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Old 06-29-2004, 10:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What do you guys think this is for a business computer. So far this is the plans for it. Going to build about 4 so i want to make sure they are good.

CHENBRO Black Micro ATX Screwless Desktop Case with 200W Power Supply, Model "PC40522-BK" -RETAIL
Item# N82E16811123030
$46.00


Intel "D865GBF" i865G Chipset Motherboard for Intel Socket 478 CPU -OEM
Item# N82E16813121193
$87.00


Intel Pentium 4/ 2.4B GHz 533MHz FSB, 512K Cache - OEM
Item# N82E16819116140
$129.00


Kingston ValueRAM 184 Pin 256MB DDR PC-3200 - Retail

Item# N82E16820141425
$43.00


SONY Black 1.44MB 3.5inch Floppy Disk Drive, Model MPF920, OEM
Item# N82E16821103116
$10.99


Western Digital Special Edition 80GB 7200RPM IDE Hard Drive, Model WD800JB, OEM Drive Only
Item# N82E16822144122
$65.00


LITE-ON SK-1688A/B Standard Black Keyboard PS/2 104keys -RETAIL
Item# N82E16823107119
$5.50


AOpen O-75B Optical Wheel Mouse PS/2 /USB -RETAIL
Item# N82E16826156004
$8.00


SONY Black 52X CD-ROM, Model CDU5211-BK, OEM
Item# N82E16827101121
$19.00



Microsoft Windows XP Professional with Service Pack SP1a - OEM
Item# N82E16837102143
$141.00






Tax: $45.75
Subtotal: $ 554.49
Shipping & Handling: $21.00
Grand Total: $ 621.24
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P4 2.26 ghz, Intel d850emv2 mobo, 768mb of pc800, sony 4x dvd-rw, teac burner, nvidia ti4600 graphics, enermax 330watt ps
4 silent uv fans, cold cathodes in full tower antec case, round ide cables

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P4 2.8ghz HT, 512mb ddr, Intel KD865gbfl, onboard video, raidmax case, blue cathodes, round ide, loomed wires, 4x dvd burner, wd sata 80gb hard drive
Intel d865perl, 2.8ghz northwood, antec sonata, wd caviar 20gb, Corsair 512mbx1 for now. 380watt psu, ati 9600, dvdrom cdrw floppy in black too match case
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Old 06-29-2004, 10:33 PM   #2 (permalink)
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That sounds like a great business comp, why even bother with 2.4 ghz cpu's? unless you are doing graphic design, graphs, or anything else visual, I would say a 1.8-2.0 is sufficient..
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Old 06-29-2004, 11:14 PM   #3 (permalink)
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okay thanks. what about the 2.26 here i think this is the one i got in my own pc still. its cheaper then the 1.8

http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduc...116-142&depa=1
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4 silent uv fans, cold cathodes in full tower antec case, round ide cables

SOny vaio 2.66 ht ghz modded into raidmax case with green cold cathodes.
P4 2.8ghz HT, 512mb ddr, Intel KD865gbfl, onboard video, raidmax case, blue cathodes, round ide, loomed wires, 4x dvd burner, wd sata 80gb hard drive
Intel d865perl, 2.8ghz northwood, antec sonata, wd caviar 20gb, Corsair 512mbx1 for now. 380watt psu, ati 9600, dvdrom cdrw floppy in black too match case
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Old 06-29-2004, 11:17 PM   #4 (permalink)
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nvm what abou tthe 1.8a lots more people bought and were satisfied on newegg
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4 silent uv fans, cold cathodes in full tower antec case, round ide cables

SOny vaio 2.66 ht ghz modded into raidmax case with green cold cathodes.
P4 2.8ghz HT, 512mb ddr, Intel KD865gbfl, onboard video, raidmax case, blue cathodes, round ide, loomed wires, 4x dvd burner, wd sata 80gb hard drive
Intel d865perl, 2.8ghz northwood, antec sonata, wd caviar 20gb, Corsair 512mbx1 for now. 380watt psu, ati 9600, dvdrom cdrw floppy in black too match case
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If you have an option of going 1.8c then go for it. most stable out of the a-e series pentiums.
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Looks good, but I don't know about the 200w you should be around 350w minnimum. Good Luck.
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Well then can anyone reccomend me a good desktop mirco atx case? Besides the antec at 100 bucks.
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4 silent uv fans, cold cathodes in full tower antec case, round ide cables

SOny vaio 2.66 ht ghz modded into raidmax case with green cold cathodes.
P4 2.8ghz HT, 512mb ddr, Intel KD865gbfl, onboard video, raidmax case, blue cathodes, round ide, loomed wires, 4x dvd burner, wd sata 80gb hard drive
Intel d865perl, 2.8ghz northwood, antec sonata, wd caviar 20gb, Corsair 512mbx1 for now. 380watt psu, ati 9600, dvdrom cdrw floppy in black too match case
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Get a shuttle, they are compact and great for business cubicles.
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Old 06-30-2004, 02:54 AM   #9 (permalink)
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I thought about them... but they are too big. And also the cases wont fit where the old computers are now. All the counters and work stations were built kind of around the computer so only a desktop style will fit. These are for sales anyway, like at a counter in a show room just running point of sale program and parts lookup program. 4 Computers do this, but theirs like 6 more that are different places.
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4 silent uv fans, cold cathodes in full tower antec case, round ide cables

SOny vaio 2.66 ht ghz modded into raidmax case with green cold cathodes.
P4 2.8ghz HT, 512mb ddr, Intel KD865gbfl, onboard video, raidmax case, blue cathodes, round ide, loomed wires, 4x dvd burner, wd sata 80gb hard drive
Intel d865perl, 2.8ghz northwood, antec sonata, wd caviar 20gb, Corsair 512mbx1 for now. 380watt psu, ati 9600, dvdrom cdrw floppy in black too match case
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I don't think a 200W PSU is sufficient for your specs.. might wanna get 300+
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