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Last day with old computer NEW computer tommorow!

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Rouglead, Oct 15, 2008.

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  1. Rouglead

    Rouglead Thread Starter

    Oct 15, 2008
    So tomorrow i will be buying all the parts i need for the build.

    I have planed this out for months and you guys have really helped me make sure that everything is correct!

    However as a final day this is the day where any mistakes can be cleared up for good.

    So the final parts list!

    Its a picture this time with the links below.

    CPU----------Duo Processor E8400---------- $189.95
    RAM----------Patriot Extreme Performance----------...$99.95
    DVD----------LG Super Multi Security DVD----$32.95
    Hard Drive----Western Digital 640GB----------$79.95
    PSU----------Corsair TX 650W---------------.$79.95
    Case---------ANTEC P180 Advanced----------$139.85
    Video Card---.HIS Radeon HD 4870----------..$274.95
    MotherBoard-.Asus P5Q-E--------------------$179.95
    CPU Fan-----.Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 --------$29.95
    Vista--------.Windows Vista Premium---------$124.95


    Ram Choice 2 Options

    A) i could go with the Patriot Extreme Performance http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/PID-MX20266(ME).aspx

    B) What you guys suggested: OCZ 4GB PC2-6400 http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/PID-MX17040(ME).aspx

    one is 800mhz and the other is 1200mhz, i know that 1200mhz will work better for my motherboard but i am still not sure.

    Thanks a lot for all your help!
  2. crjdriver

    crjdriver Moderator

    Jan 2, 2001
    For the ram, I would make sure it appears on the asus qvl list. When you buy ram that is not on the list, it may work or it may not. You are in effect a beta tester.

    Next there are two different 8400 cpu. One requires a later bios than the other. I would make sure of what stepping cpu you are buying AND the board has at least that bios or later. If you have an old cpu that you can use to flash the bios, then it is not a problem.
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