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New Budget Gaming Rig....This thing ok?

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July 18, 2008 10:26:53 PM

Aerocool Nitron Gaming Chassis, USB+Audio, Black, No PSU
ESAC PSU, 500W, ATX V2.2, SATAx2 support, 24-pin M/b pwr, 6 pin PCI-X pwr, OEM

ASUS Intel P35, LGA775, 1600FSB, 4xDual DDR2 1200, 1x PCI-x16 , 3xPCI-x1, 2xPCI, 1xATA133, 4xSATAII, 1x eSATA, Gbe Lan, 8ch-Sound, Max 12xUSB, ATX

2GIG DDR2-800

Seagate, 250Gb, 7200rpm, 16mb cache, NCQ, SATA-300

LG DVD REWRITER SUPER MULTI INTERNAL 20x LIGHTSCRIBE SATA

Intel CPU E8400 Core 2 Duo LGA775 3.00Ghz 1333MHz FSB, 6M Cache, 45nm

Acer LCD - 19" Value line widescreen LCD, Black without speakers, 5 ms response time,2000:1,DVI

Vantec SP8025UV-BL Spectrum, 80x80x25mm FAN

GeCube Ati Radeon 4850
July 18, 2008 11:29:26 PM

this is a budget rig?!
August 29, 2008 8:40:14 PM

Nik_I said:
this is a budget rig?!


Yeah, and it seems to be a very good one!$:) $
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August 29, 2008 8:47:13 PM

Get a better PSU. The most trusted brands are Antec, Corsair, Enermax, OCZ, PC Power & Cooling, SeaSonic, Silverstone, and Thermaltake.
August 29, 2008 8:54:27 PM

when i saw the E8400 i start thinking did i click on the wrong thread.BUDGET RIG? i dont think so!

but if thats what you can afford great. everything is in good shape. get a good PSU though.

will you OC?
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