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Q: Affordable Building to Building Wirelss for Small Network

I am the Pastor of a small church in Texas I recently purchased a laptop to replace my desktop and plan on passing down my desktop to our treasurer I just purchased a D-Link Extreme N Gigabit router and have networked the computers to the DSL We recently purchased an all in one print copy unit that has wireless capabilities that I would also like to incorprate into the network with the DSL and Other Computer We have our main Church building where my office is located however the copier and treasurers office are in our youth building behind the church When I m sitting at my desk I can sometimes get a low signal strength connection with the printer on the printers quot network quot Wirelss Affordable for Network Building Small Building to in the other building With my Laptop I get great signal strength from the quot DSL Network quot just Affordable Building to Building Wirelss for Small Network outside the building The meter is around bars and stays - mbps As soon as I step in the door the signal is lost it s a metal building The copier room is the first room inside the door and the next room is the Treasurers office The room right above both is my Teen Classroom for Wednesday Night bible studies These three rooms are really the only place in the building i m needing to reach signal Currently in both machines I have one Intel A B G card and the other just is labled USB B G Card Would changing these cards to N enable me to pick up the signal inside the building Is there a cheap meathod of bridging from building to building This is all coming out of my pocket mostly for my benifit so I am not sticking the church with the debt Any information you can provide would be much appreciated I have been working with and on computers since age but I have just never had much dealings with networking and I am especially new to Wireless nbsp

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Hello everyone. I want some help with building a gaming computer in the $800 dollar range. I have checked on Newegg.com and I have found some deals but they are not quite cheap enough and I know that there are better ones out there. What I am looking for is a computer that is a decent gaming computer. Not top of the line, but it should have room for upgrading when I get more money. What I am looking for is an AMD 64 processor and a PCI-Express graphics card. Please help me... :hotbounce

P.S. Also, if you can give a link with a cheap but good monitor ...flat screen is fine I don't need flat panel.

Kaiden16
 

A:Help building an affordable gaming computer

I used the Chaintech Vnf4ultra nforce 4 ultra motherboard($90), a 939 3000+ ($150)cpu, 1gb corsair value select($80), pci-e 6600gt($160), antec 1650b ($65)case, and a tagan 480w psu($90)(wouldn't need this, the 1650b has a good psu that runs the system, I wanted more power for overclocking). I like it it's a nice system, for pretty cheap.
Total $635
+ a dvd burner ($50)
+ a hd ($85)
+ floppy ($10)
+key/mouse ($30)
+ monitor ($vaires)
=$810 w/o monitor.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/help-building-an-affordable-gaming-computer.28679/
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what would you guys recommend for a 4 computer network?

I want everyone saveing all their important stuff to a very realiable, fast server that's basically safe from any data loss.

my budget is $700.00

thanks
 

A:building a small data server

$700 is a little cheap for a server thats:



very realiable, fast server that's basically safe from any data lossClick to expand...

Esp.the word fast.

Heres my two cents:
*Get two SATA 160GB drives and mirror them in RAID0
*Get a mobo with SATA Raid0 built in so you dont have to spend $100 on a SATA Raid card
*Depending on how much it all costs, try to get a Xeon or Opteron ( which keep in mind will need a Xeon/Opteron mobo)
*Get 1GB of RAM, but show us what you plan on getting, becasue theres cheap 1GB sticks, and expensive 1GB sticks. The expensive 1GB sticks are more expensive for a good reason, and you want that good reaosn.

I think $700 is pretty low for a server.. thing is with a server, you need things like 2 hard drives in raid, if the mobo doesnt have raid a raid pci card is $100, a second hard drive costs more moeny. Your going to want a large amount of ram that costs more. Your going to want a cpu more cache, hence Xeon etc, which wil also cost more.

Your also going to need a hard firewall (a router with a firewall built into it), and norton AV running 24/7.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/building-a-small-data-server.13943/
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Hi guys server office Building small a I m tech man at my family business and Building a small office server currently we have two office with two computers each - life is easy just network the weaker to the strong and let her be file server We re moving and combining offices so I ll be looking after computers and so believe we ll be needing a server It ll just be a local server for centralised file storage printing etc and holding back ups Aside from tech specs I Building a small office server m wondering what OS would be best All the computers are running Windows one is vista but that will probably be replaced shortly for another machine I m wondering if I can run the server on Windows or if I should use a Windows Server OS I have no knowledge of Linux and would like to stick with Windows for this I m thinking I ll have server wired to router then as much as possible I d like the computers also wired into the router - but if that s no possible do you think using wireless would be practical for this We re a letting agency so most of the files we re playing with are documents and photos so nothing really over mb in a single file Any and all advice regarding the running of the server is appreciated Regarding tech specs I m thinking along the lines of the following i Haswell so no need for GPU - Probably a unless more power is needed gb - gb DDR RAM mhz do I need proper ECC RAM We re not running demanding server applications databases etc Its pretty much just a local file server x TB HDD in RAID PSU Mobo etc determined by price not really an issue I m coming at the build from a gaming pedigree hence the i - are Xeon CPU s significantly different better for this work Many thanks for reading and any advice nbsp

A:Building a small office server

I'd almost suggest you buy a small pre-built and purpose built server from Dell, HP, or Lenovo.

