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Mr.Wangs

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Case is a Thermaltake Lanbox Lite
-GIGABYTE MA78LM-S
-Kingston 64 GB SOLID STATE DRIVE
-AMD PHENOM Quad core 9650 (stock cooling)
-Mushkin 4GB DDR2 silverline ram
-250 gb maxtor hardrive
-plextor RW dvd drive
-NVIDIA GTX 260 SUPERCLOCKED (factory tuned)
-600 Watt Corsair power supply

It would be great to know a rating out of 10 for this, and what i could improve on this pc
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Digerati

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250Gb is considered rather small these days. That said, if you will not be loading up on tons of tunes, videos or image files, 250Gb is plenty - certainly more than enough for your OS, and all your applications, with room to spare.

I don't see an operating system. I see no reason to buy or build a PC today without going 64-bit. And with that, I generally recommend 6Gb for triple channel and 8Gb for dual channel boards as my preferred minimums.
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