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Old 03-13-2006, 04:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ive got a presario sr1620nx that ive upgraded beyond beleif.. i got an xfi pro a samsung 21" an x800 gto.. 2 gigs of corsair... 1x160 gighd.. on a sempron 3400+.. yea i paid an as2load more for the goodies than the pc itself.. well i wanna trasnfer my mobo and everything else into a thermal armour case.. the case is sitting in my room.. is that compaq m,obo proprietary? or can i fit it in there. any tips would be helpful thanks/.
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Sempron with X800/3Gigs RAM???


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i agree , having all of those with such a slow cpu is ridicules , and i cant possibly understand what you need 3gb ram for. probably just a big waste of money , as for the question according to hp site (hp & compaq merged long time ago) the mobo is MSI MS-7184 (Micro-ATX: 24.4cm X 24.4cm) standard matx form factor will fit in the case you asked about
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The wires for the front led's such as the harddrive and power on might not fit but otherwise it looks good.
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it runs like an amd 64.. i cant see a difference.. but who could with 3k of ram.
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Lol i have myspace too. I'm not sure if your mobo will fit, it probably will. You should change the cpu and sell 1 gb of ram. - charlie
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i agree , having all of those with such a slow cpu is ridicules , and i cant possibly understand what you need 3gb ram for. probably just a big waste of money , as for the question according to hp site (hp & compaq merged long time ago) the mobo is MSI MS-7184 (Micro-ATX: 24.4cm X 24.4cm) standard matx form factor will fit in the case you asked about....

battlefield2 runs well with 3 gigs. very well.
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