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November 13, 2012 9:52:33 PM

Okay so I'm building a home server to run a gaming server.
I'm just buying a mother board, cpu, and ram and putting
it into my desktop (Which i don't use very much anymore).

The desktop is the: HP Pavilion Slimline s3707c Desktop

So what I'm wondering is if the parts I'm looking for are
good for what I need them for.

Here is the motherboard: http://shop.amd.com/us/All/Detail/Motherboard/A880GM-M7...

I don't know if I should decide between the cheaper CPU which
has a lower bus speed and frequency or the more expensive
one with a larger bus speed and frequency.

Here are the CPU's: http://shop.amd.com/us/All/Detail/Processor/HDZ96ZTWFK4...

http://shop.amd.com/us/All/Detail/Processor/AD605EHDK42...

And of course the 16GB RAM:
http://www.amazon.com/Corsair-Channel-SODIMM-Memory-CMS...


So I'd just like to make sure all these parts are compatible with
eachother and with my desktop? Are my parts good for hosting
a gaming server? Any parts you would recommend instead of
these? Any other info?

Thanks for the help.

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a b V Motherboard
November 13, 2012 10:45:39 PM

None of your amd.com links work.
November 13, 2012 11:19:56 PM

zdbc13 said:
None of your amd.com links work.





The links work now
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a b V Motherboard
November 14, 2012 2:19:42 AM

You aren't going to have a lot of luck trying to replace the mainboard in a HP branded slim case. I wouldn't even bother trying. Either make so with what;s in that computer now, or toss it and get a new case.

Do you have the system requirements for the game server? What game is it? You probably don't need as big of a system as you would think.


a b à CPUs
a b V Motherboard
November 14, 2012 2:27:42 AM

I say start from scratch too. You could possibly use some of the parts from the PC though. At least get a different case to put it in. That will be much more upgradable for the future. I also recommend shopping at www.newegg.com for parts. If you give us some specs and budget we can help you come up with something.
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