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Case: http://www.mountainmods.com/ascensio...top-p-462.html $440
+XL-ATX motherboard tray: http://www.mountainmods.com/modular-...atx-p-533.html $70
CPU(x2): http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819117231 $2040
Motherboard:

$750
CPU Cooling(x2): http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835181015 $140
HDD(x2): http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16822136592 $220
Keyboard: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16823830001 $145
Mouse: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16826153055 $50
RAM: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231359 $320
Monitor(x3): http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-122-_-Product $675
Graphics card: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814127582 $370
Powersupply: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817139014 $280
Total: $5500 exactly
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Why are people recommending gaming-grade GPUs? 580 SLI? 590? 6990? Seriously?

Not all high-end computers were meant to have gaming GPUs. This build is specifically for video editing, in which case a workstation card (one of the Quadros I would assume) is the most beneficial.

In addition, after a certain point of money you spent, you're not going to see any increase in rendering performance. I would reserve 3k for the computer itself and 2.5k for everything else--high accuracy monitors, software, etc etc...
+1, gotta give it to this guy, he's right. Workstation graphics FTW.
    
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Case: FT-02 (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-161-_-Product) $250
CPU: i7-2600k (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-070-_-Product) $315
Mobo: Gigabyte P67 UD7 B3 (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...gigabyte%20ud7) $320
GPU: HD 6990 x4 for crossfire (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-395-_-Product) $2400
SSD: Vertex 3 240GB (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-707-_-Product) $550
HDD: Samsung F3 2TB x2 for raid0 (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16822152185) $130
RAM: Corsair Dominator GT 8GB Dual Channel (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-330-_-Product) $210
CPU cooler: Corsair H70 (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...=corsair%20h70) $100
PSU: Kingwin Lazer Gold 1000W (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-075-_-Product) $230
Mouse: Razer Mamba (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...=razer%20mamba) $130
Keyboard: Topre Realforce 103UB (http://elitekeyboards.com/products.p...&pid=rf_se02b0) $245
Monitor: Not sure how many you'd want... you can go crazy here =)

Total without the monitors: $4880

Anyways, I just went crazy here... I'm not even sure if you need this kind of power though.
Most programs don't even need the full power of a single 6990 card.
Went with H70 to save space for those 4 gpu + ram.
Also, I'm not sure how much power you need for 4x 6990 as well.... I'm assuming that 1000W can handle it, but I've no idea.

Edit 1: I honestly have no idea how to build a proper 3D rendering workstation PC. I only do gaming builds so I probably am a little off here and there.

Edit 2: Replace those GPU's with a single workstation GPU that's worth the similar budget. Something like this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-325-_-Product
Also, spend less on the ssd and go with sr-2 with dual cpu setup.
ummm...u cant use 4x 6990. Its dual GPU, u can only have 2.
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Dual Xeon board. Don't go with anything else.
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Before we rob a bunch of high-schoolers of their $5500 dollars, can we slow down to try and give them some actually meaningful advice? Some of the posters on this forum know what they're talking about, and many do not. If you are one that does not, don't post in a thread such as this! You just might waste someone else's money.

To answer the OP, $5500 is an enormous amount of money to be spending on a computer. I'm not saying you won't use it all, but know that the computer you will be building will be significantly more powerful than computers used by some professional graphic designers that I know.

Before we can actually help you spend your money, I think it is clear from the responses of people who actually know what they are talking about that we need more information on the programs that you are using. We have that you will most likely use Adobe (unless that was assumed by responders), and Maya. From the OP, you said you would also do video, what program are you using? If you give more information, people will be able to tailor hardware to your application. I think $5500 dollars warrants a little more research and information.

If you are indeed doing video editing, you will also need to explore audio options. A strong sound card and a good set of fairly neutral headphones are a must.

