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post #11 of 14
solid build but the only thing i would change is the GPU's to either a single gtx 580 ($420 +/-) or crossfire HD 6870's ($420+/-), both of those options are your best bang per buck at that price range.
    
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Ryzen 1600 MSI b350 tomahawk MSI Gaming X 1070 8GB G.SKILL Flare X 16Gb (2x8) 
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Barracuda 1TB Sata 6 OCZ Vertex 3 120Gb Samsung Model SH-222AB Nzxt Kraken X61 
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Windows 10 Pro Asus VG248QE Logitech G710+ Antec TruePower New Blue 750W 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Ryzen 1600 MSI b350 tomahawk MSI Gaming X 1070 8GB G.SKILL Flare X 16Gb (2x8) 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Barracuda 1TB Sata 6 OCZ Vertex 3 120Gb Samsung Model SH-222AB Nzxt Kraken X61 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 10 Pro Asus VG248QE Logitech G710+ Antec TruePower New Blue 750W 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Cooler Master Master case pro 5 G502 Proteus core roccat taito Logitech G430 
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post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by ayyini View Post
What is the machine for? If it's just gaming, the i5-2500k and 4GB RAM is plenty. If you do video editing/rendering/CAD/etc., then you want an i7-2600k and 8GB RAM. If you need high professional performance, more RAM might be worth it depending on usage and budget. But it isn't likely.

What's your budget? Do you just need these components? You addressed the lack of HDDs, but I also noticed there's no power supply.

Also, I'd go for a GTX 580 instead of 2x560s. Yeah, the 2x560 will be a slightly better for now, but a single 580 leaves lots of upgrade room.
going to be playing bf3 with this comp. i already have a 1000 or 1200 watt power supply.

this gtx 580?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-590-_-Product
post #13 of 14
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Is there a OEM or System Builder's version of Ultimate? I mean Windows 7 that expensive, I would rather go for HP for $100. Unless you want XP mode which you can get from Professional for $139.

As for the case, I'd rather spend that extra ~20 for a HAF X. It's so sexy/
im getting this case instead of the haf x, because my build is blue and the haf x fans are red and this case has blue fans.

im getting that windows 7 program because i can put it on multiple computers. ie (my dads and mine) and probably my dads next build
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IMO, its the one component that you will spend your money on where you will get satisfaction from it on a daily basis. Everything just works so much faster and its a pleasure to use the computer. You may or may not feel that way, but I think most with an SSD do feel that way.
what kind of SSD should i get?
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