Or since it's just for files, maybe just get a professional grade NAS with RAID-5 like a Synology unit.

Backups can be done to USB hard drives that can, and should be rotated, offsite for safe keeping.

Also if you go wired with 5 computers, a server, and possibly network printers I'd be looking at using a small 8 or 16 port Gigabit switch and using the router only as the gateway for the internet and for the wireless.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/building-a-small-office-server.1109897/
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i have 3 computers and want to buy a server computer so the 3 computers can run the same program where all 3 share the same data form the program and when one computer saves something new in the data base of the program all 3 computers show the update.

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A:need help building a small business server

The equipment is secondary to the capability of the application in question. You have to have a multi-user application for something like this to work. Why don't we start with the name of the application you're going to be using?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/need-help-building-a-small-business-server.670226/
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What I want videos or pictures for idea for a good tower that easy to climb and change or fix APs.
 

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no body has ideas for Wifi tower on a building
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/building-wifi-tower-in-roof-of-2-floor-building.981326/
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What are you thinking for the network cards? (I think you need two if my memory serves me)

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A:Page file building and building and..

Welcome to TSF....

It could be the game that is causing this problem, what is th ename of the game?

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/page-file-building-and-building-and-263156.html
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Heya Guys,

Ive got some problems.

I need to build a new network enviroment round my work.

What I want to accomplish is this:

An Enviroment with 2 servers that are sync'd and that both servers got a NAT (Raid 6) and a NAT for a back up.

I want two servers because when server 1 braking down server 2 still running and my clients still can connect to them (thats why they're sync'd)

Im planning to run two servers on Hyper-V (because i need to apply many servers to them).

Ive already got two Hyper-V servers standing over here.

But the problem is that ive got just a little idea about how I whant to accomplish this.

Got any of you guys experience with this?

Sorry if its not understandable, ask me and ill give you answers!

thanks in advance,

Bob
 

A:New Network building

You really need to hire a company to come in and do this for you. Especially if you're dealing with customer which are probably vital to your company's survival.

If you are gonig to tackle this yourself, be prepared for a long stressful road where you'll probably be spending many many hours getting this all sorted correctly. Based on what I'm seeing in your post, I don't see enough background/expertise to pull this off.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/new-network-building.996606/
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A:Building A Network???

We don't normally do homework assignments, what are you going to learn that way? If you really have no idea, then maybe you weren't ready for this assignment.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/building-a-network.868051/
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Hello,
I am trying to build a network, part for experience and part for fun.
I have set up a computer with windows server 2003 to be a domain controller, DHCP server and DNS Server.
I also have three users or workstations running 2000 professional, all connected to a gigabyte switch.
So far I have managed to configure everything correctly exceptfor a pinter.
I have a HP laserjet 2100 which has no network so I attached a Jet Direct 300x printserver or I think that's what it is.
I am have trouble figuring out how to add this printer to my network so
it may be shared by all three users.
Can anyone give me some advice.

Thanks
 

A:Building a network

The print server should get an IP address from the DHCP Server. If not you may have to reset it. Then download the HP network printer install wizard (easiest way for a noob) and it shoudl detect and setup everything. Just run the software on each system. Or you can use the server as a print server but I dont see a point in that. Don't over complicate things.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/building-a-network.748203/
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I am planning on building a computer to be used as a server.

CPU: AMD Sempron 2.2GHz
RAM: 4GB OCZ 800MHz
HD: 2 x 1TB Western Digital Caviar Green
Graphics: 256mb 8400GT
DVD: LG DVD-RW
Network Card: Linksys 1gbps

I have a few questions.

1) Is the setup above good for a server?
2) What software will I need to run a server?
3) I am going to have ethernet plugs all around the house can I run the internet though the server and into the computers I have plugged in around the house?

