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MSI K8N Neo4 Platinum nForce4 Ultra (Socket 939) PCI-Express Motherboard £79.95

Corsair 1GB DDR XMS3200C2PT TwinX (2x512MB) CAS2 £69.95

Akasa Eclipse-62 Aluminum Case £74.95

Hiper HPU-4S480 Type R 480W ATX2.2 PSU - SILVER £44.95

Akasa AK-183-L2B Ultra Quiet 120mm Fan - 3 pin £8.95x2 £17.90

Subtotal £287.70
VAT £52.06
Total £349.51

Thats from www.overclockers.co.uk and the rest is from www.ebuyer.co.uk

AMD (Venice) Athlon 64Bit 3200+ Socket 939pin 512k L2cache 90nm Retail Boxed Processor £110.68

Mitsumi OEM Black Internal Floppy Drive 1.44mb 3.5 Inch £3.17

Maxtor Diamondmax 10 200GB 7200rpm Serial ATA150 8mb Cache - Oem £53.81

Creative Labs Inspire T5900 5.1 Speaker System £45.62

LG GSA4163 16x DVD R/RW/RAM Internal Dual Layer IDE OEM Black Drive £26.99

Samsung SM913N 19" TFT 8ms 700:1 'Slim Bezel' Monitor - Silver with Free "Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory" PC Game Worth £25 (3 Years On Site Warranty) £187.21

Sapphire Radeon X800 XL 256MB GDDR3 PCI-E VGA/TVO/DVI-I £177.52

Cart Total: £605.00


SubTotal: £615.24
VAT: £107.71
Total: £722.95

It all comes in at a very respectable £1072.46 ill probably stick to the and hsf for a while and then maybe get the akasa evo with the 120mm fan when it comes out.
I dont think ive forgotten anything but tell me if i have. My favourite bit though is the case its much better than the antec pro sereis i originally was going to get.
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;) Looks awesome ;) .

-spudZ :tazz:
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I got more money than i thought i would get for my birthday so i had a bit more money to play so i got a x800xl and the nicest cas i could afford in this case the akasa which is feckin marvelous.
I think im going to order it all tommorow or thursday. hopefully i will have it up and runnin by next friday if it all arrives in a reasonable time possibly earlier but with an order that big parts can take a while to arive.
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how about this
Intel Pentium M 1.6Ghz http://www.ebuyer.co...oduct_uid=83657 £138.60
Aopen i915GMm-HFS http://www.dabs.com/...?quicklinx=3NC1 £152.49
Muskin PC4200 DDR2 http://www.pc-memory...2-4200-dual.asp £97.48
Connect 3D ATI Radeon X800XL http://www.savastore...&pid=45&tid=279 £187.99
Maxtor 200GB S-ATA HDD Drive http://misco.co.uk/p.....0 7200RPM.htm £65.79
Antec Aria M/atx http://www.abukcusto...contentid=61163 £62.60s
Cooler Master Aquagate Mini R120 http://www.eclipseco...QUAMINI12&af=50 £52.85

Edited by chopyaedoff, 28 June 2005 - 01:55 PM.

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I dont like intel at all they are way too hot, and that water cooling kit got some bad reviews recently compared to the coolriver and thermaltake kits.

You know of all the things i cant pick between its the most unimportant one, i cant choos a bloomin case i like the stacker but i really like the akasa eclipse. But you know i could just get a cheap centurion 530 and a nice modular power supply instead:aaaah what to do.

And i loathe having to pay 150 quid to the taxman. Im tempted to get the parts shipped from overseas as the import tax is 10% if they even bother taxing it.

Edited by warriorscot, 29 June 2005 - 05:44 AM.

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the pentium m outputs 25w of heat compared to 76w for the a64 3200+

cant u claim the vat back
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I dont have my own business and know one i dont know anyone elses vat number. I wouldnt mind doing it as it works two ways as they get money every year for it as it comes under reinvesting in your business.
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