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Hi Folks smile.gif

so, I'm making the switch to intel, but I don't even quite know where to begin looking as far as Mobos and GPUs are concerned. I've always been an AMD guy, and now I need to change my loyalty to intel... thanks to my new job.

My restrictions on this build are a $1500 dollar budget.
I'm getting an Intel 160GB SSD & a i7 2600k so subtract $~400 from the budget..

I have a Corsair H50 Right now, I may get another one for this build, open to suggestions.

I'm running an eyefinity setup with 3 22" monitors and I would like the nvidia equivalent. (Surround?)

so within $1100 please suggest Mobo, GPU(s), I'm open to/preffer SLI configurations probably would want a board with x16/x16 PCIe config (I don't care for the 8x/8x debate. I've heard it before) RAM (Never going to buy OCZ ever again), case, and I'm thinking of getting a blu-ray drive...as useful as optical media is these days amirite?

anyways. I look forward to your suggestions folks!

Thanks
-Py.
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Originally Posted by tehpyrate View Post
Hi Folks

so, I'm making the switch to intel, but I don't even quite know where to begin looking as far as Mobos and GPUs are concerned. I've always been an AMD guy, and now I need to change my loyalty to intel... thanks to my new job.

My restrictions on this build are a $1500 dollar budget.
I'm getting an Intel 160GB SSD & a i7 2600k so subtract $~400 from the budget..

I have a Corsair H50 Right now, I may get another one for this build, open to suggestions.

I'm running an eyefinity setup with 3 22" monitors and I would like the nvidia equivalent. (Surround?)

so within $1100 please suggest Mobo, GPU(s), I'm open to/preffer SLI configurations probably would want a board with x16/x16 PCIe config (I don't care for the 8x/8x debate. I've heard it before) RAM (Never going to buy OCZ ever again), case, and I'm thinking of getting a blu-ray drive...as useful as optical media is these days amirite?

anyways. I look forward to your suggestions folks!

Thanks
-Py.
Hi there,

Ok so your gona need a p67 motherboard or a z68 either chipset does not really matter.

I recommend the asus p8p67 pro, or the gigabyte p67a ud5 or the best features for the price would have to go to the asrock extreme 6 board , Its more of a matter of personal preference. They all overclock like hell.

If your more of a gamer you do not want the 2600k. The only benefit the 2600k has over the 2500k is using it for things like video encoding and multi tasking, Even then it really is not much quicker and for the extra price i think it may not be worth it for you. Get the 2500k as it perfroms the same in games and overclocks the same as the 2600k but costs alot less which you can put towards your gpu's

For a good crossfire setup i think 2x 6950's would be your best bet for your budget.

Ram would have to be g-skill ripjaws x, Or Mushkin redline's

A high end aircooler would perform better than your H50 so i would consider getting one like the zalman nps 9900 max or noctua nh-d14, Venomous x, etc etc

Hope this helps
Edited by Chewy - 6/16/11 at 12:04pm
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x16/x16 SLI board? There are only two boards atm that do that for SB. Asus P67 WS Revolution and Gigabyte P67 UD7 board and they are not cheap at all. Kind of eats into your budget heavily.

And what's wrong with your dual 5850 setup? If you want to switch to Nvidia, it's preferable to go with dual GTX 570's. However, due to budget...it's looking more like dual 560 Ti's.

CASE: NZXT Phantom

MOBO+RAM Combo: ASUS P8P67 WS REVOLUTION + CORSAIR Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600

GPUs (x2): EVGA SuperClocked GTX 560 Ti ...or...MSI N560GTX-TI Twin Frozr II/OC

BD: ASUS internal BW-12B1ST

That's under $1100 before ship/tax.

I presume you're still ok with the PSU?
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I second the g-skill ripjaw and 560 Ti recommendations for sure. The 560Ti is a great budget card, but if you're looking to use that for multiple monitors you may need to increase your budget. From what I have heard 560 Ti SLI won't handle multiple monitors very well. G-skill ripjaw I found by looking for the lowest priced DDR3 ram on new egg and have seen it recommended on here many times, even been recommended to me for a future rig, and if OCN-ers recommend it, it's gotta perform well. Case wise - may want to browser for something you like a little cheaper than the Phantom, but since Tig Ol Bitties got it into a build in your budget I don't see why you can't keep it.

