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Old 12-12-2004, 01:35 AM   #1
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panning to buy new computer in january, is anything new coming out then , and if not which amd processor should i get, i dont have the bucks to get the FX, but i can afford some of the lower 64 models, and should i get the 939 pin or the 754-pin, and which core is the best, clawhammer? winchester? and which cheap mobo can support this speed????????? i am a newb at this HELPPPPPPP and i have only like 700 dollars to spend now will this fit in my budget (ill udgrade other things later)
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700$ eh? Ok, NP. Watch this, MUHAHAH! See my next post for details on this kick ass system that no one can touch in price, and the thing will be awesome!
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k im presently here waiting
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this is my local computer shop, what do u think i should get for the prices they are in CDN (canada roxs)http://www.mikescomputershop.com
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MOBO- Cheap, yet nice-http://www.gameve.com/gve/store/productdetails.aspx?sku=MB-ABIT-037

CPU- AWESOME in BOX w/fan+heatsink AMD64 3200+-http://3btech.net/amdat6432so9.html

Ok, that is about it. GRAND TOTAL- 340 dollars or so. That leaves you 360 dollars to get whatever. Do you have DDR PC3000 or 3200? If not, you will need that. Got a good graphics card. Tell me what else you really need, and Ill post that below.

Or try www.cyberpowersystem.com and click AMD64 configurator for a system that starts at $512, no joke. Your choice.
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ya i new to start at scratch all i have is a crappy processor at 550mhz, 128 sdram Dimm, an OLDOLD video card, and a 20gb harddrive(fireball?) so ill need to start at scratch
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Oh Canada..... Man, that makes it even harder.

MOBO- http://www.pagecomputers.com/cgi-bin/page/M1425137.html

CPU- http://www.pcdirectsource.com/Item.cfm?ID=1645

Ok, convert those in Canadian Dollars, and they are as follows.

MOBO- 151.35

CPU- 229.08

Hope this helped; Canada is nice, but jeez!! Canadians on this forum sure make my life in finding good deals harder! LMAO! JK!
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