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Chaos_Marine

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Hello Out there people,
I'm looking for someone who is willing get down and dirt (Computer wise that is Haha).
Here is a spec of a comp i wish to build but I'm looking for some input before i dish out on a whole system
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Antec SUPER LANBOY Silver Computer Case With Side Panel Window - Retail = $76.00
ASUS K8N-E ATX AMD Motherboard - Retail = $69.99
ASUS Radeon 9250 A9250/GE/TD/256 Video Card - Retail = $58.00
CORSAIR ValueSelect 1GB (2 x 512MB) 184-Pin DDR SDRAM Dual Channel Kit System Memory - Retail = $72.00
Creative Sound Blaster Audigy 2 Value SB0400 Sound Card - OEM = $49.99
LOGISYS Computer PS550ABK 550Watts Power Supply With SATA and 20/24 Pin connectors. - Retail = $19.99
Logitech Black Wired Value Keyboard - OEM = $7.00
Logitech G5 Laser 2-Tone Mouse - Retail = $53.89
Maxtor DiamondMax 10 200GB 3.5" IDE Ultra ATA133 Hard Drive - OEM = $85.00
SONY Beige IDE CD Burner Model CRX230EE/10S - OEM = $20.99
SONY Black IDE DVD Burner Model DW-Q30A BK - OEM = $40.99
SONY CPD-G220R 17" CRT Monitor - Retail = $119.99
Thermaltake Thunderblade A1927 120 x 120 x 25 mm Sleeve Red LED Light Cooling Fan - Retail = $7.99
REFURBISHED: ZALMAN CNPS7000B-ALCU 92mm 2 Ball Cooling Fan - OEM = $24.17
AMD Athlon 64 2800+ 800MHz FSB Socket 754 Processor - Retail = $112.00
AeroCool AeroFlow-BB 120mm 2 Ball Blue LED Light Case Cooling Fan = $13.99
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You really want to get a 939 veince cpu, a sata hard drive, you probably wont need the sound card but it depends on what the computer is for really, And that PSU to me seems a bit on the cheap side and a little high on the output. And you could always save on the mouse, unless you are a gamer(and if you are you seriously need a much better gfx card) you dont need one of the super expensive ultra resolution mice.
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I would recommend a better power supply for shure. Cheap is not better. Spend more money on a quality power supply that produces pure power. That power supply isnt true/pure power.
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The reason I chose that Graphics Card is i'm still a agp fan I'm still not sure about PCI-Express :tazz:
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AGP is dead as a dodo im afraid youre the only AGP fan left, they dont make any new cards for it anymore, PCI-E is better than AGP in every way so i really wouldnt worry about getting AGP as its really a neccesity not a luxury now that AGP has been made completely obsolete.
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AMD Athlon 64 3800+ 1GHz FSB Socket 939 Processor - Retail = $282??
Is that expensive????
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Sorry if some of my questions seem very stupid and fact i know they are and i appolagies pound sterling is what i know and i never looked up cpu prices when they came out so i have no reffrance to a base price
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