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Old June 2, 2009, 10:21 AM
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Thanks a lot Soultribunal. You did very good helpful things. Thanks a lot! You guys Canadians, thanks for all of you
Glad to be of Service! Good Luck with the Build!!!

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Glad to be of Service! Good Luck with the Build!!!

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Excuse me could you look at me once please?

I really agree this system build. But I found some V9 users which really doubt with this case. The fans of case always cause problems and the windows always making a threat because dust entering inside from the window was very intense. I turned to RC-690 the same price as V9.

And one more thing about Intel. I'm a fan of AMD. (really!) And I want to use a AMD processor. Could you please help me at this thing? I want to a processor which can be race with Intel E8400. Of course I need the change motherboard too.

Could you please answer me?
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Which Motherboard Manufacturers are available to you there?
Gigabyte?
Asus?

If Gigabyte go with the GA-MA790X-UD4P,

As for the Processor, the best bet to compete with the E8400 is the New AM3 X2 550 Processor.

Its 3.1GhZ, 7MB Cache.

That would be your Best choice.

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Which Motherboard Manufacturers are available to you there?
Gigabyte?
Asus?

If Gigabyte go with the GA-MA790X-UD4P,

As for the Processor, the best bet to compete with the E8400 is the New AM3 X2 550 Processor.

Its 3.1GhZ, 7MB Cache.

That would be your Best choice.

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Gigabyte,Asus,MSI,Sapphire and DFI. But I want to know is this change good or bad for me??
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Old June 22, 2009, 08:51 AM
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Personally, I really have been liking the newest AMD Releases.
I think its a good change, but thats just me.


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Personally, I really have been liking the newest AMD Releases.
I think its a good change, but thats just me.


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I like AMD too. But that is not a work like-unlike. That is only for money.

# Gigabyte / EP45-DS3L DDR2 1200Mhz (125 $)
# Intel / Core2 Duo E8400 3.0 Ghz 64 Bit 6 MB L2 Cache (214 $)

Total: 339 $

# Gigabyte / MA790X-UD4 AM2+ AMD 790X+SB750 DDR2 (132 $)
# AMD / Phenom II X2 AM3 550 Black Edition 3.1GHz 7MB Cache (132 $)

Total: 264 $


That is for it? It is really good now?

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Looks good to me.
Saves you Money too.
And I really think Side by Side, the AMD Chip would win over the Intel.

Good Choices. Enjoy your Build.

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Nice of you to help out so much Soul. You seem like a stand up guy!
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Nice of you to help out so much Soul. You seem like a stand up guy!
Thanks Red, just trying to help where I can.

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Old June 24, 2009, 04:43 AM
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You are reallly good Soul! Thanks a lot. But I need extra money save.
I will ask you something too. Here look this:

Cooler Master RC-690 600W (179 $)

TOTAL: 179 $

Cooler Master RC-690 460W (149 $)
Corsair CMPSU-650TX 650W (149 $)

TOTAL: 298 $

Really really big problem I think. Is RC-690's 600W handle my system?? Really I need an extra PSU?
Did you think RC-690's 600W Power Supply is factory output??

Could you look this please again? I need save extra money...
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