Have I forgotten anything?

Discussion in 'DIY Computers' started by Charlie.T.P, Dec 2, 2003.

  1. Charlie.T.P

    Charlie.T.P Guest

    I'm waiting for Mr. Delivery man from Ebuyer on Friday to deliver the

    1x Athlon XP 2600+ Barton Retail (including heatsink and fan)
    2x 256mb Kingston PC2700 non eec
    1x 120gb Seagate Baracouda 8mb Cache
    1x MSI K7N2 Delta-L Nforce 2 motherboard
    1x JNC 5JA 60 Case
    1x Samsung CDRW/DVD Combo Drive
    2x High quality IDE ATA133 Cable
    1x High quality floppy disk cable
    1x Floppy disc drive
    1x cordless mouse and keyboard
    1x LG Electronics L1710B 17ins TFT monitor

    Plus I'm using an old Geforce 3 ti 500 graphics card, Zoom ADSL USB modem
    and 5.1 speakers I've already got.

    Is there anything obvious I've forgotten? On the PC Case review page
    http://tinyurl.com/xfet it says I need Motherboard riser fixings?? Where can
    I get these? (preferably a high street shop would be nice!)

    Cheers lads.
    Charlie.T.P, Dec 2, 2003
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  2. Can tell you one thing, that samsung cdrw/dvd combo is crap, very fussy with
    media and a lot of drivers disks won't be read in it. Just warning you.
    methylenedioxy, Dec 2, 2003
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  3. Charlie.T.P

    SimonG Ltd. Guest


    Do yourself a favour . . . buy a decent case . . . please . . . if you
    can't afford a decent one at least get something like an Inwin or Aopen one
    .. . . they are OK.

    regards, SimonG
    SimonG Ltd., Dec 2, 2003
  4. Charlie.T.P

    Charlie.T.P Guest

    JNC cases come with all necessary screws and motherboard mounts. I have
    Thanks for your help all, I've already ordered the goods a few days ago, so
    I should receive them on Friday according to the Order Status. No doubt I'll
    be back on here on Friday when I can't get the thing to start!
    Charlie.T.P, Dec 3, 2003
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