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post #11 of 18
direct canada is the best price wise. beats ncix majority of the time. I too am building a new computer and will be buying most of my parts from them.
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post #12 of 18
I can make it from the 400/King Rd. To Highway 11(3rd line ORO) in 35 Min.

Try downtown barrie.
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post #13 of 18
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I made a few changes to the build I was suggested earlier, what do you think of this?

Motherboard: ASUS M2N-E - $113.40
Processor: AMD 3200+ AM2 Orleans - $93.49
RAM: OCZ GX XTC PC2-5400 2X512MB CL4-4-4-12 - $132.50
Video Card: Evga E-GEFORCE 7600 GT KO - $159.00
Case: Thermaltake Mambo - $49.95
Power Supply: Zippy HG2-6400P 460W - $90.72

Subtotal - $639.06
S&H - $0.00
Insurance - $9.59
6% GST - $38.92
Total $687.57

How's that?
    
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The RAM and motherboard you picked aren't that good, the XTC RAM doesn't OC that well and the motherboard can only supply 1.9ish voltage for the RAM
    
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post #15 of 18
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The RAM and motherboard you picked aren't that good, the XTC RAM doesn't OC that well and the motherboard can only supply 1.9ish voltage for the RAM
Hrm, well, I'll take another look then, I need to figure something out soon so I can get this puppy shipped over.

I've decided to use the MSI K9N SLI Platinum instead. On the MSI website, it shows RAM going up to 2.2v with it, so the voltage shouldn't be an issue. I'm sticking with the RAM I have chosen though.

The only thing is I have to order it from Canadacomputers. So it'll cost me about $704.62 in total now for this:

Motherboard: [MSI K9N SLI Platinum - $139.07 (Total for seperate order, w/ tax and S&H)
Processor: AMD 3200+ AM2 Orleans - $93.49
RAM: OCZ GX XTC PC2-5400 2X512MB CL4-4-4-12 - $132.50
Video Card: Evga E-GEFORCE 7600 GT KO - $159.00
Case: Thermaltake Mambo - $49.95
Power Supply: Zippy HG2-6400P 460W - $90.72

Sub Total - $525.66
S&H - $0.00
Insurance - $7.88
6% GST - $32.01
Total - $565.55
Total2 - $139.07
Grand Total - $704.62
    
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post #16 of 18
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So I'm assuming this build is good since no one else has responded?
    
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post #17 of 18
To cut off some of that you could go with the Abit KN9 Ultra, should be a little better (and cheaper) as that board you posted. Unless you really want an SLI board.
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To cut off some of that you could go with the Abit KN9 Ultra, should be a little better (and cheaper) as that board you posted. Unless you really want an SLI board.
Only problem is there is none available at either place I'm ordering from.

Ah, I just realized what I had down wasn't exactly what I wanted.

Motherboard: MSI K9N NEO-F - $90.72
Processor: AMD 3200+ AM2 Orleans - $93.49
RAM: OCZ GX XTC PC2-5400 2X512MB CL4-4-4-12 - $132.50
Video Card: Evga E-GEFORCE 7600 GT - $155.10
Case: Thermaltake Mambo - $49.95
Power Supply: Antec SP-500 Smartpower 2.0 (500w) - $78.10

Sub Total - $599.85
S&H - $0.00
Insurance - $9.00
6% GST - $36.53
Total - $645.38
    
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