My New Desktop with AMD Phenom II X4 945 Processor – Complete Configuration

Few days ago I had shared my plan of purchasing a new desktop for official purposes. Yesterday I executed that plan and finally purchased an Assembled Desktop with a powerful configuration. I am a big fan of AMD processors, and the reason why every system in my office and home is AMD based. As I promised you to share the complete configuration of my new system, here is the list of items and their details which are assembled in my new system.

AOC 18.5 Inch Monitor AMD Phenom II X4 945 Processor

Complete Configuration of my New Desktop

Parts and Items

Brand or Other Details

Processor

AMD Phonom II X4 945 Processor 3.00 GHz

Motherboard

ASUS M4A78-EM/1394

  •          Supports up to 16 GB System Memory

  •          Integrated ATI Radeon HD 3200 GPU

  •          Supports HDMI up to 1080P

  •          Supports DVI-D

  •          Dual VGA Output Support

  •          Audio – Realtek ALC887

  •          Supports up to 12 USB

Hard Disk

500 GB e-SATA Seagate

Memory (RAM)

4 GB DDR2 Kingston

Keyboard + Mouse

Microsoft

Monitor

18.5 Inch AOC LED Monitor

·         ==> AOC is the manufacturer for DELL, HCL, Philips Monitors, Now they are selling own brand

DVD R/W

LG Black

Operating System

Windows 7 Home Premium (32 bit)

·         ==> Planning to upgrade to 64 bit

 

In this configuration, I tried to get a powerful motherboard which should have expansion facilities like memory expansion for at least 8 GB and then much support for USB slots. Then my focus was on processor and that’s why I picked AMD Phenom II X4 which is equivalent to i5 processors from Intel.

Today I installed some urgent software on that system. Yesterday, I also purchased a Wireless router from Linksys. Specifically Linksys WRH54GH. Currently I am having one Windows XP Desktop, one Window Vista Laptop, one Ubuntu Desktop and one Windows 7 desktop. To share the internet connection on each of them and use the laptop from different places, I installed wireless router. I will share my experiences and learning from the installation and configuration of wireless router for these different operating systems.

Share your thoughts on my latest desktop purchase. FYI, I paid Rs. 28,400/- (INR) i.e. $620 (approximately) for this configuration.

Sanjeev Mishra is a professional blogger and an Internet Marketing Consultant based in India. He has built the Internet Techies to provide you updates in technology and web application area.

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