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need some support on choosing motherboard for computer !?


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psplover1234

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Need some one good at computer see if this bundle really work. i am going to build it, but not sure if the computer will work , like the graphic card is too good for my motherboard. here are the links for my computer.....
bundle : http://www.tigerdire...e...4&CatId=332

video card: http://www.tigerdire...p;Sku=P450-9830
plus 500 watt power supply
and more

will this work , please be specific ,, and i dont wanna any answer like , IDK . probably .... because they are not helping at all ..
5 points for the best answer , thank you
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Need some one good at computer see if this bundle really work. i am going to build it, but not sure if the computer will work , like the graphic card is too good for my motherboard. here are the links for my computer.....
bundle : http://www.tigerdire...e...4&CatId=332

video card: http://www.tigerdire...p;Sku=P450-9830
plus 500 watt power supply
and more

will this work , please be specific ,, and i dont wanna any answer like , IDK . probably .... because they are not helping at all ..
5 points for the best answer , thank you



That video card will work in that motherboard as the mobo has a 16x pci express slot and the video card is PCI express. ALWAYS Make sure the power supply you have is not a cheapie $20 unit for example. I always HIGHLY recommend to get a good reputable brand power supply that actually puts out close to the rating.

You could get by with using the included PSU but IMO I personally would not as the ones included with a case are always the Cheapie units.

Look into a company such as OCZ,Pc Power & cooling,corsair,Ultra etc which all of those are made with Higher quality components and are built to last and actually put out CLEAN POWER.

A cheap power supply can go out at any given time or damage your pc's components if you try to load to much stuff onto the power supply.

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yo thanks , but i am getting a new motherboard , any suggestion for it under 100 dollars , that can support this AMD DUO 3.0GHZ . and Geforce 9800 video card ? from tigerdirect or newegg .
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yo thanks , but i am getting a new motherboard , any suggestion for it under 100 dollars , that can support this AMD DUO 3.0GHZ . and Geforce 9800 video card ? from tigerdirect or newegg .



So what do you already have as now I am lost. I though you were going to buy that bundle from tiger direct + the video card.


You only want a suggestion on a mobo by itself now that will work with an AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ 3.0GHz Processor and geforce 9800 correct?

If you only need a mobo this is a good solid pick and won't give you any trouble.

http://www.newegg.co...N82E16813131355

I still suggest a high quality power supply no matter what if you get the new upgraded nvidia 9800 video card. A HIGH QUALITY 500-600W is all you need really..
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