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February 16, 2006 7:16:02 PM

Hey everyone, I'm building a system for a friend, and it is quite the task...


He wants to be able to "play" HL2, BF2. Not sure what his idea of play is, mine is no less than 1024x768 on medium settings... so im going to try and start from that as a minimum.

ALL PRICES IN CDN: BUDGET IS $550.00 CANADIAN (SO ~475 AMERICAN)
So anyways.... basically i have come to find that I cannot build a s939 comp for less than 650, so thats out.

Other requirements he asked me for, 100 gig +, 1 gig ram. No monitor needed.

Haven't spent much time on it yet, but I thought this challenge might be kinda fun for some people, so I'll throw it out here.

Anyways, heres a few systems I think might work... The sempron is pissing me off though.


741GX-M w/ Athlon XP2800+ SiS741GX Socket 462/333FSB DDR-400 AGP8X(x1) PCI(x3) ATA133 w/ USB2.0 / 5.1 Audio / SiS Real256 Graphics / 10/100bTX LAN (Bundled w/ Athlon XP2800+ CPU) $120.00 Active
512MB DDR400 Kingston 512M DDR400 PC3200 CL3 184pin 3.0v KVR DIMM (retail ) $50.00
512MB DDR400 Kingston 512M DDR400 PC3200 CL3 184pin 3.0v KVR DIMM (retail ) $50.00
Seagate Barracuda 120G ATA 8M Seagate 120GB 7200RPM ATA-100 3.5" 8MB Cache $87.00
Sony 30A-BK 16X DVD+/-RW DL +R/-R Sony 30A-BK DVD+RW 16x8x16; DVD-RW: 16x8x16; Dual Layer: +R/-R x4; (Black) $48.00
Landmark Athen A412-BB-350W Landmark Athen 18" ATX412BB P4 350W 4x5.25" 1x3.5" 5x3.5" Black/Silver $46.00
Tsunami Keyboard + Wheel Mouse + SpeakerSpecial Price: $7.99

with tax 468, no video card

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Sempron 2600+ S754 AMD Sempron 2600+ 1.6GHz 800FSB 128KB L2 S754 AMD64 Retail $76.00
K8N Neo3-F nVidia nForce4-4x Socket 754/800FSB DDR-400 PCX16(x1) PCX1(x1) PCI(x3) SATA150-RAID(0/1/01)/ATA133-RAID(0/1/01) w/ USB2.0 / 5.1 Audio / Gigabit LAN $84.00
512MB DDR400 Kingston 512M DDR400 PC3200 CL3 184pin 3.0v KVR DIMM (retail ) $50.00
512MB DDR400 Kingston 512M DDR400 PC3200 CL3 184pin 3.0v KVR DIMM (retail ) $50.00
Sony 30A-BK 16X DVD+/-RW DL +R/-R Sony 30A-BK DVD+RW 16x8x16; DVD-RW: 16x8x16; Dual Layer: +R/-R x4; (Black) $48.00
Barracuda 120G ATA 8M Seagate 120GB 7200RPM ATA-100 3.5" 8MB Cache $87.00
Tsunami Keyboard + Wheel Mouse + SpeakerSpecial Price: $7.99
6200 TC 16M PCI-Ex eVGA GeForce 6200 TurboCache 16MB ( share to 128M) DDR DVI TV-Out PCI-Express x16 $65.00
Landmark Athen A412-BB-350W Landmark Athen 18" ATX412BB P4 350W 4x5.25" 1x3.5" 5x3.5" Black/Silver $46.00

514 without tax



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really I just have to convince him to spend an extra 200$ and get a fairly barebone s939 system with something like this:

