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Old 11-24-2005, 11:34 AM   #1
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Will this components be compatible

CASE
MERCURY MIDI CASE KC-8802 400W BLK/GREY
http://www.valuelist.co.uk/ProductDe...productID=3494

MOBO
ASROCK SKT-775 775V88+ S/L 800FSB
http://www.valuelist.co.uk/ProductDe...productID=4150

CPU
INTEL CELERON D-341 2.93GHz 533FSB SKT775 RET
http://www.valuelist.co.uk/ProductDe...productID=3635

MEMORY
OCZ (OCZ400512V25) 512MB Catlatency 2.5 Value Series - Lifetime Warranty
http://www.udiggit.com/udiggit/produ...ct/2_NDAxNQ==/

HARD DRIVE
Maxtor 120GB 7200rpm UDMA100/133 8MB Cache
http://www.valuelist.co.uk/ProductDe...productID=1772

GRAPHICS CARD
Xpert-Vision PCI FX 5200 128MB DDR - Retail
http://www.valuelist.co.uk/ProductDe...productID=2415



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WILL IT BE FAST
WILL THE CABLE BE INCLUDED
ANY SUGGESTION (IE To make is cheaper or more value for money)
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Old 11-24-2005, 01:51 PM   #2
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Erm...shud b compatible, no reasn why shudnt...cables are cheap as anything, so if they dont, ten pounds more. are you a gamer? if not just get a mobo with onboard VGA
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Old 11-24-2005, 01:53 PM   #3
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Yes, they are compatiable.

Will it be fast? Not really sorry! If you want cheap fastness, get an AMD. The Celeron is slow as anything. The motherboard is also amazingly cheap.

What's your budget? I know a hell of a lot about AMDs, so I'll get some info for you and some faster suggestions.
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Old 11-24-2005, 01:57 PM   #4
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Default Re: Will this be compatible

well I can't find the pin's in the ram. So if it's 184-Pin then everything should be compatible, if it's not then u need to change the memory.

What do u plan on doing with the computer?

For just simple use (email, net browsing, using m$ word etc.) it's going to be fine. For gaming, no it's not going to be fast.
There is not a single part in that computer that I would use in a gaming machine.
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Old 11-24-2005, 02:00 PM   #5
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And why a UDMA hard drive? You got some slow things in that spec mate, it's not going to be fast at all. I agree with mammikoura on his last comment!
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Old 11-25-2005, 09:17 AM   #6
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I might make my bro a pc for christmas or maybe buim one of ebay. Yes the pins are 184 i made sure of that but now ill think i'll redesign it and go for AMD. Im trying to stick around 250 but maybe ebay wud b beta?
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