Need Win Vista Hardware advice...?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Hardware' started by oc9ine, Jul 6, 2007.

  1. oc9ine

    oc9ine Guest

    Hi,

    I am student and I want to buy a future proof computer system to upgrade to
    Windows vista premium.

    I want advice in following devices :

    1. I want to buy an Intel lga775 socket motherboard which supports Pentium 4
    as well as Core 2 Duo processors. Plz advice me in cost effective terms as I
    am a self earning student.

    2. I want to buy a DirectX 10 compatible PCI Express graphics card with min
    256 mb of video ram.Plz advice me in cost effective terms as I am a self
    earning student.

    Plz help me.

    Thanking you in advance 4 ur help and support.


    Oc9ine.
     
    oc9ine, Jul 6, 2007
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    freddy Guest

    oc9ine,

    That's a tall order. This involves so many variables, including personal
    preferences, that I'm reluctant to get involved. I'll just say that, among
    the numerous motherboard vendors, Asus is one, but just one, of the top
    manufacturers. I recommend that you look at their products at
    www.usa.asus.com and focus on their P5B series (about 7) motherboards.

    These boards are socket LGA 775, have the Intel P965/ICH8R chipset, and
    support the Intel Core 2 series of processors. As for price, check the
    Internet for cost and availability, after you decide on the board. I like
    shopping at www.newegg.com.

    When it comes to video cards, do a search at www.newegg.com on what you
    want. That site has as good choices and competitive prices as you can find.
     
    freddy, Jul 6, 2007
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    ETruss Guest

    Nvidia just annouced a line of low-cost DirectX 10 compatible PCI-E video
    cards. Try checking their web site for news. I don't know if they will be
    available soon but I think that would be your best bet.
     
    ETruss, Jul 6, 2007
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