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jrm
May 7th, 2008, 07:40 AM
Since i know next to zero about computers ... could someone tell if this are good values for my new computer:

Motherboard:
Gigabyte GA-945P-S3 PCIe, Socket 775, Intel 945P+ ICH7 chipset, 1066/800/533MHz FSB, Dual Channel 4xDDR II 667/533/400 DIMM, 1xPCIe x 16,3xPCIe x1, 3xPCI, 4 x Serial ATA II, 1 x ATA,6 x USB, Gigabit LAN,8 Channel Audio, ATX
Processor:
Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor E4600, 2,4GHz/2MB/800MHz/LGA775 BOX
Memory:
RAM DDR2 3GB 667 MHz 240pin
Harddrive:
Disk SATA-II 500 GB 7200rpm 16MB
Graphical Card:
VGA PCI-e Gigabyte GeForce 8600 GT, 512MB, DDR2, DirectX 10,
Optical unit:
DVD RW*20 LG GSA-H55LRBB SuperMulti(+/-)Bulk
Čitalec Kartic:
8 and1 USB 2.0 Black, Reading and writting: CompactFlash I/II, MicroDrive, SecureDigital, MultiMediaCard, MemoryStick and SmartMedia
Wireless PCI card:
Wlan PCI card 11G, 54 Mbps

My old PC values (from System folder)
PENTIUM (R) 4CPU 1.70GHz, 1,70GHz, I,00GB RAM

What i need is something to make my PC run faster (more memory i pressume) ..