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help!will this system fine to run smoothly?

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August 14, 2008 1:03:03 AM

CORE 2 QUAD Q9400 6MB CACHE 2.66GHZ
ASUS P5Q-PRO P45
CORSAIR DOMINATOR 1066MHZ 5-5-5-15 (KIT/PAIR) 2GB
SAPPHIRE 512DDR3 HD4850
SEAGATE 320.0GB/7200/16MB/SATAII
PIONEER 20X12X20.DVD-RAM/LS SATA
HUNTKEY TITAN 650W(CERT SLI)
SAGITTA GAMING CASE(RAIDMAX)
SAMSUNG 931BW 19' LCD(1440 x 900)MAX

1)So the ram can use on the motherboard?
2)Will the PSU support 2 graphic with CERT SLI
3)Need any changer?
4)Plaining brought at september
5)Need suggestion from u guys^^help me with my build(FOR GAMING AND SURFING)
August 14, 2008 1:06:52 AM

Yes, all will work together, but the power supply may be bad. I realize you have availability problems.

Let me check.
August 14, 2008 1:17:19 AM

If it's all you can get it will work. It will not run two 4850s very well though.

Other brands to look for:

Hiper (880 M series, may be too much for you.)
Corsair (750TX if you can)
PC Power & Cooling (610 is very good)

Try to spend more on a power supply. There are good deals, yes, but in general you should pay a bit more for quality power. Protect your investment.

Post other PSU choices you find.
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August 14, 2008 9:15:34 AM

Thanks Dirt, tried to get back to this one but the forums asploaded ;) 
August 14, 2008 9:16:12 AM

Ohh!!so got other brand and cheap at price?
August 14, 2008 9:36:40 AM

One of the brands I listed if you can... and not too cheap. At least 550W please. At least 34 amps on the 12V rail or two 20A rails.
August 14, 2008 9:45:22 AM

It will run and you should be fine. Getting a better power supply from a more reliable company is always good.

Endermax, pc powering and cooling, corsair (the single 12v rail variety), coolmaster (depending on the model), and some most antec power supplies are all good and priced well.
August 14, 2008 12:03:39 PM

i will looking forward to change the PSU
how about my proccesor?6mb better or 12mb better and the purpose of cache is for what?^^
August 14, 2008 12:04:21 PM

and will it help on my gaming?
August 14, 2008 12:51:49 PM

Well, I don't know what you are using now.

Playing today's games you are better off with a dual core like the E8500, although some games make use of quad core now.

More games will use quad cores in the future. You could save some money and get a dual core for now, change if you need to later.

You can also change you RAM. You do not need 1066. You will be fine with 800Mhz (PC6400). And you should get 4 gigs.

I'm not going to try to explain CPU cache... even if I happened to get it right you likely wouldn't understand it. It helps to move data through the CPU, sure more is better. For your needs a GOOD graphics card is far more important.

Less on the RAM, less on the CPU, more on the monitor will get you a better gaming experience.

A 4850 will run a 22" monitor just fine.
August 14, 2008 8:00:08 PM

I'll explain the cpu cache then.

Your processor process all the mathematical data through your computer (the exception being graphical and if you have a sound card; audio). It can only hold so much information within itself at once. This is its cache. The rest it stores in your RAM for safe keeping, and then if that fills up it stores it in the paging files of your hardrive. As information passes through your processor it moves from the paging files, to the memory, to the cpu cache, because the cpu cache is the fastest type of memory in your computer. Memory comes in second, and paging file third. The more "powefull" the processor is, more often times then not the larger cache it has. Larger caches and more cores allow your computer to handle more information at once, great for complex programs and multitasking. Get it?
August 14, 2008 11:16:03 PM

Thank you to Proximon and E3210 for the help and explaination.U guys such a great help.
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