Looks good. The only problem you might find is that the OEM version of XP has no Microsoft support. You're kind'a on your own. But we might be able to help with XP problems.
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Hi, after getting fed up with DELL I have taken the plunge and decided to build my own computer. Based on reviews and prices I put together the following computer. Please tell me what you think of it, and any compatiblity issues I might have. Also if there are any areas where I could save money please let me know! I want the computer to last for about 3 years. Thanks!
Case (and Power Supply)
RAIDMAX Blue 10-Bay ATX Mid-Tower Case with Front USB 2.0, Model "ATX-847WUP" ?RETAIL $47.50
-SAMSUNG 160GB 7200RPM SATA Hard Drive, Model SP1614C, OEM Drive $89.99
-CORSAIR VALUESELECT Kit 240-Pin 1GB(2 x 512MB) DDR2 PC2-4200, Model k8VS1GBKIT533D2 ? Retail $254.27
-Pent 4, 3.2 GHz: http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProductDesc.asp?description=19-116-183&depa=0 (REQUIRES LGA775 Motherboard) $218
Intel "BOXD915PBLL" 915P Chipset Motherboard For Intel LGA 775 CPU ?RETAIL $153.75
-ATI X700 Pro 256 mb: http://www.newegg.com/app/viewProductDesc.asp?description=14-102-414&depa=1 (PCIe) $215
-DCT Desiny OG-850 2.0 Multimedia Speakers ?RETAIL $4
DVD Drive and DVD Burner
-Samsung 16X DVD