Athlon64 3200+ S939 Athlon64 3200+ 2.0GHz 1000FSB 512KB L2 Cache Socket 939 (AMD64) (Retail) $190.00
DDR400 512M Original DDR400 512M PC3200 CAS 3.0 ( Original Pack, Intel / Supermicro Certified ) $55.00
DDR400 512M Original DDR400 512M PC3200 CAS 3.0 ( Original Pack, Intel / Supermicro Certified ) $55.00
A8V-MX VIA K8M800 Socket 939/800FSB Dual-DDR-400 AGP8X(x1) PCX1(x1) PCI(x2) SATA300-RAID(0/1/01)/ATA133 w/ USB2.0 / 5.1 Audio / Graphics / 10/100bTX LAN $74.00
In-Win C583T ATX 350W BK In-Win C583T 3x5.25" 2x3.5" Front USB2.0 & Audio ports 350W ATX12V 2.01 20+4pin SATA $62.00
Sony 30A-BK 16X DVD+/-RW DL +R/-R Sony 30A-BK DVD+RW 16x8x16; DVD-RW: 16x8x16; Dual Layer: +R/-R x4; (Black) $48.00
Barracuda 120G ATA 8M Seagate 120GB 7200RPM ATA-100 3.5" 8MB Cache $87.00
Tsunami Keyboard + Wheel Mouse + SpeakerSpecial Price: $7.99
6200 TC 16M PCI-Ex eVGA GeForce 6200 TurboCache 16MB ( share to 128M) DDR DVI TV-Out PCI-Express x16 $65.00






God I hate building comps on a very limited budget...... like for 300$ more he could get a comp that would actually have a future

Anyways, any input is appreciated!

-Ian

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February 16, 2006 7:36:39 PM

do whatever you gotta do to get a s939 board, then at least he can upgrade some stuff in the (near) future, amd doesn't make jack $hit for the old boards anymore!
February 16, 2006 7:45:15 PM

Tell him to save up more money or no BF2 for him :p 
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February 16, 2006 7:46:08 PM

New idea.... take away 512 ram, get a video card for +55$, something like a 6600... any idea about the 7300 gs? Or how bad is the 6600 Le
February 16, 2006 7:51:00 PM

if the budget is that tight try out socket 754... it has pci express support, and the cpu's are basically given away, dont get less than a 6600 for video (6200 will run on like lowest settings at 800x600)... get the corsair 1gb kit from zipzoomfly... if they ship to canada, its $75 US. in american i found a 754 3700 wiht mobo for 229 bux at tigerdirect... i duno if that deals still going on but look around, socket 754 is very cheap now and is just as fast as 939 (when comparing the same chips) u may be able to find a 3400 with mobo for under 200... if not socket 939 a 3200 + mobo would be about 200 as well... for now get him a cheap(er) case with a psu included, no more than 75 should go to the case, find the cheapest hd u can find, the 120gb seems good... but yea, pretty much tell ur friend to stop being a cheap bastard about a computer, he wont be able to game at the settings he wants for 450 bux, recommend an xbox360 instead. if he spends closer to 600, get a 6600gt with an amd3200 or 3000... whichever fits his budget best... sacrifice cpu before video, video makes a bigger impact on perforance than cpu
February 16, 2006 7:55:22 PM

To be honest that kind of budget is not good enough for BF2 not even at lowest setting. The game needs 2.5 mhz (intel) cpu, 2Gb ram,7800GT or above to get a decent gaming. Sorry.
February 16, 2006 8:00:07 PM

Yeah.... I'm going to give a good talking to when I talk with him tonight.

Another revision, I think it could handle bf2 on medium low, you would be suprised...