The 2500k vs. 2600k performance isn't really worth the cost you have to pay for it, there have been tests and reviews done where the 2500k will even beat the 2600k in some games. Of course it wasn't the most often occurring event on the review/tests, but it did happen. I say definitely go with 2500k.
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I second the g-skill ripjaw and 560 Ti recommendations for sure. The 560Ti is a great budget card, but if you're looking to use that for multiple monitors you may need to increase your budget. From what I have heard 560 Ti SLI won't handle multiple monitors very well. G-skill ripjaw I found by looking for the lowest priced DDR3 ram on new egg and have seen it recommended on here many times, even been recommended to me for a future rig, and if OCN-ers recommend it, it's gotta perform well. Case wise - may want to browser for something you like a little cheaper than the Phantom, but since Tig Ol Bitties got it into a build in your budget I don't see why you can't keep it.

The 2500k vs. 2600k performance isn't really worth the cost you have to pay for it, there have been tests and reviews done where the 2500k will even beat the 2600k in some games. Of course it wasn't the most often occurring event on the review/tests, but it did happen. I say definitely go with 2500k.

I'm buying my 2600k and SSD through my EPP so money isn't an issue as I get almost a 50% discount for both, I'll probably get a z68 mobo as well I wasn't too sure as to what OEM i'd wanna go with though ... I have 2 5850s right now, but as I am giving away my old computer I will be giving those away. So I'm guessing nVidia isn't great for multi-monitor setups?
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It's not that Nvidia isn't great for multi-monitor set ups, it's just the 560Ti isn't. That card is great when your on a budget, but SLI two 580's and it's much better, or if you can afford a single 590, a 590 would be better, or if your patient, the new kepler cards are going to be released sometime soon. From what I have heard, Q3 or Q4 of this year I believe. Kepler cards are the new 6xx series cards I believe.
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Two 480s would be a little cheaper and would be equal to a pair of 570s. What we're judging them on is really the amount of video ram they have. if you can find two nvidia cards with 1.5gb of ram+ for a good price then you ought to be great in surround. If the monitors are included in your remaining budget then heh, i see it going over quite easily. however i wouldnt say impossible. Plus why not be content with 8x/8x pcie?
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The monitors aren't included, I already have them..

I'm almost tempted to stay with AMD :| and pick up a couple GPUs with a larger vRam.

my issue is right now that I'm using 2 5850s in crossfire, but they only have 1GB vRAM each, so there's stutter in games if I turn too fast, and I can't necessarily play all games at max. so I'm thinking a couple of 6950s w/ atleast 2GB RAM... I read rumors that there was supposed to be one with 4GB..
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The 6950's I believe are Radeon's competitor for the 560Ti, but they would probably be better for you and eyefinity because they do have a 2GB version of that card (no 4GB on newegg) where as the 560Ti I believe only goes to 1GB. Another option, instead of picking up two 6950's, you could pick up one 6970 and use that in TriFire with your two 6950's, unless your making a whole new rig seperate from what you have now. If you are creating an entirely seperate rig and not just upgrading the one you have now to an intel processor and SSD, then I'm thinking the two 6950's will be your best bet for eyefinity seeing as the best bet with nVidia would probably be either one 3GB GTX580 or two of them and that would eat all of your budget left.

EDIT: There is a 2GB GTX560Ti actually. A little higher in price than two 6950's, but I do think they have a little better performance. If you wanna double check that simply google 560Ti vs. 6950. EVGA also has a 2GB GTX560Ti.
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I'm building a whole new rig. I haven't ordered any of the parts yet. I'm getting all intel stuff through my employee purchase program as I get a 50% discount on it. I haven't decided on the SSD yet, just a package deal so far for an SSD and 2600k at around 400. Everything else I will buy off newegg

I'll check out the 6950 vs 560Ti
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