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One click... gets you all this:

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OCZ Revodrive 350 PCIe  Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 1TB 7200 rpm ST31000... Acer HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GH70N  Noctua NH-D14 SE2011 
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post #42 of 54
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would a 500watt power supply be enough to power rookie1337's list?
Edited by vltor - 1/30/11 at 10:13pm
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what would be a decent sound card?
post #45 of 54
dont need one an extra sound card will put you above your budget, seriously though if you just want to game you can go AMD and it will beat the crap out of your ps3
post #46 of 54
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Originally Posted by vltor;12206172 
would a 500watt power supply be enough to power rookie1337's list?

500 watt should be enough, but I'd opt for 600 or 700 incase you ever want to add a second video card or two smile.gif

and also the motherboard has onboard sound, so no need to spend money on a soundcard. However, later when you want to add one you can, but for now the onboard sound is good enough without having to stretch your budget.
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you can save some money if you don't want the PSU and use your current one, you can also get the ram rookie1337 listed.

The heatsink is one if not the best heatsink right now. You won't need to replace it if you ever upgrade to an i7 system.
post #48 of 54
Go AMD.

600.00 is easily done over there.

*Note* I see thats where you are leaning.
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Originally Posted by phaseshift;12219608 
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you can save some money if you don't want the PSU and use your current one, you can also get the ram rookie1337 listed.

The heatsink is one if not the best heatsink right now. You won't need to replace it if you ever upgrade to an i7 system.

where did u find that combo with the amd 955 be? i had it yesterday then it mysteriously disappeared. i cant seem to find it!
post #50 of 54
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Originally Posted by phaseshift;12219479 
500 watt should be enough, but I'd opt for 600 or 700 incase you ever want to add a second video card or two smile.gif

and also the motherboard has onboard sound, so no need to spend money on a soundcard. However, later when you want to add one you can, but for now the onboard sound is good enough without having to stretch your budget.

naahh im good with one. im not that rich
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