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|24th January 2004, 22:28||#1|
Give your opinion about this system !
I asked very much people what they think about this system , but nobody gave me a firm answer . If this kind of topics is not
permitted , plz tell me !
Processor: AMD XP 2500+, Barton Core 333MHz FSB Boxed with cooler 1 97,50
Heatsink: Thermalright SLK 947-U 1 51,50
Fan for SLK 947-U: Enermax 90mm case fan with variable speeds 1 13,00
Thermal compound: Artic Silver Thermal compound revision 3 1 5,90
Mainboard: Abit AN7 µGuru (NFORCE2, SATA RAID, AGP8X, Dual Channel 400, 5PCI, 6.1 SOUND, USB2.0, Firewire, LAN) 1 123,00
Memory: Corsair TWINX Matched DDR 2 x 256MB 400Mhz PC3200 HSP LOW Latency 1 154,50
Graphic card: Aopen FX5900XT 8X 128 DDR DVI TV-OUT BOX 209,00
Hard drive: Maxtor 120GB 8MB SATA (7200/150) 6Y120M0 1 107,90
DVD-Writer: Lite-on Internal 4X +/- DVD-R/RW Writer Retail LDW411-S 1 121,20
Monitor: Hyundai BLACK & SILVER 19inch Q995: 75khz/0.20/TCO99 (3 years on site) 1 225,90
Boxes: Logitech Z2200 400W RMS Stereo Kit + Subwoofer 2.1 1 166,00
Keyboard: Tybotech MULTIMEDIA KEYBOARD BLACK 11,00
Mice: Logitech MX310 Optical Mouse 1 37,40
Case: Chieftec BX Medium met deur BLACK met FRONT USB en Firewire BX-01B-B-B Original CHIEFTEC Voeding 360W 1 114,90
Total: 1440 (Budget is 1450)
Thx for the replies!
|24th January 2004, 22:34||#2|
Re: Give your opinion about this system !
|24th January 2004, 23:02||#3|
I'm happy with a normal crappy keyboard , maybe I buy later a Logitech special edition black or something , I find them very expensive . I replaced the Enermax with a PAPST 3412NGL 92mm 35.9CFM (1950RPM) RPM monitor en connector, a good choice? Can it run on higher rotation speeds than 1950 rpm?
|25th January 2004, 08:42||#5|
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that's right, you need a little more juice on that cpu fan... and if it's too loud, you ncan switch it up to a nice rheobus.
please take an mx700 mouse, it's only 30 euro's more then that 310 and the difference is extreme, the mouse is simply astonishingly good...
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|25th January 2004, 11:50||#6|
Maybe the MX310 is good enough for the TS. It sure is good enough for me! I don't need al those knobs like on the MX500. And I find the MX700 too heavy, the extra weight of those batteries can also be bad for people who have RSI.
|25th January 2004, 13:23||#8|
I just threw my MX700 out in favor of an MX500.
That thing weighs a ton, and if you are used to unweighted corded mice, that's impossible to work with. (in all none cordless mice is a weight, I usually remove them to increase my respons time by decreasing momentum)
The accuracy is the same anyway between the entire MX line.
But a good keyboard is more recommended.
Bon't know THAT monitor, I know we have the 17" model in stock as a cheap verion. As every computer user will tell you, do not underestimate the screen.
|25th January 2004, 21:15||#9|
I replaced the SLK947-U with a SP97 and the SATA version with a normal ATA version (also 8MB cache) and the keyboard is now a Logitech black edition ! The mouse is perfect for me , the same precision as the MX500/700 , but less heavy (important for games) Give your opinion !!
The system :
PROCESSOR: AMD XP 2500+, Barton Core 333MHz FSB Boxed with cooler 1 97,50
HEATSINK: THERMALRIGHT SP 97 (zonder fan) 1 65,00
FAN VOOR KOELBLOK: PAPST 3412NGL 92mm 35.9CFM (1950RPM) RPM monitor en connector 1 20,50
KOELPASTA: ARCTIC SILVER Thermal compound revision 3 1 5,90
MOEDERBORD: ABIT AN7 µGuru (NFORCE2, SATA RAID, AGP8X, Dual Channel 400, 5PCI, 6.1 SOUND, USB2.0, Firewire, LAN) 1 123,00
GEHEUGEN: CORSAIR TWINX Matched DDR 2 x 256MB 400Mhz PC3200 HSP LOW Latency 1 154,50
HARDE SCHIJF: MAXTOR 120GB 8MB (7200/133) 1 99,50
DVD-WRITER: LITE-ON Internal 4X +/- DVD-R/RW Writer Retail LDW411-S 1 121,20
GRAFISCHE KAART: AOPEN FX5900XT 8X 128 DDR DVI TV-OUT BOX 209,00
MUIS: LOGITECH MX310 Optical Mouse 1 37,40
KEYBOARD: LOGITECH Internet Navigator Keyboard BLACK SPECIAL EDITION AZERTY 967234-123 IN STOCK 40,50
BOXEN:LOGITECH Z2200 400W RMS Stereo Kit + Subwoofer 2.1 1 166,00
SCHERM: HYUNDAI BLACK & SILVER 19inch Q995: 75khz/0.20/TCO99 (3 years on site) 1 225,90
KAST: CHIEFTEC BX Medium met deur BLACK met FRONT USB en Firewire BX-02B-B-B Original CHIEFTEC Voeding 360W 1 114,90
TOTAAL: 1481 euro
ThxI replaced the SLK947-U with a SP97 and the SATA version with a normal ATA version (also 8MB cache) and the keyboard is now a Logitech black edition ! The mouse is perfect for me , the same precision as the MX500/700 , but less heavy (important for games) Give your opinion !!
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