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Ok, tear it up...!

Question asked by Larry Kutcher on Jan 10, 2008
Latest reply on Jan 15, 2008 by Larry Kutcher
- Assembled and tested
- 3 year Warranty on all items, unless otherwise noted.
- Ships 2-3 weeks from date of order


Case, Coolermaster Centurion 5 with blue trim,
ps-se-s12-550 Power Supply, Seasonic S12 550W

mb-as-p5k-ws Motherboard, Asus, P5K WS

pr-in-c2-e8400 CPU, Intel Core 2 Duo (Penryn) 45nm CPU, 3.0Ghz, 6mb Cache 1

fa-c2-quiet Quiet Fan Package for 775-based systems. Includes ultra-quiet heatsink fan, full replacement of standard case fans and noise optimization

me-cr-d2-800-4-1024 Memory, DDR2-800, 1024mb, CL4, Crucial Ballistix with heat spreader 4

hd-wd-sa-10-150 Western Digital Hard Drive, Model 1500ADFD, 150gb, Raptor 10k rpm, SATA

tech-note Install OS on Raptor Drive

hd-st-s2-500-16 Seagate Hard Drive, 500gb, SATA-2, 16mb Cache, 7200rpm, 3.5in

HD-RAID-1 TECH NOTE : Setup RAID 1 (mirrored) 1 0.00T

va-pn-fx1700 PNY Quadro FX1700 512MB PCI-Express Video Card

rm-lo-dvdrw-black LiteOn DVD Dual Layer DVD/CD Writer Drive, Black, 2MB cache, DVD+-R 16x, DVD-DL 4x,
DVD+RW 8x, DVD-RW 6x, CDR 48x, CDRW 24x, CD 48x

fd-ge-black Floppy Drive, Black, OEM

sw-ms-xppro Software, Microsoft Windows XP Professional OEM.

I think the idea of going with the DDR3 memory might be a good thing?

What say the masses?