But its honestly almost not even worth it to make a comp like this.. :p 

Sempron 2600+ S754 AMD Sempron 2600+ 1.6GHz 800FSB 128KB L2 S754 AMD64 Retail $76.00
K8N Neo3-F nVidia nForce4-4x Socket 754/800FSB DDR-400 PCX16(x1) PCX1(x1) PCI(x3) SATA150-RAID(0/1/01)/ATA133-RAID(0/1/01) w/ USB2.0 / 5.1 Audio / Gigabit LAN $84.00
512MB DDR400 Kingston 512M DDR400 PC3200 CL3 184pin 3.0v KVR DIMM (retail ) $50.00
GeForce 6600 256M PCI-Ex eVGA Geforce 6600 256M DDR TV-o DVi-i Dual-VGA PCI-Express retail $120.00
Landmark Athen A412-BB-350W Landmark Athen 18" ATX412BB P4 350W 4x5.25" 1x3.5" 5x3.5" Black/Silver $46.00
Sony 30A-BK 16X DVD+/-RW DL +R/-R Sony 30A-BK DVD+RW 16x8x16; DVD-RW: 16x8x16; Dual Layer: +R/-R x4; (Black) $48.00
Barracuda 120G ATA 8M Seagate 120GB 7200RPM ATA-100 3.5" 8MB Cache $87.00
Tsunami Keyboard + Wheel Mouse + SpeakerSpecial Price: $7.99

519 without tax
February 16, 2006 8:16:18 PM

although i agree that 450 is nowhere near enough, u could get away with playing bf2 on any of the systems u said, i ran bf2 on low wiht 512 memory, amd2400 and an ati 9600pro, it took a lifetime to load but ingame wasnt so horrible i couldnt play it, i had to run it at 800x600 tho...
February 16, 2006 8:39:30 PM

Quote:
God I hate building comps on a very limited budget...... like for 300$ more he could get a comp that would actually have a future


Did you add up your wage too?! :D 

Ayy gamersss!

,,
February 16, 2006 8:54:45 PM

i noticed that tigerdirect had this barebones kit that was crazy cheap for a p4... (yes i know we all hate p4... but they arnt as horrible as u all say) so if u can find it (m too lazy to look) that may prove to be a good idea since it included case psu memory mobo and cpu.... go check it out www.tigerdirect.com ...
February 16, 2006 9:29:34 PM

Haha, good luck with that.
February 16, 2006 9:33:19 PM

ur spending more money on the mobo.... u can find a decent... (kinda) cheapo board for about 30 bux that will be stable... save 50 bux and maybe get a 6600gt, then ull be flying... i hear semprons overclock pretty well u can prb get that 1.6 to 2.2 with aftermarket cooling... that will be enough to run on low/medium..
February 16, 2006 9:50:57 PM

Dude...try this:

Barebones

Video card

The mobo does have onboard video, but I'm not sure which would be better. I couldn't find any 128mb 6600s that weren't LEs. You might have better luck.

$500.98 Canadian

Find an 80GB (hey, for $550, he needs to compromise) Seagate and you should com very close to $550.00 Canadian

Honestly, your friend is asking a lot.

BTW, there's a rebate for the barebones kit and I hear Tiger has issues with their rebates. I suggest following up on the rebate like a madman. Chances are it is handled by an outside Rebate company. Read the form very CAREFULLY. Find out who to call so YOU can follow up on it.
February 16, 2006 10:23:02 PM

i have to agree with parlee on this one however i think i can still keep a good graphics card with it lets see.
proc amd sempron 3000 87$
mobo biostar t force 6100 71$
ram cheap 512 mb ddr 400 40$
hardrive cheapest 80 gig sata(wd)56$
graphics card 6800 gs(evga) 174$ (plus 15$ mail in rebate)

total(not includin case dvdrom and windows) 428$ american
(all prices newegg best rma service in the industry!)
February 16, 2006 10:27:42 PM

Quote:
i have to agree with parlee on this one however i think i can still keep a good graphics card with it lets see.
proc amd sempron 3000 87$
mobo biostar t force 6100 71$
ram cheap 512 mb ddr 400 40$
hardrive cheapest 80 gig sata(wd)56$
graphics card 6800 gs(evga) 174$ (plus 15$ mail in rebate)

total(not includin case dvdrom and windows) 428$ american
(all prices newegg best rma service in the industry!)


