Leeleemu 11:53 07 Aug 2005

I have now decided to go for Kingmax PC3200 SuperRAM 400Mhz 2GB DDR (2x1GB) Dual Channel Pair, AMD Athlon 64 3700+ San Diego 90nm Socket 939, Western Digital Caviar 7200RPM 80GB FDB 8MB and a Western Digital Caviar 7200RPM 200GB FDB 8MB.

The graphics card is Sapphire Radeon X800 XL 512Mb PCI-Express Dual DVI / VIVO but I am struggling to find a Motherboard for all this.

Can you help me?


  Joe R 11:59 07 Aug 2005

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all three of these would do what you require.

  Totally-braindead 15:37 07 Aug 2005

Buy whichever you like but since you seem to be building a quality system judging by your components make sure whatever you get is a good quality brand name motherboard such as MSI or Gigabyte, I don't know whether the hard drives you mention are SATA ones or not but I would be looking for a SATA drive myself if I was building a new PC. Mainly because they are slightly faster also perhaps consider getting a RAID motherboard and installing 2 drives the same. And perhaps an external hard drive for backup.

  Totally-braindead 15:38 07 Aug 2005

Forgot to mention have a look here as a place to look at prices click here

  harps1h 22:13 07 Aug 2005

you could also buy this one click here if i had the budget it would be right at the top of my list. i currently have an nforce 2 version and it is an excellent overclocker with plenty of options. it will also allow sli and comes with all the accessories you would ever wish for

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