Will all my components be compatible?

Will al these components be compatible?

GIGABYTE GA-EP45-UD3L LGA 775 Intel P45 ATX Intel Motherboard - Retail

Intel Pentium E5200 Wolfdale 2.5GHz 2MB L2 Cache LGA 775 65W Dual-Core Processor - Retail

Corsair TX650W 650-Watt Power Supply - ATX, 120mm Fan, SLI-Ready, SATA-Ready, 80Plus

XFX GX285NZDFF GeForce GTX 285 1GB 512-bit GDDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Supported Video Card - Retail
EVGA 896-P3-1170-AR GeForce GTX 275 896MB 448-bit DDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Supported Video Card - Retail

NZXT Apollo Black SECC Steel Chassis ATX Mid Tower Computer Case - Retail

OCZ SLI-Ready Dual Channel 4096MB PC6400 DDR2 800MHz Memory (2x2048MB)

XIGMATEK Dark Knight-S1283V 120mm Long Life Bearing CPU Cooler - Retail

Rosewill RFX-120BL 120mm 2 Ball Bearing Blue LED Case Fan with Fan Controller Set - Retail
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  1. The fan is out of stock.

    At lower resolutions (1680x1050 and below), there won't be much difference between the GTX 275's performance and the GTX 285. Maybe 4-5 fps, but that isn't easily noticeable.

    Edit: The Call of Duty 4 and 5 that come with the 285 are a $100 cad value, and there is a $30 usd rebate on it. If you planned on buying either or both of those games separately, the 285 is a great deal though.
  2. you sure all these components are compatible (I don't want to by all this and find out one thing isn't compatible :( )
    It's alright if it's out of stock im buying all of this in june (When I have the money for it :P)
  3. should i upgrade my cpu or is it ok with my system?
  4. Does anyone know a cheap good single stick of 2gb ddr2 800MHz ram?
  5. Everything will work... IrkJab has a goop point with the GTX285. It comes with 2 good games.

    The only thing I question is why would you spend $430 on a GPU and turn around and get a $87 CPU.
  6. yeah don't spend so much on a gfx card if you are going to use it with a really poor cpu in comparison.

    best idea would be a p2 720 and 4890
  7. Or even a higher wolfdale, like a E8400 or quad core.
  8. yeah but the 720 gives you the best of both worlds kinda and a better gfx card because it saves you money on the cpu and motherboard if you get a cf or sli motherboard.
  9. I just threw it out there. one of the newer AMD PII's would be nice as well. The total system cost is lower than the new i7's.
  10. ok so i might get a better cpu but im sticking with the gpu
    Also won't the gpu im getting have 3 game cod4/5 and farcry 2?
  11. Well, looks like they're out of cod4, so it'd come with farcry 2 and cod5

    I'd agree with jay2tall about going with the e8400, its a great processor
  12. 1.what can i overclock the e8400 to?
    2.No one still said if all the parts are compatible with each other
    3.Is the e8400 rly a good processor for $203.99 (performance:cost ratio)
  13. AzureFlameXIII said:
    1.what can i overclock the e8400 to?
    2.No one still said if all the parts are compatible with each other
    3.Is the e8400 rly a good processor for $203.99 (performance:cost ratio)

    1) I think people are hitting 4Ghz with these. Is a x9 mutiplier, so at a 400 bus you are at 3.6Ghz which would run DDR2 800 in a 1:1 ratio. If you want 4Ghz I suggest faster RAM since you will be at a 445MHz bus.
    2) I did say "everything will work"
    3) Absolutely. You won't get a quad to hit 4Ghz like the e8400 will. I guess it depends on what you are doing with it. For games YES, the faster clock delivers better performance on most games over a quad core that runs slower. If you are running alot of apps that take advantage of all 4 cores, then maybe a quad is your cup of tea.
  14. hmm but for a bit less you can get a 720 BE which is a superior processor in many ways, just overclocking is a hit and miss situation, you may hit 3.2ghz, or you may get to 4.4ghz.

    also am2+ mobo's are cheaper than intel mobo's and use less energy.

    and the GTX 285 is way overpriced, 4890 with a nice 100mhz oc is the way to go.
  15. is the 4890 better then the gtx 285
    and what am2+ mobo should i get then if the intel suck?
  16. the 4890 is equal to a GTX 275/280 stock but when oc'd it can reach GTX 285 performance.

    for an AM2+ mobo the best idea would be a 790GX motherboard, any make except asrock preferably, also biostar boards may let you overclock further so take that into account.
  17. also i need a board that has 4 240pin ddr2 slots and can hold 8 and more GB
  18. im still debating over the 4890 or the gtx 285
  19. I read that ati is releasing a OC'd 4890 at the end of april.
    Is it at par with the gtx 285 or above and is it a good video card to buy?
  20. The 4890 is roughly equal to the 275 gtx. The 285 is faster than both of those by a little.
  21. if i wanted to OC the e8400 to 4GHz how many MHz must my ram have?
  22. I was checking out the evga tx 285 vs. the xfx gtx 285 (both regular no OC edition)
    and im not sure wich company is better (performance, price, warranty)
  23. They're both good companies to get the card from. I know at least XFX has a lifetime warranty.
    Both cards are about the same price after rebate, but the XFX comes with 2 free games, I think that would make it the obvious choice.
  24. So what type of ram do i need for a OC of 4GHz on my E8400?
  25. is the SIGMA SHARK SP-635 635W ATX12V V2.01 SLI Ready Power Supply - Retail a good psu?
  26. Its probably fine, never heard of the brand though.
    I'd go with a corsair 650W though, its only a little more $$, and has free shipping
  27. As i stated before wat type of ram do i need for OCing a E8400 to 4GHz?
  28. I'm not sure. The ram you picked out is probably fine.

    You could go with a DDR2-1066 set, it might allow further overclocking than DDR2-800
  29. ok thx
  30. Yup, a bit pricey though.

    This ram has the same timings and costs less
  31. k thx :)
  32. i changed my list a bit ( mainly because they became too pricy or out of stock)

    The psu i was getting was $199 for 650w but there is a 750w for $129
    is this a good deal?

    also the gpu i was getting is out of stock so what gpu is recommended for crysis and under $440.
    I was thinking of a gtx 275 or ati 4890 what do you think?

    one more question when newegg says that you save a set amount of money instantly on an item how long does the savings last for?
  33. Yeah, that PSU is a good deal.

    I'd go with the GTX 275, since it will come bundled with COD5, and a 4890 won't

    or, a GTX 285 is still under $440 if you feel you want a little more performance.

    Both are good cards, and both come bundled with a free game, COD 5

    The savings on items from newegg change pretty often.
  34. Another question. i was looking at a pic of the mobo that i was getting (GABYTE GA-EP45-UD3L LGA 775 Intel P45 ATX Intel Motherboard) and will my gpu fit on the mobo with out blocking ports like the ram (cause there really close together) The gpu either being the gtx 285 OR 275.
  35. No graphics card will block the RAM slots. Depending on how wide the card is, it might block two SATA ports, but that won't be a problem unless you have more than 4 hard drives + dvd drives
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