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just built a computer "cheap build"

by superspec778 / May 10, 2012 3:58 PM PDT

just want to know what you all think of the spec as i built it cheap Silly

processor is a intel pentium 4 3.06ghz
memory is ddr2 kingston 2.00gb
hard drive is samsung 280gb sata Happy

i will be upgrading it to a intel pentium 4 3.40ghz dual core Cool
and will either be putting a 1gb/2gb graphics card in Happy

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Seems OK
by Willy / May 10, 2012 10:59 PM PDT

Provided your mtrbd. fully supports the cpu9s) involved it should be OK. I further offer that you don't skip on a decent PSU to power all this. I also suggest once it's working and settled in, check into any bios updates or if currently working prior to the rebuild or actual build, to allow the bios to fully support the mtrbd. as that maybe required for best operation.

tada -----Willy Happy

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thanks
by superspec778 / May 11, 2012 3:40 AM PDT
In reply to: Seems OK

thanks pal
just got offered some parts cheap and decided to go for it Happy
just checking out a 2.8 dual core cpu at moment tempted to get it Grin
the power supply is 400w i am not planing on using it as a gaming computer so its should do me fine just to do the normal watch movies/facebook/youtube sorta thing

thanks superspec Happy

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