSI is alright, but Gigabyte is definitely a lot better. Also, the Neo2-FR is now 119.99, 50 bucks more.




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#5 11 years ago

EpicLoad;4088962Yes, they are all compatible, and it should be a really good build. Nice selection.

MSI is alright, but Gigabyte is definitely a lot better. Also, the Neo2-FR is now 119.99, 50 bucks more.

the difference between 119.99 and 96.99 is 50 bucks?? damn, this maths!!!.




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#6 11 years ago
arcadeplayer987;4088937Yes those are compatible but get MSI Neo2 P35 instead because is much better and believe me I know what i'm talking because I own it. Here is a review MSI P35 Neo2-FR Review - hosted by Neoseeker Note that the price is the same.

You know what you're talking about when comparing two products because you own one of them? If you really think about it, does that make sense?

Anyway, P35 boards are generally excellent but I'd certainly take Gigabyte over MSI if that was what I had to choose from (I like abit boards personally).




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#7 11 years ago
arcadeplayer987;4090885the difference between 119.99 and 96.99 is 50 bucks?? damn, this maths!!!.

Yeah, sorry, I guess I've forgotten simple math after a semester of Calculus.




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#8 11 years ago

The motherboard I want, it's less than $100. Does that mean anything, like less quality? I just want to make sure it's a good product... New link because Newegg doesn't carry it anymore.

Also, it's probably paranoid, but I found this, a bundled package of all the parts I initially listed, for a few dollars less. Is it ok?