help with choosing components.

  Vitruvian Man 14:13 27 Mar 05
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hello. I am choosing some components from overclockers to build a pc.

Here is the list that I am using:

AMD Athlon 64 3000+ Winchester 90nm (Socket 939) - Retail (CP-096-AM)

GeIL 1GB (2x512MB) PC3200 Value Dual Channel Kit CAS2.5 (GE1GB3200BHDC) (MY-005-GL)

MSI K8N Neo4 Platinum nForce4 Ultra (Socket 939) PCI-Express Motherboard (MB-046-MS)

HIS Excalibur ATI Radeon X700 Pro ICEQII TURBO 256MB DDR3 TV-Out/DVI (PCI-Express) - Retail (RX700P-256ICEQ) (GX-031-HT)

Maxtor DiamondMax Plus 9 80GB 6Y080PO ATA-133 8MB Cache - OEM (HD-014-MD)

Coolermaster Centurion 5 - Black/Silver (No PSU) (CA-075-CM)

Plextor PX-130A 16x50x DVD-ROM - (Black) Bulk (CD-026-PL)

Samsung TSH-552B 16 x 16 Dual Layer DVD±RW ReWriter (Black) - OEM (CD-019-SA)

Logitech Ultra-X Keyboard - OEM (KB-041-LG)

Logitech MX510 Performance Optical Mouse - Retail (KB-024-LG)

Tagan TG380-U01 380W ATX2.0 Silent PSU (CA-001-TG)

This is all I have put together. Does anyone see any problems with this? such as compatibility or is anything missing etc. (Apart from monitor) Thanks in advance.

  great1 15:10 27 Mar 05

click here
try this site

I can't comment on any quality or compatability issues but i think you will be surprised on what you can save on your components

  bluesbrother 18:36 27 Mar 05

Personaly I'd opt for a higher wattage PSU.
When I bought the PC i'm using now I had doubts about the 350w PSU but I was assured it could cope with anything I wanted it to do. They claimed it had a more efficient output that most.
After several problems and several months they replaced it with a 500w PSU.

  Wrong 18:54 27 Mar 05

I agree with bluesbrother a higher wattage psu is better..you will also need more recent built psu for the connector for 939 motherboards

also the amd64 +3000 venice is due in April with SSE3 and better memory controller..willbe be same price as the winny it is alleged

  Vitruvian Man 19:29 27 Mar 05

hmm. well the mother board needs atx 2.0 to support it and that is what the psu has. it has to support the pci express too. anyway im most concerned with compatibility but i dont think there should be any problems.

  bluesbrother 20:29 27 Mar 05

Feel free to shoot me down, I'm on unfamiliar ground here. But the Tagan TG380 seems to be ATX12V 1.3. click here

  bluesbrother 20:43 27 Mar 05

Oop's, that was the wrong link. It should have been click here

  selfbuild 20:49 27 Mar 05

click here for the Tagan that Vitruvian Man is going to purchase.

  bluesbrother 20:52 27 Mar 05

See above - Tagan TG380-U01 380W ATX2.0 Silent PSU (CA-001-TG)

  bluesbrother 20:55 27 Mar 05

selfbuild, thats the one I would go for.

  Ivor_Monkey 21:18 27 Mar 05

Vitruvian Man
Please keep us posted on your progress. The selfbuild is soemthing that I'm planning on doing later and your specs (with larger psu) seem the sort of specs I'm after. I haven't costed it all yet.

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