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do these parts go together?

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hi my name is nate,

ive been trying to build a gaming computer to play older games and also newer games when they come out
ive noticed that building your copmuter is more cheaper and will probably be a fun challenge to build
i was wondering if these parts went together and if anyone had any recomendations for me

thnx alot

heres the list

power supply
video card
hard drive
dvd burner

Edited by nate_pwns_u, 09 June 2007 - 04:36 PM.

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(post now irrelevant as original poster has linked to the original items and not his shopping cart :whistling:)

Edited by Neil Jones, 10 June 2007 - 03:00 AM.

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Everything works together though I have a few suggestions.
Every DX10 card below the 8800GTS cannot run DX10 at playable settings, I recommend getting a higher end DX9 card if you can get the 8800GTS 320MB card.

Never cheap out on the PSU,
I suggest PC power and cooling, silverstone and Antec.

Since your on a lower budget I recommend you go with AMD.

If for some reason you don't like AMD I recommend the P35 chipset for motherboards due to greater upgradability.

Get vista 32bit not 64. There isn't enough support for 64bit windows.

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