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Old 06-15-2008, 06:04 PM   #41 (permalink)
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Wow discontinued?

ok, buy the AM2 X2 3600+ of Tigerdirect, and get that board of Newegg
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well get the 780g open box on newegg.. its like 50 something dollars
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would the 380w antec PSU be enough to run the x2 3600+ and a 8800GTS ??

Newegg.com - Antec NSK4480 Black/ Silver 0.8mm cold-rolled steel construction ATX Mid Tower Computer Case 380W Power Supply - Computer Cases

and also, the openbox doesn't come with accessories... won't I need the cables and driver cd and stuff ??
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+1 for the x2 3600+. Doesn't even have any specs on the psu

edit: I believe thats really pushing it
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lol... Integrated PSU... bad sign... no PSU specs, because wattage doesn't matter (Where did the noob myth of wattage is all that matters come from?)
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" High-efficiency 380 Watt ATX12V v2.0 Active PFC power supply"
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antec psu with 34 amps... good enough i tells ya

earthwatts is nothing bad yo... antec case.. antec psu, open your eyes ya'll
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Gimmick... they'll say anything to get you to buy something..

but 17 amps each on the 12v Rails is fair, however I recommend finding that case without the PSU and buy a new one separately, because if you want to overclock both, you'd be really pushing it
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awesome thanks...

now I wish newegg still sold the 3600+ ...

What should I do about the open box special mobos.... don't I need the accessories ??
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Depends on the person... usually they tell you that, so that you're prepared to not have the accessories

usually most people will give back the accessories and IO Shield Plate, some don't

Worse come to worse, you can just buy the parts, but its really likely you'll get most of the necessary stuff
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