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  Newb here needs all ur help on assembling new pc!Plz! 
 
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sweet_punx Nov 26, 2005, 04:39pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Hi there guyz!Im new here.I live in paris france.Im planning to assemble a pc but i still dont know a lot of stuffs.My budget is 1000$.I already have:monitor,dvd rom,mouse n keyboard.Im planning on getting an amd x2 3800,an leadtek 6800gs,seagate 250gb sata,creative inspire t5900.What cönfuses me is what mobo,ram,Dvd burner n power supply to buy.Any help would be very much appreciated.If u have some opinions on d stuffs im planning to buy i said above it would be great.Plz help me guýz!Tnx a lot n advance!More power n godbless!Im for my posts its a bit untidy coz im just using my fone to posts here.Tnx guyz!


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Adam Kolak Nov 26, 2005, 04:49pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Newb here needs all ur help on assembling new pc!Plz!
This is some stuff ill recommend to you just off of my head, its good stuff:

Look for a MSI, Gigabyte, or DFI (maybe not DFI if your a n00b) motherboard with a socket 939, nForce 4 chipset, PCI-Express x16.

Get some DDR400 ram its usually the best value cause i assume your not overclocking anyway, either 2x512MB kit or a 2x1GB kit, because this will provide you with dual channel mermory support. Corsair would be my first choice, also take a look at OCZ.

Look for a 500W + PSU, i would recommend Antec or Enermax. There are other brands but many of them are either too loud, uneffecient, or unreliable, or underrated.

Look for a DVD burner thats 16X and supports Dual layer burning. NEC, Plextor, Pioneer i would recommend.

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sweet_punx Nov 26, 2005, 05:10pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Newb here needs all ur help on assembling new pc!Plz!
Hi there water drop!Tnx a lot 4 d reply.Do u think a 2x512 corsair value would b fine or i should go for xms or twinmx?Do u think hyper psu would b fine?

Adam Kolak Nov 26, 2005, 05:25pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Newb here needs all ur help on assembling new pc!Plz!
The Corsair Value Ram is good quality ram, get the 2x512MB kit of it, its great ram as long as your not overclocking. And you can always buy another 2x512MB kit of the same stuff later on for a total of 2GB, but 1GB will be fine for now.

Adam Kolak
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