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    ALLITE GUYS I THINK THIS IS IT LET ME KNOW WAT YOU GUYS THINK

    THANKS
    SILVER

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    Re: I think this is the final comp, DONT CHANGE IF NOT NEEDED TY

    Lemme cut through the extra junk and see what you have...

    NEC 3540 DVDRW
    Seagate 7200.8 250GB SATA drive
    NZXT Trinity BLK case w/ 400W (assumed generic) power supply
    ECS KN1 SLI nForce4 motherboard
    AMD Athlon64 San Diego 4000+
    AOpen 6800GT 256MB PCI Express
    Mushkin SP3200 1GB PC3200 RAM
    Audigy 2 ZS Gamer

    Codegen 2.1 speakers
    Acer AL1716 17" LCD
    XP Home

    Does that sound right? Some comments:

    Great choices on the DVDRW and harddrive.

    I can't tell, do you have 2 of those video cards selected? I'd go for 1 7800GTX instead, but that's just me. I would not trust a 400W generic power supply to run 2 6800GT's, if that's what you have selected.

    I know nothing about that motherboard.

    The processor is great.

    Do you have 2 sticks of RAM selected? Again, can't tell through the mess.

    Again, I'd go for a Creative X-Fi card instead of the Audigy 2. You're getting the latest and greatest for everything else, why not the sound card too?

    Originally posted by SilverStealth89
    ** Hoes delivered damaged and/or defective may be returned for an identical replacement.
    Nice! It's great when a company stands behind their Hoes! :p
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      Re: I think this is the final comp, DONT CHANGE IF NOT NEEDED TY

      lol you got 1 out of the 3 mistakes that i added, and thanks perry for your input. all u saying is get the best sound card, but one thing should i get the Viewsonic VX724 17" 3ms LCD

      http://viewsonic.com/FastandFirst/family.html



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        Re: I think this is the final comp, DONT CHANGE IF NOT NEEDED TY

        i forgot to answer your question there are 2 sticks of 1GB mushkin RAM



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          Re: I think this is the final comp, DONT CHANGE IF NOT NEEDED TY

          SLI systems are a: Not worth it currently, and b: too power hungry. I wouldn't run a 6800GT SLI on any PSU not specifically designed to handle them (and there are currently all of two good ones, one of which is 200+ by itself).
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            Re: I think this is the final comp, DONT CHANGE IF NOT NEEDED TY

            lol iw as just about to post concerning the PS, wat would be an ideal PS on newegg no more than 45 bucks that can sustain all that, cuz a friend of my is running config if more than this on 480W, so im looking for 500W min



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              Re: I think this is the final comp, DONT CHANGE IF NOT NEEDED TY

              actually make that no more than 30 bucks



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                Re: I think this is the final comp, DONT CHANGE IF NOT NEEDED TY

                Originally posted by SilverStealth89
                lol iw as just about to post concerning the PS, wat would be an ideal PS on newegg no more than 45 bucks that can sustain all that, cuz a friend of my is running config if more than this on 480W, so im looking for 500W min
                You're crazy if you think you're going to get a quality power supply for under $45.

                All you'll get for that amount is a cheap piece of junk that may or may not work for a year or so...
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                  Re: I think this is the final comp, DONT CHANGE IF NOT NEEDED TY

                  I would go with something like this: Antec TruePower 2.0 TP2-550 EPS12V ATX12V 550W Power Supply - Retail - nVIDIA SLI Certified
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                  • #10
                    Re: I think this is the final comp, DONT CHANGE IF NOT NEEDED TY

                    lol you really behind that antec i ofund one on newegg for 28 bucks, itw as called something demonic



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                      Re: I think this is the final comp, DONT CHANGE IF NOT NEEDED TY

                      but anyways is that enough wattage, oh and cingular wat do you think of the rest of the system. LCD good? sound card good?



