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Hello there. I am going to be building this new system soon and i want to make sure that it will all be compatable and that i can setup RAID with the hdd's that i have selected e.t.c. There is a list of linkys below

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/120936

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/124869

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/106578/rb/0

http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/produ...uct_uid=112227 4 OF THEM IN RAID

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/120454/rb/0 2 OF THEM

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/123067

i have the cd drives, power supply and sound card allready.

Thanks alot

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An SLI board but only one 7600GT? Do you play on going SLI anytime soon?
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An SLI board but only one 7600GT? Do you play on going SLI anytime soon?
Yes what i will be doing is getting that card for the moment. My mate has that card it is actualy very decent for the money 80 fps on bf2 full graphics and AA. But yes when i have the money £400 - £600 then i will get dual 8800's in sli. but i have hard they are brining out a new card arnt they cant remember what its called but that will probably be way out of my price range.

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Alright, just making sure. Well, i would suggest going for some different memory.
http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/119273/rb/0 Get two of those, cheaper but can OC pretty well. You don't really want to waste money on 900mhz RAM when those can do 900 easily. (and don't worry about "sli" RAM, it only matters for Mobos and PSUs)

And i guess you are keeping the PSU and case? What about CPU cooling, do you want something good?
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Alright, just making sure. Well, i would suggest going for some different memory.
http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/119273/rb/0 Get two of those, cheaper but can OC pretty well. You don't really want to waste money on 900mhz RAM when those can do 900 easily. (and don't worry about "sli" RAM, it only matters for Mobos and PSUs)

And i guess you are keeping the PSU and case? What about CPU cooling, do you want something good?
Yes absolulty. I do allot of folding for my Clan and as i will be overclocking that prosessor i would spend a little on a decent fan like a zalman or something. 30 pounds is my budget for a fan.
    
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Alright, just making sure. Well, i would suggest going for some different memory.
http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/119273/rb/0 Get two of those, cheaper but can OC pretty well. You don't really want to waste money on 900mhz RAM when those can do 900 easily. (and don't worry about "sli" RAM, it only matters for Mobos and PSUs)

And i guess you are keeping the PSU and case? What about CPU cooling, do you want something good?
SLI ram = RAM with EPP.
http://computershopper.com/shoptalk/2006/05/15/post
It packs a bit more punch than regular RAM when coupled with EPP-capable motherboards.
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you really want vista 64 bit?
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I'm using it now. I only had one problem so far.. everything (including games) works.

..and the problem was CoreTemp and TAT not working. Not a big deal, since idle SpeedFan and Asus PC Probe temps were about the same as the post-reboot BIOS temps
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you really want vista 64 bit?
erm why not ??? drivers are out so i dont see the problem
    
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SLI ram = RAM with EPP.
http://computershopper.com/shoptalk/2006/05/15/post
It packs a bit more punch than regular RAM when coupled with EPP-capable motherboards.
So this epp yeah is it actualy out now and does it make realy much of a dramatic difference or not... cheers
    
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