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Old 25th June 2003, 4:57 PM   #1
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Default 2 Grand for my New BOXEN!!!

Sold my P4 2.6 "C" to my dad. As he needed a new system. GOt 2 grand for it.

What I took out that he didnt need:
Hard drives: 2x200gb/1x120gb/1x80gb SATA/
Got my case aswell. He didnt want a big box.
Got fans etc. He is using default intel cooler so I keep the SLK 900.
Ok burners etc. He got new ones. So i keep all mine.

Anyway All i need is Mobo/CPU/RAM/G-card/2x Raptors Raid 0

I prefer AMD because i more a gamer. Everyone saids amd is better for games. Or should I go P4? Main Use is GAMES/Programming/School/Web design/Video (not editing)/

So AMD xp 3200+ Or a newer one if it out?
Hercules 9800pro 128mb
2x Raptor 36gb Set me back $600
2x 512mb Corsair Pc3500

Anyones ideas or points would be great...thanks.
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Old 25th June 2003, 5:02 PM   #2
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try the what / where should i buy forum.
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Old 25th June 2003, 5:04 PM   #3
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Originally posted by civi_joe
try the what / where should i buy forum.
it's good to see a new member who knows the rules.

so yes. try the what/where forum.
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