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    well i never thought of this before but i am going to attempent to make a pc. i am looking at motherboards on ebuyer (uk). i relise that i will need to purchace a case. well what i am trying to find out is that if i buy this mother board will it fit with the following products thankz.

    plz reply with an answer and if the answer is it wiont work or be compatable then plz look arounf e buyer and past some quick find codes so i can lok them up as soon as i get back from school.

    the products i am looking at are as follows.

    MOTHERB0ARD. QUICK FIND CODE - 40521
    WEB ADDRESS (WITH SPEC) http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/in...oduct_uid=40521

    CPU (PROCESSOR). QUICK FIND CODE - 29003
    WEB ADDRESS http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/in...oduct_uid=29003

    COMPUTER CASE. QUICK FIND CODE - 32625
    WEB ADDRESS. http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/in...oduct_uid=32625

    POWER LEAD QUICK FIND CODE - 20293

    MEMORY (RAM) QUICK FIND CODE - 16422
    WEB ADDRESS. http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/in...oduct_uid=16422

    HARD DRIVE. QUICK FIND CODE - 40971
    WEB ADDRESS - http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/in...oduct_uid=40971

    that all. umm i can sort a mouse and keybord and mniter so dont loko 4 1 of those.

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    so could plaease could someone look at ebutyer and check that they are all compatapul parts and that i have got the ob sound and ob graphics.

    in other words will the above run a pc.(excluding a mouse, keybord, moniter, os.)


    thanks i apreashete it



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    You should go with this kind of memory http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/in...oduct_uid=36557

    And you need a good heat sink and fan for this Socket A processor. If you look at the one they suggest for this processor, note how big the heat sink is. I had an experience lately while putting a system together like this, that the heat sink got in the way of the power supply. In other words, It would not fit in a mid sized case. To be on the safe side, I would go with a full sized ATX case to avoid running into this problem.

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    I would rather buy this mainboard:

    http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/in...oduct_uid=40522

    Its a bit more expensive but I think its more stable and have better features.

    Your RAM wont be compatible look for this one instead:
    http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/in...oduct_uid=46052

    Your HD will be ok altough i personally prefer Seagate.

    If your willing to pay a bit more look at this one:
    http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/in...oduct_uid=36369

    it cost 14 more and has double as much space


    Dont you want to buy a video card?

    I hope I could make everything clear.

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    I just saw this thread yet. I already posted you a reply here :'(

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    Never liked the Epox boards, since they've been around I've always had a Gigabyte board. Does the same, cheaper and you get more for your money.

    This is what I'm currently running on

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    The other thing you want to do is find a computer fair in your area. If you go to a fair you'll save more money and you'll be able to ask the venders for advice. Usually you can get 'show specials' which are mother-boards and processors sold together which are even cheaper and are definatly compatible.

  8. Software & Hardware   -   #7
    the mb is fast and good for overclocking downthe road.the pc 100 ram is old p2 and will not work with that cpu or mb,ddr 2100 or ddr 2700 will work ddr 2700 will not go out of date as quick as the ddr2100.the mb & hd both suport 333 front side bus so down the line you will be ready for amd 2800+

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    Is there a website for computer faire?

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    Originally posted by jobes@3 March 2003 - 16:25
    You should go with this kind of memory http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/in...oduct_uid=36557

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    I wouldn't buy noname ddr ram the risk that it doesnt work properly is just too high.

    you will be ready for amd 2800+ 
    It costs much more.

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    I see no difference between except "designer" ram and conventional ram, other than a HUGE difference in price.

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