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PeterJensen
08-22-06, 11:41 AM
Ok guys :p

I have just made a buy :o Is it o.k, or do i need to make some last min. changes?

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Leadtek GeForce 7900 GT / 256MB / PCI-E

Asus AiLifestyle / Intel P965 Express / Sata2

CoolerMaster Centurion 530 / Sort-Slv

Intel Core 2 Duo / E6600 / 4MB / 2,40GHz / TRAY

Seagate 160 GB HDD - 7200 Rpm - 2 MB - Sata II

Hiper HPU-4K530 / 530W / Sort

Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Music / PCI

Benq DW1650 - DVDRW (R DL) - 16x/16x - Sort

Kingston ValueRAM / 2GB (2x1GB) DDR2 / 800 MHz

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Please make a note if i have forgotten something :( (i need parts to make the whole pc :) )

SemperFi
08-22-06, 01:02 PM
I wouldnt recommend the Kingston Value ram. Corsair has a value series that performs much better. I try to stay away from any "value" series of memory. It never seems to last long, especially OC'd.

SH64
08-22-06, 01:36 PM
Your PC sucks!!! who told you to get that grabage ??












j/k its great! :p

what montior will be going along this PC ?? (sorry if i missed it)

PeterJensen
08-22-06, 02:38 PM
Uhmmm lol i forgot the monitor :D

Also forgot the CPU cooler. What should i get there?

PeterJensen
08-22-06, 02:40 PM
And what OC should i get from that E6600?

mark501
08-23-06, 12:45 PM
Looks good. I would get a hard drive with at least 8MB buffer though

ShiningArcanine
08-25-06, 08:14 PM
Get a Thermalright heatsink. Which one you get does not matter so long as it is compatible. You cannot go wrong with them.

Also, I second the Corsair ValueSelect memory suggestion and the at least 8MB buffer suggestion. I suggest that you get a Western Digital hard drive instead of the Seagate hard drive. The Western Digital hard drives have better performance, consume less power and generate less noise than Seagate hard drives. They are overall a much better value for your money.