PowerColor RADEON 9550 Video Card, 256MB DDR 128-bit, DVI/TV-Out, 8X AGP, Model R96-LD3
Kingmax SuperRAM Series Dual Channel Kit 184-Pin 1GB(512MBx2) DDR PC-3200, Model MPXD42D-2
Lite-On Black 52X32X52 CD-RW Drive, Model LTR-52327S
ROSEWILL RKM800SLV Silver Desktop Wireless Keyboard and Mouse
RAIDMAX Black 10-bay Case, Model "268WBP"
Microsoft Windows XP HOME Edition With Service Pack 2
Seagate 80 GB Barracuda 7200RPM SATA II with NCQ Hard Drive, Model ST380817AS
MGE Vigor Series 400W Power Supply P4 and AMD Approved, Dual LED FANs, Model "PSVG-400"
This is what i am looking into. I also want to overclock everything possible. I was wondering if you could point in the right direction to fnding a coolor ideal for that. Also i was worried about power supplys. I dont know whcih oen to get. Will the one i want work with my comp good or is it too strong or too weak? Ugh.. so many questions. haha.
All sounds good till I saw the vid card. I would try to go a little higher to a 9800 or even go to an x800 or a 6800 if you have the extra cash. If not, overclock that sucker as high as you can and you should be fine. I hated my 9200, when I upgraded to a x800 it made a world of a difference. Make sure you have enough cooling though, two might not be enough if your overclocking everything.
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