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Basically, i have created a list of components which i believe to be compatable, and should build a nice system.


Please would you take a look, and feedback with any comments/recommendations you would like to make, even if it is jus to confirm the parts will fit together and run smoothly.

Components:

http://www.savastore.com/productinfo...id=44&rstrat=0

http://www.savastore.com/productinfo...id=44&rstrat=0

http://www.savastore.com/productinfo...id=44&rstrat=0

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/martprd/sto...&category_oid=

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B...onics&v=glance

or would this RAM be better suited, as is recommended by MSI? is there faster RAM from the same range that would be compatable (i.e. hyperx)

http://www.ec.kingston.com/ecom/conf...G&promo=hx2shp

i would like (if possible) to wipe my current hdd (SATA/ATA Maxtor 6y120po), and use that in conjunction with the above components, as well as my floppy and dvd drive.

Thank you kindly for your time

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Last Post by DeViAnT\gAmEr
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All those components should go together nicely as far as i can see. As for the Ram i personally try to get kingston if its avalible but really the choice is up to u when it comes down to stuff like that. what were you planning on doing for a case just use the old one or are you looking at getting a new one. The only problems i can see with using your old case is whether the new mobo and components will fit ( this depends on how big your case was before) and wether or not the PSU in it is big enough to support all of your components.

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Thanx, thats kinda what i was expecting, i think i may need a nu psu, i will research tonight. Also, would i be able to install 500+ speed RAM?

As for the case, i have a decent enough one already, and a motherboard of form factor atx, so the nu mobo should fit w/out any problems.

thank you again

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