Pc spec? any good? why?

wish to build a computer for my educational use, like word typing, creating web pages, storing wedding pictures (really loads of them), want to store them on dvd, i lalso use programming languages like, visual basic, python etc to make programmes.

AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ 3.0GHz
Gigabyte GA M59SLI-S4 AM2
1024 MB RAM
LiteOn DH-18A1P-18C 18X DVDRW
Microsoft Windows XP

Can you tell me if the above specification is any good?

And also processor and motherboard compatible with each other?

any improvements needed?

can i ask why is it good?
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  1. firt you will need a power supply a computer isn't much good if you can't turn it on. second a case will be needed to hold it all. another gig of ram would be good for future use and won't be much more money. You will need a graphics card because that board doesn't have onboard video. so i can help pick out those if you give me a price range
  2. What RAM will you use? make sure its 800MHz cause the AMD chips can really benefit from that.

    I would recommend this set

    As for PSU first you need a graphic card and then decide on one.
  3. Yeah, more RAM. Upgrading the hard drive to a 320gig shouldn't cost much more either.

    If you're not gaming or doing huge amounst of rendering, you should get a cheaper chip. If you are rendering, you would probably be better off with a C2D, as they are having massive price reductions soon.

    You will be much better off with a graphics card than integrated graphics.

    evga 7600gt $90 after MIR
  4. If you are going to make some serious development with Visual Studio, I do recommend get another GB of ram, with 1 GB it runs fine but soon you will need more. Currently I'm using it with 512 and I can't stand it anymore!

    LiteOn LH-20A1S 20x20 DVD+/-RW Dual Layer Drive, SATA (Retail)
    Pioneer DVR-212D 18x18x10 Dual Layer DVD+/-RW Drive, SATA, Black
    Samsung SH-S183A 18x18 Dual Layer DVD+/-RW, SATA, Black

    Card Reader, Photography?

    Processor Box should say AM2

    any case Ideas?

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