Question by arceusmen: how long will this computer setup last?
an amd opteron 12 or 8 core with like about 16gb ram. how long will this last?

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Answer by Retro Fan
Probably for the next 8 years. That is a MONSTER.

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Question by Just Call Me David: How much is this computer setup worth…?
Built a computer around December, and I now realize that I really need a laptop. I had built it for gamin/video editing, but I will find a laptop that can do that. Computer works superb, here is a list of the specs.

-MSI Motherboard – 870A-G54
-Baracuda 500GB Hard Drive
-CoolMax 600W Fan
-AMD Athlon II Multi-Core processor
-NVIDIA GeForce GT430 1024MB Graphics card
-patriot Memory DDR3 2x2GB 1600MHz ( Motherboard has room for 2 more slots )
-Comes with a Wireless N150 Desktop PCI Adapter
-18″ Dell Monitor 1280×1024
-Cool Master 430 Black Elite Case with blue LED

This setup has done a lot for me, allowed me to play starcraft 2 on high settings easily, works with programs like sony vegas 10, after effects and many others easily. Also, it has a version of Windows 7 ultimate on it, the only thing is you can’t update it. The keyboard and mouse are not for sell. Have all the boxes for everything I mentioned except for the monitor.

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Answer by Vincent M
Total new price is: €460 / $ 626
So second hand maybe about €300 or $ 400

-MSI Motherboard – 870A-G54 = €75
-Baracuda 500GB Hard Drive = €33
-CoolMax 600W Fan = €40
-AMD Athlon II Multi-Core processor = X2 €45, X3 €60, X4 €85
-NVIDIA GeForce GT430 1024MB Graphics card = €62
-patriot Memory DDR3 2x2GB 1600MHz ( Motherboard has room for 2 more slots ) = €30
-Comes with a Wireless N150 Desktop PCI Adapter = €15
-18″ Dell Monitor 1280×1024 = €80
-Cool Master 430 Black Elite Case with blue LED = €40

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Question by SynisterSilence: Would this computer setup be good for gaming?
Here’s the specs:

Processor Brand – AMD
Processor – AMD Phenom™ II
Processor Speed – 2.6GHz
System Bus – 4000MHz
Cache Memory – 6MB
System Memory (RAM) – 8GB
Type of Memory (RAM) – DDR2
Hard Drive Type – SATA
Hard Drive Size – 1TB
Graphics – ATI Radeon HD 3200
Video Memory – 512MB
Audio – High-definition support with 7.1-channel surround sound capability
Network Card – Built-in 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN (RJ-45 connector)
Wireless Networking – Built-in wireless LAN (802.11b/g/n)
Digital Media Reader or Slots – Yes, digital media card reader
Available Expansion Bays – 3 (3.5″), 1 (5.25″)
Available Expansion Slots – 1 PCI, 1 PCI Express x16
USB 2.0 Ports – 8 (4 front, 4 rear)
IEEE 1394 Ports – 1
S-Video Outputs – 1
Operating System – Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
HDMI Output – Yes
Blu-ray Player – No
Graphics Chip – ATI

with this graphics card

Video Memory – 1GB
Interface Slot Type – PCI Express
Type of Processor – ATI Radeon HD 5450
Number of Processors – 1
Maximum 3D Resolution (at 32-bit color) – Up to 2560 x 1600
Supports MPEG-1, 2 – MPEG-2 only
TV-Out – No
Stereo Sound – No
S-Video Output – No
Video Format – MPEG-2, MPEG-4, DivX, WMV9, VC-1, H.264

Would that be good? I’m also looking for a video running a game with a similar setup if anyone could find that. Also feel free to give suggestions on an alternate Video Graphics card at a decent price. Also, this computer is only $ 600, is it atleast good for that price?

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Answer by David
The easiest way to tell (this is also a timesaver) is to check the system requirements of a particular game. All games vary.

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Question by : Will this computer setup handle World of Warcraft on Ultra Settings?
Wondering if this Computer Setup can handle WoW on Ultra Settings with a decent fps hoping for around 30fps in DAL and in Raids!

