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RudyR1999
2002-03-29T22:27:49Z
Motherboard - KH7II-Raid
CPU - Pentium 4 2.0Ghz socket 478
Fan&Heatsink - SwitfTech MCX 478
RAM - Samsung Rambus RAM 4x256MB with ECC/ total 1GB
Power - Enermax EG651P-VE FMA/ 650 Watt
Case - Cooler Master ATC 201
Video - PNY Geforce 4 TI 4600
Sound - SB Audigy Platinum
Hard Drives - All Western Digital 7200rpm 2x100,80,40/ total 320GB
DVD - Acer 16x
CDRW - Acer 24x10x40
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_Viper_X_
2002-03-29T22:44:19Z
hi rudy, and welcome to the forum......your rig is cool, but i got two questions, first 650 watt?!?!!? is that a typo or are you just trying to fry all you hardware with too much power....and second what type of p4?
Acid_Burn
2002-03-29T23:36:22Z
Nice system man!

Oh and you can't fry your stuff with a huge power supply. You just have alot of headroom to expand and all fans. lights, drives and stuff.
SurRea1
2002-03-29T23:50:27Z
u meant ur mobo is TH7-II ... because i don't know KH7II
and if ur cpu is Northwood then ur rig is great ... but if it's williamette it's ok ;p
pompoen
2002-03-30T03:39:00Z
i dont know a KH7-II either, and a enermax 651 is 550Watt. I hope its a nortwood P4 and dont see why you have taken ECC ram.


i want some benchies, at least 3DMark
_Viper_X_
2002-03-30T11:24:19Z
550 watt....that is still high as a bizotch, what all would you be running to need this much power?:confused:
RudyR1999
2002-04-02T09:24:49Z
Yes that was a typo it is a Th7II-Raid. The Enermax is a 550 watt powersupply with a peak of 650. The p4 is a northwood. Yes I need all that power. I am having a friend help me build a external server like the Unibrain NAS 480Dm http://www.unibrain.com/home/. 
_Viper_X_
2002-04-02T16:58:35Z
i have a brain inside my skull, and it says SPAM
Prosthetics
2002-04-03T15:42:46Z
too bad its P4...
SurRea1
2002-04-03T15:48:20Z
i dislike this guy already
b0000000000000000000000000000000000000000 get out of the stage
Prosthetics
2002-04-03T15:54:10Z
_Viper_X_
2002-04-03T18:24:49Z
that is true, i just really noticed that, a new GF4 will cost around 400 bucks, and a new processor in the range of 1.2-1.8 ghz can be bought for $100 - $200, and some of those are overclockable to 2.5....you would think the processor would be the most expensis part...but then again if you buy a brand new p4 2.2- 2.4 then you'll spend between $500 and $650.
ronm5390
2002-04-03T18:27:20Z
That's why I am buying AMD. Intel is just waaay too expensive these days. Besides the CPU price, DDR RAM is much cheaper.
Ironborg2
2002-04-03T22:25:47Z
:cool: Not bad dude> I just don't like the rambus!!!
_Viper_X_
2002-04-03T23:24:54Z
Quote:

Originally posted by SurRea1
i dislike this guy already
b0000000000000000000000000000000000000000 get out of the stage




it's get OFF the stage.....:rolleyes: