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Thread: Pc System Recommendation

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    I know lamsey as put some great input about this particular topic.But i would also like other peoples opinions...no offence lamsey.

    I want to get a new pc system built after xmas.I would like your advice on which parts you would recommend using.

    For example: adm or pentium, graphic card, ram. etc

    looking to spend 500-600

  2. Software & Hardware   -   #2
    an Athlon XP 2600+ should be good, with a ATI Radeaon 9600 mit 256 mb, 512mb ddr ram, DVD Drive, A nforce 2 Mainboard and so on....

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    What do you want to do with this PC when it's done?

    Is there anything that you really have to include?
    Anything you don't want?
    "I am the one who knocks."- Heisenberg

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    Originally posted by clocker@16 November 2003 - 23:28
    What do you want to do with this PC when it's done?

    Is there anything that you really have to include?
    Anything you don't want?
    i spend alot of time online lots of downloading/uploading
    play the odd game now and then
    cd writing
    use digital camera

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    Maybe a nice Asus board mated to a Barton core 2500+ with 512mb of good PC 3200 memory.
    80-120GB HDD.
    CD-RW.
    Mid level video card.
    Depending on the mobo you get you may not need anything for a sound card.
    Decent brand PSU ( maybe 350-400w?).

    Whatever case strikes your fancy.

    Done.
    "I am the one who knocks."- Heisenberg

  6. Software & Hardware   -   #6
    Originally posted by clocker@17 November 2003 - 00:38
    Maybe a nice Asus board mated to a Barton core 2500+ with 512mb of good PC 3200 memory.
    80-120GB HDD.
    CD-RW.
    Mid level video card.
    Depending on the mobo you get you may not need anything for a sound card.
    Decent brand PSU ( maybe 350-400w?).

    Whatever case strikes your fancy.

    Done.
    cheers clocker....for your help

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    Oh sure.

    My theory would be to get the best board that you can 'cause it's easy to upgrade everything else one step at a time.
    "I am the one who knocks."- Heisenberg

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