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Wat would be best to assemble a new PC?

wat wud be the specifications for assembling a new PC? An Intel P4, 512MB of ram, 80GB HDD, Asus MB with Windows Xp pro SP2.What other specifations would be adviceble?....let me know!

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Isn't the P4 dead yet?

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With Intel shipping desktop core duo chips with more speed and a lot less watts, wouldn't that be what to start with this time?

Bob

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wats an intel Desktop duo chip? That sounds like a intel processor...a better one i guess.

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TWILIGHT TIME

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Lower end P4s are in their twilight. With dual core technology costing less and less, it's obvious that's the way to go. I just built a system (last week) with an 805 Smithfield and 512 MB. It buzzes. It keeps up with my 640 P4 w 2 gigs and can do just as much. The 805 costs 1/3 as much these days.
Don't get me wrong: I love my Prescott! I'd leave anything under a 6 series alone and go Dual Core.

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