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Old 10-21-2007, 12:17 AM   #11 (permalink)
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vernog good set up too but I was hoping someone else would notice he chose a 1066 mobo and a 1333 proccessor...
i did realize that.. so did Blitersety which is why he recommended the p35-ds3l
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thanks for the replies. didn't notice that i picked the 1333/1066 combo =\

As some people stated, i'm on a low priced budget. Basically, it looks like this is the setup i'm going at. any final responses?

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get this case
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thanks for the replies. didn't notice that i picked the 1333/1066 combo =\

As some people stated, i'm on a low priced budget. Basically, it looks like this is the setup i'm going at. any final responses?
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wheres the PSU!!! your being cheap by using the stock PSU

also i'll delete all the unnecessary stuff....

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Newegg.com - Rosewill RP550 ATX V1.3/ EPS12V 550W Power Supply 115/230 V CSA, CB, TUV, FCC, UL - Retail
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the active PFC version is $20 more
Newegg.com - Rosewill Stallion Series Dual Ball Bearing FanRD550N-2DC-SL-SLV ATX V2.2/SSI, EPS 12V 550W Active PFC Power Supply-SLI Ready, Auto Switching/90-264V UL, FCC, Chormed - Retail
but since your on a budget the other will also do fine
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thanks for the replies. didn't notice that i picked the 1333/1066 combo =\

As some people stated, i'm on a low priced budget. Basically, it looks like this is the setup i'm going at. any final responses?

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Well in your cart you've got 2 different CPUs, 2 different mobos, and 2 different sets of RAM.

Delete the Corsair value select,the micro atx board, and the e6550 and it will be all straightened out. Also don't forget about the soundcard like I and a lot of people have said, you don't really need it unless it's a personal preference.
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