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Ultimate PC For the case I chose the AOpen HX08 full tower ATX computer case It comes with 7 high expansion slots and 13 drive bays to allow upgrade to your hearts content Its dimensions are 420mm depth x 590mm height x 198mm width Bend in edges ensures safe assembly and installation so you wont get cut It has three 8cm fans and holes poked into the case to ensure cooling I would upgrade the 300-watt power supply that comes with the case to the Enermax EG651P-VE power supply which is 550 watts For the processor I chose the 24 GHz Intel Pentium 4 processor that is also the fastest on the market It has a 400 MHz front side bus with 512kb cache To be able to harvest this processor I would buy the ASUS P4T-E motherboard The motherboard has 5 PCI slots 4 USB ports an ATA 100 controller one 4x AGP pro slot system bus speed up to 400mhz memory capacity of 2GB it uses the Intel 850 chipset and uses PC 800 RDRAM Next up I would buy two single Toshiba 512mb PC 800 RDRAM chips to have a total of 1024MB of ram Toshiba offers a lifetime warranty with these The more RAM that your computer haves the faster it can perform and prevent lockups I would add the Adaptec ASC-29160N Ultra SCSI adapter It is the fastest SCSI adapter on the market With a data transfer rate of 160 MB per second it leaves its competition in the dust It out performs its competition the Ultra ATA 100 by 60 MB per second To take full effect of this adapter I choose 2 Seagate Cheetah 73 ST173404LCV hard drives For a total of 146 gigabytes you will be happy for a long time It has rotation speed of 10000 rotations per minute The highest rotation speed of an ATA hard drive is 7200 rpm It has a
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