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  1. #16
    Join Date
    Jul 1999
    Kentucky, USA
    Also, an extra power supply is not going to fit in that case. Most aluminum cases are pretty small (although big enough for what you need).

    Also, dont cut down on the speakers trust me, if your gonna cut down on anything, dont cut down on speakers, unless you dont like loud music or dont like cranking it up during a game. If you get speakers, I recommend the Cambridge Soundwork FPS2000 Digital.

    For hard drive, dont get anything but IBM. In my opinion they are the best, and can handle some serious overclocking. Also for a CD-ROM get one of those 72x I think Kenwood makes them, but I'm not for sure, you'll have to ask around.

    Some other cases you might want to consider are the Antec SX1030 (comes in beige or black) these are the cases used by Alienware. Also the Addtronics 6896A. Both are full towers.

    Good luck.

    Athy 700@800 1.65v
    Abit KA7
    128meg PC133 7.5ns can do 160@CAS3
    Asus V7700 Pure 32meg (215+?/366+?)
    IBM 75GXP 45gb
    WD 10.2GB 7200rpm ATA66
    Diamond MX300
    Toshiba SD-M1402 (12x dvd/40x cd)
    Plextor 8/4/32 CD-RW
    3COM 56k hardware modem (just incase)
    SMC 10mpbs ISA NIC (for DSL)
    Intel P4C 3.0Ghz
    Asus P4P800-E Deluxe
    2x256mb Corsair Value Select PC3200
    eVGA e-GeForce 6800
    WD 120gb SE
    IBM 60GXP 60gb
    Creative Labs Audigy (free)
    Toshiba SD-M1402 (12x dvd/40x cd)
    Lite-On 52x24x52 ($15 retail )
    Pioneer A06 DVD+/-RW
    ThermalTake Silent Purepower 420W PSU

  2. #17
    Join Date
    Mar 1999
    Austin, TX USA (currently in Bosnia)
    Lose the MX; you'd be much better off with a a 32mb GTS.

  3. #18
    Join Date
    Mar 1999
    Thanks for all the replies. I did some serious research on MX: it is not what I want . As for some one mentioned I had some money to spend, unfortunatly i don't. The system I specified would cost me only around $650.

    Also I did a research and found out that a new nVidia chipset coming out in Q3 2001. It looks very promesing. So I decided to hold to my present system and get a new one around Christmas.

    I found a great hardware review webcite, and I think all of you will like it.

    Thanks again for all the replies.

  4. #19
    Join Date
    Jul 2000
    Campo Bom, RS, Brazil
    What monitor you're going to acquire? If you're not goint to high resolutions, a modest video card can give you a better price/perfomance. But if money is not a problem... Oh and forget the SB 16 sound card. It's crappy even by low standards.

  5. #20
    Join Date
    Feb 1999
    Indianapolis, IN
    Like AlladinSane said, what monitor will you pair the vid card with? Also, regarding the soundcard, what speakers will you pair it with? If you really want that Asus DDR board and the cheaper audio you might also consider A7A266 DDR with integrated audio. Again, it just depends on what your ouput devices are and what you really want.

    [This message has been edited by g13 (edited 06-06-2001).]

  6. #21
    Join Date
    Aug 2000
    Get a GTS dude.

  7. #22
    Join Date
    Jan 2001
    columbia, s.c.
    Leadtek GTS Pro or Ultra, the Pro is the better value 64 mg. Save your money on the GeForce 3 and get one later when something new comes out. The VooDoo 5 5500's graphics are as good but the frame rate sucks.

    Sound Blaster Value Live

    Full Tower Case, you can never have enough room

    Get a mother board that has 4 memory slots and 4 IDE connections, Asus or Abit

    Get a Golden Orb or Fob38 cpu fan.

    Abit KT7A-Raid MB
    Windows ME
    AMD 1.2 Athlon 266
    Western Digital 20 Gig 7200 rpm 100 ATA
    Golden Orb Fan
    384 Mg PC133 Ram
    Sound Blaster X-Gamer
    Live 5.1
    Voodoo 5 5500
    H.P. 9350I CD Writer
    Pioneer DVD-106s
    US Robotics 56k Modem
    KDS AV-195TF 19" Monitor
    Soon to be running Raid

  8. #23
    Join Date
    May 2001
    California, USA
    Use my system as an example:

    The Krypt0Knight Rig:
    AMD Thunderbird 1.33Ghz
    ASUS A7V133 KT133A 266MHZ FSB ATA100
    SONY 52x cd-rom
    256megs pc-133 sdram
    Asus V8200 64MB DDR PURE NVIDIA
    Turtle Beach Santa Cruz
    (Still deciding on speakers)
    Using a 20 inch square household fan for cooling

    [This message has been edited by QuestionableK (edited 06-07-2001).]

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