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October 28, 2007 11:33:35 PM

Hey there i took that advice you guys gave me for my birthday build and did this.
All from newegg.

Case + PSU
COOLER MASTER Stacker 830 Evolution -
COOLER MASTER Real Power Pro RS-650W -

ASUS Striker Extreme -

Intel Celeron D 347 Cedar Mill 3.06GHz -
Dont laugh lol... I know but i will get a Quad core in march :) 

OCZ SLI-Ready 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin -
4-4-4-15 T1 Timings also up to 2.2v overclockable.

MSI GeForce 7300LE 128MB 64-bit -
Same with this..crapi but good 4 now.

Western Digital Raptor WD740GD 74GB -
Insane deal i found..couldn't pass it up.


Later on i will upgrade the cpu, and video and have a pretty decent pc.
I got all this shipped for freaking 9.48$ can u guys believe that.. insane.
Total build is 824.81$

Its a crapi but very upgradeable pc in my opinion, lemme know what u guys think i will submit it tonight if all is well...
Thanks for any advice in advance.

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October 29, 2007 12:08:16 AM

aadamszc said:
The PSU that you are getting is in the 4th tier( =\ I might think about a better one.

Looks good, except for the crappy CPU and vid card. I mean, your computer is probably going to suck until march.


Yeah pretty much sucky.. Idk about the psu i saw that on the forum when u posted the link, i might just see if it can handle a quad and 8800ultra with 2 raptors and if it gives me trouble i might move to pc power and cooling or a nice OCZ psu.
October 29, 2007 1:06:08 AM

With the CPU and GPU selected, I can't imagine your current system is not better than what you have built.

By March, the Mobo and RAM will be seriously outdated.
From what I have read, DDR3 should begin to FreeFall in price soon.
The x48/780i Mobos should be out as well when coupled with fast DDR3, you would have a killer system.

I don't really see the point of buying these parts now instead of waiting until march. Or simply buying decent parts now.