Looking for advice on an Upgrade

I am considering Upgrading my machine from what i have now(look below) to something with HT probably a 2.6ish
I was going to sell all the parts that would have to go to a friend. BTW this would be likely sometime in september.

This means changing my:

MoBo - (please suggest a board if possible) looking for long term future use and the best price.
would like to enclude S-ATA, Raid, firewire, USB 2
RAM - might go, is it worth changing from DDR333 to DDR400?
CPU - P4 2.6c or suggestion

as for my CASE, i have a Mecca case with an enlight 420W PSU was considering getting a better case. one that is QUITE, and will cool well enough for the Radion 9500, side window is not imortant but would be nice.

In the end i would like to be able to use the money from my friend + $200 more Canadian

Is this possible?

Any help would be great thanks


ASUS P4S8X - P4 2.4B - 2 x 512M DDR333 - ATI 9500 Pro(Sapphire) - WD 80G HD (8M Buffer) - SAMSUNG SV0844D 8G HD - LG 16X DVD - Yamaha F1 CDRW - Iomega Zip 250 int.
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  1. i would highly recomend pc3200 or pc3500...

    um...abit asus and gigabyte make some pretty nice boards...just choose by features which board you want to get...i cannot make that decision for you...


    Proud owner of DOS 3.3 :smile:
  2. Since your buying in Sept. Why not wait till 26 Oct for Intel price drop?
  3. That will save you more money on the 2.6c.
  4. you know that there will be a price drop on Oct 26?

    right on. i'll keep that in mind.

    Is the a chip set that anyone would recomend? or NOT for that matter.


    ASUS P4S8X - P4 2.4B - 2 x 512M DDR333 - ATI 9500 Pro(Sapphire) - WD 80G HD (8M Buffer) - SAMSUNG SV0844D 8G HD - LG 16X DVD - Yamaha F1 CDRW - Iomega Zip 250 int.
  5. 865pe with pat emulation
    875

    both intel both totally equal...


    Proud owner of DOS 3.3 :smile:
  6. Springdale is the budget of Canterwood. But running just has fast.
  7. Abit IS7 or Asus P4P800 two great Mobos priced right.
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