Building new computer-Need Help

By Spleenharvester
Oct 8, 2007
  1. Hi,
    This my first post here. I have known this forum for 1 day, and already learnt lots! But anyway...
    I am building a new computer, and I think these are compatible, but they may not be. I have been trying to find a cheaper PSU, but did not have much luck.not much luck. So, here it is:

    Celeron D 341 (may upgrade to E2180 at some point):
    -FSB 533
    -256kb L2 Cache
    -Socket LGA775
    -64 bit

    MSI P4m900m2-l:
    It won't let me put the link, so google "P4m900m2-l" and it will be in the first two results.

    Kingston memory:
    -DDR2, 240pin

    -Jeantech JN131
    -Micro ATX

    Hard Disk-Refurbished (white label), Ebay
    -Sata 150

    -3x Molex 4 pin connector
    -2x Sata
    -24 pin Connector
    -1x 4 pin PSU connector
    -1x Floppy Connector

    Heatsink and fan:
    -Socket LGA775
    -Akasa AK-956SF

    DVD Drive:
    -LiteOn DH-16D2P

    Has anyone got any tips or anything I have missed?
    Also, is a PSU with dual 12v connectors compatible with a motherboard with a single connector slot?
  2. boykov

    boykov TS Enthusiast Posts: 73

    all the parts are compatible, but if you were to post the amount you are willing to spend, there might be other suggestions about parts...
    also "Celeron D 341", if it is the BOX version, should be with Heatsink and Fan alredy in the package...

  3. Spleenharvester

    Spleenharvester TS Enthusiast Topic Starter Posts: 47

    It is unboxed, as I bought it off ebay. I am willing to spend up to £300. Also, do DVD Drives come with cables etc? Thanks
  4. boykov

    boykov TS Enthusiast Posts: 73

    have you already purchased the parts? if you have, suggestions won't be much help :)
  5. Spleenharvester

    Spleenharvester TS Enthusiast Topic Starter Posts: 47

    I have bought some of the parts, but not all of them. I am planning to get more tonight- The case, and possibly the PSU.
  6. boykov

    boykov TS Enthusiast Posts: 73

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