He's canadian, Newegg doesn't ship to canada.
February 16, 2006 10:28:49 PM

CPU AMD Athlon™ 64 3000+ Socket 939 512K bus 2000 0.09u 1.4V 67W 64bit (1800 MHz) BOX - 171,15

MB ASRock 939NF4G-SATA2, nVidia GeForce 6100, S-939, mATX, PCI-E x16 / 2xPCI / Dual DR400, U-DMA 133, SATAII Raid, Video nVidia 128MB&SB 8ch.&Lan on board. - 72,45

DIMM 512Mb DDRAM PC-3200 (400MHz - 2x200MHz) KingMax SuperRAM CL2.5 - 45,675

HDD WDIGITAL 80 GB 7200rpm 8Mb Ultra-ATA 100 8,9ms WD800JB - 56,175

DVD±RW LG GSA-4167BB 6X16X8X16X - 48X32X48X Ultra-ATA BULK Dual Layer - 42

VC GeCube Game Buster Radeon RX550 GU2 256Mb DDR2 PCI Express (128bit) TV-OUT DVI Dual Display - 80,01

CASE KME 3857 ATX 400W 5,25" X 4 408(H)x170(W)x420(D) - 20,58

KEYBOARD MANTA Standard PSII 2,625

MOUSE MANTA Atlantic Optical USB With Scroll 4,515

Speakers MANTA MM-120 Roller 120 W PMPO 2x0.7 W RMS - 3,465

That's a total of 498 USD incl VAT
February 16, 2006 10:43:45 PM

that made me realize, thats a good idea, get him 512 mb of memory and ahve him upgrade as soon as he has another 50 bux... if tiger ships to canada then id get him the celeron. it is a 3.2 ghz so its pretty fast.. prob equivelent to a p4 1.8 :lol:  .. but hes not gonna get a better deal than that, it comes prebuilt too, so find a nice card to suit that setup and hell be running bf2 on low/meduim in a few days!! with that proc id suggest notihng faster than a 6800gs... the ebst thing about that barebones is that it is 775... so if he finds that the celeron is a pile he can sell it on ebay for a fair sum of money and upgrade straight to a p4... if he decided not to be so cheap about this... seriously tell him to save to at least 800 and then talk about a "gaming" computer
February 16, 2006 10:48:57 PM

Or here is the Intel option that fits exactly in the budget:

CPU Intel® Celeron D 326 2533 MHz Socket LGA775 256K bus 533 0,09u BOX ( Intel® EM64T ) - 67,725
MB Asus P5GPL-X, P4 i915PL, LGA775, FSB 800, ATX12V, PCI-E x16 / Dual DDR400, U-DMA 100, S-ATA, SB 6ch.&Lan1000 on board. - 77,7
DIMM 512Mb DDRAM PC-3200 (400MHz - 2x200MHz) KingMax SuperRAM CL2.5 - 45,675
HDD WDIGITAL 80 GB 7200rpm 8Mb Ultra-ATA 100 8,9ms WD800JB - 56,175
DVD±RW LG GSA-4167BB 6X16X8X16X - 48X32X48X Ultra-ATA BULK Dual Layer - 42
VC ASUS EN6600GT/TD/128 GF 6600 GT 128Mb DDR3 PCI Express (128bit) TV-OUT S-VHS DVI - 144,9
CASE KME 3857 ATX 400W 5,25" X 4 408(H)x170(W)x420(D) - 20,58
KEYBOARD MANTA Standard PSII - 2,625
MOUSE MANTA Atlantic Optical USB With Scroll - 4,515
Spekers MANTA MM-120 Roller120 W PMPO 2x0.7 W RMS - 3,465

That is 465 USD incl VAT

It is true that these are prices from Romania, but like I see in UD or Canada are cheaper than in Romania or thid is what i think, I shoul consider the last sistem beacause of the 6600GT
and notice that it uses Asus both for VideoCard and MotherBoard
February 16, 2006 11:02:38 PM

sorry i forgot but he could do what my uncle does who lives in canada buy online and ship to an address in new hampshire (my aunts) and he lives close to the border so he comes like once a week but if you dont have any relatives rent a po box in the state closest to you and ship it there :p 
February 17, 2006 2:10:38 AM

