Well since i decided to get out of the good ole' socket 939 stage and go into the up and coming AM2 deal i have decided to let you guys see what i have chosen for my next build. I plan on getting a watercooling system as well when i buy the new parts.
Heres a list of the parts i will be getting:
- AMD X2 3600+ Socket AM2 Brisbane Core
-EVGA 122-M2-NF59-TR Socket AM2 nForce 590 SLi
-A-DATA ADQVE1A16K 240-Pin DDR2 800 (PC2 6400) 2gb Kit (1gb x2)
-Total w/ shipping - 305.59
Now These are the watercooling parts i will be getting:
-Swiftech APOGEE GT CPU Waterblock
-Swiftech MCW60-R GPU Waterblock
-Swiftech MCR320-QP 120.3 Radiator
-Swiftech MCP655 Variable Pump
-8ft of Masterkleer general purpose 7/16" ID, 5/8" OD PVC tubing
-Swiftech MCRES-MICRO Reservoir
-3x Yate Loon D12SM-12 120mmx25mm Fans
-Sunbeam Rheobus Fan Controller (Black)
-Total w/ shipping - 312.58
Let me know what you guys think
NOTE= This setup will be going into a Thermaltake Armor Full Tower case.
That A-DATA memory seems like a good buy for the money, but maybe you should think about dropping a few more bucks and getting some more overclockable RAM?
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well the reason i pickd the adata is because it go the best reviews for the money. i read some of the reviews and it said it can go over 1000mhz. thats more than enough for what i want. plus rebates take too long :P
how you guys like the other parts?
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