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Build a Quad-Core System for under $350

neweggzipzoomflycombo Build a Quad Core System for under $350 Name: Build a Quad-Core System w/ HDMI, 4GB Ram, 640gb WD BLACK Hard Drive
Price: $348.41*
Store: Newegg / ZipZoomFly
Rebates:

pdf Build a Quad Core System for under $350  $10 GIGABYTE GA-MA78GM-US2H Rebate (133.4 KiB, 172 hits)
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pdf Build a Quad Core System for under $350  $20 CORSAIR CMPSU-400CX Rebate (93.9 KiB, 153 hits)
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pdf Build a Quad Core System for under $350  $25 CORSAIR 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 800 (PC2 6400) Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory - Retail Rebate (94.2 KiB, 154 hits)
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Note: Final Price After Rebates
clickhere Build a Quad Core System for under $350
  1. AMD Phenom 9600 Agena Quad-Core 2.3GHz CPU (Fan/Heatsink INCLUDED)+ Gigabyte GA-MA78GM-US2H AM2+ w/HDMI = $142.56 SHIPPED after $10 rebate.
  2. Samsung Black 22x DVD+-RW w/Lightscribe = $25.99.
  3. Rosewill R5605-BK Mid Tower w/ two 120mm fans = $49.99 after Free Shipping code “CASE42FS“.
  4. Corsair 400w 80+ ATX PSU = $29.99 after $20 rebate.
  5. Western Digital BLACK 640gb 32mb Cache SATAII HDD = $69.89.
  6. Corsair 4gb (2x2gb) DDR2-800 PC6400 = $19.99 after $25 rebate.
  7. Ubuntu 8.10 64-Bit Linux Operating System = FREE.


All of these are from Newegg except the HDD (zipzoomfly), so you can expect normal Newegg service and quick shipping for everything but the HDD!. Everything is free shipping except the Motherboard.

Right now the 640gb WD drive is $5 more at Newegg if you want to order everything in one tidy order and would rather not wait on slow ZZF shipping.

This doesn’t include an OS. I recommend Ubuntu (Its Free)

TOTAL BEFORE REBATE = $403.41
TOTAL AFTER REBATE = $348.41

Comments


jlg71680

have a very similar setup…plays HD video files over HDMI out to TV no problem using a dual screen while I can still use the computer. My LCD monitor didn’t have HDCP, so I couldn’t run two digital sources at the same time, so I “upgraded” to a 4350HD with HDMI out and I can use the old LCD and the HDMI out.


leprechanmonkie

not bad

+1 for corsair psu, smart choice.

I would prefer this cpu for myself
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819105212
with a 780 g board, but i don’t know what the best current config on Newegg is.

+1 for ubuntu and linux in gereral, but for a more “robust” OS which will still run extremely well, and free, i would put opensuse 11.1 on it. Not a huge difference, i guess Ubuntu might seem easier for windows users, but it truly doesnt come with much


Tchaikovsky

It doesn’t need to come with much… everything is freely available through Synaptic, or YaST in SuSE, so you can just grab the things you need if you need ‘em. Most power users will uninstall most of the preinstalled software anyway!


Nally

The more computers I work on, the more I’ve come to appreciate a good quality case. The difference between a good case and a bad case can make so much difference — easier assembly, better ventilation and cooling, more expandability, quieter operation, nicer appearance..

Skimp on the case if you prefer, but for me it’s one of the most important choices when building a machine.`


updownstock

Looks this system needs Keyboard and Mouse.