Not a bad idea dvdpiddy, however you need to make sure whoever you buy from will ship USPS Mail service, as UPS and FedEx will not deliver to PO boxes.
February 17, 2006 2:28:55 AM

Quote:
Not a bad idea dvdpiddy, however you need to make sure whoever you buy from will ship USPS Mail service, as UPS and FedEx will not deliver to PO boxes.
thank you my uncle only thought of it not too long ago :D  and btw do you know that in canada pc parts are more expensive except for ati videocards :idea: bout 5% cheaper if you buy them in canada. so maybe if i want an ati videocard i should go visit my uncle.
February 17, 2006 3:23:02 AM

Thanks for all your input guys.

Are computer parts really cheaper in the states? www.atic.ca is where i buy all my parts, and they seem to always be waaaaay cheaper than anything i see anywhere us/canada. Small store near downtown vancouver.

Check out the website

But i mean i can get a 7800 gt for 350 canadian, so thats like 300 american with current exchange rates... allthough the exchange rate is so high right now you might be right, i mean back when it was 75 cents american for a dollar cdn
February 17, 2006 4:32:56 AM

300 is the regular price for a 7800gt in the states too but lets do the math shall we 358 divided by 1.20 equals so its 299 american but the gt i checked out is the evga one for 295 on newegg no shipping with a 20 mail in rebate so yeah its 5 dollars more in canada then the us. now if my uncle could tell me where to get ati cards for cheap then i would be happy!
February 17, 2006 8:24:49 PM

AMD Sempron 64 2600+ Palermo 800MHz FSB Socket 754 Processor Model SDA2600BXBOX - Retail $71.00
ASUS K8U-X Socket 754 ULi M1689 ATX AMD Motherboard - Retail $45
G.SKILL 1GB (2 x 512MB) 184-Pin DDR SDRAM DDR 400 (PC 3200) Unbuffered Dual Channel Kit System Memory Model F1-3200PHU2-1GBZX - Retail $89.99
LITE-ON Black IDE DVD Burner Model SHW-160P6S - OEM $37.99
Western Digital Caviar WD1200BB 120GB 7200 RPM IDE Ultra ATA100 Hard Drive - OEM $66.00
Tsunami Keyboard + Wheel Mouse + SpeakerSpecial Price: $7.99
Albatron PC6600Q Geforce 6600 256MB DDR PCI Express x16 Video Card - Retail $92.00
POWMAX CP769PL-6 Black Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case 400W Power Supply - Retail $28.50

449 without tax (or shipping)

The only way to go lower is to decrease HD capacity or RAM capacity (not recommended). If you can get your friend to pony up just a little more dough, he could go for a Sempron 64 3100+ (add $13), which can overclock with a stock cooler to perform as well as an athlon 64 4000+ (yup, 3100+ @ 2.6GHz that's right) and a 6600GT (add $20) which can handle the latest games quite well at 10x7 and high settings.

don't let the sempron name fool you, it's holding a lot of power:
http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/cpu/display/cpu-games2...
http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/cpu/display/sempron-31...
February 17, 2006 8:58:49 PM

If you really wanted to do this one, with these mods you could add a respectable video card. But overall, this system isn't worth it especially with the price of the sempron system above.

