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Old 07-30-2010, 05:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Need Help Choosing COmponents.

Hii everyone at the end of August ill be ordering components for my new computer this is the setup I have untill now.

i5 750 @ 182
2x2 Gb Kingston Valueram 1333mhz @ 87
OCZ StealthXStream2 600W @ 70
Sapphire RADEON HD 5770 1Gb @ 150
Antec 300 @ 40


Now I still need a mobo and HDD for this system with a total of 170 -200

The HDD doesnt have to be to large something like 300-500GB is sufficient for now. And for the MOBO I dont need an high end Overclocking MOBO just a stable -kinda future proof one.

As for the Euro thing if you find me parts on Newegg for aproxx 180$ It wil be about the same, maybe a little cheaper in euros.

Thnx up ahead
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