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build Two system computers from parts , please help


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ripo66

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Hello Everyone and good day J

 

I have some old parts  and I want to build from it  Two computers

One is going to be the best of both computers

The list of the parts that I have is :

 

CPU Type DualCore Intel Core 2 Duo E4500, 2200 MHz (11 x 200)

CPU Type DualCore Intel Core 2 Duo E4300, 1800 MHz (9 x 200)

CPU  Dual core intel core 2 due e7200 2533 mhz

 

 

 graphic card  nVIDIA GeForce GT 630 3D Accelerator

 graphic card   nvidia quadro fx 1500 

 graphic card  nVIDIA GeForce 9600 GT 3D Accelerator

 

Motherboard  Asus P5LD2 SE

Motherboard  Intel Pearl Creek DG31PR

 

how is the best way to combine this parts for 2 computers systems ? i also want that one of them be a best and more better  from the other one

I appreciate your help and want to Thanks in advance everyone    


Edited by ripo66, 14 March 2016 - 08:41 AM.

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iammykyl

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Gday ripo66

 

Best configuration.

MB, Intel DG31PR, it has PCIe x16 Gen 2. G31 Express  Chipset.

CPU, Dual core Intel core 2 due e7200  > http://www.game-deba...o-e7200-2-53ghz

GPU, GeForce 9600 GT > http://www.game-deba...rce-9600-gt-1gb

PSU needed, 400w,  PCI-E connector, 1 x 6 pin. 

 

Second,

Asus P5LD2 SE

Intel Core 2 Duo E4500,

GeForce GT 630

PSU, 300w, no PCI-E connector. 


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Gday.

Not heard back from you yet.   How did the rebuilds turn out?   An update would be appreciated.

 

Thanks.


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hello dear friend , sorry for the long delay I was on a trip

 

I really appreciate your help on this  subject!

 

you think it is the best to do with These parts ?

 

what is better  Motherboard ? 

 

Asus P5LD2 SE ? or the  Intel Pearl Creek DG31PR ?  

 

and the best configuration that you Suggested is the most powerful pc that i combine from all this parts ?

 

thanks again :)


Edited by ripo66, 26 April 2016 - 10:54 AM.

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Gday.

No worries.

 

The better MB is the Intel DG31PR,  Product page with links, > http://www.intel.com...ard-dg31pr.html

The manual download, > https://downloadcent...ntation-Manuals

Yes, the best configuration with the parts you have is with the Intel DG31PR MB. 

Note, you need a 400w PSU with a min of one PCI-E 1 x 6 pin connector,  

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Asus P5LD2 SE Product page and links, > https://www.asus.com...oards/P5LD2_SE/

 
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So if I understand correctly actually 
This is what you suggested

system number 1 :
Motherboard Asus P5LD2 SE
cpu e4500
graphic card - GT 630 


system number 2 :
Motherboard Intel Pearl Creek DG31PR
cpu - intel e7200
graphic card - nVIDIA GeForce 9600

 

 

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Gday.

Yes, that's the correct configuration and the best for gaming is,

MB, Intel DG31PR, it has PCIe x16 Gen 2. G31 Express  Chipset.

you need the fastet CPU, Dual core Intel core 2 due e7200  > http://www.game-deba...o-e7200-2-53ghz

GPU, GeForce 9600 GT older but slighly better than the gt 630> http://www.game-deba...rce-9600-gt-1gb

You will need a 400w PSU,  PCI-E connector, 1 x 6 pin.


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