741GX-M w/ Athlon XP2800+ SiS741GX Socket 462/333FSB DDR-400 AGP8X(x1) PCI(x3) ATA133 w/ USB2.0 / 5.1 Audio / SiS Real256 Graphics / 10/100bTX LAN (Bundled w/ Athlon XP2800+ CPU) $120.00 Active
G.SKILL 1GB (2 x 512MB) 184-Pin DDR SDRAM DDR 400 (PC 3200) Unbuffered Dual Channel Kit System Memory Model F1-3200PHU2-1GBZX - Retail $89.99
Western Digital Caviar WD1200BB 120GB 7200 RPM IDE Ultra ATA100 Hard Drive - OEM $66.00
LITE-ON Black IDE DVD Burner Model SHW-160P6S - OEM $37.99
POWMAX CP769PL-6 Black Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case 400W Power Supply - Retail $28.50
Tsunami Keyboard + Wheel Mouse + SpeakerSpecial Price: $7.99
XFX PVT43GNDF3 Geforce 6600GT 128MB GDDR3 PCI Express x16 Video Card - Retail $114.99

$465.66 w/o tax or shipping
February 17, 2006 9:01:07 PM

thats showing games at medium settings, once u get up into higher res/detail the sempron will be brought to its knees with the 256cache IMO
February 17, 2006 9:03:12 PM

the 6600gt is pci express, athlon xp doesnt support pci express... and i forgot to meantion, overclocking a sempron from stock speeds of 1.8 i thin? to 2.68 would take some serious voltage/cooling, i still tink that article is bs tho :/  since thats a value chip that costs less than 100 bux, and is competing with amd's top of the line 4000+... :roll:
February 17, 2006 9:08:51 PM

AMD Ahtlon 64 3000+ 939 Retail $160
BIOSTAR NF4ST-A9 Socket 939 NVIDIA nForce4 ATX AMD Motherboard - Retail $69.99
G.SKILL 1GB (2 x 512MB) 184-Pin DDR SDRAM DDR 400 (PC 3200) Unbuffered Dual Channel Kit System Memory Model F1-3200PHU2-1GBZX - Retail $89.99
LITE-ON Black IDE DVD Burner Model SHW-160P6S - OEM $37.99
Western Digital Caviar WD1200BB 120GB 7200 RPM IDE Ultra ATA100 Hard Drive - OEM $66.00
Tsunami Keyboard + Wheel Mouse + SpeakerSpecial Price: $7.99
Albatron PC6600Q Geforce 6600 256MB DDR PCI Express x16 Video Card - Retail $92.00
POWMAX CP769PL-6 Black Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case 400W Power Supply - Retail $28.50

552 for this one
February 17, 2006 9:19:00 PM

prob best 1 yet, if its in canadian... i bet that psu will last a week tops :p ... make him cough up another 100 and get that, its a decent rig
February 17, 2006 9:24:42 PM

I'd do some more research and my *own* benchmarks before I said a tech website is BS. Even THG did some mild overclocking, just bumped it up like it was meant to be: http://www.tomshardware.com/2005/02/02/fast_computer_on...

I have my sempron OC'd right now with stock cooler, no voltage change and under load only gets to 43C, idles at 37. Which is pretty much the same as before I OC'd it.

See my sig...that's 378 MHz additional and its running like it was supposed to be shipped this way. Now just consider, I've got another 12C before I reach the 55C in the xbitlabs test and I've got about 20C before I reach what my old athlon XP was at under load 60-65C. Do you still think the sempron needs serious cooling?

but you are right, 6600GT price above is PCIe version. AGP version cost $20-30 more.
February 17, 2006 9:28:51 PM

BTW, my sempron runs BF2 at 10x7, high detail 4x AA/AF. Doom3, same settings. HL2 same settings. All running well over 30FPS.

I'm also using only 1GB of RAM and I have no slowdown at all in BF2 even on 64 player maps.

