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dmcd14 04-22-2003 06:39 PM

What do you think of this setup
 
Ok ive made this from newegg.com and looking for your guys suggestions and feedback. also my main question is what Intel p4 is the Barton AMD 2800+ equal too.


AMD ATHLON XP 2800+ barton /333 Retail $ $233.00


Epox Motherboard for AMD Athlon/Athlon XP/Duron Processors, Model# EP-8RDA+
$ 94.00

WD WESTERN DIGITAL "SPECIAL EDITION" 80GB 7200RPM EIDE HARD DRIVE MODEL # WD800JB - OEM,
$ 89.00

Lite On 52x24x52 CDRW Model LTR-52246S Retail $ 47.00
ATI RADEON 9500 pro 128MB DDR 8X AGP $170.65


KINGSTON HyperX Series 184-pin 256MB DDR333 x2 $ 87.00



ANTEC SOLUTION SERIES MODEL SLK3700AMB w/ANTEC SMART POWER 400W P4/AMD POWER SUPPLY ATX12V - RETAIL
$ 93.00

Steelrose 04-22-2003 06:58 PM

The 2800+ on the AMD spec says that it is equal or better than the Intel P4 running at 2.8 Ghz.

Shroud 04-22-2003 08:53 PM

Yeah.. I think it looks like a solid machine. :)

neb1211 04-22-2003 09:44 PM

sweeet

Slam'n Systems 04-23-2003 06:55 AM

Very nice PC There! I got everything the same or better then that 2800+...hottness!

Seloce 04-23-2003 09:02 AM

Looks similar to what I'm running. You may want to consider going for matched pair pc2700 ram (I'm buying from Corsair) but the actual boost in performance from this is debateable at this point. when I have mine up and running I can let you know if I see any huge jumps in framerates.

Also, the mhz rating really isn't everything. The athlonxp 3000 barton is running at a mere 2.183 ghz but with the 512k l2 cache...it's running almost neck and neck with the top of the line p4 3ghz on rdram with hyperthreading enabled.

I am going with AMD this time around mostly because of the cost of rdram. it's a little rediculous especially considering that intels next chipset will not be using it.


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