Would this pc build work?

  Bolter 11:13 29 Jul 2008


I have built a couple computers before but when it comes down to the details I sort of know what im doing but I would just like to make sure that what i have picked would work.

ASUS P5N-T Deluxe AiLifestyle Series nForce 780i SLI Socket 775 8 channel audio ATX Motherboard

OCZ 4GB Kit (2x2GB) DDR2 1066MHz/PC2-8500 Reaper Memory HPC Edition Dual Channel

Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 G0 Stepping (2.4GHz 1066MHz) Socket 775 L2 8MB Cache (2x4MB (4MB per core pair) Retail Boxed Processor

Zotac 8800GT 512MB DDR3 Dual DVI HDTV Out PCI-E Graphics Card

Western Digital WD2500AAKS Caviar SE 250GB 7200RPM SATAII/300 16MB Cache - OEM

Hi-Power Black 700W 14cm Blue LED Fan PSU - 20+4pin 4x SATA 4x PCI-E

I am a gamer but not serious enough to overclock or anything like that so any help or recommendations would be great thanks!

  nosharpe 12:09 29 Jul 2008

The important bit is choosing the correct motherboard and PSU.
That is a decent motherboard and supports the components you want to add. The board also supports 3 way Sli so you could have 3 GPU cards but you'd obviously need to have more power.
The PSU as it stands is fine for your combo.

And you'll be able to play any game you want.

  Bolter 14:30 29 Jul 2008

Thanks for the quick reply nosharpe

Thanks for pointing out the 3 x sli, I don't think ill 3 so i might go for this board instead

Asus P5N-E SLI 650i Socket 775 PCI-E Onboard Audio ATX Motherboard

Gives me 2 free PCI slots to use =)

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