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Old 09-01-2006, 01:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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all prices are in euros just want to make sure i have everything correct sorry its in greek but the specs are there:


conroe 329
mobo 201
ram 202
dvd burner 39
hdd 67.5
some 450 or 500w psu (suggestions for companies? around 50 bucks im looking for)
case 77.77
gfx (temp as im waiting for dx10) 68
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PSU - ANTEC, OCZ, Coolermaster, to name a few... Forton is another one.. but make sure you get something that has at leats 18+ Amps on the +12V side... prefer something in the range of 25-35A
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Only $50 for a psu. You should put more like $70 for atleast a good one. And just like nukem ANTEC, OCZ, Coolermaster are good names.
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Old 09-05-2006, 02:18 PM   #4 (permalink)
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will this 450w psu work?

and can someone with some knowledge (even though its in greek im sure one of you knows the components) tell me if everything is compatible?

edit: ive also changed my gfx card to the 7300

and besides what i listed should i get anything else? i.e. a heatsink for my cpu or gfx card? better fans? arctic cooling (the gel)? plz leave suggestions! thanks again!
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bump. sorry but before i buy i wanna know if everything works
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Yes, it will all work togethor.


Nukem - I have a budget PSU with dual 12v rails, 14A on both, and it sucks balls.

Just goes to show that no matter what the numbers are, it should be from a GOOD brand or it will be crap.
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