Since the human eye can't see anything over 30FPS, that's plenty.
February 18, 2006 3:16:13 PM

its actually 60 when ur playing games and 30 when watching tv... i duno what the diff is, maybe interacting makes u notice lower fps... but its 60 for games..
February 19, 2006 1:30:15 PM

Quote:
Not a bad idea dvdpiddy, however you need to make sure whoever you buy from will ship USPS Mail service, as UPS and FedEx will not deliver to PO boxes.
thank you my uncle only thought of it not too long ago :D  and btw do you know that in canada pc parts are more expensive except for ati videocards :idea: bout 5% cheaper if you buy them in canada. so maybe if i want an ati videocard i should go visit my uncle.
yeh the only bad thing is youll waste so much gas its better for you to get it from bb.lmao
February 19, 2006 2:17:19 PM

Quote:
Not a bad idea dvdpiddy, however you need to make sure whoever you buy from will ship USPS Mail service, as UPS and FedEx will not deliver to PO boxes.
thank you my uncle only thought of it not too long ago :D  and btw do you know that in canada pc parts are more expensive except for ati videocards :idea: bout 5% cheaper if you buy them in canada. so maybe if i want an ati videocard i should go visit my uncle.
yeh the only bad thing is youll waste so much gas its better for you to get it from bb.lmao no he lives right on the border kais so he just drives a few miles and thats it.
a b B Homebuilt system
February 19, 2006 3:02:42 PM

"Are computer parts really cheaper in the states?"

Yes!

(Poor Canadians must feed their "free health care" system via 15-20% VAT taxes on nearly everything sold, I hear!) :-)

Find a socket 754/PCIe mainboard, a 3000+ Sempron, 1 gb of PC3200, and a 6600GT or 6800GS...

Have someone who lives in the states pick up a 120-200GB hard drive when on sale at CompUSA for $39-$59
February 19, 2006 3:09:30 PM

yes yes they are look here in america an x2 3800 costs 300 in canada its 350 thats in american dollars
February 20, 2006 12:44:22 AM

the cheapest hd at compusa in those sizes is like 80 bux and thats a pos maxtor 8mb cache... but since its a budget system that doesnt matter
February 20, 2006 2:25:51 AM

http://www.ncix.com/

http://www.ncix.com/products/index.php?sku=14415&vpn=AD...

AMD Athlon 64 3000+ Processor S939 Venice 1.8GHZ 512K L2 Cache 90NM Retail Box
Reg. Price: $165.65 CAD

http://www.ncix.com/products/index.php?sku=9545&vpn=SAM...

Samsung PC3200 512MB DDR400 184PIN DIMM OEM
512MB Module, PC3200, DDR400, 184-pin, OEM Packaging
Our Price: $45.99 CAD

http://www.ncix.com/products/index.php?sku=16165&vpn=93...

ASRock 939DUAL-SATA2 ATX S939 ULI M1695 DDR AGP PCI-E16 3PCI SATA RAID Sound LAN Motherboard
Reg. Price: $95.20 CAD

http://www.ncix.com/products/index.php?sku=17732&vpn=25...

EVGA E-GEFORCE 6600 300MHZ 256MB 128BIT 500MHZ DDR PCI-E DVI-I TV-OUT Video Card
Reg. Price: $125.97 CAD

http://www.ncix.com/products/index.php?sku=14110&vpn=CS...

Logisys CS-51WSL 51W Silver 450W ATX Tower Case 4X5.25 2X3.5 5X3.5INT W/ Window
Reg. Price: $51.45 CAD

http://www.ncix.com/products/index.php?sku=16663&vpn=ST...

Seagate Barracuda 7200.9 80GB SATA2 7200RPM 8MB 11MS NCQ Hard Drive 5 Year MFR Warranty
Reg. Price: $76.11 CAD

http://www.ncix.com/products/index.php?sku=6450&vpn=GDR...

LG 16X DVD-ROM 48X CD-ROM IDE UDMA33 INT OEM
Reg. Price: $26.70 CAD

http://www.ncix.com/products/index.php?sku=14295&vpn=96...

LOGITECH DELUXE DESKTOP OPTICAL BEIGE-GRAY INTERNET KEYBOARD & OPTICAL MOUSE PS/2 OEM (SINGLE PACK)

total 587.07 CAD


best i could come up with goodluck
!