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Hi guys,

I've just gotten some specs sorted out for a new PC, and wanted to run it by a few people to see if they can spot any major issues with it. So without further ado, here are the specs:

CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6700 (2.67 GHz, FSB 1066MHz, 4MB L2 Cache, Socket LGA775)


Motherboard: Abit NI8 SLI (NVIDIA C19 Based Intel LGA775 ATX Mainboard, FSB1066, Dual DDR2 667, NVIDIA SLI Technology, SATA 3G RAID, NV GbE, NV Firewall, ABIT µGuru™, ABIT Q-OTES and AudioMAX)


RAM: G.Skill 2GB DDR2 (PC2-6400, 2x1GB)


Video: Inno3D GF 8800GTS 640MB (320-bit DDR3, Dual DVI, HDTV, PCI-E x16, Fan, 500MHz Core, 1600MHz Memory)


Case: Antec P180B Performance One (Black, Front USB/FireWire Ports, 3x 120mm TriCool Fan)


PSU: 600W "SilverStone" ST60F (SLI ready, Titanium black, 120mm fan, 100% modular cabling system, Active PFC, min 24 dBA)


HDD: 1x Seagate 250GB 'ST3250624NS' (SATA II 3Gb/s ES HDD - 7200rpm, 16MB Cache), 1x Seagate 250GB 'ST3250820AS' (SATA II 3Gb/s NCQ HDD - 7200rpm, 8MB Cache)


Display: 2x Samsung 19" 940N LCD (Black, Max. Resolution 1280 x 1024, 8ms Response Time, Ultra Narrow Bezel)


Sound: Creative SBS580 BLACK Speakers (5.1 channel, Slim Satellite speakers: 6W RMS x 5, Subwoofer: 16W RMS, 80dB SNR), Razer Barracuda HP1 headphones


Input: Logitech Internet 350 USB OEM


Misc: Samsung SH-S182D Black Internal DOUBLE Layer 18x DVD±RW Drive


Your thoughts?

Thanks muchly,
Kefka

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I think that you are going to have a majour issue with the price :)

Heh, it's costing me AU$4000 (~US$3150), possibly a couple of hundred less if I decide to go for the E6600 instead of the E6700 - not sure the amount of extra performance really justifies the significantly higher price.

That price includes ~US$390 of profit for the friend sourcing and building it all for me.

Oh, and ~US$2360 of it wont be coming from my own pocket... So all in all, I've got NO problems with the price :P

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