Asus Desktop PC
The EeeBox PC EB1030 packs impressive features into a compact package. Immersive, full HD multimedia is supported with the EeeBox PC’s latest Intel platform and HDMI output. Users can easily conserve desktop real estate with the net top PC’s paperback novel size and the VESA 75/100 mount feature, which supports easy conversion into an all-in-one PC by mounting on to the back of a monitor.
- Intel Atom Processor 1.8 GHz
- 2GB DDR3
- 32 GB SSD Hard Drive
- 802.11n (2.4 Ghz)
- Ubuntu 12.04
- Chipset: Intel NM10
- Hard Drive: 32GB Solid State Drive
- Interface: 4x USB 2.0 Ports (front), 1x VGA Port, 1x HDMI Port, 1x Serial Port, 1x RJ45 LAN Port, 1x Wi-Fi Antenna Port, 1x Microphone, 1x Audio Jack
- LAN: Integrated Gigabit Ethernet; 802.11b/g/n Wireless LAN
- Memory: 2GB DDR3-1066 DIMM Memory, Max Capacity of 4GB
- Operating System: Linux (Ubuntu 12.04)
- Processor: Intel Atom D2700 Processor (2.13GHz, Dual-Core)
Building a desktop pc?
Is it hard to build a computer? Also I have choosen some parts that I would like to use are they all compatable?
CPU:intel core i5 2500k 3.3GHz quad core
Cooling system:Antec KUHLER Flow cooler
Motherboard:ASRock Fatal1ty P67 Performance ATX LGA1155 Motherboard
Memory:G.Skillls RipJaws series 16GB (4x4GB) DDR-1600 memory
HardDrive: Western Digital Scorpio Blue 750GB 2.5″5400RPM internal hard drive
Video card: Asus Geforce GTX560 1gb video card
Optical drive: Asus BC-12BST/BLK/AS Blu-Ray Reader, DVD/CD Writer
Operating system:Microsoft windows 7 home premium sp1 64bit
case: Antec eleven hundred atx full tower case
Power supply:antec 850w cpx power supply
Ps this is going to be a gaming desktop and it costs $ 1080 to build please experts only and please give feedback but most of please tell me if it is compatiable.
Asus Desktop PC best answer:
Answer by Mark N
It is compatible, but do a little changing… Cut back on the ram to 8Gb kit of 2sticks of 4Gb, then use the extra money to get a Western Digital 6.0Gb/sec 64mb cache hard drive… You will live much better that way… My WD 1Tb boots up in 20 seconds to desktop, from a cold start… You can cut back to the Antec 550Watt PSU for some additional savings, and maybe get a 560GTX Ti card, and forget about SLI, because the 560GTX doesn’t scale well in games… A Ti card would step up the performance alot…
Go with a AsRock z77 motherboard… If you read reviews, the longer the AsRock boards are out, the worse the quality control seems to be on the boards. THe P67 boards are about 2 years old now, so they are getting old in the tooth…
or if you need SLI
The thing is, 8Gb with a 64mb cache motherboard is going to run much faster than the scorpio hard drive with 16Gb of ram…