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Old 08-12-2006, 01:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys im new to these forums you all look like people that know the facts

Well im stuck on a Dell Dimension Desktopn 8250 .... and im building a new PC which ill get at the end of the month my limit to money is 5500 NIS (New Isreali Shekels) im from Isreal.

Well here is the build ive made:

CPU: AMD 4600+ X2 64-Bit
RAM: 1GB of 667 DDR Corsair
VGA: Sapphire Raedon X1800XT 256MB On-Board
Motherboard: ASUS M2N-E AM2, 570Ultra, DDRII 800, PCI-E (Tell if its good)
DVD: DVD Recorders NEC 3550A DVD±RW x16 Dual Layer x8
Sound Card: On motherboard
Net Device: On motherboard
Case: Supertalent CA-601UFK Black (Tell me if its any good)

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You guys can suggest to switch my MoBo or etc.. at this site : www.ksp.co.il they have my prices and the website is in english

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Old 08-12-2006, 02:00 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You can get the 4200 x2 AM2 and save yourself some money... you can OC the .2 Ghz difference. Your mobo is pretty good. What about a PSU? Maybe??? Your case doesn't come with one.

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Old 08-12-2006, 02:08 PM   #3 (permalink)
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It doesnt come with a PSU well then ill downgrade to a 4200 and get a PSU but which one to get gimme the name cause links from that site are screwed up
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Antec Truepower. The most reliable power and name. Also that GPU isn't a very good choice if your going with an SLI motherboad. That is SLI isn't it? I'd go for a 7600gt/7900gt
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it isn't an SLI board, but with his budget, those gpus' are all "call" prices... but the PSU was an ATNEC yes... the 535W one.
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also I would get DDR 800 instead of 667
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Old 08-12-2006, 07:14 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Hey guys heres a cheap PSU i cant afford more i dont want to see how my dad reacts when i tell him over the budget by 200nis

1.Spire RockeTeer II 400W Silent (24pin) can it handle my PC ?
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Get the Antec 550w psu it is only around 80 bucks (dont know conversion). That video card is great and should last you a while.
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Old 08-12-2006, 08:15 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Here is my final PC:

CPU: AMD:Athlon™64 4200+ (Socket AM2) X2 DualCore

M.BOARDS:ASUS M2N-E AM2, 570Ultra, DDRII 800, PCI-E

MEMORY: DDR II 667 1GB Corsair

HARD DISKS: Western Digital 160GB SATA II 7200RPM 8MB

VGA CARDS: CONNECT3D Radeon X1800 XT 256mb GDDR III 2XDVI-I TV+ZALMAN VF900-Cu VGA COOLER

DVD Recorders: NEC 3550A DVD±RW x16 Dual Layer x8

CASES: Thermaltake SViking VA4000BWS

PSU: Spire SP-ATX-500W

Total: 5500 NIS exactly my budget ill be ordering it on the 8th of september
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