Thanking in advanced

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A:Help Building my Home Network

Welcome to the forum. Until you can find out if you have the internet in the house and barn and what the cables are for we are stuck so if you have a service you need to stick a laptop ont the end of these cables and see what happens the smaller one try a phone

http://www.pchelpforum.com/network-help/124017-help-building-my-home-network.html
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A:Solved: Building A network Help

I think I have got this figured out! Finally
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-building-a-network-help.1136262/
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A:trying to add a building to our home network

Hi aligi308, and welcome to TSG.

If the wireless router in your home includes at least one open LAN port you should be able to plug the cable from the pole barn into it. Assuming you have electrical power in the pole barn, use a wireless router, with LAN ports, configured as a switch. Here is a link to a TSG library article on how how to configure the primary router in the house and secondary router in the barn:

http://library.techguy.org/wiki/Connecting_two_SOHO_broadband_routers_together
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/trying-to-add-a-building-to-our-home-network.1094231/
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A:Building home Network

Sounds like a good plan provided the powerline adapters work well (they don't always).
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/building-home-network.1015621/
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A:Building my first home network

I hate firefox.....!!!!!!!!!! Just wrote a long post for you there and lost it!! Anyway...I'm not writing it all out again.

Forget about power line networking. It is very slow and the least secure. It is the cheapest and simplest however.
You best bet is to get a wireless router and YES you do need a network for what you want.
If you don't want a router or cables all over the place there is an alternative.
It is called ICS http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Using-ICS-Internet-Connection-Sharing. If you can live with your Dad's PC being on all the time (only when you want internet access) then this maybe an option. Basically your Dad's PC acts as the network and router for you. His PC probably has a network card on it so you connect your PC to your Dad's with a crossover cable (I know you said don't mention them but you can always buy one!) and enable ICS on his PC (see links). This will then work for you.

With the ADSL connection to your Dad's PC is this done via a USB connection? If it isn't and it is using the network card then you won't be able to do the above because the network card is in use. If the ADSL modem has a USB port try connecting it up to your Dad's PC on that instead. This will free the NIC (network card) for ICS.

Also take a look at this article on my blog. It covers the basics of a IP adddreses and networking. It is just the right amount of information for you to build and troubleshoot a home network Set up a home network
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/building-my-first-home-network.1000969/
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A:Building an image for the network

You could use take two from Roxio's Ezcd creator to back up the image to CD's then use it's boot disk to restore the image on the other machines. Or you could use any imaging software and use a network boot disk such as...

http://www.nu2.nu/bootdisk/network/

to start the remote machine and run the restore operation across the network... It even mentions useing ghost peer-to-peer/multicast, using Packet driver interface.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/building-an-image-for-the-network.119907/
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A:Can access the network in the building and see other computers but.....

I assume you've checked to see if you're getting ans ip address?

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/516782/can-access-the-network-in-the-building-and-see-other-computers-but/
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What would be the best way to organize this network in terms of storage, downloading etc. Should I use HTPC also as download machine, or maybe I should go for some wireless router with own torrent client, that can download without PC on? Should I put LAN cables through all walls during building phase?
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I have found that Startech do a similar alternative

http://www.startech.com/Product/ItemDetail.aspx?productid=CRJ45C6STR&c=US

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Is there an FAQ of network cables/connectors as I want to build further cables 100% correctly.

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A:Building a good network cable

Well, patch cables should be stranded, and for long runs in walls and the like, the cables should be solid conductor. Note that CAT5 and CAT5e connectors are not technically correct for CAT6 cable, since the wire diameter is slightly larger for CAT6 cable. IMO, there is never a place for flat cable with Ethernet, so I'd stick with round cables stranded for short patch cables, and solid core for long runs.

CAT5 Cable Wiring Diagram

HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN CAT 5, TWISTED-PAIR NETWORK CABLES
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/building-a-good-network-cable.616420/
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A:Trying to connect to a wireless network in my building.

you're going to have to set up the client computer by creating a preferred network. fill out all the fields, especially the network ssid, key, and encryption. just right-click on your wireless network connection and select properties. then go to the 'wireless networks' tab and add a preferred network.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/trying-to-connect-to-a-wireless-network-in-my-building.29348/
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A:how to set up an internal network in one room of a building?

Are you using the router as a router? Unless you are using it as a switch, and optionally as a wireless access point, I do not understand how anybody from the WAN side can access your LAN regardless of whether you use static IP configurations.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/how-to-set-up-an-internal-network-in-one-room-of-a-building.1051618/
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Hi, to achieve wifi connectivity you would need some sort of ADSL wireless modem/router, since you have dial-up. What is your type, or router type?

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A:Networking from building to building

good work (so far).

recommend you use a LAPTOP to verify the remote connectivity.

