Here it is:
Processor: Intel Pentium Dual-Core E5200 (2.5 GHz; 2 MB L2 cache; 800 MHz FSB) - $92
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-EP35-DS3L (Intel P35; Realtek ALC888) - $88
Memory: Hynix 2x1 GB (DDR2-800; CL5) - $24
Graphics card: Sapphire Radeon HD 3850 512 MB GDDR3 (256-bit) - $97
Hard drive: Samsung HD502LJ (500 GB; 16 MB cache) - $68
Optical drive: Samsung SH-S223Q (DVD±RW; 22x; w/ LightScribe) - $27
Chassis w/ int. power supply: Asus TA-891 & FSP 400 W w/ passive PFC (Middle Tower ATX) - $54
Chassis' fans: 2x/ Cooler Master R4-S2B-12AK-GP (2x120 MM rear & front) - $3 + $3
Total price: $456
What's wrong in it? Thanks!
P.S. I think $56 more is worth it, because such computer, I think will handle all games on normal quality for 2 or (for patient user) even 4 years.
P.P.S. Should I change the motherboard from DS3L to DS3, that has 2 more SATAs, Realtek ALC889A, 2 more USBs, 2 more energy blocks (for processor... but the processor "input", no matter it's DS3L or DS3 - still 4 slots) and less "unneeded" ports (like COM and LPT... if I'm right - that's how they're called)? Also - does CAS latencies do matter so much for an Intel processor, that has no "integrated memory controller"?
P.P.P.S. So is the power heading (4 energy blocks and 4-slotted input) enouph for a later upgrade to E8400? DS3 - 6 energy blocks and ONLY 4-slotted input will be enouph?
Edited by rhino1366, 22 January 2009 - 08:45 AM.