Building a pc

  coubury 18:23 02 May 2008

im just about to order these components from novatech

Barebones Bundles - Heatsink and Fan, 1GB DDR2 667Ram, AMD AM2 X2 4400 nVidia Motherboard

Western Digital Caviar SE16 250Gb 16Mb Cache Hard Disk Drive SATAII 300MB/s 8.9ms 7200rpm - OEM

Novatech Scom 32Bit 10/100M PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter

400W ATX Power Supply for AMD, P3 and P4 mainboards 24Pin

and want to make sure iv got everything i need before i place the order.

  rossgolf 18:31 02 May 2008

extra fans? graphics card?

  Totally-braindead 18:38 02 May 2008

As above and a PC case? Operating system?

Personally I would up the power supply to a branded one of at least 600 watts.

  coubury 18:55 02 May 2008

no you get a case with it and a graphics card

click here

so is that it?

  ICF 19:03 02 May 2008

You don't get a graphics card. I think you'll find it has onboard graphics

  coubury 19:13 02 May 2008

same differene lol

  rossgolf 19:17 02 May 2008

not card gives much more power generally nd performance

  wis 19:41 02 May 2008

ram i would go 2 g min

  wis 19:43 02 May 2008

plus what cpu is in there duo or what

  coubury 19:53 02 May 2008

AMD AM2 X2 4400

  wis 20:58 02 May 2008

sorry to be a pain but give me a bit more spec on
this cpu, save me going of checking

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