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                        Re: I think this is the final comp, DONT CHANGE IF NOT NEEDED TY

                        The best SLI power supply available:
                        http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817703001

                        What I would buy:
                        OCZ Powerstream 520W (~$100)

                        Simply put, if you go cheap on the power supply, not only will the PSU likely die on you, but it will probably take out a significant amount of your expensive computer parts with it. and many warranties *do not cover stuff that's broken by faulty hardware/incompatability*
                        A friend of mine found that out the hard way. System hit by lightning, PSU didn't have proper surge protection, fried his mobo, cpu, GPU, hdd's. I've had a system with a good PSU get hit by lightning and just lost the PSU.

                        Look at it like this, you're going to spend mucho dollars on all that high end equipment, and you're going to skimp on the part that provides power to all of it?

                        What I'd really do is dump the SLI, and get a single 7800GT with this PSU:
                        http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817104934
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                          Re: I think this is the final comp, DONT CHANGE IF NOT NEEDED TY

                          Nec Burner model ND-3540A black oem - $44.99
                          http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16827152047
                          Black Trinity Case - $104.99
                          http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811146015
                          Seagate 250GB sata HDD - $96
                          http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...2E16822148065R
                          ECS Mobo - $117.99
                          http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813135203
                          Audigy2 Gamer - $77 (after rebate)
                          http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16829102171
                          AMD64 San Deigo 4000+ $368
                          http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819103529
                          Aopen 6800GT - $268 (after rebate)
                          http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814135171
                          Codgen 2.1 speakers $42.87
                          http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16836135003
                          2GB Mushkin PC3200 ram - $219.64
                          http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820146190
                          Viewsonic VX724 Monitor - $311.99
                          http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824116359

                          That's your *exact* system. Total Cost Shipped from Newegg:
                          $1,651.47

                          That would easily give you enough money to buy a good quality PSU for $100 and upgrade to a 7800GT and buy a retail copy of XP home and still be short of your $2000 spending limit.
                          As for warranties, the CPU, Graphics Card, Sound Card, Monitor, speakers, Ram, and motherboard are all covered by manufacturers warranties (3 year in most cases) and the rest is covered by Newegg's 90-day DOA replacement warranty.

                          Granted, you'd have to do the assembly yourself. But I don't think it'd be that hard for you to do, or find a friend knowledgable in doing so to help you do it.

                          Just letting you know what all of the options that are out there are.

                          And on a side note, the OEM version of XP they ship you is only good for the PC it's shipped on, and is invalid if you replace certain core parts (XP refuses to boot when you change the motherboard. You can get around that, but it's a pain)
                          Whereas if you buy a retail copy of xp home, you can have it installed on any 1 PC that you own at any point for the rest of your life.
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                          Everybody should believe in something - I believe I'll have another drink.
                          Happiness is like wetting your pants, everyone can see it but only you can feel the warmth.
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                            Re: I think this is the final comp, DONT CHANGE IF NOT NEEDED TY

                            http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811129155 - that'd probably be my chocie if I were building a system tomorrow. Antec Sonata II w/ 450W power supply. SLI ain't my thing. I have a Sonata (not Sonata II) and love it.

                            If I had money to spare, Antec P180 and a Seasonic S12 power supply. But I like quiet stuff.

                            Lemme rephrase my statement about generic power supplies. I would not trust a generic power supply -- SLI or not. A $30 500W unit is NOT one that I would trust..

                            I'm not current on the LCD's.. I do like my Dell 2001FP.
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                              Re: I think this is the final comp, DONT CHANGE IF NOT NEEDED TY

                              Originally posted by SilverStealth89
                              but anyways is that enough wattage, oh and cingular wat do you think of the rest of the system. LCD good? sound card good?
                              Cheap wattage doesn't count. I'd rather have a good 480w PSU than a cheap million watt PSU.

                              LCD? Space isn't a premium on my desk, and I don't go to LAN parties anymore, so I have no need to pay more for an LCD than I would for a CRT. Dollar for dollar, you're going to get a bigger and better image from a CRT.

                              Sound card? It's very good, but it's not high-end like the rest of your stuff. You'll be satisfied with it, though, I'm sure.

                              Spyder gives you good advice on ordering from www.NewEgg.com and building your own.
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