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PostPosted: Sun Nov 17, 2002 5:02 pm 
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Going to build a computer and it would be great to get some advice...
Am I doing any better here than MSI KT333 Ultra2?
Am I doing any better here than AGP 4x???

old box witk 300w fan
Asus A7N8X Deluxe/GD
Crucial PC2700 DDR-DIMM 256MB CL2.5 6ns.
Glacialtech pro fan
AMD Athlon XP2100+ 1.733 GHz 266 MHz bus
Abit Siluro Geforce4 Ti4200-8X 128MB
Asus CDrw IDE 40x/12x/48x


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 17, 2002 5:09 pm 
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looks pretty good, though I believe the ti4200 doesn't get any performance increase out of 8x AGP--8x agp is a gimmick like Parallel ATA-133 as of now. if you feel that computer is fast enough then go on ahead, but might i recommend CL2.0 ram and a different CD-RW, like LiteOn or Plextor persay. are you going to get Serial ATA or Parallel ATA drives


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 17, 2002 8:11 pm 
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Check for a CDR/RW with Mt Rainer support - next version of windows will support this, it will allow direct writing to the drive without a third party software packet writing


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