PC spec.

  Wellbe 12:36 13 Feb 2006


I've been looking around for a good couple weeks now and have come up with the following PC. I'm happy with it but would just like to make sure that everything is 100% compatible. Thats where you come in ;) So if you know of any fatal flaws or major improvements please let me know.

Thermaltake Shark VA7000 Silver Aluminium Case No PSU £71.00

Asus A8N32 SLI Deluxe 939 DDR400 PCI-E SATA/ATA Raid £116.00

Retail Boxed AMD Athlon 64 3700 San Deigo Core 1Mb 90nm Socket 939Pin £140.00

MSI GEFORCE 7800GT 256MB DDR3 PCI-E TV Out DVI £209.00

ThermalTake Purepower 520W PowerSupply £72.00

Maxtor DiamondMax 10 SATAII 250GB 16Mb Cache Hard Disk Drive 9.0ms 7200rpm - OEM £61.00

Corsair XMS3200 1GB (2x512MB) 400Mhz Non-ECC Matched Pair £75.00

Total £744.00
Total + VAT £874.20

  GANDALF <|:-)> 13:12 13 Feb 2006

What are you using it for?


  Wellbe 13:35 13 Feb 2006

Mostly gaming orientated...

  phil46 13:38 13 Feb 2006

Try Novatech you can get what you want cheaper that what you have quoted,i have just bought a
computer from them as a second compter i can't fail it in anyway,the only thing i bought it without the OS but you have to copy the SATA drivers from the computer disk had to ring Tech support as there were a number of SATA drivers on the disk.

  Wellbe 14:23 13 Feb 2006

The components and prices above are actually from Novatech... Their system solutions are not very customizable so I just listed the components I wanted.

  doc999 15:11 13 Feb 2006

Novatech offer good prices, a friend found going down to their showroom the easy way to get what they wanted in their pc.

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