Review this PC build for me?

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Cyris

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Im long overdue for a computer, so Im actually going a bit over my budget already on this one, and im not 100% certain about some computer terms. What I have, I think is alright but I'm scared I might have a weak link that will drag the whole system down. Care to review this and tell me what you think?


What I've built so far...

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MSI G33M-FI Socket 775 Intel G33 + ICH9 Chipset Intel GMA3100 Integrated Graphic Adapter Dual channel DDR2 667/800 8-Channel Audio Support

1333Mhz FSB Mirco ATX
Item Code: MBMS000889 Part Number: MS-7357-010
$108.99


4 dimm (up to 8gb)
1 pciex16 1 pcie 2pci
socket 775
chipset Intel G33 + ICH9
4 sata 2 1 e-sata 1 IDE (PATA)

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Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 Socket LGA775, 2.66 GHz, 1333 MHz FSB, 4MB L2 Cache, 65nm (Retail Box) (BX80557E6750)
Item Code: CPUI001272 Part Number: BX80557E6750
$206.99
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Corsair XMS2 TWIN2X2048-6400 Matched Pairs 2GB Kit (2x1GB) PC6400 DDR2-800 CL 5-5-5-12 240-pin Dual Channel Memory
Item Code: RAMC000581 Part Number: TWIN2X2048-6400
$101.99
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Hitachi HD 500GB SATAII3.0Gb/s 7200rpm 16MB Bulk (0A33437)
Item Code: HDHI000260 Part Number: 0A33437
$112.99
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e-GeForce 8800GTS 320MB (320-P2-N811-AR) nVidia GeForce 8800GTS Chipset (500Mhz) (1600Mhz) 320MB DDR3 DVI/ D-Sub PCI-Express Graphics Card
Item Code: VCEV000247 Part Number: 320-P2-N811-AR
$316.99
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Antec Nine Hundred Black Steel ATX Mid Tower Ultimate Gamer Case
Item Code: CSAT000607 Part Number: NINE HUNDRED

$107.99

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Deer 600 Watt ATX Power Supply with 12cm fan & 20+4 Pin (Retail Box)
Item Code: PSCC000036
$29.99

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Thermaltake CL-P0257 Blue Orb II Cooler for Intel 775 AMD 939 754
Item Code: FNTT000643 Part Number: CL-P0257
$40.99



Those are in Canadian prices if you're wondering.
So if anyone has any information at all, its greatly appreciated! Thanks
 
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Looks good to me. You're gonna love the Antec 900 case. I just finished a build with one I caught on sale a couple weeks ago for US$89 after US$35 rebate and no tax/freight I'm surprised how quite it is with all fans at medium speed (I added the cover fan, not supplied w/case)...............I'm surprised that it doesn't scoot across the floor with all the fans.:p
 
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Ooo I was just gonna say, the Nine Hundred ROCKS! Keeps your stuff nice and cooool ;)
Try to get a better power supply though...something of higher quality and price.
 

Cyris

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tec_41 said:
Ooo I was just gonna say, the Nine Hundred ROCKS! Keeps your stuff nice and cooool ;)
Try to get a better power supply though...something of higher quality and price.
I was actually kinda wondering about that.. what does a higher quality psu do for me vs a lower quality one?
 
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It will actually DO its rated power and amps, and do it consistantly. Voltage spikes aren't cool :(

It will also (usually) not blow up on you :D But 30 bucks for a 600w power supply...just kinda fishy.
 
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