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Herbus

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I have gathered up some components from various sites, and personally I think the prices and quality seem adequate, but then again I'm not an expert...(yet), so I would really appreciate an invaluable second opinion!

I am looking at two cases that seem to have a lot for a little($$), please critique any of my potential selections, any input would be great!

Cases:
This one w/ a 650w Power supply
or
This one with a 600w Power Supply

CPU/MOBO's:

This DFi / AMD 64 3500 venice

I am at a loss of what to do here, and this is probably the most important part... if anyone has any suggestions for the best for around $400 bucks (a little under or over) please post.





I'll keep this updated, thanks for your time!

Edited by Herbus, 06 June 2005 - 06:52 PM.

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Nevermind, you have corrected the links.

And yes, Asus makes great mobos.

Can you give a more detailed componant list?

Edited by Metalive, 06 June 2005 - 01:25 AM.

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Also, what do you plan to do with your computer? Any features you want? I have a question about the power supply. Are you saying it comes with it or you would buy it seperatly? I would recommend buying it seperatly unless you know the brand of the power supply that's put in the case. Also pick a motherboard before anything really so you will know what you can get, for example what power connections the mobo demands.
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