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Info on this system please

daylight01daylight01 Member Posts: 2,250

I have a chance to buy this system at what seems to be a good price,I am unsure about the video card mostly as I have never used an ATI card in any of my systems,I dont mind if it isnt the best out there as long as I could play the latest games until I can afford to get a new card for it.

  • AMD Phenom™ 64 Quad Core Q9500
  • Legitieme Windows Vista® Home Premium
  • 3 GB geheugen
  • 750 GB harddisk
  • ATI Radeon HD2400 512MB

Any help would be great guys thanks..

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If someone had came up to me in 1980 when I was on my Atari 2600 and said we will be playing games with thousands of people at the same time.I guess my response would have been,"but I only have 2 joysticks"

http://www.mmorpg.com/discussion2.cfm/thread/235780/page/8

Comments

  • CleffyIICleffyII Member, Newbie CommonPosts: 3,440

    HD2400 blows chunks.  Look at the HD3xxx series at the least.  I would suggest atleast a 3850.

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  • oakaeoakae Member UncommonPosts: 344

    If you are buying a quad core get an Intel. Even the q6600 released a year ago is slightly faster than the fastest AMD quad core. If you can wait a month or 2 get the new 45nm quad cores from Intel. For a grahphics get atleast a 3850 from ATI and 8800gt from nvidia.

  • TrentasyTrentasy Member Posts: 22

    How much are you gonna pay for it??? but seems like a good computer, but if i was you i would scrap windows vista and get xp,   your computer would be so as hell with vista on it

  • daylight01daylight01 Member Posts: 2,250

    Thanks for the answers guys,I have just recently seen this setup and it seems to fit my needs better,Although I am a little worried about the psu,Would this be ok as it is antec which I think make some of the better psu`s?

     Antec NSK6580 MidiTower, Zw/Zlv, 430W, ATX

    Asus P5N-E SLI, S775, nF650i SLI, 4xDDR2, FW, ATX

     Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 2.66GHz, 1333MHz, S775, Box

    Western Digital 320GB, 7200rpm, SATAII, 16MB

    Informatique 14 in 1 Cardreader, 3.5", 3 kleuren

     2x Kingston Dimm 1GB DDR2 PC2-5300 667MHz

     Asus EN8800 GT 512MB, 2xDVI, HDTVo, PCIe

     Lite-On DH-16D2P DVD-Rom 16x48x, zwart, PATA

    NEC AD-7173 DL 18x12x DVD-RW/RAM LF Zwart, bulk

     Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium NL, 32b, oem.

     free Crysis game.

    Again thanbks for any answer`s guys,This system seems quite nice for the price of only 900 euro`s with only the doubt on the antec 430w psu

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    If someone had came up to me in 1980 when I was on my Atari 2600 and said we will be playing games with thousands of people at the same time.I guess my response would have been,"but I only have 2 joysticks"

    http://www.mmorpg.com/discussion2.cfm/thread/235780/page/8

  • xxthecorexxxxthecorexx Member Posts: 1,078

    Originally posted by daylight01


    Thanks for the answers guys,I have just recently seen this setup and it seems to fit my needs better,Although I am a little worried about the psu,Would this be ok as it is antec which I think make some of the better psu`s?
     Antec NSK6580 MidiTower, Zw/Zlv, 430W, ATX
    Asus P5N-E SLI, S775, nF650i SLI, 4xDDR2, FW, ATX
     Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 2.66GHz, 1333MHz, S775, Box
    Western Digital 320GB, 7200rpm, SATAII, 16MB
    Informatique 14 in 1 Cardreader, 3.5", 3 kleuren
     2x Kingston Dimm 1GB DDR2 PC2-5300 667MHz
     Asus EN8800 GT 512MB, 2xDVI, HDTVo, PCIe
     Lite-On DH-16D2P DVD-Rom 16x48x, zwart, PATA
    NEC AD-7173 DL 18x12x DVD-RW/RAM LF Zwart, bulk
     Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium NL, 32b, oem.
     free Crysis game.
    Again thanbks for any answer`s guys,This system seems quite nice for the price of only 900 euro`s with only the doubt on the antec 430w psu
    get another power supply.

    wait..

    hmm...

    the more i look at these specs the more i don't like it. well no... i like parts, the E6750 and the 8800GT the rest of it is pretty weak.

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    TheCore

  • daylight01daylight01 Member Posts: 2,250

    well tbh kingston is 1 of the better ram so I dont know why you wouldnt like that,Also western digital is a low power user so not sure why you dont like that,My main question is yes is 430 watt by most companies I would worry about but am I right in believing antec is a true psu provider and will run this system with no problems?

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    If someone had came up to me in 1980 when I was on my Atari 2600 and said we will be playing games with thousands of people at the same time.I guess my response would have been,"but I only have 2 joysticks"

    http://www.mmorpg.com/discussion2.cfm/thread/235780/page/8

  • xxthecorexxxxthecorexx Member Posts: 1,078
    Originally posted by daylight01


    well tbh kingston is 1 of the better ram so I dont know why you wouldnt like that,Also western digital is a low power user so not sure why you dont like that,My main question is yes is 430 watt by most companies I would worry about but am I right in believing antec is a true psu provider and will run this system with no problems?

    if you think kingston is "1 of the better ram" and that antec makes good power supplies then by all means, this is a good deal for you.

    ____________________________
    TheCore

  • daylight01daylight01 Member Posts: 2,250

    I have ordered the system but took your advice and changed the power supply to an antec 500w,I was on a budget of 1000 euro`s and including the devilery came to 996 euro,So I even managed to keep the wife happy :)

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    If someone had came up to me in 1980 when I was on my Atari 2600 and said we will be playing games with thousands of people at the same time.I guess my response would have been,"but I only have 2 joysticks"

    http://www.mmorpg.com/discussion2.cfm/thread/235780/page/8

  • daelnordaelnor Member UncommonPosts: 1,556

    Good deal. Your next upgrade of more RAM down the road will be inexpensive as well.

    D.

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