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Old 27th November 2004, 00:18   #1
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I'll have the following system:

1024 DDR ram
Geforce 6800 GT AGP or Radeon X800 XT PCI-E
MSI neo 2 plat. or MSI neo 4
(don't know the mobo and graka yet.. have to decide)
Amd Athlon 3500+
Maxtor 160 GIG
DVD RW: NEC 3500
DVD: Liteon

I heard I at least need a 350W power supply.. many people said the Antec Sonata would be perfect for me.. but is there another option? maybe less expensive.. a nice case with a good power supply though...
 
Old 27th November 2004, 00:40   #2
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http://www.e-bug.de/cgi-ssl/preise.c...=15778&piname='Geh.+Miditower+Asus+TA-210+black/silver'&hbestnr= maybe this one? 350W power supply
 
Old 27th November 2004, 01:24   #3
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If you want a (desent) case with a desent psu, go enermax, all others have rather sucky psu's in their cases.

or if you can, spend some.
buy the case you want, preferably withouth psu and buy a desent psu seperately.

ocz has some excellent psu's. very stable, very powerfull, pricy but not too pricy and it's worth it. antec has some good psu's too but not as good as ocz's and they cost just as much. then there's pc power & cooling. excellent psu, slightly better then the ocz's but they cost far more.
 
Old 30th November 2004, 11:56   #4
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investing in a sonata is not an easy decision, and i regretted it for the first few months of owning mine until i figured out its nuances and how to make it shine

antec has some pretty decent solution series cases, but all in all, the sonata is definately the best for what you get
 
Old 30th November 2004, 17:34   #5
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Ok I'll buy the sonata.. I need to buy black DVD RW/DVD for it huh?
 
Old 5th December 2004, 02:21   #6
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actually, it has a door, so it doesnt matter what you have inthere to still get the finished look

i have a white/blue cdrw, grey dvdrom, and brushed aluminum rheo in mine, and its all snugly covered yup by the door when not being actively used
 
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