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#1 sahq2

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Posted 22 January 2009 - 02:40 AM

Hi',
I am an Architect from India. I want to build a PC with the following configuration. Pl give any suggestions or changes which I can make. I already have a 17" TFT. This will cost me around 2K in India. I need it for drawing works and some gaming.
Mother Board -Intel DG31 PR
Processor- E 8400
Ram -Kingston 2 Gb 800MHZ
HDD - 500 GB SATA
DVD Drive - samsung/LG
SMP = 300-400w
Thanks.
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Posted 22 January 2009 - 05:31 AM

That motherboard has onboard graphics, if you wish to play some of the currently popular games you will need a good graphics card. Some of the graphics cards used today require a powerful PSU, when you decide on the graphics card that you want look up the power requirements for it, this will give you an idea of what you will need.

What operating system are you planning to use? If you are going to be using Vista I would suggest that you max out the RAM if you are using a 32-bit version, a 32-bit operating system will only recognize between 3GB and 3.5GB. If you go with a 64-bit version you can max out what the motherboard will support.

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