computer component do they go 2gether

  danielsimmons 23:03 26 Jan 2006

Abit KU8 ULI M1689 (Socket 754) Motherboard (MB-081-AB)
AMD Sempron 64 2600+ 1.6GHz (Socket 754) CPU - Retail (CP-139-AM)
Crucial 1GB DDR PC2700 CAS2.5 (CT3264Z335) (MY-008-CR)
Leadtek Winfast A180BT GeForce MX4000 64MB DDR TV-Out (AGP) - Retail (GX-035-LT)
Maxtor DiamondMax Plus 10 NCQ 120GB 6L120M0 SATA 8MB Cache - OEM (HD-072-MD)
Akasa Serial ATA 45cm Blue EL Data Cable (CB-014-AK)
LG GSA-4167BAL 16x16 DVD±RW Dual Layer ReWriter (Black) - OEM (CD-033-LG)

just making sure as i have never built a 64bit machine b4

  007al 23:11 26 Jan 2006

Yes they do.Do you already have the graphics card?As thats pretty dated now.
Unless you`re putting a 64bit operating system on,then it wont be any different.

  danielsimmons 23:40 26 Jan 2006

i will look in 2 a betta graghics card i dont hav 2 as some tit nicked it from my other machine

  Skills 23:51 26 Jan 2006

Just a few things if this is the motherboard click here then it will support upto DDR 400 RAM so id go for better RAM than what you'd specified. Also its an AGP board and if i was buying a new setup now id go for a PCI express based solution as newer cards are no longer being released in AGP format.

What sort of budget do you have as you may well be able to afford an athlon 64 and socket 939 setup novatech do some decent bundles for instance athlon 64 3200 skt 939, 512 DDR 400 and motherboard for £223 quid click here

  danielsimmons 00:04 27 Jan 2006

my budget is about £450 gettin da parts and would a 32bit os run on 64bit hardware

  007al 00:14 27 Jan 2006

RAM click here
Hard drive click here
Graphics card click here
With the motherboard bundle Skills has picked,and the parts ive picked,you could have twice the system you were going to get

  007al 00:15 27 Jan 2006

The AMD64 chips are compatible with 32bit,yes

  007al 00:17 27 Jan 2006

I made a mitake there,and picked 2x512MB ram.
should have been this click here

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