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Brent
11-13-03, 10:32 PM
specs, what think you

he is most into flight sims, since he is a pilot

Going to build this for him

A+GPB CA-AP107 (Silver) Mid ATX Tower Case has a 400W PSU, think that will be enough?

ABIT IS7-E ,Intel 865PE chipset Springdale

P4 2.4C gonna OC it to 3Ghz/1Ghz FSB

512MB Corsair XMS PC3500 C2

Seagate 80GB SATA 7200rpm 8MB cache HDD

Sapphire Radeon 9800Pro 128MB

16XDVD, 52X CDRW

he's already got a big 21" flat screen CRT to hook up to this beast

Immortal
11-13-03, 10:46 PM
it's great.

pimptrizkit
11-13-03, 11:56 PM
you forgot one of thos spendy joy sticks :p

Brent
11-14-03, 12:01 AM
Originally posted by pimptrizkit
you forgot one of thos spendy joy sticks :p

OH YEAH!!!!!!1

i'll have to tell him

I think this is the one to get: http://www.neoseeker.com/Articles/Hardware/Reviews/saitekcybord3d/index.html

pimptrizkit
11-14-03, 01:18 AM
nicei think he will enjoy this system

why did you decide to oc a 2.4 and not just get a higher cpu to start with? coast?

Brent
11-14-03, 02:28 AM
Originally posted by pimptrizkit
nicei think he will enjoy this system

why did you decide to oc a 2.4 and not just get a higher cpu to start with? coast?

cost

nothing beats the value the 2.4C offers, it can do 3Ghz stock voltage easy, 3.2 if you have a real good HSF and raise the voltage

YeOldeStonecat
11-14-03, 05:35 AM
400 w enough? Yeah, should be...long as it's a good brand and it's a true 400 watts.

zooner
11-14-03, 07:56 AM
Originally posted by Brent
cost

nothing beats the value the 2.4C offers, it can do 3Ghz stock voltage easy, 3.2 if you have a real good HSF and raise the voltage

I can attest to that.

I cant image upgrading my processor for a long time.