help me buy a new system!

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Post 3+ Months Ago

hi everyone, i am currently looking to buy a new system. i have a £300 budget and a 40 gig ide hdd from my old system which i would like to use if possible! i am looking at 939 boards but need to keep to my budget. all i need is the mobo ram cpu and a case. i am able to build it at home under professional supervision so i need not worry about that.

thanks for your time!

Nathan
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oh i need a psu 2! lol

thanks again!
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hmm, I know a $500 (USD) system.
-Specs
AMD 64 2500
512MB PC3200 Ram
80GB Hard Drive
DVD + CD-RW Drive

I will get more infomation for you. I will see how much to a 3000+ upgrade is.
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i only need case mobo ram and cpu if possible! i need the system asap my budget of £300 is also important.
mobo will be good to have integrated graphics (i have no gpu)
thanks.

Nathan
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i was referred to novatech by a friend to look at skt939 barebone and bundle deals but unfortunately i can only find skt 754! any help will do nicely. i need to order the parts by noon tomorrow!

thanks, Nathan
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http://img320.imageshack.us/img320/8574/ebuyerspecs2er.jpg
is this a good working cofig? and is it the best for my ££?

many thanks,

nathan
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hmm.. That is a pretty good deal. I would recommend a stronger power supply.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Go with it and then buy yourself a decent power supply with your Christmas money. Cheap power supplies are not good and likely to cause you problems in the long term, but for a couple of months I'd go with the Ebuyer supply and then upgrade when I got the money.
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Also, what's with the shipping surcharge? Ebuyer's quicker delivery is worse than useless, I once made the mistake of paying for next day delivery with them and it still took the three days it normally takes, the only difference was I got an email saying the goods had been dispatched on the 5th and I'd receive them on my expected delivery date the 4th.

As a final word of warning the memory gets sent out as a separated package (something to do with the free delivery) so You many receive it on a different day.

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