Building a new machine

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arty62

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I plan to build a new machine. This is the configuration. Looking for comments and suggestions and criticisms...All welcomed, and thanks in advance for your help.

Chieftec DX-01
Antec TruePower 480
Abit NF7-S ver2
Athlon XP2500(Barton)
Either Crucial PC3200 or Buffalo 3200
Hercules 9800Pro(Radeon)
2 Maxtor 80gb SATA HD
LG Electronics GSA4040b DVD/RW
Liteon CD ROM
Mitsumi floppy
Logitec wireless mouse/keyboard
Thermalright SLK999u/Volcano
 
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Looks nice man. I knew that "Buffalo" done networking, but I wasn't aware that they made memory as well. I've actually been reading alot of reviews on networking products lately and was kinda leaning towards them.

Nice choices I believe. You should be most happy with that setup. Now alot of people are gonna say go with "Corsair", "Kingston", Giel" bla bla bla for the memory, but Crucial is a very stable brand. If you're looking for pure performance ( your setup dictates you are ) ? Then I would go with the Corsair XMS memory. That way you can take advantage of the Dual Channel technology that the MB supports.

Just my opinion. :D
 

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Thanks Rockn & Suesman...appreciate the comments. But are not the Crucial and Buffalo PC3200 dual channel?
 

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Thanks RSM123....will use techimo....have and do use other 2...
 
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