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  1. Well I have downloaded the trial XP 64 so once I have the machine running I'll give it a go. Thanks for all your advice guys. I knew it'd be helpful and it was
  2. Thanks for all the advice and good wishes I'll probably be back on here for advice when I the whole thing up
  3. I'm thinking I might go for the DFI LANPARTY nF4 SLI-DR SKT939 motherboard instead as I've read that it's very stable and has some powerful BIOS overclocking features Also, what is Windows XP x64 like, I understand there are some compatability issues but are they major enough for me to just stick to the 32 bit version
  4. I only intend to o/c the chip by about 200mhz but I understand these chips run fairly cool anyway. Do you think the original heatsink/fan will cope with that ok?
  5. I do video editing in my job and I am almost constantly burning disks. Having to wait for one to finish before I can access another is frustrating to say the least. This is partly why I want a dual core processor
  6. I actually hadn't given that much thought cos I have lots or RAM lying around. It seems the Abit mobo doesn't like ECC so, as per crucial's suggestion, I'll go for this: 2Gb Kit (2x1Gb) DDR PC3200 CL=3 UNBUFFERED NON-ECC DDR400 2.6V 128Meg x 64 Also, what do you guys think about cooling? Should I get a better CPU cooler than the standard one and is water cooling worth the money?
  7. I have been looking around and planning for months and finally settled on a system which compromises power and price just right for me. It's the first major gaming rig I've built so I'd love to hear what you think. Will these components work well together and do I need to worry about heat (more than this system will cope with already)? 4 x Western Digital WD2500KS Caviar SE 250GB 7200RPM SATA2/300 16MB Cache IN RAID 0+1 Thermaltake VA3000SWA Tsunami Silver Aluminium Mid-Tower Case With Side Window - No PSU Abit Fatal1ty AN8 SLi SKT939 NF4 AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400+ socket 939 Dual Core 2.2Ghz 1Mb and 1Mb Cache Hiper 580W Type-R Modular PSU - Blue Gigabyte Geforce 7900GTX 512MB DDR3 Dual DVI ROHS Ready 2 x Sony DWG-120ASV 16x16x8x DVDRW/RAM Silver Infineon 1024MB DDR 266 PC2100 CL2 64x4 ECC RAM Any suggestions, criticisms or recommendations gratefully received
  8. Looks like they made the 'baloney list', along with several others http://www.spywarewarrior.com/rogue_anti-spyware.htm
  9. Eerie similarities http://www.technewsworld.com/story/34122.html
  10. Not many people will voluntarily give up a $3.6 million a year job for the chance to earn $1055 a month as an Army Ranger, but true heroes that believe in what this country is trying to accomplish will do that. That doesn't lessen the sacrifices of others, but does kind of make Mr. Tillman's loss a little unique.
  11. The attack on the Cole was on October 12, 2000. Bill Clinton was in office.
  12. There's something about that statement that just doesn't feel right to me...
  13. There's a six-page thread about being a little more considerate of others when posting...perhaps you missed it? From their website...looks a little intrusive to me SpeedBit may gather information, usage pattern, and registration parameters provided by you, the Product, and/or through the Service and system configuration, your IP address and other network information. SpeedBit its partners, affiliates or other third parties may use this information provided by you and/or the Product and/or through the Service, or information related to, for the purpose of providing the Services, providing targeted advertising, offerings, marketing, co-registration to other services by SpeedBit or other parties and for the development and improvement of the products and services, provided that if published, it will be done only in aggregated form which is not personally identifiable. SpeedBit may share this information with its business partners. Please note that, in some cases, if you decide not to provide certain information or delete certain automatically filled-in information from certain Speedbit forms, you may not be able to complete the applicable process, e.g., registering for a service or installing a product.
  14. You're kidding right? How is his life ruined? No one will remember him in a week or two, considering the average memory retention of people these days...
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