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liljt

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okay im building a desktop COMPUTERS. i want to know what you think
of the part i buy is right for it. alright let me know..


http://www.microcent....uct_id=0327020
(Motherboard)

http://www.microcent....uct_id=0317378
(Processor Core i7)

http://www.microcent....uct_id=0252592
(Hard Drive) idk if this is the right one tht will fix to it but get at me about wht Hard Drive will be best for me to use.

http://www.microcent....uct_id=0317775
(Ram)

http://www.microcent....uct_id=0321048
(cd/dvd burn)

let me know wht you guys think?
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Hi,
Your links are not working for me.

When I build, I like to use:
Asus motherboards, Intel processors (just built a new server and used a xeon quad core, WOW!), Western Digital enterprise series SATA hard drives, Antec cases, Kingston RAM, Liteon dvd, and the cheapest keyboard and mouse I can find.
I really like it when I spend the boss's money on all of this stuff!

Hope this helps a little.
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oh im sorry see if this help

http://www.microcent...duct_id=0327020
(Motherboard)

http://www.microcent...duct_id=0317378
(Processor Core i7)

http://www.microcent...duct_id=0317775
(Ram)

http://www.microcent...duct_id=0321048
(cd/dvd burn)
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so................
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Im not familiar with gigabite boards, so I can't give an opinion.
That processor smokes, I would be happy with it!
I am not familiar with the RAM company, but if you are using a 64 bit windows OS, you can put the full 8GB in that motherboard. RAM is fairly cheap these days. 32 bit windows OS won't recognize any more than 4 gb and will probably only show 3.5 or so.

I tend to buy a cheap dvd drive, just to save a few bucks, they are easily replacable. When I build a simple workstation, I go cheap with the case, but for a home system, I spend a little more and buy an Antec case, I like them alot.
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so wht you think is a great motherboard for me to use.
i only spend about 550 for all... wht you think i should get.
(gaming and work comp)

go to Mi detroit/madison Heights (microcenter.com)
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I'd hate to spend your money for you,
Try doing some more research on that motherboard, see what others say that have bought one, if they are happy or not.
Google can help, and a good place to start would be here there are a couple of user comments. Try googleing that model number and look for user comments.
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it cool. wht do you think it be great for me to buy for a better motherboard then?
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Actually that sounds like a pretty decent motherboard after I did some reading about it.
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