Hey I have had some spare bits at home, so put together a computer
I have for sale a Computer
Brand new just installed Amd Athlon 63 3500+ Socket 939(will come with box)
Brand new just installed Gigabyte GA-K8NXP-SLI AMD Socket 939 Processor Motherboard, (will come with box and lots of other gubbins, leads etc)
XFX 8600 gts 256mb ddr3 dual dvi tv pci-e xt Graphics card
Samsung 512mb PC-3200 DDR-400 RAM( i have another 768mb in a 512mb and 256mb, but needs to be dual channel)
Philips Multiread CD-RW Drive
20GB IDE Hard Disk Drive
Brand new Black and Silver Case, looks lovely
ebuyer 300ATX power supply(have a 400w, and a brand new 550w that could be put in for extra).
With some more ram a bigger hard disk this computer would be a high spec. The motherboard comes complete with its own wireless(as shown in picture).
The motherboard is of very high specification, it has the:
and gc-wpkg built into it.
I would prefer to sell this computer without the hard disk drive, basically you whack your own hard disk in upgrade the ram, and this pc would still be very fast.
Any Questions please ask.
I would prefer collection from birmingham, close to m42 and m6/m69 but postage can be arranged at the buyers expense.
Price is £150.
Included in the price is:
the computer base unit
microsoft multimedia keyboard + mouse
Edifier 2.1 Black Speakers with subwoofer.
So all you need is a monitor and away you go.
However, the biggest attraction for Gigabyte's solution has got to be their DPS (Dual Power System) and Firewire 800 features. Unique only to Gigabyte boards, the DPS feature allows one to add another three phases to the PWM power circuit, bringing the total phases to six. This does not only boost the current rating of the board, but also ensuring that enough power is supplied to the CPU while working the MOSFETs and capacitors less. As a result, Gigabyte promises better compatibility with future Athlon 64 processors, on top of a cleaner, more stable and more overclockable motherboard.
The K8DPS module houses the extra power circuits that can act either as a backup for the motherboard or work in tandem to provide additional power.
Link here http://www.hardwarezone.com.sg/articles/view.php?cid=6&id=921&pg=28