First, config the laptop so as to connect to your secondary router (ie: wireless router next to an exterior wall).
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Code:
dsl.modem==primary.router(lan)----cat5---(lan)secondary.router)
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Walk inside and try to get connected again.





They want wireless in the house. Also since it is a different building , but has the same phone number would it be possible to have two seperate dsl modems?Click to expand...

nope.

To get WiFi within the house you need another device (an Access Point or a router that supports BRIDGE mode)... like this

Code:

dsl.modem==primary.router ---cat5---secondary.router - - - wifi 2 house--Access.Point - - wifi within the building
Use [a] above to segregate the A/P too
 

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A:Problems connecting to my apartment building's wireless network...

Originally Posted by DaNNo71886


Let me just begin by saying that I am rather 'computer illeriterate,' but with a little guidance, I usually do fairly well...

Here's the story:

I have been living in an aparment building in Philadelphia for the past year. Over that time, I have connected my HP Pavilion desktop to the building's wireless network via a Linksys Dual-Ban Wireless-N USB Network Adapter. It has worked well, and I have had relatively few complaints (other than the fact that the network is a bit slow).

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Thanks in advance!



What encryption protocol does the building use? Do you have a homegroup, or workgroup setup? what different between the built-in and the Linksys?

Ken

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A:help! wirelss network problem - no connectivity

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A:Building my first pc

I would just like to say that going one piece at a time is a very bad idea. Anyone who has built multiple PC's would say the same. If one part is bad, you may not know until it is too late to return it and you could be out a couple hundred dollars, or euros, or pounds... but that aside, you will want to have everything at once because you will need to be able to test all the parts at one time, as long as you buy the CPU, RAM, motherboard, and power supply together (and possibly a video card), you will be able to test those important parts. It is things like the case and other peripherals such as hard drives and optical drives that could be bough separately as long as you can test them or they have a good warranty.
 

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A:Need help with building a new pc

well firstly a 1tb hard drive will cost you over $100 at the moment, due to the flooding in Thailand.

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A:Building a PC

Take a look at the combo offers at www.tigerdirect.com, www.newegg.com, www.zipzoomfly.com, www.directron.com, www.outpost.com, and others.
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A:Building an NAS

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A:Building a pc - NEED HELP

If you don't need a case quite that big, I can't recommend the HAF912 enough....plus it's cheaper.

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A:Building a PC

Thank you... another useful file for the technician's library.
 

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A:building a pc

jeffstang said:

this is my first build so any input is appreciated:
mother board: intel d915pbll socket 775
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ram: pc2-4200 ddr2 533mhz
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not sure on a graphics or sound card yet, this board seems to have good sound capibilities alreadyClick to expand...

Just make sure that you throw that stock heatsink/fan from Intel as far away as you can throw it! It is useless cooling the cpu. I have the same CPU. It's in my sig. Also when you do get a decent heatsink/fan make sure you use Artic Silver 5. Google it to find instructions on application. Other than that "Build On" and have fun.
 

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A:Need help building a PC

It will include all the cables you will need. I would say get at least a 500 W PSU..Antec is a very good brand.

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A:Building a new PC

It looks like everything is great. You didn't include your HD choice. The only thing I would check on is the compatibility of your SLI video card with your motherboard. I don't know much about SLI but after reading the Nvidia website it looks like you might not be able to use the SLI features with out a mother board that supports it. Again I want you to know that I don't know much about SLI but this is what I have read. Do some more research and let us know!!! Good luck.
 

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A:Help building a CPU

I'd recommend you read a little bit around these forums. Theres lots of discussions on the best of this and that for what prices.

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A:Building a new PC

Im not to sure abou all of your q's but what i do know according to your specifications, is that at 15,000 RPM , that is a hot hard drive. Im not too sure how well that does with heat, i just reccommedn you leaving good spaces inbetween the HD to give it a good cool.

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Why do u want such fast HD? Gaming?

I didnt know they made 160gb raptors, i tought they only went up to 74gb.
AND 15000 hds exhist? wow. what is the average seek time?

What I know is that Raptors get pretty hot at 10K RPM. So leave good gaps to give it a good cool. Try to organizeyour cables the best possible way. Maybe hide them on the back hatch holding your MOBO. Thats what i did.

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But the lower clock speeds of c2D MEANS ;LESS HEAT ALSO.

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A:Building a PC

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you dont need a sound card or
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First question: Is this going to be standard size ATX or micro-ATX? What size is the case? Micro will not fit in a standard case and vice-versa.
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A:PC building

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A:Building a Pc Need Help

Dont Worry About the Monitor or the case (Feel Free to post them if you want ) i`ll sort that stuff out

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A:Building Help

The 2.8 Pent P4 478 socket is a good processor, probably has dual threading technology, but it has been discontinued and you have to find a compatable motherboard with the features you want to be able to use.

