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post #1 of 9
Thread Starter 
ok im scrapping the allright 478 rig I got now
by selling my 2 processors and saving up cash

i have $300 now lol
possibly 400-500 in a couple weeks

and I trying to get a new PCI-e Dualcore Build up
the Pentium D 8XX line looks ok, and the 9xx is amazing but kinda outta budget
i dont think any good Pentium D MOBOS use DDR or AGP anymore

so I have to sell my ballistix stick and crap mx4000 and mobo lol

basically what mobo and processor and RAM should I get for my said budget
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Pentium D 805 4Gz ABIT AW9D-MAX Saphire x1950 Pro 512 4x512 Buffalo Firestix 
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post #2 of 9
if 500 is ur budget ur pretty much stuck with the pentium d 805 my friend has it and it seems fine and his is oc'd a bit. ur basicly gonna need ram, mobo, cpu, and video card?
post #3 of 9
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16813128317

thats the same board my friend has
post #4 of 9
I am still going with what I recommended in your other thread.
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post #5 of 9
go for the PD 805. i hear it can go over 3.2ghz
post #6 of 9
Thread Starter 
well, money issues resurfaced, and I gotta put this on hold for a few months but lets plan anyway

pauldovi, can you say for the lazy people, who dont want to go look for he other thread
what you recommended, no links are necessary

REMEMBER GUYS: in a few months, prices will drop AGAIN
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Pentium D 805 4Gz ABIT AW9D-MAX Saphire x1950 Pro 512 4x512 Buffalo Firestix 
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160 SATAII 2x30 IDE RAID Samsung DVD-RW e / XP Pro / Ubuntu 7.04 Viewsonic 19" Pro 
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post #7 of 9
Pentium d 805. Its an older dual core processor but overclocking possibilities are good.Listen to pauldovi if its going to be anyone, hes the intel guru.
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Intel 240GB SSD HGST 4TB Storage DVD-RW Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO 
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post #8 of 9
ZipzoomFly is a great company, just as good as newegg.com and with free 2nd day shipping.

Intel Pentium® D Processor 805 $130 Free 2nd Day

Asus P5LD2-VM 945G $109 Free 2nd Day


G.SKILL Extreme Series 1GB DDR2-533
$82.80 with shipping


XFX GeForce 7600 GS Extreme Edition (this one has much faster clocks)
$139 Free 2nd Day

Total including shipping: $460.80
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post #9 of 9
That's a good build there, I would just recomend checking the 920 prices in a couple months when you are getting ready. At that point the price might be within your reach and well worth it for the 800FSB and 2x2MB L2 Presler core.


I'm at odds with Zipzoomfly.com at the moment. I asked to be notified when they got the ASUS Silent Square in stock as I was considering it for my cooling needs before giving up and going with the 9500. Since you mentioned zipzoomfly, I went and looked, and the Silent Aquare is in stock, but they never sent me the email.
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