Thank you, sorry I messed up.
“The mighty Intel Celeron D processor, top-notch cooling fan, 512MB of fast DDR memory, a cool Mid Tower Case with a rockin’ 425-watt power supply. With its thrilling 533/800MHz Front Side Bus, formidable 8x AGP graphics slot, onboard 6-channel sound, Fast Ethernet LAN and more, MSI PM8M-V is among the most versatile motherboards on the market.”
I don’t know enough to tell if this would be good. We’re thinking of getting this setup, and putting in it a:
Pentium 4 2.8 Ghz
I want to get a new Gfx card, but for temp, a GeForce 5200 FX
Then we’ll take my Dell case, put the Celeron in it, with the stuff that comes with this tower, and then put in a Radeon 7200. Probably with 1 Gig of RAM. We need to know if that (being the computer mentioned in these last two sentences) would run Quickbooks Pro 2006.
Quickbooks System Reqs.:
At least 1 GHz Intel Pentium III (or equivalent)
256 MB of RAM for a single user, … [we’ll only have one user]
500 MHz Intel Pentium II (or equivalent)
128 MB of RAM for single user, …
Windows 2000/ XP
800 MB of Disk Space
…the rest, I know about already.
I know we’d need a new HD, but I could probably rip one out of our old Dell. If not, we’ll buy.
If that needs clarification, just tell me what I need to explain.