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amoreelitesoldier

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#1 13 years ago

Hey guys, I now have the $ I need for my new computer! :D :D :D I checked everything many times for compatibility issues, but haven't seen any yet. Can any of you technologically-inclined dudes check it out please? I'd really appreciate it. pleased.gif Motherboard Processor Memory Hard Drives (for Windows and games) **two of these utilizing RAID 0** Mass Storage Drive (for pictures, videos, music, and everything else) Video Card Sound Card DVD-ROM/CD-RW 3.5" Floppy Drive Case Power Supply Does anything look like it won't work? If I'm unsure about anything, it's the compatibility with the power supply/motherboard; mostly if the video card will be able to have it's own independent power. :uhm: ... Thanks a lot for the help. smilie.gif




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#2 13 years ago

It all looks good smilie.gif That PSU should have enough connecters to easily hook up that X850, btw, nice computer! :naughty:




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#3 13 years ago
RemanWarbirdIt all looks good :) That PSU should have enough connecters to easily hook up that X850, btw, nice computer! :naughty:

Thanks for the input. :smokin:




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#4 13 years ago

HOLD ON..... make sure you get a NEW VERSION 90nm 4000+, it'll be a bit quicker and should OC better




amoreelitesoldier

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#5 13 years ago

eekx.gif Oh ... I'll check newegg, but could you give me a link please? THANKS




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#6 13 years ago

90nm 4000+ Costs about $15 more than the one you have selected. Honestly though, unless you are planning on overclocking, the only difference between the one you have selected now and this one is the temp it will run at. Speed wise they should both be about the same.




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#7 13 years ago

Which one runs cooler? I'm not planning on overclocking anything on this computer; I don't think I'll need to. smilie.gif I've never OC'd a processor, and I don't want my first try to be with a chip that's $480. lol




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#8 13 years ago

hey, we all fry $800 stuff sometimes:p Just make sure you can make it look like an accident if it does happen;)




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#9 13 years ago
amoreelitesoldierWhich one runs cooler?

The 90nm will run cooler.




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#10 13 years ago

^ awesome, is it available yet? or is it "to be released" ?




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