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i would personally go with something like this,



Hope you like

edit: i know the psu is overkill but why not, power will always be there if needed.
I don't understand, how is that £1800? Mine was only £1300... and almost the same spec. And my graphics card alone was £455, yeah I know it's expensive for what you get, but just wait until more Nvidia dx11 programmed games come out !

I don't think that motherboard is entirely worth the cash either... since you have to change every time a new processor comes out with intel, just get something similar to the Sabertooth! AND, I have the 2600k... Hmmm. Really pricey that build for what it is.
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How many threads can his compliers handle? How much ram do they need, worst case scenario? Does he complie multiple things at once? Does he rely on virtualization to test things?

Some basic questions need to be answered before competent recommendations can be made.

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Don't buy individual memory modules if it can be avoided. You want to get a kit that are pre-matched from the factory.
There is no difference between a "kit" and individual modules of the same type.

I only recommend "kits" because they tend to be less expensive for the same amount of memory.

If price is equal, separate modules are better, as if something goes wrong with one, you can return just one.
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I don't understand, how is that £1800? Mine was only £1300... and almost the same spec. And my graphics card alone was £455, yeah I know it's expensive for what you get, but just wait until more Nvidia dx11 programmed games come out !

I don't think that motherboard is entirely worth the cash either... since you have to change every time a new processor comes out with intel, just get something similar to the Sabertooth! AND, I have the 2600k... Hmmm. Really pricey that build for what it is.
Was looking for something similar to the sabertooth but they did not have it on ebuyer. 2600k is only couple hundred mhz more, hardly noticeable considering they probably overclock the same. I was only showing what he could get with a similar priced build to what he had posted, you guys obviously like to get antsy over very little.
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I am new here but I came across this and thought it would be a good read for some.
*Seeing as how so many people say dual ram is wrong check it out you might be as surprised as I was.

http://www.overclock.net/intel-memor...mory-both.html
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How many monitors would he be requiring?
Wouldn't a 6970 do the job well enough?

In your main list, I'd rid the CoolerMaster PSU, and get a good 750/850 Corsair HX/AX, they've got excellent Warranty period's. Otherwise SilverStone Strider, XFX Black Edition, Antec TPN or Seasonic X-series <-if you have the money for the quality.
Maybe a larger 120GB/250GB SSD, I don't see the need for the Raptor, other than for off-main HDD programs which he'd want to access.
Wouldn't investing the money in a larger SSD and having a 2TB (or 2X) Storage run into a couple of partitions be better?

Ultimately, exactly what he intends to do with his computer would benefit.
Being a Programmer with a multi-monitor setup, is that all he'll want this computer for, or will he be using it for an all-round computer, needing to fulfill gaming requirements also?
 
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WOW! So many posts!
I've been discussing things with him in the time between the original posting of this thread and this reply. He says money really isn't a problem, he'll be running 2 monitors at most, though he said he does want a Six-core (no reason provided).

Sorry if this is a noob-ish question, but what do you mean when you said I "have to use triple-channel memory"?

If you want some more details, he'll be doing a lot of graphic work, running several Environment- and object-editors that came with his C++ engine, along with atleast 2 game windows (and the game is heavy on the graphics card) for testing.
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WOW! So many posts!
I've been discussing things with him in the time between the original posting of this thread and this reply. He says money really isn't a problem, he'll be running 2 monitors at most, though he said he does want a Six-core (no reason provided).

Sorry if this is a noob-ish question, but what do you mean when you said I "have to use triple-channel memory"?

If you want some more details, he'll be doing a lot of graphic work, running several Environment- and object-editors that came with his C++ engine, along with atleast 2 game windows (and the game is heavy on the graphics card) for testing.
With the X58 platform (the one with the 980X) it uses triple channel memory. It is a concept that was supposed to be better than dual channel memory but it pretty much flopped and that's why sandy bridge is back to dual channel. On most platform you'll see four slots with two being one color and two being another color. With the X58 platform you will see three of one color and three of another. The platform was designed to run with three of those slots (all the same color) filled at the same time. Whether it be 3x1gb or the much more common 3x2gb. That way the memory will be running in triple channel as opposed to single channel which is slower (not sure if it will run full dual channel or not) but like i said that platform was designed to run with three sticks of ram.
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If money is really no object I wouldn't even build it. If I were him I would pick up one of the over-priced Digital Storm TEC Liquid Cooled "Sub Zero" rigs. It's a decked out Obsidian 800D with sub zero TEC liquid cooling. It's probably really high maintenance but it's f***ing amazing.

Why even bother having your friend build a mid to high end rig when he's a self-proclaimed noob? Why not pay money to get a serious machine put together by professionals. That's what money is for after all.

I would get the most high-end model they make:

http://www.digitalstormonline.com/co....asp?id=480729

Oh and while I'm at it, I would also get it customized to include a SSD array, and a dual gpu loop of the sub zero TEC cooled liquid.

Because I would not even dream of messing with TEC coolers and all of that nightmarish stuff...
Edited by MrBox - 6/8/11 at 6:16pm
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If money is really no object I wouldn't even build it. If I were him I would pick up one of the over-priced Digital Storm TEC Liquid Cooled "Sub Zero" rigs. It's a decked out Obsidian 800D with sub zero TEC liquid cooling. It's probably really high maintenance but it's f***ing amazing.

Why even bother having your friend build a mid to high end rig when he's a self-proclaimed noob? Why not pay money to get a serious machine put together by professionals. That's what money is for after all.

I would get the most high-end model they make:

http://www.digitalstormonline.com/co....asp?id=480729

Oh and while I'm at it, I would also get it customized to include a SSD array, and a dual gpu loop of the sub zero TEC cooled liquid.

Because I would not even dream of messing with TEC coolers and all of that nightmarish stuff...
He more than likely wants stability, and realistic simplicity, with low maintenance. Not some power horse that he has to worry about blowing up or overheating or bsoding because of an extreme overclock...
    
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He more than likely wants stability, and realistic simplicity, with low maintenance. Not some power horse that he has to worry about blowing up or overheating or bsoding because of an extreme overclock...
LOL, my post was more or less a joke. Regardless, I don't think he would get overheating problems with a TEC powered sub zero cooler unless it broke down completely.

In all seriousness though if I were him I would buy a high end pre built system from a company like Digital Storm. Not necessarily a $7000 sub zero monster, but something that is put together well, looks good, tested and burned in by professionals.

My point is: why get your noob friend to build you a serious work machine if you have the cash? It seems a bit strange to me. The guy is going to build him a 980x based machine with a R3E board, and he doesn't know what triple channel memory is. I just am saying it's probably not the best idea. Spend that extra money and have a custom builder do it or something...
Edited by MrBox - 6/8/11 at 7:01pm
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