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Default My Plans - 07-29-2013, 04:33 AM

Core: Intel 1155pin i7-3770k ($370)
Motherboard: MSI Z87-G65 Gaming ($259)
HDD: SanDisk SSD Extreme SATA3 ((120gb)$112)
RAM: I had some trouble with RAM, I knew I wanted an 8G kit, but I don't know the difference between an "8G Kit 1600" an "8G Kit 2133" and an "8G Kit 2400"
Was planning on getting the 8G Kit 1600 Kingston Hyper X ($80)
Graphics Card: 2G GTX 660 Ti Asus TI-DC2O-2G ($320)
Power Supply: Corsair GS800-V2 ($125)
Case: Corsair Carbide CC500R (black or white, not too sure :s) ($150)
A new keyboard of course; Logitech G105 http://gaming.logite...gaming-keyboard ($70-80)
or TTeSports Challenger Pro http://www.ttesports....aspx?p=3&g=ftr ($70)
Not sure which keyboard I want, would love to hear your input on that.
Mouse Pad: Going to snag a Razer Goliath (Control) (Medium one) ($16)
Current Mouse: Razer Death Adder (so comfy )
Headset: ThermalTake TTeSports Black Shock One ($90)
Monitor: 24" Asus VS248H ($185)
Current total: $1852
Fuck that's a lot of money, currently in the process so I reckon I'm aiming to have this by the end of the year.
So yeah would love some tips on what to change, etc.

@IRant you seem the most knowledgeable on this so would love to hear your opinion on it.
oh and @Gir seems to know what he's talking about, so your opinion would be great.


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Default 07-29-2013, 04:45 AM

2 things, it's my opinion.

1) i7 cores are overrated/overpriced
2) Don't get one 8gb ram, get the 2 packs like 2x4gb or 2x8gb


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Default 07-29-2013, 04:48 AM

For the motherboard, do you mean the Z87-GD6S? If you did, a 1600 frequency RAM kit will suffice quite nicely.

I do see a couple problems though -- The processor you chose will not fit the motherboard. the i7-3770k is a 1155 socket, where-as the motherboard supports only a 1150 socket (the new haswell processors are 1150 socketed)

What is the general idea of this build? Will you be doing any autocad, designing, rendering, etc with graphics/videos? If your answer is YES, then go ahead and buy the i7-4770k (the newest haswell i7 processor by Intel.) Otherwise, the i5-4670k will be just fine, and you'll save some money doing so.

I would also suggest buying a slave drive. Basically, what a slave drive is, is it's a drive strictly for storage. It won't host the operating system (the SSD that you have will) and other important applications (games, applications, etc).

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Edit: Here are some links to help you. The i5-4670k
i7-4770k
The 8GB RAM kit that I suggest for your system

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2 things, it's my opinion.

1) i7 cores are overrated/overpriced
2) Don't get one 8gb ram, get the 2 packs like 2x4gb or 2x8gb
He was just asking what frequency of RAM he should get. I don't recall him saying anything about buying a 1x8GB kit of ram.




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Default 07-29-2013, 05:04 AM

the 660 ti isnt 300+ try going for a 760 it is better then the 660 ti and its cheaper
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130934


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Default 07-29-2013, 06:46 AM

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2 things, it's my opinion.

1) i7 cores are overrated/overpriced
2) Don't get one 8gb ram, get the 2 packs like 2x4gb or 2x8gb
What he said.

I'd also advice you to spend more money on your monitor.
You're spending a load amount of cash to make a decent computer and you'll put it into a shitscreen (compared to the pc parts)


Do what ArminVanBuuren says and use the left over cash for a good monitor. Take a 2560x1440 (I believe) with 120Hz, 1MS (gray to gray) and use HDMI


Why buy a good graphicscard and not use it?


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Default 07-29-2013, 07:36 AM

hdd: that's not a lot of space, look into samsung ssd's if you want a ssd, ssd's are great for loading, opening/reading files fast since there is no disk so rpm has nothing to do with anything anymore with ssd's compared to normal hard drives
graphics card: those expensive ones won't make too much of a difference, you can get a perfectly good one for 100, like an hd radeon 6570, this one: http://www.diytrade.com/china/pd/100...2560x1600.html that's the one britt has i think, got from computer shop for 150 :\
power supply: most computers won't really need more than a 250w, i think mine has a 750w and britt has a 900w, we could downgrade both to a 500w and work just fine
mouse pad: who uses mouse pads?


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Default 07-29-2013, 10:00 AM

Go with GTX 760 it's cheaper and better.Also the PSU is total overkill,something like 500-600 would do just fine.
  
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Default 07-29-2013, 04:55 PM

I live in Australia so parts are a bit more expensive/prices fluctuate more.

Someone from another forums gave me some advice to do with monitors and shit saying that it'd be better and apparently cheaper to get a 770 or something.

Could you give me an example of what a 770 graphics card is, the only few I found on a part list for a shop i'm planning to get my shit from are these ones:
2G GTX 770 MSI / Gigabyte OC / Asus Prices for them are: 495 /478 /499 So they're pretty expensive and not too sure if I want to spend that much on a graphics card :-s
@IRant

I've revised my build a bit taking both forums opinions into account and this is what it looks like so far minus the graphics card. because i'm still not too sure what to get.

Revised build;

Core: Intel i5-3570K ($258)

Motherboard: MSI Z77A-GD65 ($155)

HDD: Intel 525 Series mSATA3 120G ($180)

RAM: 8G Kit 1600 Kingston Hyper X ($80)

Graphics Card: Need Link/ Examples ~~~

Power Supply: Corsair GS800-V2 ($125)

Case: Corsair Carbide CC500R (black or white, not too sure :s) ($150)

Headset: ThermalTake TTeSports Black Shock One ($90)

Monitor: Throwing up between;

5ms IPS LG 24EA53V-P ($209)
http://www.lg.com/us...V-P-led-monitor

27” 1ms Philips 273E3LHSB ($277)
http://www.philips.c...3e3lhsb_75/prd/

Keyboard: $75

Revised total: $1363 +Graphics Card Needed.


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Default 07-29-2013, 05:08 PM

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I live in Australia so parts are a bit more expensive/prices fluctuate more.

Someone from another forums gave me some advice to do with monitors and shit saying that it'd be better and apparently cheaper to get a 770 or something.

Could you give me an example of what a 770 graphics card is, the only few I found on a part list for a shop i'm planning to get my shit from are these ones:
2G GTX 770 MSI / Gigabyte OC / Asus Prices for them are: 495 /478 /499 So they're pretty expensive and not too sure if I want to spend that much on a graphics card :-s
@IRant

I've revised my build a bit taking both forums opinions into account and this is what it looks like so far minus the graphics card. because i'm still not too sure what to get.

Revised build;

Core: Intel i5-3570K ($258)

Motherboard: MSI Z77A-GD65 ($155)

HDD: Intel 525 Series mSATA3 120G ($180)

RAM: 8G Kit 1600 Kingston Hyper X ($80)

Graphics Card: Need Link/ Examples ~~~

Power Supply: Corsair GS800-V2 ($125)

Case: Corsair Carbide CC500R (black or white, not too sure :s) ($150)

Headset: ThermalTake TTeSports Black Shock One ($90)

Monitor: Throwing up between;

5ms IPS LG 24EA53V-P ($209)
http://www.lg.com/us...V-P-led-monitor

27 1ms Philips 273E3LHSB ($277)
http://www.philips.c...3e3lhsb_75/prd/

Keyboard: $75

Revised total: $1363 +Graphics Card Needed.
Where are you buying from? You could be a 7950 which would also provide great framerates



  
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