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Old 31-05-07, 10:22 AM
sparkchip sparkchip is offline
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Help Me Build A System!

Ok Guys I Need Your Help Here... Im Building A System... My Plan Is To Use An Amd690g Motherboard So I Can Use The On-board Hdmi To Connect To A Tv.. Then Use The Tv As A Screen So I Can Sit Further Away And Use A Wireless Keyboard And Mouse... Im Trying To Keep The Cost As Low As Possible... I Managed To Find A Deal Where I Can Get An Amd 690g Motherboard For 40.00 After Vat With 3 Years Warantee From Eqs...

What Other Parts Do I Need...

I Dont Need More Than 2gb Of Ram

I Have An External 160gb Hard Drive, So I Dont Need A Big One Inside

I Want A Good Performance Dual Core Amd Cpu

I Want An Nvidia 7600gs Or Higher

I Really Dont Care About The Case Or Psu

I Want A Dvd Drive So That I Can Watch Movies On The Computer/tv

Somebody Please Help Me Get The Best Prices Around So I Build This System And I Will Upload Pics Of The Finished Product For All To See!

Remember It Has To Be On The Amd Platform!!!

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Old 31-05-07, 02:33 PM
FghtinIrshNvrDie FghtinIrshNvrDie is offline
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what's your location? you in europe, or the americas?

Ryan
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Old 31-05-07, 02:53 PM
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I dont think anyones going to do it all for you, so maybe throw up some suggestions of what you're looking at?

All I can say is find a reasonable power supply and decent case. As the board is micro atx I'm guessing your looking for something pretty compact in the end?
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Old 31-05-07, 03:02 PM
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I Dont Need More Than 2gb Of Ram - Cellshock

I Have An External 160gb Hard Drive, So I Dont Need A Big One Inside - Seagate

I Want A Good Performance Dual Core Amd Cpu - X2 6000

I Want An Nvidia 7600gs Or Higher - XFX 8600

I Really Dont Care About The Case Or Psu - LiLi PC7 & Seasonic M12 (no linky there)

I Want A Dvd Drive So That I Can Watch Movies On The Computer/tv - NEC DVD-RW
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Old 31-05-07, 03:22 PM
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I Dont Need More Than 2gb Of Ram - Cellshock

I Have An External 160gb Hard Drive, So I Dont Need A Big One Inside - Seagate

I Want A Good Performance Dual Core Amd Cpu - X2 6000

I Want An Nvidia 7600gs Or Higher - XFX 8600

I Really Dont Care About The Case Or Psu - LiLi PC7 & Seasonic M12 (no linky there)

I Want A Dvd Drive So That I Can Watch Movies On The Computer/tv - NEC DVD-RW
Repped lol

We really need an idea of your budget mate...
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Old 31-05-07, 04:17 PM
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Good ole Ham, great advice, I can vouch for the NEC DVDRW its miles better than my old Samsung DVDRW.
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Old 04-06-07, 09:04 AM
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thanks a lot guys... i have to apologise... I didnt really specify very much, well my budget is as closely to the £220.00 mark as possible... I am in the UK and would prefer to purchase all goods from the UK... and I am looking for

2GB OF RAM (2 x 1gb sticks)

2.0 OR MORE DUAL CORE AMD PROCESSOR EG: (3800+)

80GB HARD DRIVE (SATA 2) 300

EQS 690G MOTHERBOARD (HDMI... X1250 GFX)

GOOD QUALITY CD/DVD RE-WRITER

WINDOWS VISTA PREMIUM

nVIDIA GFX CARD (ANYTHING BETTER THAN THE X1250 ON BOARD GFX)

I think thats it!!!
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Old 04-06-07, 09:27 AM
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To low

Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium 32-Bit Edition DVD - OEM - 1Pk

(£75.19)

Pioneer DVR-112DBK 18x18 DVD±RW Dual Layer ReWriter - (Black) OEM

(£19.96)

Hitachi Deskstar 7K160 NCQ 80GB SATA-II 8MB Cache - OEM

(£29.36)

BFG GeForce 7600 GT OC 256MB GDDR3 TV-Out/Dual DVI (PCI-Express) - Retail

(£82.24)

OcUK Value 2GB (2x1G PC3200 184pin DDR Memory Dual Channel Kit

(£88.11)

Asrock 939NF6G-VSTA Micro ATX (Socket 939) PCI-Express DDR Motherboard

(£49.34)

AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 3800+ (Socket 939) - OEM

(£76.36)

City Link Parcel Next Day (Delivered Mon-Fri) £8.95

Total : £431.08
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Old 04-06-07, 02:31 PM
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Wow Thanks For Your Help Brown... But Thats Way Over Budget!!!! Looks Like I May Have To Wait A While Before I Can Get Anything!!! Is It Best To Grab What I Can Now And Get The Rest Later Or Shall I Wait Till Im Ready.... Then Buy It All Together
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Old 04-06-07, 06:39 PM
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£220 you aint gonna get much tbh mate, or what you get will be cheap cr@p and you'll want to upgrade in a few months anyway
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