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Hey everybody, I'm trying to pick out some parts for a new computer and I was hoping you guys could look over the parts I chose to make sure they will all work. I've uploaded an Excel document and a word document with all the parts, prices, and links to them on Newegg.com to my website. Click these links to download whichever you want. Thanks!

Word - http://www.darklord3d.com/AMDcomp.doc

Excel - http://www.darklord3d.com/AMDcomp.xls
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What are you planning on doing with the system? Unfortunately the parts you list all look to be very low end parts. I would look for some ddr400 ram to match the cpu bus speed. What psu are you looking at getting?
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Originally Posted by busa
What are you planning on doing with the system?
Mostly website administration, email and such. nothin big. I already got a high powered PC I use for gaming, so this is more like a budget one.
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Unfortunately the parts you list all look to be very low end parts.
Like I said, budget PC, nothin overpowered.
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I would look for some ddr400 ram to match the cpu bus speed.
That I'll look into, thanks.
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What psu are you looking at getting?
I have no idea what a PSU is. *Braces for noob flames*
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Originally Posted by Darklord
Mostly website administration, email and such. nothin big. I already got a high powered PC I use for gaming, so this is more like a budget one.

Like I said, budget PC, nothin overpowered.

That I'll look into, thanks.

I have no idea what a PSU is. *Braces for noob flames*
No worries....PSU= power supply.
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for a budget pc it looks good, but something i think you should never go cheap on is the PSU, it will just bite u in the but further down the road...so go with a decent brand name psu rated at atleast 450watt....
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Originally Posted by pbasil1
for a budget pc it looks good, but something i think you should never go cheap on is the PSU, it will just bite u in the but firther down the road...so go with a decent brand name psu rated at atleast 450watt....
Amen, get this PSU, rosewill 500w for a very good price, has dual 12v rails @ 34A
    
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No worries....PSU= power supply.
OH DUH!!!!!

God I can be a moron.

Well I'll look into a new PSU, that one I can't use tho cuz its a 24 pin mobo and I need a 20.

I just realized my profile is WAY outdated, I gotta update this thing...
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Originally Posted by Darklord
OH DUH!!!!!

God I can be a moron.

Well I'll look into a new PSU, that one I can't use tho cuz its a 24 pin mobo and I need a 20.

I just realized my profile is WAY outdated, I gotta update this thing...
Yes you can
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