I don't like the motherboard, abit failed with the AV8 which is meant to be a excellent overclocking board, they supply overclocking software, temperature display for windows, voltage displays, fan RPM and you can select the different overclocks that you want, so you can have default speeds v. high overclock, and a normal overclock that you made, and Abit pre-aproved overclocks they made, and on mine all this on a LCD external read-out but, if only it could overclock 1mhz with the PCI lock on, and w/o it my hdd becomes corrupt (sata interface)
And then they get some loser named Fatal1ty who can't spell with letters to put his "name" on it, and a couple of cheap fans, and they charge you $200!
The DFI lanparty is a great board, I wish I had one. If you don't want that then the MSI neo4 SLI board.
You will need a 24pin PSU, and that PSU that is supplied with the case will not be, and most likley a crap generic one. Thermaltake have a 24pin PSU, but OCZ Antec T.P 2.0 or enermax have 24pin PSU's and are great quality products.
2gb's is more ram than you need with today's games, but BF2 requires alot of RAM, and the next gen games will require more, but that is something easy that you can upgrade later.
Btw. the ram is not dual channel, the motherboard has to support dual channel. Any 2 sticks of ram can be put in dual channel (preferable the same size, but there has been cases where you can put 2 sticks of 256, and 1 stick of 512 in dual channel.)
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