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Old 05-21-2007, 10:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hi guys i been around reading forums for ages but came acroos a problem thought i sign up ask and see if i can help anyone one my way about it, been buliding pc for a while. heard bout new motherboard reall gd one want in new system but i cant find a suppler that well ship to the uk..

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is the system i looking o build but i cant find anwere that ships the MB to uk anyone know of anyone??

ps any changes you would make to system?
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Old 05-21-2007, 10:56 AM   #2 (permalink)
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if u want a good mobo get the ds3, msi or p5n!
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I take it you're building/wanting a s939? The Asus board is good, but their support sux a big one.

I love my mobo. It's hard to beat a LanParty. MSI makes great boards, as well.

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Chillblast :: Motherboards :: Athlon 64 Motherboards :: Asus A8N32-SLI Deluxe Motherboard Socket 939
Asustek S939 nForce4 SLI X16 ATX A L R (A8N32-SLI-DELUX)
Saverstore.com - Asus Asus R3: ATX Skt 939 nForce 4 SLI DDR PCIe SA RD 1394 A8N-SLI-DLX
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trotter what i suggested are better than the s939 arnt they?
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Not if he already has the other stuff. s939 ain't bad, but they're not cutting edge anymore. They do, however, still work.
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I would go with AM2 as the X2 3600 and DDR2 memory are cheaper than any S939 and DDR memory...
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ok ill keep that board in mind
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im looking to spend about £1000 ($1900) on my systems i have none of these parts atm so what would you suggest im looking for the fastest most furture proof pc i can get.
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ok wait to july 22nd then and buy this:

cpu: Q6600 = £170
mobo: asus p5b delux = £80 (guess)
ram: 2x1gb geil = £100
gfx: 8800gts 320mb = £180 (can upgrade to a 8800gtx but theyre around £300)
hdd: 320gb seagate barracuda = £60
psu: coolermaster igreen 550W = £80
case: antec 900 = £70
optical drive: whatever make around £20
cpu hsf: tuniq tower ultra 120 = £40

total: £700 + Vat
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kl and all these avalible in uk ?

my main supplars of parts inc ebuyer,maplins,dabs.
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