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May 25, 2003 11:31:16 PM

Have been bouncing around with different ideas. heres one i think is pretty good and could be the final product(all buying from newegg)
-<A HREF="" target="_new">Thermaltake Xaser II A6000</A>
-<A HREF="" target="_new">Thermaltake Silent PurePower 420W</A>
-<A HREF="" target="_new">Asus A7N8X Deluxe Retail</A>
-AMD ATHLON XP 2500 bundle
-<A HREF="" target="_new">2xCorsair XMS 512 pc2700</A>
-Western Digital 60gig 8mb cache
-<A HREF="" target="_new">ATI OEM RADEON 9700 ATLANTIS</A>
-<A HREF="" target="_new">Lite On 52x24x52 CDRW Black</A>
-<A HREF="" target="_new">Lite On 16x DVDrom Black</A>
-<A HREF="" target="_new">Thermaltake (RED), Voice Controlled, Cold Cathode Fluorescence Lamp (CCFL). Excellent and super bright with Sound-Activation/Voice controlled & normal type adjustment</A>
as u may be able to tell from my sig. below, i have quite the old computer. maybe not quite 3 and half days, but u get the idea :wink: . It will be used 75%for gaming, 10%for movies or music, 10%for internet, and 5%for anything else. Suggestions and Opinions welcomed.
p.s. i already have Logitech Z680's on the way so dont need speakers.

My computer is so powerful, it can complete a simple math equation in only 3 and half days! :lol: 

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May 26, 2003 6:30:37 AM

If you are overclocking you may want to look at the Abit NF7-S, or the Epox 8RDA+ (cept this one doesn't have SATA or a Soundstorm cert).

Just a computer junky
May 26, 2003 3:54:43 PM

i would like to have a mb that supports 400mhz bus speed so i can just upgrade the cpu to hopefully the 3200 (or higher if theres faster ones out then) in the future, without having to get a new mb too. (i can do that right?)

My computer is so powerful, it can complete a simple math equation in only 3 and half days! :lol: 
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May 26, 2003 5:26:43 PM

Maybe K7n2 delta ilsr or a7n8x dlx rev 2. ilsr has more features i think

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May 27, 2003 2:58:21 AM

I beleave XP3200 is the last of the line until A64 is released. I don't know if the Mobos will support A64. If they don't you will have to buy new Mobo again. Maybe your better off with Intel an Canterwood. At least that Mobo is upgradeable for the next couple of years. It will support the new Prescott chips when they are releaded. You will not have to buy mew Mobo. Unlike AMD.