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Is this a good comp?


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tommyboy

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Yes id like to get feedback from people and tell what i should change or what i should remove. thx

here are my specs.
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Motherboard: ASUS A8N-SLI Deluxe Motherboard NFORCE4-SLI S939 DDR 2XPCI-E16 2PCI-E 3PCI SATA RAID LAN Sound 1394 (220.93$)


Processor: AMD ATHLON 64 X2 4400+ DUAL CORE PROCESSOR S939 TOLEDO 2.2GHZ 1MBX2 90NM RETAIL BOX


Hard Drive: 250 GB Western Digital Caviar® SE16 Drive, 7200 RPM Drive, 16 MB Cache, SATA 300 MB/s
36 GB WD Raptor® Enterprise Serial ATA, 10,000 RPM, 8 MB Cache (Drive Only)

Ram: PQI Turbo 1024MB Dual Channel PC3200 DDR 400MHz Memory (2 x 512MB)

Fan: NMB-MAT (Panaflo) M1A 120MM Cooling Fan 2100RPM 85.5CFM 35.5DBA 3PIN No Sensor

Power supply: Fortron FSP/SPI SAGA AX450-PN 450W ATX12V 20/24PIN Power Supply W/ 120MM Fan P4 AMD Ready Retail

Video Card: Chaintech GeForce 6600 GT / 128MB DDR3 / PCI Express / SLI Ready / VGA / DVI / TV Out / Video Card (x2)
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so far this is what i got. thanks for the help
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warriorscot

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Whats the system going to be for, you dont need that raptor for anything they arent worth the money, and ive never heard of the power supply brand so i dont know if its a reliable brand. Good choice on the cpu thats a good one.
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Hemal

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Would recommend the p180 for that build- is a great case

If your spending the money- i would really get 2 gig ram ( 2 sticks of 1 gig dual channel)

Also see if you can make the upgrade to a 6800
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Yeah definatley get something else gfx wise 6600GTs are pretty pants.
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