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warszawa1972

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Need some advice pls!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Asus P5k Deluxe WIFI P35 PCIE
Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 3.0G/1333/4M
Kingston Kvr 667Mhz Ddr2 No-Ecc 4096 Mb Kit
Sata2 400.0 Seagate 7200 16M
Case Antec Nine Hundred
650W Power Atx Antec Tru650 Trio
Dvd+/- Lg sata Dl Ls 18/18
Ms-Win Vista Ultimate X64
Sapphire Pcie Rad Hd2900XT 512M or Asus Pcie GF8 EN8800 GTS 640M

Edited by warszawa1972, 25 July 2007 - 02:00 PM.

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james_8970

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Personally I recommend the HD2900XT, I have it and really enjoy the card, with recent drivers it should outperform the GTS in most instances and when you factor the games that you recieve from the card it's really cheaper then the GTS (assuming you'd play them).
Do you plan on overclocking?
I recommend the Q6600 over the 6850, can you give me a link to that PSU.

Also I highly recommend you buy from these stores as they are generally much cheaper.
www.NCIX.ca
www.directcanada.com
www.anitec.ca
These sites are great and offer more support, I'm just assuming your buying from someone local or tiger direct.
James
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warszawa1972

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No overclocking for me

I have only that link

http://www.tomshardw...pu_charts_2007/
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Can you clarify what your trying to tell me with that link or did you post the incorrect link. It's a really indepth article from toms that I have only begun as it's HUGE, but could you clarify why you posted it.
Also I recommend Vista home premium over ultimate as you probably will never use the additional things you get over premium, so why pay more? Also at this current time I highly recommend you stick with 32bit apposed to 64bit.
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