There aren't that many still left available with hi line features. Depending on what you want it to do, you may have to search far and wide.

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A:Building help, please.

You can connect the optical drives to either ide channel. DVD burners often like to be the master device on the channel so I would connect the burner as master on ide1 or 2 and connect the cd drive as the slave device.

As to the fan connector, I am not familiar with that ps, however I believe it just for monitoring speed and it should not matter which fan header you use. I would just use aux1.
 

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A:building a pc (14 yrs old)

he could, i know a guy who just turned 15 yesterday, he knows more than I do about computers and I can build a computer. (i am 18)

If they are a computer boff and enjoy messing around with computers and stuff then yes but I wouldn't advise it...I would say no.. thats my opinion
 

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Thankx
 

A:Building a PC

Processors Supported Intel Celeron up to 2.80GHz
Intel Pentium 4 up to 3.40GHz

Cut and paste from spec sheet.

Depending on how many drives, etc. you are going to attach, you'd base the power supply requirements from that. I wouldn't get anything less than 350 myself, and probably more.
 

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Opinions?

#2 Any suggestions as towards video cards, sound cards, ect. any opinions would be nice. I do have a GeForce FX 5200 128MB PCI card in this pc and am considering just using it in the new pc.

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A:Building my first PC

Opinions?Click to expand...

Don't buy this board.
Here's a few reasons why.
The chipset they use on this board is 3rd on a list of 3 chipset makers.
The first being Nvidia then VIA then SiS, others may say VIA is first but that
doesn't matter because SiS will always be 3rd.

Hers a review of the board (not very flattering).
Motherboard Review

If your looking for a budget board ASROCK is a good maker of budget boards.
They are somehow linked to ASUS boards.
Here's a good price on one from newegg.com
The board is $5 more but shipping is $10 less.
ASROCK board
 

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A:building a new pc

Sounds like a great system to me. Under $1,000 is attainable, just take a look:

P4=$200
M/B=$100
CASE=$50
CDRW=$75
RAM=$75
HARDDRIVE=$100 (80gig)
GRAPHICS=$100 (GeforceMX)
FLOPPY=$20
Keyboard=$20
Mouse=$20

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Thank you.

Motherboard
ASUS "A7V880" VIA KT880 Chipset Motherboard

Processor
AMD Athlon XP 2700+, 333MHz FSB, 256K Cache

Memory
Apacer 184 Pin 512MB DDR PC-2700

Video Card
Chaintech XGI VOLARI V3 Video Card, 128MB DDR, TV-Out+DVI, 8X AGP Model "SLV3-128"

Hard Drive
Maxtor 40GB 7200RPM IDE Hard Drive, Model 6E040L0

CD/DVD Burners
BenQ 16x DVD-/+RW Drive with Software, 2.4X Dual Layer Black Model DW1620
Samsung Black 52X32X52X16 DVD/CD-RW Combo Drive, Model TS-H492A/WBGH

Case
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A:Building a PC

Go Intel, e.g. i5-2500K. Only hardcore AMD fanboys will buy the FX-8120.

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GeForce 5200 128MB

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A:Need Help with Building PC

try one ram stick at a time.
 

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A:Really need some help building my first pc

First you can start by listing the exact parts you have with the Exact Manufacturer, Model number and revision if any, including the Case you have.
 

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A:building a pc

i am building the pc for mostly gaming. Americas Army, Age of Empires...... it is my time building a pc but i am on a tight budget. so far i have looked at

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A:Building a PC

build a sweet system for around $1000, give or take depending how sweet you wanted it
 

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I'm building my first pc, primarily for gaming, which is also being done on a budget <500.
I've put together a few items after alot of web surfing and am wondering if they're compatible together. Not to mention how they would handle TitanQuest. Any useful comments or suggestions would be appreciated.

939Dual-SATA2 66.99
AMD Athlon 64 3000+ Venice 2000MHz 76.00
Radeon 9250 256MB 54.99
Update Kingston 1GB 240-Pin DDR2 83.99
Western Digital Caviar SE WD800JD 80GB 42.99
LITE-ON Black ATAPI/E-IDE DVD-ROM 17.99
XION XION II XON-103 Black SECC Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case 450W 64.99 - 15 rebate

407.94 - 15 rebate

I'm able to get Windows and a monitor from a friend, is there anything i'm overlooking?
 

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A:Building it!

Your existing RAM will work in that board.
No you can't mix the 2 ram types.
 

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