Like the title says I am thinking about building a cheap build right now because I got my hands on a free Intel Core Duo E7200 running at 2.53Ghz and then I can also get a 1gb stick of DDR2 667 ram as well :). I will also be using my tower case and dvd drive.\n \nSo since then I will need;\n1. Motherboard\n2. Another gig of ram most likely(I will be running Windows XP Pro. Can XP recognize 4GB of ram?)\n3. Hard drive(All of my hard drives are currently IDE and I am guessing it wouldn't be to smart to use those on a new system even if you can?)\n4. Power Supply (I think I need the hook up for the PCI-Express graphics card)\n5. Graphics card\n6. Misc other things. I don't know if I will need heatsinks and fans to keep cooling down. I really don't know to much about all of that. I assume I will need a nice heatsink because all I am getting is the processor itself and the 1GB of ram.\n \nI did some looking around on newegg and found some parts I liked:\n \nFor motherboard this seems quite nice:\n[url]http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813153056R[/url]\nI know it says Open Box so I doubt I get a warrenty and does that mean somone returned it because they didn't need it or its broken? I don't know if they test it. I was just thinking it has the extra ram slots in case I ever make the move to Vista or the Windows 7 in the future with this machiene\nAlso on another note I know this board says its Crossfire ready. Does this mean I have to buy two PCI-Express graphics card?\n \nRam:\n[url]http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820146526[/url]\n \nPower Supply:\n[U][COLOR=#22229c][url]http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817171038[/url][/COLOR][/U]\n \nHard drive:\n[url]http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822148262[/url]\n \nAs far as the graphics card I really don't have any idea. I know the board I picked out is Crossfire ready but for my 0 budget I don't know if I can get two good graphics card. Also I really don't know much about getting heatsinks and collers for the processor.