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November 29, 2008 12:56:21 PM

Hard Drive: Seagate ST3500320AS 500GB Hard Drive SATA II 7200rpm *32MB Cache* - OEM
Graphics Card: XFX GTX260 216 Core Black Edition 896MB DDR3 Dual DVI HDTV Out PCI-E Graphics Card
Memory: Corsair 4GB (2x2GB) DDR2 800MHz/PC2-6400 XMS2 DHX Memory Non-ECC Unbuffered CL4(4-4-4-12) Lifetime Warranty
Case: Antec 300 Three Hundred Case - No PSU
PSU: Antec Neopower 650W Modular PSU
CPU: CoolerScythe Ninja-CU Full Copper Heatsink with Quiet Fan Limited Edition Socket 478/754/939/AM2/775 Processor Cooler
DVD: Optiarc AD-7200S 20X DVD±RW/DL/RAM Internal SATA Bare Black Drive - OEM
Card Reader: Hiyatek Black 20-in-1 Multifunction Card Reader With Fan Controllers 2x USB E-SATA
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 Socket 775 (3.0GHz) 1333FSB 6MB L2 Cache Retail Boxed Processor
MOBO: DFI LANPARTY DK X48-T2RSB PLUS Socket 775 8 channel audio ATX Motherboard

TOTAL: $1236

Toms $1250 Mid-Range
November 29, 2008 1:25:10 PM

Change the hard drive to a WD 640GB and maybe the E8400 to the E8500 (if their prices are as close as they are here in the US) and I'd give it two thumbs up.
November 29, 2008 1:27:56 PM

Get the WD 640AAKS or the WD 6401AALS.
Also if your going to get a crossfire mobo you might just want to get an ATI card like the 4870 1GB.
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November 29, 2008 1:34:01 PM

4870 and E8500 were my first choices, but they just tip the scale on my budget. The HD change sounds good.

Thanks for the replys so far.

-- 4870 - The supplier my company uses only had a 2GB version, it made it a little to expensive :(  --
November 29, 2008 1:45:28 PM

These benmarks show the GTX260 doing better than the 4870.

Although the setup with the crossfire looks good