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December 28, 2004 8:29:30 PM

Does anyone see any conflicts with this setup? Also what kind of power will I need to run this setup stable, I do not OC at all, so that is not a concern. Tried html and couldnt get links to work... so here is an ugly cut and paste.

memory: CORSAIR XMS Xtreme Memory Speed Series, Xtra-Low Latency 184-Pin 1GB(512MBx2) DDR PC-3200 w/ Platinum Heat Spreader, Model TWINX1024-3200XLPT - Retail

Model# TWINX1024-3200XLPT
Item # N82E16820145523
Specifications:
Manufacturer: CORSAIR
Speed: DDR400(PC3200)
Type: 184-Pin DDR SDRAM
Error Checking: Non-ECC
Registered/Unbuffered: Unbuffered
Cas Latency: 2-2-2-5
Support Voltage: 2.75V
Bandwidth: 3.2GB/s
Organization: two 64M x 64-Bit
Special Features: Plug-n-FragTM Auto-Configuration - Boots automatically using the Xtra-Low latency values of 2-2-2-5
Warranty: Lifetime

mainboard: ABIT "AI7" i865PE Chipset Motherboard for Intel Socket 478 CPU - Retail

Model# AI7
Item # N82E16813127164

Specifications:
Supported CPU: Intel Pentium 4 Processors(Prescott Ready)
Chipset: Intel 865PE + ICH5R
FSB: 800/533/400MHz
RAM: 4x DIMM Support DDR400/333/266 Max 4GB
IDE: 2x ATA 100 up to 4 Devices
Slots: 1x AGP 8X/4X(0.8/1.5V), 5x PCI
Ports: 2xPS/2,1xCOM,1xLPT,8xUSB2.0(Rear 4),1xLAN,3xIEEE1394(Rear 1),SPDIF In/Out, Audio Ports
Onboard Audio: Realtek ALC658 6-Channel Codec
Onboard LAN: 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet
Onboard SATA/RAID: 2x Serial ATA, RAID 0/1
Onboard 1394: 3 Ports
Form Factor: ATX

processor:
Intel Pentium 4/ 3.2E GHz 800MHz FSB, 1MB L2 Cache, Hyper Threading Technology - Retail

Model# BX80546PG3200E
Item # N82E16819116172
Specification
Model: Intel Pentium 4 w/ Hyper Threading Technology
Core: Prescott
Operating Frequency: 3.2GHz
FSB: 800MHz
Cache: L1/12K+16K; L2/1MB
Voltage: 1.25V-1.525V
Process: 0.09Micron
Socket: Socket 478
Multimedia Instruction: MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3
Warranty: 3-year MFG
Packaging: Retail(with Heatsink and Fan

video: currently running an ATI radeon 9700, dont want to replace that now as it adds such a huge chunk of change to the upgrade.

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December 28, 2004 11:14:39 PM

The way you've posted the specs won't generate a lot of replies...
December 29, 2004 1:43:38 AM

edited to fix, tried href but couldnt work... all info just cut and paste instead
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December 29, 2004 1:51:54 AM

You're OK but I would have the IS7 over the AI7. You'll want a TT-420, CoolMax 400, or a Fortron Source 350 Watt. The minimum you will want is 350 watts as shown <A HREF="http://www.jscustompcs.com/power_supply/" target="_new">here.</A>

Abit IS7 - 3.0C @ 3.6ghz - Mushkin PC4000 (2 X 512) - Sapphire 9800Pro - TT 420 watt Pure Power
Samsung 120gb ATA-100 - Maxtor 40gb ATA - 100
Sony DRU-510A - Yellowtail Merlot
December 29, 2004 5:19:17 AM

I agree with Cybercraig on the IS7!
December 29, 2004 8:54:36 PM

I would have to agree with the above BUT if you want to stay with ABIT and Socket 478 i would go for a MAX3 or a Asus P4C 800E Deluxe i would like to see faster memory on boards of these types and Maybe a SATA Raid set dependeng on your budget and use .
I almost always recommend a good PSU somewhere around 480Watt which will allow for upgrading later on if you were to choose a raid array and more powerful Graphics card which a 9800 pro would be ok but a Geforce 6800 GT would be GREAT depending on your Budget.

A Pentium 4 3.2 Ghz should do you quite well .....


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