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Old 09-04-2007, 04:21 PM   #51 (permalink)
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finalized build list?
no not until i buy it. if ther is any improvements or changes u can suggest please tell me.
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Old 09-04-2007, 04:22 PM   #52 (permalink)
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finalized build list?
Gigabyte GA-P35-DS4 Socket 775 Motherboard #27305 £ 87.50 £ 87.50
Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.4GHz (775) #26581 £ 134.95 £ 134.95
Xilence 600W Gaming Edition PSU #27930 £ 39.95 £ 39.95
320GB Seagate Barracuda SATA2 16MB #23684 £ 43.55 £ 43.55
Akasa Silent Paxpower Fan 8cm #15775 £ 2.90 £ 5.80
Hyundai Premium Blue-H 22" Widescreen #27710 £ 132.95 £ 132.95
LiteOn DVD±R/RW/RAM 20x SATA #28001 £ 16.95 £ 16.95
Apollo Advance Custom Gamer-Blue #25593 £ 45.95 £ 45.95
USB2.0 4 Port PCI Controller Card #7879 £ 3.95 £ 3.95
Nvidia GeForce 8800 GTX 768Mb PCI-E Retail #27201 £ 275.55 £ 275.55
Patriot 2GB PC2-6400 C4 Extreme Performance (2x1GB) #26802 £ 54.95 £ 54.95

Cart Total £ 842.05
VAT £ 147.36
Total £ 989.41

Please criticise and tell me what i should change in this.
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The hyundai monitor and if you need more storage change your Hard drive

A better PSU would be nice and try and get Crucial ram
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Old 09-04-2007, 04:42 PM   #54 (permalink)
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imo that case is ugly... but its personal choice
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can someone post a link to that case, im curious and i cant find it
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can someone post a link to that case, im curious and i cant find it
I believe it's this one:
Newegg.com - NZXT Apollo Black SECC Steel Chassis ATX Mid Tower Computer Case - Retail
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The hyundai monitor and if you need more storage change your Hard drive

A better PSU would be nice and try and get Crucial ram
ok so monitor is not good? i do not know anything about monitors.

by better do u mean more watts?

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i copied it from the other guys build.
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Gigabyte GA-P35-DS4 Socket 775 Motherboard #27305 £ 87.50 £ 87.50
Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.4GHz (775) #26581 £ 134.95 £ 134.95
Xilence 600W Gaming Edition PSU #27930 £ 39.95 £ 39.95
320GB Seagate Barracuda SATA2 16MB #23684 £ 43.55 £ 43.55
Akasa Silent Paxpower Fan 8cm #15775 £ 2.90 £ 5.80
Hyundai Premium Blue-H 22" Widescreen #27710 £ 132.95 £ 132.95
LiteOn DVD±R/RW/RAM 20x SATA #28001 £ 16.95 £ 16.95
Apollo Advance Custom Gamer-Blue #25593 £ 45.95 £ 45.95
USB2.0 4 Port PCI Controller Card #7879 £ 3.95 £ 3.95
Nvidia GeForce 8800 GTX 768Mb PCI-E Retail #27201 £ 275.55 £ 275.55
Patriot 2GB PC2-6400 C4 Extreme Performance (2x1GB) #26802 £ 54.95 £ 54.95

Cart Total £ 842.05
VAT £ 147.36
Total £ 989.41

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thats good... might wanna look into a better PSU.. cuz i've never heard of that company.. get a corsair 520 or 620 or an OCZ PSU (not gamexstream)
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thats good... might wanna look into a better PSU.. cuz i've never heard of that company.. get a corsair 520 or 620 or an OCZ PSU (not gamexstream)
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OCZ 600W StealthXStream PSU - Aria Technology
this is a 600w OCZ PSU.
Corsair 620W HX V2 Series Modular PSU - Aria Technology
this is a 620w corsair PSU. what is it that makes it twice the price of the other two i have shown?

is 600w definately enough?

which one is the best case for me? is gigabyte poseidon or 3d aurora best?
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better brand, amperage on the 12v rail
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