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Old 22-11-06, 07:33 AM
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Conroe Rig-$1000

Ok guys, so I've come to you guys, my OC3D buddies for help(again).

I need you guys to help me find parts for $1000 conroe system (I live in the US)

COmponents that I need in the system are:

Core 2 Duo e6600

Lian-Li PC65B

Thanks!

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Old 22-11-06, 07:42 AM
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you are building a comletly new system?

or will use some parts from the current rig(signature)
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Old 22-11-06, 07:51 AM
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you are building a comletly new system?

or will use some parts from the current rig(signature)
Nope, no parts from current rig. Must sell.
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Old 22-11-06, 08:47 AM
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Also, overclocking is a must
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Old 22-11-06, 02:30 PM
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Here we go mate, this should get you in the right direction:

E6600 - $308

Asus P5B Deluxe - $182.99

eVGA 7600GT - $109.99 *after $20 MIR*

OCZ SOE 1gb DDR2 Kit - $125.99

200gb 7200.10 Barracuda - $70.99

LiLi PC-65B - $119

Tuniq Tower 120 - $54.99

SUBTOTAL - $974.95

Use the rest on DVD burner, etc... That should be a good start
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Old 22-11-06, 09:33 PM
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Here we go mate, this should get you in the right direction:

E6600 - $308

Asus P5B Deluxe - $182.99

eVGA 7600GT - $109.99 *after $20 MIR*

OCZ SOE 1gb DDR2 Kit - $125.99

200gb 7200.10 Barracuda - $70.99

LiLi PC-65B - $119

Tuniq Tower 120 - $54.99

SUBTOTAL - $974.95

Use the rest on DVD burner, etc... That should be a good start
I knew we were missing something, PSU!!!

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Old 22-11-06, 09:35 PM
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Ah damnit... Well throw in a PSU of ur choice, there are plenty
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Old 22-11-06, 10:05 PM
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Ah damnit... Well throw in a PSU of ur choice, there are plenty
lolll I wish I had more $$ ahh well thnaks!
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Old 29-11-06, 06:50 PM
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:eh: I would go the 'Fragtek way', and get an E6300... you can still hop-up the performance greatly and spend the saved dough on the PSU and a 7900 series videocard.

That said, I gotta start saving for an 8800GTX When is ATI due to put out a DX10 GPU:eh:

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Old 30-11-06, 02:55 AM
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:eh: I would go the 'Fragtek way', and get an E6300... you can still hop-up the performance greatly and spend the saved dough on the PSU and a 7900 series videocard.

That said, I gotta start saving for an 8800GTX When is ATI due to put out a DX10 GPU:eh:

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Yup, great way to save some money to get a nice PSU and such would be to step down to the E6300 and then just clock it like mad. Easily be able to hit the speeds of E6600+ with the described setup.
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