PC overhaul, What to get? please help!

  i_am_mowerman 13:07 24 Aug 06
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Hi, I have around £250 that I can spend on overhauling my current pc. I was lookin at these mobo bundle: click here

and the gfx card I was torn between three I was thinking this (cheaper): click here
or this(more expensive ATi BOTTOM of page): click here

Or this one: click here
Could you rate the three cards from strongest to weakest?

I also need a good PSU that can handle that stuff.
Also, I have already got RAM in old pc, I wanted to know if it would be compatible with the mobo I linked? here is the specs:

Property Value
Memory Summary
Capacity 1024 MBytes
Maximum Capacity 3072 MBytes
Memory Slots 3
Error Correction 32-bit ECC
Error Correction Capabilities Single Bit Error Correcting
Name Physical Memory Array
Maximum Memory Module Size 1024 MBytes


Device Locator Slot 1
Manufacturer Micron Technology
Part Number 16VDDT6464AG-335C1
Serial Number 26076342
Capacity 512 MBytes
Memory Type SDRAM DDR
Speed PC2700 (166 MHz)
Data Width 64 bits
Voltage SSTL 2.5V
Error Correction None
Refresh Reduced (.5x)...7.8 µs
Manufacturing Date 2003, Week 11
EPP SPD Support No


Device Locator Slot 2
Manufacturer Micron Technology
Part Number 16VDDT6464AG-335C1
Serial Number 2900B08E
Capacity 512 MBytes
Memory Type SDRAM DDR
Speed PC2700 (166 MHz)
Data Width 64 bits
Voltage SSTL 2.5V
Error Correction None
Refresh Reduced (.5x)...7.8 µs
Manufacturing Date 2003, Week 11
EPP SPD Support No

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Also, Would the mobo fit in my atx case?
I know I'm asking a lot, but I really need advice. thanks

  howard63 19:34 24 Aug 06

a very full question - first most mobo bundles are good value but you will probably find that the memory is different to your old one. Also the amount is probably smaller than you would fit now. As for graphics card you really need to look for one that is best for what you want to do. Either gaming or office type stuff. I go for the best I can afford which for office type stuff and cad has 250MB of ram. Sorry I cannot be very specific but look up what people using what you want the pc for have got. Another thought what about a barebones unit from the likes of Novatech which is case/psu/mobo/cpu and ram. You then need to fit a graphics card - hard drive and dvd drive.

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