Ninja edit: From what I can tell, the OP and his/her friends don't seem to be very experienced with these sorts of rigs. Can we try to keep the advice user friendly? Just "SR-2, CUDA cards FTW" is not helpful to someone that wants to build a full rig from our advice.
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I don't know why people are recommending crazy setups, I would go with 2 GTX 580's for cuda. For example 2 GTX 460's using MediaEspresso with TrueTheater it converts a 3.9GB blueray to psp format in 37 minutes. I've converted a 700mb movie using my Core i7 2630qm laptop using QuickSync with TrueTheater on, it took 1 hour 20 minutes. I believe 2 GTX 580's (1056 cuda cores) would be faster than a 4.5Ghz Core i7 2600k
Edited by WannaBeOCer - 4/26/11 at 10:28pm
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You dont need Geforce for video editing. Get the Quadro. Well they, probably the good one, cost 5500$ alone.

Edit: wow what a waste of posts here. People suggesting Xeons should probably piss and die in it. I will stick with Intel and Nvidia.

Processor: My first choice would be i7-970. after that its 2600k.
GPU: as i said one that you can afford 'Quadro'.
Ram: at least 6gig recommended.
Storage: ssd's recommended but of course you need 1 3tB too.

After that its just nity grity. these are some main things. Adding a normal mouse and keyboard tops 150$ max. Good Monitor hmmm. keep 1000$ for it too. Most will prefer LCD's, i will prefer LFD's.

Edit: Guys get your head out of your bottoms. No ones gaming here. dont start suggesting them Deathadders and uber expensive keyboards :/.

Edit: Dont guide him towards a wet setup... please. He is not siting in his room.

Edit: and no need for raid this and raid that.
Edited by Gothiq - 4/26/11 at 11:17pm
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Before we rob a bunch of high-schoolers of their $5500 dollars, can we slow down to try and give them some actually meaningful advice? Some of the posters on this forum know what they're talking about, and many do not. If you are one that does not, don't post in a thread such as this! You just might waste someone else's money.

To answer the OP, $5500 is an enormous amount of money to be spending on a computer. I'm not saying you won't use it all, but know that the computer you will be building will be significantly more powerful than computers used by some professional graphic designers that I know.

Before we can actually help you spend your money, I think it is clear from the responses of people who actually know what they are talking about that we need more information on the programs that you are using. We have that you will most likely use Adobe (unless that was assumed by responders), and Maya. From the OP, you said you would also do video, what program are you using? If you give more information, people will be able to tailor hardware to your application. I think $5500 dollars warrants a little more research and information.

If you are indeed doing video editing, you will also need to explore audio options. A strong sound card and a good set of fairly neutral headphones are a must.

Ninja edit: From what I can tell, the OP and his/her friends don't seem to be very experienced with these sorts of rigs. Can we try to keep the advice user friendly? Just "SR-2, CUDA cards FTW" is not helpful to someone that wants to build a full rig from our advice.
I understand most of it, and what I don't understand I just google it up

Regarding which programs they are going to use, I believe Adobe CS4 was already mentioned, and Maya (as well as a couple more Autodesk programs because once I heard the name it came back into my head).

On 2 of the Mac's in the lab, there is almost always someone using Final Cut Pro but I didn't mention that because I don't think Windows supports it.

The only other program I know of is Sony Vegas. I will find out the rest tomorrow from some of the club members and post them here. I am sure there are more than just there because a massive amount of the club's funds usually go towards software.
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I don't know why people are recommending crazy setups, I would go with 2 GTX 580's for cuda. For example 2 GTX 460's using MediaEspresso with TrueTheater it converts a 3.9GB blueray to psp format in 37 minutes. I've converted a 700mb movie using my Core i7 2630qm laptop using QuickSync with TrueTheater on, it took 1 hour 20 minutes. I believe 2 GTX 580's (1056 cuda cores) would be faster than a 4.5Ghz Core i7 2600k
I converted 700 meg video on my sig rig, cpu only, in less than 30 min...
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