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  • 75% (9)
    BUY EEEEEEEEEEET!
  • 25% (3)
    NO! WAIT! (say why)
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post #1 of 50
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After asking around lots of times, here is the final parts list for my SB build. Please tell me what you think!

http://www.pccomponentes.com/presupu...daptador_red=0

I've heard lots of bad things about the Corsair GS series true/false?

Thanks in advance
Edited by Butter on Toast - 5/22/11 at 8:14am
    
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post #2 of 50
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Originally Posted by Butter on Toast View Post
After asking around lots of times, here is the final parts list for my SB build. Please tell me what you think!
http://www.pccomponentes.com/presupu...daptador_red=0

PS... About the PSU: I can also choose the TX850 V2, but I read on Hardware Secrets that this PSU can pull up to 900W at 45ºc.... So I stuck to this.

I've heard lots of bad things about the Corsair GS series true/false?

I can also choose the Silverstone Strider ST70f Essential

Thanks in advance

looks good but if was me I will change the Hard drive get a Samsung F3 or ssd
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post #3 of 50
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Originally Posted by skyn3t View Post
looks good but if was me I will change the Hard drive get a Samsung F3 or ssd
The reason why I'm not doing that is because I'm going to reuse drives from my old machine which are fairly new

changed psu to tx850 v2

Also will this 480 run cool and not give me problems? I suppose not, right? I've read some pretty weird things about other 480s..... But more than a 480 kills my budget :S

About to buy :S Need more feedaback pls

Bump! Might even buy this today! Need to know :S
    
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post #4 of 50
Looks like a good setup. Go for it.
post #5 of 50
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Looks like a good setup. Go for it.
Merci
    
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post #6 of 50
Get the P8P67 Pro instead of the Sabertooth to save $, and then get a cooler graphics card.

Why are you choosing the H70 when you have the HAF- X? Usually the only reason for an H70 is because of space. Unless you plan on water cooling the HAF-X is a little big.. You could go for the 932 or even the 922 to save more $.
If you insist on getting a closed loop cooler than I would get the better performing Antec Kuhlers. If you want the best air coolers than look into the Silver Arrow or Noctua D14

I assume you want to SLI 480's in the future (this may be a bad idea on air cooling), otherwise the 850w is overkill if you don't plan on SLIing
Edited by Omega329 - 5/22/11 at 9:45am
    
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post #7 of 50
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Originally Posted by Omega329 View Post
Get the P8P67 Pro instead of the Sabertooth to save $, and then get a cooler graphics card.

Why are you choosing the H70 when you have the HAF- X? Usually the only reason for an H70 is because of space. Unless you plan on water cooling the HAF-X is a little big.. You could go for the 932 or even the 922 to save more $.
If you insist on getting a closed loop cooler than I would get the better performing Antec Kuhlers. If you want the best air coolers than look into the Silver Arrow or Noctua D14

I assume you want to SLI 480's in the future (this may be a bad idea on air cooling), otherwise the 850w is overkill if you don't plan on SLIing
· Like the Sabertooth because I need this build for 5 years.
· H70 so the CPU stays cool, and the Noctus is so big it will probably hit my RAM or something like that.
· HAF-X to cool the 480
· What wattage do you reccomend?
· No SLI, I don't want a BBQ for a PC
    
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post #8 of 50
I voted no wait for two reasons.

Get the samsung spinpoint f3 drive. Also i would go for the gigabyte gtx 480 SOC with windforce cooler, It only costs a little more and the performance is par with a gtx 580. A good 650w or 700w will be more than enough
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post #9 of 50
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Originally Posted by Chewy View Post
I voted no wait for two reasons.

Get the samsung spinpoint f3 drive. Also i would go for the gigabyte gtx 480 SOC with windforce cooler, It only costs a little more and the performance is par with a gtx 580. A good 650w or 700w will be more than enough
Can't afford :S Will get later, plus I can reuse current 1tb sotrage
They don't sell the SOC. That card is the same as the SOC just without the overclock. What do you think about the HX650? I just like 850 because of the future
    
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WHat are your main uses for the rig?
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