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Old 09-23-2006, 05:46 PM   #1
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Hello all
I am building a computer for my sister using some parts from my old computer. I just need confirmation that it will work Here are the parts:

Monitor:
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...9&Sku=N52-1728

Case:
http://www.newegg.com/product/produc...82E16811220008

CD Drive:
http://www.newegg.com/product/produc...82E16827135092

Wireless card:
http://www.newegg.com/product/produc...82E16833315041

CPU:
Intel Celeron D Socket 478 @ 2.53Ghz

Motherboard:
ASRock P4i4GV

RAM:
512MB PC2700 (this is actually in my system right now, but I am geting 1gig of PC3200 RAM from TigerDirect for $99 )

Hard drive:
Seagate 20gig 5400RPM IDE Hard Drive

PSU:
400Watt

So, will this work? I know the Hard drive, mobo, ram, cpu, and PSU work together because I had them running in my old setup. But is everything OK with the monitor, case, cd drive, and wireless? I just need this confirmation for my parents or else they won't let me buy the parts.

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Well if you had the mobo, cpu, harddrive, ram and psu working together in another computer then you won't have any problems. The only thing you would have to worry about is if it will fit in the case you selected, and it will just fine.
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Awesome! Thanks!
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Well if you had the mobo, cpu, harddrive, ram and psu working together in another computer then you won't have any problems. The only thing you would have to worry about is if it will fit in the case you selected, and it will just fine.
Lolz - that sounds like your saying that any of those will work together fine.

You mean that all the ones selected will work together.
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Lolz - that sounds like your saying that any of those will work together fine.

You mean that all the ones selected will work together.
lol....Yeah thats what I meant.
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