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Are theese parts ok?


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Ok thank you very much cause I'm really lost...
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Ok I was lost to but after much checking I figuerd it out,

Corsair

TWINX1024-3200C2 according to corsais it is regesitered witch means it will work with the FX processor but it is non ecc witch means it will work with the Abit AV8

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Ok and will it work double channel?
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Yes because it is corsair twin means that it is a dual channel kit
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Yea, I know but what I was trying to say is : Is the mobo will operate the RAM in dual channel because some don't for example the Aus A8V-E deluxe operates a corsair twin in a single channel. Asus A8V-E deluxe Ok anyway you're right :tazz: ;) :)

Thanks again for your help ;)

Edited by [x]t4sy, 20 May 2005 - 11:44 AM.

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Your welcome
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did you build your pc yet? [x]t4sy
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plus how much has it cost, im looking to build one with very similiar specs, i didn't quite get if you were getting dual graphics card and a SLI mother board. Can you tell me if you did and where you components all come from. thanks in advance

Sos if what i said doesn't make sense, im new to building computers and the parts so im not too sure of the actual names, but hopefully in a few weeks ill be much wiser.

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sos to be off topic but i woud like someone to answer this if possible. i checked ebay and someone seems to be selling alot of similiar parts talked about here for cheapish.

http://search.ebay.c...QQsassZrudkinsi

What you guys think. Is it worth it. Is the Leadtek PCI-Express GeForce 6800 GT Card any good?, is it reliable?. any help would be appreciated.

Edited by addy_010, 31 May 2005 - 07:59 AM.

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6800 gt's are great but i havnt had a leadtek ever.
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I dont know about buying from ebay but Leadtek makes great video cards
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I ll send you my .doc file with all the prices and the web links when I'll get home, the only thing is that it's in french but it will be a little challenge for you :tazz: ;)

And no I haven't received all the pieces to build it ;)

Edited by [x]t4sy, 01 June 2005 - 06:01 PM.

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