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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by SOFwhitewolf, Jan 7, 2006.

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  1. SOFwhitewolf

    SOFwhitewolf Thread Starter

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    Hi guys, i am going to build a new computer for gaming and i was just wondering if any1 can tell of any compatibility problems.This is what im going to get:


    ASUS A8N-SLI DELUXE
    1GB XMS PRO DDR-3200
    Amd Athlon 64 Venas 3500
    Verto GeForce 6800 GS

    This is going to run m2 around $850 at y local comp store

    also was thinking of getting a 37.7 G raptor hard drive

    and ofcourse the other things like and writer and case such
     
  2. vhab

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    Well, considering the great deal your getting, I would suggest 2 GB RAM as 64-bit processors are coming and they will require more RAM. Also if you want to run F.E.A.R. at Max Quality with softshadows, 4x AA, and 8x AF, a 7800 GTX will do that. The 6800 can run FEAR at high quality with 2x AA, 4x AF. At least that was my experience on my friend's computer who has the 6800 (And yes, I know the difference between GT, GS, and Ultra).

    That Hardrive size seems nice if your not going to store a lot of media, like movies/music. And even if you do you can just get an external harddrive for all media.

    Hope that helps:)
     
  3. SOFwhitewolf

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    ya i was thinking the same maby a lil more ram, but anyhow do you see any problems with what i want to put together?
     
  4. vhab

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    As long as your mobo has a PCI-E slot, your good to go.
     
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