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    Ok, after months of saving, weeks of asking, and another week to get convinced to buy my own parts here is the "final" configuartion:


    NEW:

    RAIDMAX Silver 10-bay Case with 420W Power Supply, Model "ATX-822WSP" -RETAIL

    http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProductDesc....-156-141&depa=0




    NEW: BESTBUY SELLIN 120 GB FOR 79.99


    Mushkin 184 Pin 512MB DDR PC-3200 - Retail


    Model# 991093
    Item # N82E16820146219
    Specification
    Manufacturer: Mushkin
    Speed: DDR400(PC3200)
    Type: 184 Pin DDR SDRAM
    Error Checking: Non-ECC
    Registered/Unbuffered: Unbuffered
    Cas Latency: 2.5-4-4
    Support Voltage: 2.6V
    Bandwidth: 3.2GB/s
    Organization: 64M x 64 -Bit
    Warranty: Lifetime

    http://www.newegg.com/app/viewProductDesc....ufactory=BROWSE


    GIGABYTE i875P Chipset Motherboard for Intel Socket 478 CPU, Model "GA-8KNXP (REV 2.0)" -RETAIL

    Model# GA-8KNXP REV 2.0
    Item # N82E16813128185

    Specifications:
    Supported CPU: Intel Pentium 4 Processors(Prescott Ready)
    Chipset: Intel 875P + ICH5R
    FSB: 800/533/400MHz
    RAM: 6x DIMM support Dual Channel DDR400/333/266(ECC) Max 4GB
    IDE: 2x UltraDMA 133 RAID, 2x UltraDMA 100 up to 8 Devices
    Slots: 1x AGP Pro 8X, 5x PCI, 1x DPS
    Ports: 2xPS/2,1xLPT,2xCOM,8xUSB2.0(Rear 4),1xLAN,2xIEEE1394,Audio Ports
    Onboard Audio: Realtek ALC658 6-Channel CODEC
    Onboard LAN: Intel 82547 Gigabit Ethernet
    Onboard SATA/RAID: 4x Serial ATA
    Onboard 1394: 2 Ports by TI TSB43AB23
    Form Factor: ATX

    http://www.newegg.com/app/viewProductDesc....ufactory=BROWSE


    NEW: DUN NEED THE ETHERNET CARD ACCORDING TO VIRTUAL


    Intel Pentium 4/ 3.0E GHz 800MHz FSB, 1MB L2 Cache, Hyper Threading Technology - Retail

    Model# BX80546PG3000E
    Item # N82E16819116171

    Specification
    Model: Intel Pentium 4 3.0 GHz w/ Hyper Threading
    Core: Presscott
    Operating Frequency: 3.0GHz
    FSB: 800MHz
    Cache: 1MB ECC OD

    http://www.newegg.com/app/viewProductDesc....ufactory=BROWSE


    ATI 9800 PRO FROM CIRCUIT CITY FOR 200


    NEW : Total Cost W/ Shipping & Handling: $ 880.00






    1. Does everything work together?
    2. Will that 350 watt suffice?
    3. Anything i need to change?
    4. No i will not "wait till this or this" comes out - _ - ;;





    5. Thanks Everyone

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    mr. nails's Avatar m@D @n!m3 BT Rep: +1
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    if u like what u like then go for it, but...

    i would wait a couple of weeks and get an ati 9800xt for $200 (is what i'm doing), and REALLY, REALLY think about that case! u'll be needing 500 watts shortly! i have the same, but II and it came with that 350, but bought myself an antec 480 for back up for when i upgrade here in 2-4 weeks...
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    Yes I agree get an Antec. No I don't work for them.

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    Originally posted by zapjb@25 April 2004 - 00:51
    Yes I agree get an Antec. No I don't work for them.
    I'm still waiting for my T-shirt...

    Squirrel,
    I don't see any optical drives in your shopping list, but, assuming the normal compliment of two, there's no reason a quality 350w PSU shouldn't handle your needs just fine.
    Quality does not necessarily mean Antec ( certainly doesn't preclude it either).
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    ok I am no expert so listen to everyone else, but I think you have the makings of a very smart machine there, morocco mole will be proud

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    D-Link 10/100Mbps PCI Ethernet Adapter w/Wake on LAN, Model DFE-530TX+ - OEM
    Unnessasary part&#33; Your motherboard already has onboard LAN: Don&#39;t waste you money.

    Onboard LAN: Intel 82547 Gigabit Ethernet

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    here and here and here and here

    these are some good Raidmax cases, and they come with better PSUs too

    - Specifications -

    Case Type: Gaming Case
    Color: Red, silver, blue, black
    Material: 0.7mm SECC
    Drive Bays: 5.25" x 4/0, 3.5" x 2/4 (external/internal)
    Expansion Slots: 7
    Front Ports: 2xUSB2.0, 2xAudio
    Power Supply: 420W
    Cooling System: 2 fans
    Motherboard Compatibility: ATX Form Factor 12" x 10.5" or smaller
    Dimensions: 7.8" x 17.7" x 17" (WxDxH)

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    atiVidia's Avatar ^would've been cool.
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    Originally posted by Virtualbody1234@25 April 2004 - 07:38
    D-Link 10/100Mbps PCI Ethernet Adapter w/Wake on LAN, Model DFE-530TX+ - OEM
    Unnessasary part&#33; Your motherboard already has onboard LAN: Don&#39;t waste you money.

    Onboard LAN: Intel 82547 Gigabit Ethernet
    actually:

    @ secret squirrel: do you plan on converting your computer into a network gateway? (like, sharing the net thru the computers...)

    if so, it mite not be bad to have one...

  9. Software & Hardware   -   #9
    Ok, first of all i really appreciate all of your guyses input, this is probably saving me hundreds of dollars

    ok here is what i have changed:

    I took out that

    D-Link 10/100Mbps PCI Ethernet Adapter w/Wake on LAN, Model DFE-530TX+ - OEM

    i added:

    RAIDMAX Silver 10-bay Case with 420W Power Supply, Model "ATX-822WSP" -RETAIL


    I also found that since today is sunday, theres an ad in bestbuy for a 120 GB Internal Hard DRive for 79.99 <-- Great deal eh? So screw that 80 GB OEM one i had up there



    and Mr Nails:

    He says wait couple weeks for it. Can i survive without a video card and just wait for that to come out or should i just get these: (Pick which one i should get)

    http://www.newegg.com/app/viewProductDesc....ufactory=BROWSE


    OR


    http://www.newegg.com/app/viewProductDesc....ufactory=BROWSE

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    atiVidia's Avatar ^would've been cool.
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    Originally posted by Secret Squirrel@25 April 2004 - 12:35
    Ok, first of all i really appreciate all of your guyses input, this is probably saving me hundreds of dollars

    ok here is what i have changed:

    I took out that

    D-Link 10/100Mbps PCI Ethernet Adapter w/Wake on LAN, Model DFE-530TX+ - OEM

    i added:

    RAIDMAX Silver 10-bay Case with 420W Power Supply, Model "ATX-822WSP" -RETAIL


    I also found that since today is sunday, theres an ad in bestbuy for a 120 GB Internal Hard DRive for 79.99 <-- Great deal eh? So screw that 80 GB OEM one i had up there



    and Mr Nails:

    He says wait couple weeks for it. Can i survive without a video card and just wait for that to come out or should i just get these: (Pick which one i should get)

    http://www.newegg.com/app/viewProductDesc....ufactory=BROWSE


    OR


    http://www.newegg.com/app/viewProductDesc....ufactory=BROWSE
    rofl good stuff

    but if u add a case dont u need to kill the other case???

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