Motherboard – ASUS M4A87TD EVO AM3 AMD 870 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX AMD
PSU – Rosewill Stallion Series RD500-2DB 500W ATX12V
CPU – AMD Phenom II X4 965 Black Edition Deneb 3.4GHz Socket AM3 125W Quad-Core
GPU – SAPPHIRE 100293L Radeon HD 5570 1GB 128-bit DDR3 PCI Express 2.1 x16 HDCP
RAM – G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800)
HD – Western Digital Caviar Green WD7500AARX 750GB IntelliPower SATA 6.0Gb/s Cache: 64MB

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Answer by George S
WoW recommended system requirements..

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Question by gtrmn2006: Is this Computer setup Compatible?
This is the first time I am going to attempt to put together my own computer, and I just wanted to know if anyone would happen to know if this setup will work correctly or not. Thank you very much!!!

- XION Solaris XON-403 Black with Green LED Light Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case

- ASUS M3N72-D AM2+/AM2 NVIDIA nForce 750a SLI ATX AMD Motherboard

- EVGA 512-P3-N871-AR GeForce 9800 GTX(G92) 512MB 256-bit GDDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Supported Video Card

- APEVIA ATX-CW500WP4 500W ATX Power Supply

- AMD Phenom 9750 2.4GHz Socket AM2+ 125W Quad-Core Processor Model HD9750XAGHBOX

- mushkin 2GB 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 1066 (PC2 8500) Desktop Memory Model 991599

- Western Digital Caviar SE16 WD7500AAKS 750GB 7200 RPM SATA 3.0Gb/s Hard Drive – OEM

- ASUS 20X DVD±R DVD Burner with LightScribe Black SATA Model DRW-2014L1T

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Answer by Mike
i always like to help people building their own computers. i hope you have success on your first try :)

you need to pick a different power supply. that one only has one pci-e connector and the 9800 needs 2. also i would recommend you choose a 600W power supply as cutting it close on the Wattage needs is not a good idea.

9800 requires a minimum of a 450W psu and the processor requires 125W. that’s a 575W minimum on just those 2 parts the other components use minimal W so 600W should be ok but more can never hurt

a crappy psu can fry all the parts in your computer. i’v heard that story too many times.

if your planning on using only that one 2GB stick for your ram that’s fine. but if your planning on buying 2 of those you can buy dual channel sticks together for cheaper and they are faster because they are dual channel. (note- only 64-bit operating systems can use more then 3.3GB of ram)

the amount of hard drive people think they need is so often incorrect it’s funny. my parents for example think they need a 160GB hard drive when in reality they only are using 10GB.
with that said for my purposes i have a 160GB hard drive for my basic stuff like applications and games. then i have a 250GB hard drive for movies and other stuff. this way in my basic daily use my hard drive isn’t sorting through 100GB of movies to find a word document and the drive will last longer too.
you may want to take that into consideration. but just look at how many GB your using now and how many you think you will need.

besides that you need an operating system and possibly Microsoft Office for word and excel and such.

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Question by : Is this computer setup going to work?
I’m looking at building a new computer at a budget of under $ 1000, I have chosen all the parts and the total cost is $ 862.95. Here is the setup-

CPU – AMD Phenom II X6 Six-Core 1090T Black Edition CPU @ 3.20 GHz w/ Arctic Cooling, Freezer 13 ltd Ed
Motherboard – ASRock 880GMH-LE/USB3 AM3 M/B – AMD 880G+ SB710 Chip set
RAM – A-RAM 8GB Kit ( 2 x 4GB) DDR3 PC-10600 (1333MHz)
Vid Card – Inno3D GT520 PCI-E 2.0 1GB 64-Bit DDR3, 810MHz / 1333MHz
OS – Windows 7 Home Premium x64 Bit
Case – Gigabyte SUMO Alpha Black Mid Tower Case

I figure this is a good computer for doing what is needed plus still play all my games (Modern Warfare 2, World of Warcraft, Etc.) but I don’t know if it will all work together. Help would be appreciated please before i go out and buy all the bits, thanks guys :D
Oh and also the HDD is a 3.5″ WD Caviar Green 640GB SATA 7200rpm, 16MB Cache, 300MB/s Data Transfer Rate (WD6400AACS) (I already own this thats why I forgot to list it :S)
And also the only reason I’m using AMD is because I’m going budget and can’t afford an i5 or i7 chip (wouldn’t get i3), if I could afford the price I would get one and I would get the 550 Video Card if I could afford it

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Answer by Nesquick Bunny
AMD is a toy. Go with i7 if you want a real PC.

Also, GT520 is an email checking card, I would go with 550 or higher.

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