In here you will see how the Red Eye skins can change the appearance of your computer!
Published on September 18, 2007 By TYCUS In Personal Computing

after all, i finaly make the move, noew that i try windows vista home premium i just needed to move on into a new system.., right now i'm selling my PC, my first pc that i build by my self., with this old friend i creat some great skins and enjoy some good games., but well, i just needed a big change. The old computer had this:

CPU case has 5 fans: 2 on the front, 2 on the back and 1 in a side

the motherboard is an intel d845perl(this might be the oldest part of my pc)

it is a pentium 4 ht 2.8ghz

2Gb of ram ddr 400

2 sata HD: 160 & 200 Gb

a 7.1 sound card

an Ati Sapphire x1650pro (agp) 512Mb

10/100 lan & fax/modem

a dvd-rw

6 usb 2.0

and many other goods.

 

i know, this pc might be good, but back in 2005 it was the top between the non-comertial pc's (i guess).

but to make a big jump i needed to creat a new pc with the best of the best and this what i'm building now:

CPU case: http://www.specialtech.co.uk/images/nzxt_lexa.jpg

motherboard: http://www.intel.com/products/motherboard/DP35DP/index.htm

Intel processor: http://www.intel.com/products/processor/core2quad/index.htm

video card: GeForce 8800 (what? look for it!)

dvd-rw + dvd-r

19" widescreen (samsung) lcd monitor

logitech mx 5000 laser keyboard and mouse

2 gb ram ddr2 800(to begin)

the same speakers: logitech x-530

...did i miss something?

now what i need is a good guide to follow on the instalation, couse this will be the first time i start from zero     

 

when i complete the setup and try all its power i will be ready to return as a skinner   


Comments (Page 1)
on Sep 18, 2007
you put it together yet?
on Sep 18, 2007
Sure u don't need more fans?   
on Sep 18, 2007
maybe liquid nitrogen cooling
on Sep 18, 2007
so you mean it will over heat?
on Sep 18, 2007
LOL....no I think they were making a joke (seems like you definitely have enough fans in there).

Why not go for a bigger monitor though? What good is all that powerful stuff with a small monitor to play with it all.
on Sep 18, 2007
oh well., i was planning to buy this cooler:

on Sep 18, 2007
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on Sep 18, 2007
The fan in my PC broke 3 years ago. Fans are overrated.
on Sep 18, 2007
eh, just make a server rack out of a fridge (rack mods anyone?)...that'll keep ya cool!
on Sep 18, 2007
Power supply?
on Sep 18, 2007
Power supply?


on Sep 18, 2007
just get a nice thermalright ultra 120 and a 120mm fan instead of that liquid cooler you're looking at. i agree with bebi concerning the monitor. a 19 in screen is small  these days. get at least a 22 incher.....a 24 incher if you can afford it (LG 246wp). also, be sure to get a good power supply like the PC Power & Cooling Silencer 750 series. Do NOT skimp on the power supply! It seems a lot of people skimp on the PSU and end up paying for it sooner or later. also, i think that mobo leaves little room for expansion. take a look at the gigabyte, asus, and abit models that use the P35 chipset. the intel board is a good board, i'm sure, but it lacks in the expansion department. al this depends on your budget, of course.
on Sep 18, 2007
Fans are overrated.


Try 3dsMax a time or two with a several hour render and see if you feel the same   
on Sep 18, 2007
It doubles as a space heater this way.   
on Sep 18, 2007
Want something to keep your innards cool??? Check out this cool case


WOW! That's some case.
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