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hardwheat

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hi guys..

i want to build a new system, its for gaming and graphics layout. will this build do.?.

19" AOC 193FW wide 1440x900
Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3L
Intel Q6600 (2.4G) 8mb 1066FSB C2Q
Corsair 2GB XMS DHX 800 (1gb x 2)
Inno3D 9600GT OC 512ddr3 dvi 256bit
250gb Western Digital SATA 8mb
Corsair CMPSU-620HX 620w
CoolerMaster Centurion 5 (no psu)


can't find other PSU and casing available with the local shops.

and can anyone suggest an AMD crossfire build with ATI Radeon video card...

any help is greatly appreciated..... T_T
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Troy

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Hi there,

Yes this build will do just nicely. This will be a better option over an AMD/ATI build, so I won't bother suggesting one.

Do you have a DVD Burner to go with that?

What about an OS?

Cheers

Troy
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hardwheat

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Hi there,

Yes this build will do just nicely. This will be a better option over an AMD/ATI build, so I won't bother suggesting one.

Do you have a DVD Burner to go with that?

What about an OS?

Cheers

Troy



yes an LG DVD burner... for the OS, I already have one (Vista Home Basic) given by my friend from Utah...


thank you Troy

Good Day..
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Troy

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No worries, and good luck with it! :)

Keep us updated.

Troy
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