Well, as some of you know, I am building a comp for my friend. I became so jealous, I decided I had to out do him. So, I picked out all of my parts, and plan on buying after x-mas. How does it look? haha, why should I even ask...of course it looks great...ASUS A8N-E Socket 939 NVIDIA nForce4 Ultra ATX AMD Motherboard - Retail BFG Tech BFGR78256GTXOC Geforce 7800GTX 256MB GDDR3 PCI Express x16 Video Card - Retail ASPIRE ATX-AS550W-BK ATX 550W Power Supply - RetailAMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ 1GHz FSB Socket 939 Dual Core Processor Model ADA3800BVBOX - Retail CORSAIR XMS 2GB (2 x 1GB) 184-Pin DDR SDRAM DDR 400 (PC 3200) Unbuffered Dual Channel Kit System Memory Model Twinx2048-3200c2pt - RetailWestern Digital Raptor WD740GD 74GB 10,000 RPM Serial ATA150 Hard Drive - OEM
Ya dont have to be on the bleeding edge of technology to have a fast computer. Just some words of wisdom. You will pay hundreds for a few frames on the bleeding edge.
He probably knows that, no need to try and 'teach him a lesson':rolleyes:
Now now, spending money you don't need to is always worth it to out do your friends.
Haha, well, I will have a better comp then him, he is only getting an Athlon 64 +3700 San Diego, a gig of ram, a EVGA GeForce7800GT, and an old 7,200rpm hard drive, mine will be better, not by that much, but it will still be better.
You say he ONLY hsa a 3700, 7800 etc. Thats still a mega pc
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lol. i just bought a AMD 3700 and it is a KILLER processor. the only reason you will notice any difference between the 3700 and the 3800 is that the 3800 is dual core...i would wait out for the dual core prices to go down and for their L2 sizes to go up. i am plently happy with this 3700 and doubt it will need an upgrade for a while.
you should prolly, since you seem to want to go all out on everything, check out the Abit Fatlity mobo (with SLI if you want it incase you're a Nvidia fan).
i have a Abit AN8 Ultra that cost me 10-15 dollars more than that ASUS you're lookin at and this baby came with a surround sound card. (but no mounting screws) good choice none the less.
i have an Aspire 500W power supply and the difference i see between them is your fan is on the bottum, blowing into your case. i'd really commend getting some fans to keep that air moving or find another model that has fans blowing your PSU's heat out of your PC rather than in.
how much will that be running you?
morgsterHe probably knows that, no need to try and 'teach him a lesson':rolleyes:
Thank you old wise 15 yr old boy. :lol:
Ha ha ha ha........Your not funny. Im not the one who is trying to be wise, ha ure only 19!
well, since I ain't getting an sli mobo, should I switch my gfx card to this? ASUS EAX850XT/PE/2DHTV/256 Radeon X850XT PE 256MB GDDR3 PCI Express x16 Video Card - RetailWill get back to you about the psu, thx. Well, here is the psu I am looking at nowASPIRE ATX-AS600W-BL ATX12V/ EPS12V 600W Power Supply - Retail