compatable?

alvino

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Wrong section buddy. ;) This belongs in the General Computer Hardware & Software section. :)

Moderators, move this please.

EDIT>>> You don't SCSI for normal computing, unless you plan to build some server or something. Even then, there are no normal motherboards that natively support SCSI, so you'll need a SCSI adapter that uses a PCI slot. :)

I would just settle with SATA 3.0Gb/s, it's not as fast as SCSI, but way more practical and cost effective.

EDIT Rev.2>>> Thanks to Lhuser for moving this. :)
 

tehczar

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alright, thanks for the help, althought i was kind of hooked on getting a 10,000 RPM HD as I have heard alot oabout them and how good they are.

will a 7200RPM HD perform almost as the same?

I am looking to build a gaming computer so I was assuming a fast HD such as a newer 10K RPM HD would be a good choice, am I wrong and a 7200K RPM hd will be just fine for me?

Thanks very much
 

tehczar

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Alright now to my next question, I've picked out these three items, this video card, lcd moniter and power supply, i'm just wanting to make sure they will all work togehter just fine, there they are:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?item=N82E16814161018

Yes i'm an an ati man :-D

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?item=N82E16814161018

** Edit, now that I'm actually looking and making sure everything is right I'm having a tough time picking a powersupply, I was wondering if someone could help point me in the direction of a reasonably price 500W 24PIN psu.

Thanks very much
 

mammikoura

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the vid card is compatible with the mobo.
I don't like Rosewill psu's, I'd probably go with antec or ocz.
 

alvino

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The video card will be fine. The X1900 GT is a very good card, beats the 7900 GT in most tests.
 
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