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    as the topic im gonna buy a mobo,cpu,vga,monitor,RAM

    So please tell me is this parts are better or bad ...is it good or bad any

    any comments guyz ?

    CPU - Intel Core 2 Duo E7200
    Mobo - foxconn MARS
    Monitor - Samsung 21" LCD Monitor
    RAM - 2GB (1Gbx2) Patriot 800 mhz
    VGA - Foxconn 9600 GT

    and BTW whts are the good brands of a DVD WRiter ?
     
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    Liteon, I've owned a couple and all are very reliable.
    I believe Sony makes good ones too.
     
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    I have a Sony DRU 170c :D
     
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    and it doesnt read some of my DVDs which are damaged a bit :S
     
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    I've had my Dell for nearly 5 years and it still has it's original Samsung drives(DVD-ROM and CD/DVD burner). I've never had a single problem with either of them.
     
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    ok tnx guyz and wht abt the other parts
     
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    What are you going to use your computer for?
    Gaming, Movies, Web Browsing, etc..
    And we can take it from there =]
     
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    I use it for all of the works Gaming,Web,
    And I need a stable one ...not only for games
     
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    EDIT _ and im willing to OC it
     
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    There is an edit button for your posts :p
    And idk what your budget is, but I would recommend a little more power on the VGA end.
    If your an Nvidian then 9800, or an ATier with the 4850.
    Other than that you should be alright. What is the timings on your RAM though?
    The P35 chipset is friendly with OC'ing so no problems there.
    Also make sure you have a good power supply
    ~Evangeline
     
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    @serende
    it will cost a lot
    and if u give me money i can :p
     
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    Well imo you're good to go. That system should play anything you throw at it on max settings at a decent resolution. Don't know about that game in your avatar though...:roll:
     

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