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Hey.

Just joined the forum, hope it will grow fast, Might as well start one of these threads like alot of forums...

Wheres everyone from?
2010 Macbook Pro
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Toronto Canada Some cool computer mod stores here!
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nice, we havnt got any good comp stores here :/ and modding well we are on our own and have to order in from online stores lol
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yeah. my old town did not have any good places either. getting what you want RIGHT NOW is awesome!
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lucky you but i dont buy that often so waiting a few days for package to come via mail isnt that bad
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post #6 of 6401
true. and you can sometimes find better deals online.

"patience grasshoppa"
post #7 of 6401
I just joined up from Tucson Arizona. I'm in the process of putting together a new system based on the ASUS A7N8X-E Deluxe motherboard with an XP 2500+ (Barton). Being on a budget, I splurged on the motherboard a little so I can upgrade a little as I can later and I got a pair of 256MB DDR400 memory sticks to go along that will support some overclocking over the stock speed of the CPU. I also ended up getting an ASUS ATI 9600SE/TD graphics card. I'm cobbling a system together based on my old PIII/500 system while upgrading my daughters even slower system. I can slide the hard disk, CD-RW, DVD-ROM, monitor, etc. into the new machine and swap a couple things out of her old machine to end up with two machines for only about $450..... I'm not going to overclock the new machine right away, but I'm thinking about the possibilities (having never OC'd before).... Hopefully this forum will help.

Jim.
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I just joined up from Tucson Arizona. I'm in the process of putting together a new system based on the ASUS A7N8X-E Deluxe motherboard with an XP 2500+ (Barton). Being on a budget, I splurged on the motherboard a little so I can upgrade a little as I can later and I got a pair of 256MB DDR400 memory sticks to go along that will support some overclocking over the stock speed of the CPU. I also ended up getting an ASUS ATI 9600SE/TD graphics card. I'm cobbling a system together based on my old PIII/500 system while upgrading my daughters even slower system. I can slide the hard disk, CD-RW, DVD-ROM, monitor, etc. into the new machine and swap a couple things out of her old machine to end up with two machines for only about $450..... I'm not going to overclock the new machine right away, but I'm thinking about the possibilities (having never OC'd before).... Hopefully this forum will help.

Jim.
sup jim. your system sounds cool! I love the A7N8X-E Deluxe mobo.... mmmmm nice mobo. I have a buddy running it. Good luck with your systems and just post something if you have a question... I am up to 4 oc'd machines now so I think I am getting the hang of it
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sup jim. your system sounds cool! I love the A7N8X-E Deluxe mobo.... mmmmm nice mobo. I have a buddy running it. Good luck with your systems and just post something if you have a question... I am up to 4 oc'd machines now so I think I am getting the hang of it
Thanks! I really loved all the features in the A7N8X-E Deluxe motherboard. Can't wait to get the last box of parts from Newegg so I can start turning screws! Having never OC'd before, I'm not sure exactly what to do. It would be great to find a good cookbook for overclocking. But first, I just want to see my new beastie chugging along at stock speeds for awhile.

Jim.
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Welcome Jim ye i agree the A7N8X-E Deluxe is very nice but im just as happy with my Epox 8KTA+ untill i need to upgrade to serial ata lol
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